• Saeed Ajmal

    Ajmal eyes comeback amidst farewell rumours

    Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistani spinner who was suspended for an illegal bowling action in September 2015, refuses to quit international cricket in the wake of some farewell rumours that started doing the rounds following the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi's tweet.

  • Girls face broken dreams as Nepal fails to curb child marriage

    Child marriage is illegal in Nepal, yet the impoverished Himalayan nation has failed to put in place policies to curb the practice with almost 40 percent of girls married before the age of 18.

  • Barca, Real ordered to repay state aid

    The EU on Monday orders seven Spanish football clubs including Barcelona and Real Madrid to pay back millions of euros (dollars) in illegal state aid.

  • 4,931 acre railway land in grasp of grabbers

    Individuals, private, semi-government, autonomous, religious and educational institutions grab 4,391 acres of railway land, Rail Minister Mujibul Haque tells the parliament.

  • Doors shut on 160 doctors of key Dhaka hospital

    The Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) has not been allowing 160 doctors, recruited in 2005, to attend their offices since Wednesday.

  • Big B, Jackie in spotlight over Panama Papers

    Bollywood's Amitabh Bachchan and martial arts movie star Jackie Chan are among celebrities who feature Monday in a massive leak of documents, some of which reveal hidden offshore assets.

  • Govt requests EU to legalise illegal Bangladeshi expats

    The government requests a visiting European Union delegation to legalise Bangladeshi nationals, who are staying in different European countries after expiry of their valid documents.

  • Double blow

    Bangladesh's ICC World Twenty20 campaign received a setback yesterday as the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that they had found the bowling actions of both Arafat Sunny and Taskin Ahmed to be illegal.

  • No legal basis of caretaker govt verdict

    The Supreme Court Bar Association yesterday demanded restoration of the caretaker government system claiming the judgment, which scrapped the provision, was illegal and unconstitutional.

  • Arrest warrant against Tarique unlawful: BNP

    BNP criticises the authorities for issuing an arrest warrant against the party’s senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman and termed it illegal.

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