• HRW slams India on handling criticism

    The Indian authorities routinely use vaguely worded, overly broad laws as political tools to silence and harass critics, Human Rights Watch says in a new report.

  • Australia replicate subcontinent pitches

    Cricket Australia have created a turning track that accurately represents pitches in the subcontinent as they gear up for their upcoming series against Sri Lanka in July.

  • Army fitness camp benefitting Pak cricketers

    The Pakistan cricket team have been undergoing training at an army camp and cricketers Younis Khan and Sarfraz Ahmed have said that they are already reaping the rewards.

  • Kohli to sit out Zim tour

    India's leading batsman Virat Kohli has been rested from the limited-overs series against Zimbabwe, scheduled from June 11 to 20, along with Murali Vijay and Ashish Nehra.

  • Hasina won't join Mamata's oath-taking

    Dhaka has not yet made any decision about who will represent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's swearing-in ceremony on May 27.

  • Border Security Force (BSF)

    BSF kills Bangladeshi youth in Panchagarh

    A Bangladeshi youth is gunned down by the members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) at Sarialjot Kankata bordering area in Tentulia upazila.

  • Why is the Taj Mahal turning green?

    Its gleaming white marble walls have for years been yellowed by India’s air pollution and now the Taj Mahal faces a fresh threat — from green insect excrement.

  • Hasina Mamata

    Hasina invited for Mamata's swearing-in

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee invites Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to attend her second swearing-in programme in Kolkata scheduled to be held on May 27.

  • Thakur sole candidate

    India's cricket board is set to announce its youngest ever president after it says that current secretary Anurag Thakur is the sole candidate for the post.

  • IS threatens 'attacks in India'

    In a rare appeal to India's Muslim minority, Islamic State says "it is planning to avenge the deaths of Muslims killed in riots in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat and elsewhere".

  • On This Day: Saeed Anwar smashes the record books

    Pakistan’s flamboyant opener, the left-handed Saeed Anwar etched his name into the record books when he broke the 13-year-old ODI landmark of 189 set by Vivian Richards on May 21, 1997 at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium.

  • ‘World T20 loss against India still hurts a lot’

    While Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza's leadership abilities stood out in tough times in the ICC World Twenty20 in India earlier this year, Shakib's all-round show (129 runs and 10 wickets) helped the team come up with a much-improved performance.

  • Windies trio lash out at WICB

    West Indies cricket stars Dwayne Bravo, Chris Gayle and Darren Sammy take potshots at the WICB after their exclusions

  • My wife wouldn't let me skip CPL: Shakib

    Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, in an interview with the tournament's media, reveals that while he is very excited to join the Jamica Tallawahs for his stint in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

  • Shoaib advises Fizz

    Shoaib Akhtar offers some words of encouragement to Bangladesh left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman during the pre-match show for the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils.

  • Record 51C heat hits India

    A city in India's Rajasthan state breaks the country's temperature records after registering 51C, the highest since records began, the weather office says.

  • Lack of educated players hurting Pakistan cricket

    Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says the lack of educated players in the national team was one of the reasons for its recent poor performance.

  • New BJP wave sinks Congress

    The win of BJP in Assam may have an impact on Bangladesh as Sarbananda Sonowal, who is set to be the chief minister there, announced that sealing the border to stop infiltration will be one of his biggest challenges.

  • Cyclone Roanu heads towards Bangladesh

    After battering the Indian coast for last two days, the first cyclone of the monsoon is heading north to Bangladesh.

  • ‘AB de Villiers the best I've bowled to’

    Mitchell Johnson, the former Australia pacer rates South Africa's AB de Villiers as the best batsman he ever bowled to.

  • West Bengal Assembly elections

    Mamata, Jayalalithaa set to retain power, BJP takes Assam

    For the first time in India, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) appears all set to form government in the northern state of Assam.

  • Kohli 113 flattens Punjab

    Virat Kohli scores his fourth century of the season as Royal Challengers Bangalore thrash bottom-placed Kings XI Punjab by 82 runs in Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-truncated IPL clash.

  • Relieved Bailey thanks new helmet

    Australia's George Bailey feels like he was "hit on the face with a truck" when a Nathan Coulter-Nile bouncer knocked his helmet off in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday.

  • Bangladesh to invest in Bhutan's hydropower sector

    A trilateral cooperation among Bhutan, Bangladesh and India that will enable Bangladesh to invest in the Bhutanese power sector to re-import the electricity could soon be a reality.

  • Why Tamil Nadu may soon ban alcohol

    Tamil Nadu may soon become the latest Indian state to impose a complete ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol.

  • Maxwell out of IPL

    Glenn Maxwell becomes the fifth Australian to pull out of the Indian Premier League (IPL), but his injury is unlikely to keep him out of an upcoming West Indies tour.

  • Modi to lay foundation stone of India-Bangladesh rail project

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to lay the foundation stone of a new India-Bangladesh railway project on May 27, reports NDTV quoting a top railway official.

  • The run home to finals: IPL

    Here's how things stand after match 48 of the Indian Premier League 2016 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders and what teams need to do to progress further.

  • There wasn't much we could have done: Shakib

    When Kohli and ABD are on song, there's not much the opposition can do. And if Chris Gayle joins the party, the captain at the other end runs out of options pretty quickly.

  • T20 WC biennial again?

    The rise of Twenty20 cricket will gather pace with two extra World Cups to be added to the existing schedule by the International Cricket Council as it looks to cash in on the booming popularity of the game's shortest format.

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