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  • EPL sells China TV rights for around $700 million

    The English Premier League has sold its television rights in China to streaming service PPTV for around $700 million, a source familiar with the matter said, several times the size of past deals as it cashes in on a growing enthusiasm for soccer.

  • 'A historic deal'

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Saif Global Sports, a sister concern of Saif Powertec Limited, for the organising rights of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) for the next five years.

  • BPL sold for Tk 20 cr

    Saif Powertec Ltd is all set to earn the commercial rights of the Bangladesh Premier League for five years. This was disclosed by Salam Murshedy, the senior vice-president of the Bangladesh Football Federation.

  • Khulna jute mills workers block road, rail routes

    State-run jute mills’ workers of Khulna have blockaded the road and railway in the district to press for their five-point demand. The blockade is running parallel to a strike they are observing since April 4.

  • Women aren’t safe now: Fakhrul

    BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says that women are not safe in the country now due to frequent violence against them.

  • We're committed to play Pakistan in Dec: BCCI president

    Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has not completely ruled out the series against Pakistan in December even as uncertainty continues on the issue.

  • Harassing the innocents and saving the criminal

    How should we react when we see four young innocent faces in tears after they were released from a long jail stay for no crime? And how should we react when we see a brat of 16 years being taken away to freedom and safety from his crime scene by the law enforcers? We feel aghast at the amount of injustice being meted out to the four.

  • underprivileged women

    Rights of underprivileged women

    The judicial system is a powerful tool at the heart of women's rights enforcement, along with the lawyers that fight for the rights of their clients.

  • Salahuddin Ahmed remains missing

    Opinion: Salauddin becomes another forgotten case?

    It seems we do not care that a man just disappeared into the blues amidst allegation that the law enforcing agency was behind the Houdini act. He seems to have gone down the annals of disappearance of the likes of Ilias Ali, Chowdhury Alam and labour leader Aminul Islam.

  • A day in the life of a restaurant worker (video)

    Employees at different hotels and restaurants in Pabna are forced to work 12 to 15 hours a day. And despite this long hours of work, they are poorly paid.