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  • What's in store for the champions?

    Players of the Bangladesh under-18 women's football team spent a sleepless night on Sunday. No, they were not sleepless from any tension of playing a match the following day; instead they were sleepless from the excitement of just having clinched the title of the inaugural SAFF U-18 Women's Championship at the Changlimithang Stadium in Thimphu. The excitement was very understandable given that most of the players of this team had gone through a heartbreak at the same venue just two months ago.
  • India's dominance or Maldives' revenge?

    Maldives' under-fire coach Petar Segrt said it would be eleven versus eleven when his team take on seven-time champions and favourites India in the final of the SAFF Suzuki Cup today.
  • Sohel sets sights on Asian Tour

    Golfer Shakhwat Hossain Sohel (SHS) broke his long-standing jinx on the international circuit by winning the PGM Miri Championship in Malaysia on Saturday.
  • Bangladesh's sorry record continues

    Goalkeeper Shahidul Alam Sohel came full circle in very unwanted fashion as Bangladesh's failure to reach the semifinals of the SAFF Championship extended to a fourth successive edition following a 2-0 defeat to Nepal at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.
  • Rainy Jakarta hands over baton

    For the past three weeks, Central Jakarta and the surrounding areas hardly saw a single drop of rainfall.