Nabid Yeasin | The Daily Star
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  • Yet to learn at 19

    It has been just over 19 years since November 10, 2000 when Bangladesh stepped into the Test arena with their inaugural Test against India, which the Tigers lost by nine wickets in Dhaka. Bangladesh were however applauded for their magnificent showing as the Tigers had the grip of the game even on the third day before a dramatic collapse on the fourth day had undone the fearless start.
  • Nine days that unveiled some ugly truths

    Since the eighth-place finish in the World Cup last summer, Bangladesh have mostly been at the receiving end of major blows.
  • NCL: Indeed a serious business!

    At the start of yesterday, all the fuss was about the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) taking action against premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan for allegedly breaching his contract to sign a sponsorship deal with a top mobile phone operator.
  • Will be happy only after implementation: Shakib

    A positive vibe prevailed from the morning yesterday with indications that a resolution regarding the national cricketers’ strike that started on Monday would be reached by the end of the day and such was the case -- with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) agreeing to nine of the 11 initial demands but not before 11:00pm.
  • BCB beep-ing to the right beat

    The recent fuss in the country’s cricket fraternity seems to be over the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s newly-set requirements for the beep test that must be met in order to play in the National Cricket League (NCL), scheduled to begin next month.