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  • India defeat Japan

    India’s bid to regain Asia Cup hockey title got off to a brilliant start when they handed a 5-1 defeat to Japan in the opening match of 10th Hero Asia Cup at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium.

  • Dhaka, Army into semis

    Dhaka and Bangladesh Army moved into the semifinals of the 31st ATN Bangla National Hockey Championship after contrasting wins in their respective quarterfinals yesterday.

  • DEB, Navy in semis

    Dhaka Education Board (DEB) and Bangladesh Navy moved into the semifinals of the 31st ATN Bangla National Hockey Championship yesterday.

  • Champions Faridpur out

    Defending champions Faridpur were eliminated from the group stages of the ATN Bangla National Hockey Championship after suffering a 3-1 defeat – their second defeat in three matches -- against Chittagong at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • M'singh thrash Satkhira

    Mymensingh notched up the biggest victory of the day in the 31st ATN Bangla National Hockey Tournament at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Hockey's club cup after Asia Cup

    Bangladesh Hockey Federation's (BHF) general secretary Abdus Sadeque hoped that the installation of floodlights at the Maulana Bhasani National Hockey Stadium will be completed by September and that the new hockey season will kick off under floodlights after the Asia Cup.

  • Jimmy explains his actions

    National hockey team captain Rassel Mahmud Jimmy yesterday refuted all the allegations of indiscipline against him after appearing before a four-member committee at the Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF), but his explanations seemingly failed to impress the members.

  • C'ship to begin sans top stars

    The Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) decided to hold the National Hockey Championship this month without some of the top players, who are interested in taking part in German leagues.

  • BHF in a quandary over national championship

    Holding the National Hockey Championship with participation of district and services teams hangs in the balance as the Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) is still undecided whether to allow some top national players to take part in a foreign league by halting the championship which is supposed to start on April 27.

  • BD female hockey champs exemplify Special Olympics ideal

    The people back home would have to wait to hear the biggest news of their children's lives and that of their families, though it was possible the shrieks and cries from pure joy and utter exhaustion may have traveled all the way from Austria to Bangladesh.

  • Hockey transfers in limbo again

    Fourteen months after the completion of the last players' transfers of the Premier Division Hockey League, the Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) is seemingly reluctant to declare the players' transfers for the upcoming season, leaving another season at risk of disappearing from the calendar.

  • U18 Asia Cup hockey

    Bangladesh, India in final

    Bangladesh advance to the final of Boys' U-18 Asia Cup hockey tournament with a 6-1 victory over Chinese Taipei in the first semifinal at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium.

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