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  • BD blind cricketers visit Eden Gardens

    Visually-challenged cricketers from Bangladesh got their wishes fulfilled when they got an opportunity to meet former India captain Sourav Ganguly in an event hosted by the National Cricket Club at Eden Gardens on Wednesday.

  • England end BD win streak

    The Bangladesh blind cricket team's five-game win streak came to an end yesterday as they were defeated by five wickets by their English counterparts in the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket Tournament for the Blind in New Delhi.

  • Bangladesh beat Aussies

    The Bangladesh blind cricket team secured a massive result as they defeated their Australian counterparts by nine runs in the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket Tournament for the Blind in New Delhi yesterday.

  • Bangladesh beat Windies

    The Bangladesh blind cricket team defeated their West Indian counterparts by eight wickets in a thrilling match to move up to fourth place in the standings in the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket Tournament for the Blind yesterday.

  • Blind team travels to India

    A 21-member Bangladesh team has travelled to India to participate in the Blind Cricket World Twenty20 through the Benapole check-post.

  • Blind passion given sight

    Blind from infancy, 19-year-old Bangladeshi cricket fan Samiul Islam finally had the opportunity to see his favourite team in action on Sunday after his eyesight was restored following an operation funded by a reality TV show.

  • 'Blind Messi' sees Paralympic gold for Argentina

    Silvio Velo has been blind since birth, but you wouldn't know it watching him thread a football through an opponent's legs, pick it up on the other side and fire it home for a goal.

  • Challenges conquered

    In February every year, when his friends bought books from the national book fair and talked excitedly about reading those, he wished he could have done the same. Abul Kalam Azad had lost his vision from a severe attack of typhoid in childhood. But the thought that visually impaired people like him were deprived of all opportunities to enjoy books made him restless.