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Bangladesh beat West Indies by 2 wickets in 5th ODI Bangladesh’s Mominul Haque (C) celebrates with captain Mushfiqur Rahim after dismissing West Indies’ Kieron Pollard during the fifth and final ODI at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Saturday. Photo: Firoz Ahmed Star Online Report Mahmudullah produced a brilliant all-rounder performance as Bangladesh staged a […]

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Windies beat Tigers by 75 runs in 4th ODI Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim walks back to the pavilion after his dismissal during the fourth ODI against West Indies at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Friday. West Indies recovered from a terrible start to their day to complete a spirited victory in the fourth one-day international […]

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West Indies star Marlon Samuels pulls one on way to scoring a magnificent century in the third one-day international against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur last night. Photo: Firoz AhmedBishwajit Roy A vigorous Mashrafe Bin Mortaza sent dangerman Chris Gayle back to the dressing room early for the second successive occasion and […]

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The Bangladesh cricket team will look to take an unassailable 3-0 lead when they take on the West Indies in the third match of the five-ODI series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur today. The match, a day-night affair, will begin at 2:30 pm and satellite television Channel 9 will provide live coverage. Fast […]

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IOC suspends India

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AP, Lausanne, Switzerland The IOC suspended India’s national Olympic committee on Tuesday because of government interference in its election process, two officials with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press. After months of warnings, the IOC executive board imposed the sanction when the Indian Olympic Association failed to comply with the world body’s demands […]

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Tigers gain 2-0 lead

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Bangladesh beat West Indies by 160 runs in 2nd ODI Bangladesh’s opener Anamul Haque shows his delight after reaching his maiden ODI century during the second ODI match against West Indies at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna on Sunday. Anamul Haque registered his maiden ODI century as Bangladesh beat West Indies by 160 runs […]

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Bangladesh lead the five-match series 1-0 Bangladesh’s players celebrate after dismissing West Indies’ captain Darren Sammy during the first ODI at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna on Friday. Opener Tamim Iqbal smashed 58 off 51 and Naeem Islam hit an unbeaten half-century steering Bangladesh to comfortable seven-wicket victory over West Indies in the opening […]

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Bangladesh 387 and 226 for 6 (Shakib 97, Nasir 64*, Best 3-26) trail West Indies 648 for 9 dec (Samuels 260, Chanderpaul 150*, Bravo 127, Shakib 4-151) by 35 runs Shakib Al Hasan had been Bangladesh’s superman again. He’d bowled 52 overs in the West Indies first innings and become the second Bangladesh bowler to […]

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Abul hasan as number 10 player make a brilliant century at his debut match. He teach the other batsman that how to bat in a match, as well as Mahmudullah riad support him. Century on Test debut, only the second to do that from number 10 in 135 years of Test match cricket! It was […]

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WI win the first Test

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West Indies players celebrating as they manage to send Bangladesh Captain Mushfiqur Rahim back to the pavilion at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur on Saturday. Dejected Naeem Islam (In front) is seen after Mushfiqur’s fall. Photo: Firoz Ahmed Visiting West Indies beat Bangladesh by 77 runs in the first Test of two match Test series […]

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Poverty cannot be a barrier for Mohammad Sagor. With steely willpower aided by talent Sagor, a tea boy precisely, has risen to being the runner-up in the just-concluded 33rd National Junior Chess Championship (NJCC). “From my early age, I always dreamt to be either a football or a cricket player, but the coaches did not […]

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By: Our correspondent in London July 27, 2012 LONDON — With its hilariously quirky Olympic opening ceremony, Britain presented itself to the world Friday night as something it has often struggled to express even to itself: a nation secure in its own post-empire identity, whatever that actually is. The noisy, busy, witty, dizzying production somehow […]

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