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Tigers roar in Mirpur Bangladesh have set a 239-run target against touring England in the 2nd ODI in Dhaka on Sunday.   Tigers scored 238 runs against England losing eight wickets in fifty overs at Mirpur’s Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.   Allrounder Mahmudullah was the top run-scorer for Bangladesh today with his 75 off 88.   Mashrafe scored 44 from 29 deliveries while he smashed two...

AL-BNP tensions brewing over 5 Jan prog After apparent thaw through the president's ongoing dialogue with political parties, the situation has started heating up when a ruling party leader said they would not allow the BNP to hold its programme on 5 January, the third anniversary of the holding of one-sided parliamentary elections in 2014. The ruling camp observes the day...

Hasina asks critics to help improve education Calling upon the critics of the quality of education in the country to come forward for a further improvement of its (education) standard, prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said all things don't happen overnight. "I would like to tell those who raise a question about the standard of education in the country that...

Baghdad blasts kill at least 18 Two bombs exploded in a busy market area in central Baghdad on Saturday, killing at least 18 people and wounding dozens, Iraqi police said. The blasts ripped through shops in the Al-Sinek area, a police colonel said, adding that at least 38 people were wounded. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for what was the...

NZ whitewash Bangladesh Fill-in batsman Neil Broom and skipper Kane Williamson produced a match-winning 179-run stand for New Zealand to crush Bangladesh in their final one-day match in Nelson on Saturday.Williamson was left unbeaten on 95 while Broom fell just before the close for 97 as the hosts overhauled Bangladesh’s 236 for the loss of only two wickets to sweep...

General Cable to pay m to settle bribery charges General Cable Corp, a Kentucky-based wire manufacturer, agreed to pay more than $75 million to resolve allegations that it had bribed officials in Angola, Bangladesh and China, the US Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission said on Thursday. The company admitted its executives knew outside agents bribed officials in order...

Choir member quits rather than sing for Trump A member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has quit the group rather than sing at Donald Trump’s inauguration and appear to endorse “tyranny and fascism.” In a resignation letter posted on her Facebook page Thursday, Jan Chamberlin said she had agonized over whether to sing at the 20 January ceremony and “spent several...

World must wake up to Myanmar crisis Twenty-three eminent persons, including 13 Nobel Laureates, have written an open letter to the president of the Security Council asking for UN intervention to resolve Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis. Whether this will wake up Myangmar’s daughter of peace Aung San Suu Kyi or not, only time will tell. Bangladesh’s winner of the 2006 Nobel...

Man killed in police shootout in Lakshmipur A suspected robber was reportedly killed in a gunfight with police at Sonapur in Sadar upazila early Saturday. The deceased was identified as Bashar, son of Sayed Ahmad, a resident of Kazzalipur village in the upazila. He is said to be the chief of notorious terrorist gang ‘Bashar Bahini’. Abdullah Al Mamun Bhuiyan, officer-in-charge of...

China to ban domestic ivory trade by end of 2017 China will slap a total ban on the domestic ivory trade within a year, the government announced on Friday, shutting the door to the world’s biggest end-market for poached ivory. The State Council said in a notice a complete ban would be enforced by 31 Dec, 2017. A first batch of...

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