Stumps Pakistan 286 and 109 for no loss (Abid 56*, Shafique 53*) trail Bangladesh 330 and 157 (Liton 59, Yasir 36, Afridi 5-32) by 93 runs
After Shaheen Shah Afridi blew Bangladesh away in the second innings, Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafique blunted the home side from making any attempt to make a comeback in the Chattogram Test. Afridi took 5 for 32 before Abid and Shafique added 109 runs for the opening stand. Pak
Tea Pakistan 286 and 38 for no loss (Abid 20*, Shafique 18*) trail Bangladesh 330 and 157 (Liton 59, Yasir 36, Afridi 5-32) by 164 runs
The openers Abid Ali and Abdullah Shafique gave Pakistan another sound start, as the visitors were set a 202-run target to win the Chattogram Test. Pakistan went to tea on the fourth day at 38 for no loss, with the Bangladesh bowlers unable to beat the bat too many times.
Lunch Bangladesh 115 for 6 (Yasir 36, Liton 32*, Afridi 3-18) and 330 lead Pakistan 286 by 159 runs
Bangladesh dragged their lead to 159 runs on a busy morning that included an early wicket, some close shaves and a hit on the helmet. Yasir Ali was taken for a scan after Shaheen Afridi struck him on the back of his helmet. It was a delayed reaction as he was around for 1.1 overs, before being taken off.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - The judgment in the 2019 brutal killing of Abrar Fahad, a Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) student beaten to death inside a dormitory, has been postponed by a Dhaka court.
Judge of the Dhaka Speedy Trial Tribunal 1 was scheduled to deliver the verdict on Sunday. Still, it was deferred until December 8 because the judgment - initially planned on Sunday - is not prepar
JAKARTA -- Indonesia has banned international visitors who have travel histories from eight African countries in the last 14 days, to prevent transmission of the new, more contagious variant of coronavirus Omicron to the country, an official said on Sunday.
Arya Pradhana Anggakara, spokesman for the Directorate General of Immigration at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, said the eight countries are South Afr
DHAKA, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- A two-day international investment summit has started in Bangladesh capital to help the country woo more foreign investors.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the summit at a city hotel in Dhaka Sunday joining virtually from her official residence Ganabhaban.
Speaking as the chief guest, she invited investors of the world to come up with investment in Bangladesh, saying Dh
DHAKA, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- The sixth batch of gifted COVID-19 vaccines from the Chinese government to Bangladesh has arrived in Dhaka, the Chinese Embassy in Bangladesh said on Saturday.
This new batch of Sinovac vaccines arrived on Thursday, after five batches of gifted Chinese vaccines which were delivered in May, June, August and October this year, the embassy said in a Facebook post.
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How do you solve a problem like Galle? Well, winning the toss and batting first would be a start. But what else can you do?
The fact is, there are few grounds in world cricket where the toss plays such a significant role - on pitches that are known for taking exponential turn as the game wears on, only twice have teams batting fourth chased down a triple-digit total successfully here.
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"We've decided to suspend travel from South Africa with immediate effect," said Bangladeshi health minister. Bangladesh is also strengthening screening procedures at all ports over the COVID-19 virus variant Omicron newly detecte
DHAKA, Bangladesh - For the first time in history, Bangladesh's national women's cricket team has qualified for the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup.
Following the breakout of a new Covid-19 type in southern Africa, the International Cricket Council [ICC] on Saturday called off the ongoing World Cup Qualifier 2021 in Harare due to travel restrictions on many African countries, including the host country Zimbabwe.<
DHAKA, Bangladesh - On Saturday, Shaheed Dr. Milon Day was commemorated across the country, marking the 31st anniversary of the death of Dr. Shamsul Alam Khan Milon, who was assassinated during the anti-autocratic movement of the 1990s.
Various socio-cultural and political organizations and professional groups arranged a variety of programs to honor the day.
Wreaths were laid at the tomb of Shaheed Dr. Mi
DHAKA -- Bangladesh on Saturday suspended entry of travelers from South Africa amid the spread of a new variant of COVID-19.
Making the announcement, Bangladesh Minister of Health and Family Welfare Zahid Maleque said the Bangladeshi government is aware of the emergence of the new variant in South Africa. (Bangladesh-COVID19-New Variant)
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NEW DELHI -- Amid growing concerns over the spread of