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Shakib Al Hasan’s allround performance powers Bangladesh to win

Shakib picked up 4-41 to help Bangladesh bowl Zimbabwe out for 194 after his 101 guided the side to 281-7.


Bangladesh whitewash Zimbabwe 3-0

The visitors caved in as the home team took the attack to the opposition their bowlers on target.


Zimbabwe chase 449 to avoid whitewash

Mominul scores 131* as hosts set a 449-run target for Zimbabwe who end Day 4 on 71-1, needing another 378.


Bangladesh take lead after Jubair Hossain five-for

The hosts extended the overall lead to 152 runs after reaching 23-0 in their second knock by stumps.


Fugitive Bangladesh politician gets death for 1971 war crimes

M.A. Zahid Hossain Khokon is a fugitive and believed to be in Sweden with his son and daughter.


Power blackout hits Bangladesh as substation glitch breaks link with India

Bangladesh has a cumulative load of around 5,000 MW.


Burdwan blast: NIA announces cash rewards for arrest of accused

It announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh on Amjad Ali Sheikh, Habibur Rahman Sheikh and Sahanur Alom.


Bangladesh tribunal sentences Jamaat-e-Islami chief to death for 1971 war crimes

The court said in the unanimous verdict that 8 of the 16 charges levelled against him were proved beyond doubt.


At least 29 Bangladeshis held for illegally crossing into India

24 Bangladeshis were taken into custody on October 11 and five more were held on Sunday, police said.

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Bangladesh apex court commutes JeI leader’s death penalty

The Tribunal’s ruling triggered the deadliest political violence in the country’s history.


Despite sloppy catching, West Indies cruise to 10-wicket victory

West Indies overcame their own atrocious catching and a defiant hundred by Rahim to defeat B’desh by 10 wickets.


Bangladesh scrambles to confront al-Qaeda threat

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri on Wednesday announced the formation of an Indian branch of his militant group.


125 feared dead in Bangladesh ferry disaster

Shajahan Khan told reporters Tuesday that at least 110 people either swam to safety or were rescued.


‘US shares India’s desire for more interconnected South Asia’

It is refreshing to see that PM Modi has reached out to all of India’s neighbors as its first acts, said Bernicat.

4 Bru militants involved in Bengal techie abduction held

Mandal, 25, was on assignment for Noida-based Telecom Network Solutions, a company then working for Airtel.