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ROUT AT SABINA: Holder inspires Windies 2-0 series sweep over Bangladesh
WRONG LINE: Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim sees his bails go flying as he is bowled by West Indies’ Jason Holder (not in photo) during play on day three of the 2nd Test yesterday at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica. —Photo: AFP/Randy Brooks
Holder wraps up Windies rout of Bangladesh
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Skipper Jason Holder produced another devastating burst ofbowlingas the West Indies completed a 2-0 series win over Bangladesh on Saturday, romping to a 166-run victory inside three days at Sabina Park.
West Indies crush Bangladesh in 2nd test and sweep series
Despite the West Indies being bowled out after lunch for 129 in its second innings, setting Bangladesh 335 and nearly eight sessions to win, the visitors crumbled away to be all out for 168 in their second innings a few overs before scheduled stumps.
West Indies collapse against Bangladesh but remain in command
Roston Chase, the only batsman to get into the twenties so far on a dry pitch, resumes in the afternoon on 23 alongside wicketkeeper-batsman Shane Dowrich, with the West Indies looking to extend their innings and an already considerable overall lead, before unleashing the bowlers to push for a secon
Bangladesh community celebrates Independence Day
FAHIM Uddin, a senior at Marianas High School, said he always attends the annual Independence Day celebration of the Bangladeshi community on Saipan.
Bangladesh, Ireland secure Women's World T20 berths
Billed favourites to book the final two spots for the forthcoming Women's World T20 in the Caribbean, Bangladesh and Ireland lived up to the tag in the eight-team qualifying tournament with convincing semi-final wins over Scotland and Papua New Guinea. A victory in the final on Saturday will be as m
Apprehensions of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh on the rise in Texas
The number of Bangladeshi nationals apprehended after illegally crossing into Texas from Mexico has grown dramatically over the past two years from just one person in fiscal year 2016 to more than 400 so far this year, a trend border officials attribute to poverty in Bangladesh.Eight more Bangladesh
138 people killed in 2 months in Bangladesh police crackdown on drug dealers
A gun battle between alleged drug dealers and law enforcement in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on May 18, 2018, left the suspects dead. (AFP/Getty Images)
British lawyer for Bangladesh's Zia refused entry to India - Breitbart
India’s foreign ministry said Lord Alexander Carlile, a former MP and international lawyer, was denied entry at New Delhi on Wednesday evening for visa irregularities.
IOM Bangladesh: Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis Response - External Update, 6 - 12 July 2018
IOM health is rolling out a training package for mobile medical team staffs as well as other interested organizations. The whole training package has been divided into four workshops where 40 staffs from IOM and Medical Team International are participating. The first two workshops have been conducte
GE, Mitsubishi form JV to invest $3B in Bangladesh energy projects
The local firm, Summit Group, will hold a 55% equity stake while Mitsubishi will take 25% and GE 20%.
Bangladesh unveils $5.8 billion energy investment, two JV's with...
DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh announced two major energy deals on Wednesday, with a total $5.8 billion investment, two involving U.S. firm General Electric (GE.N).FILE PHOTO: The General Electric logo is pictured on the General Electric offshore wind turbine plant in Montoir-de-Bretagne, near Saint-N
Mashrafe Mortaza likely to miss Bangladesh's ODI series in the West Indies
Mashrafe Mortazais unlikely to travel to the West Indies for the ODI series that begins on July 22, since his wife is ill. Bangladesh's selectors, however, will wait until Friday, the day before the ODI specialists' departure from Dhaka, to name his replacement.
Ryan Cook named Bangladesh fielding consultant
Stephen Cook's brother and Jimmy Cook's son, Ryan, is currently the head coach at Gary Kirsten's cricket academy in Cape Town and has had stints with the Hobart Hurricanes, South Africa A and South Africa Under-19 as assistant coach.
Monsoon rains batter Bangladesh Rohingya refugee settlements
Winds and first heavy rains pound fragile landscape sheltering some 700,000 refugees, triggering landslides that killed one refugee and injured others amid ongoing emergency response.
Torrential rain in Bangladesh: more than 9,000 Rohingya refugees affected
“Nine thousand refugees are affected by the floods and have been urgently relocated to other areas of the camp. This situation weakens many vulnerable people who live in very precarious conditions and are particularly exposed to the risk of natural disasters (cyclones). There’s also a threat of chol
Declining terror attacks: Why Bangladesh can't afford to be complacent
Following a surge in terror attacks in 2013, the government adopted the strategy of using brute force to snuff out attacks. Since the July 2016 terrorist assault at Dhaka's Holey Artisan Bakery, at least 79 suspected radicals have been killed and over 150 others arrested in an aggressive anti-milita
Bangladesh cement revenue continues to surge
The export figure also includes a minor amount of salt, stone and related products, but the country's export promotion bureau is satisfied that there has been a significant rise in cement exports. The figure substantially exceeds the government's export target by 9.48 per cent for this period.
ISCG Monsoon Emergency Response Update - Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (4 - 10 July 2018)
Following heavy rainfall (184 mm) on 3 and 4 July, the reporting period brought light to moderate rains across the 8 weather stations in Cox’s Bazar. The 30-year average for total rainfall in July stands at 931mm. As of 10 July, the District has seen 222mm of rain. The forecast for the coming week i
Climate risk profile: Bangladesh - Fact Sheet
Sitting in a predominantly low-lying region at the intersections of the Ganga, Meghna, and Brahmaputra rivers and the Ganga-Brahmaputra delta, Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to a changing climate. The eighth most populous country in the world, Bangladesh has a popula