Hathurusinghe wary of ODI backlash

Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe is looking forward to facing a stiffer challenge from the Zimbabwean side in the five-match one-day internationals.

President orders arrest of RU teacher’s killers

The president, Abdul Hamid, on Tuesday asked the authorities concerned to immediately arrest those involved in the killing of Rajshahi University teacher AKM Shafiul Islam and ensure their punishment.

Fakhrul brands HT Imam as ‘imam of AL’

The acting Bangladesh Nationalist Party secretary-general, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, on Tuesday termed prime minister’s adviser HT Imam the imam of the ruling Awami League and said that Imam had divulged all tricks of the government.

NU failing to deliver

Govt plans to return affiliation of colleges to public univs

Truck bomb hits foreign base in Afghan capital, kills two

A truck bomb hit a base for foreign forces in Afghanistan’s capital early on Tuesday, killing two Afghan security guards, police said.The Islamist Afghan Taliban, ousted from power by an American-led coalition in 2001, claimed responsibility for the attack at the base on the eastern outskirts of Kabul.

Confident Tigers gear up for ODIs

A confident-looking Bangladesh national cricket team is all set to kick off their preparations for the upcoming ICC World Cup through the five-match one-day internationals against Zimbabwe.


RMP commissioner withdrawn, protests continue