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Oct 20 2014 BCB employs DRS for Zimbabwe Tests

The BCB will introduce the Decision Review System (DRS) for the first time in a home series, during the upcoming three Tests against Zimbabwe [Read More]

Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo


Oct 20 2014 Bangladesh pick Jubair Hossain for first Test

Jubair Hossain has become the first specialist legspinner to be selected in a Bangladesh Test squad by being named in the 14-man squad for the first Test against Zimbabwe [Read More]

Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo


Oct 20 2014 Anamul, Nasir to miss Zimbabwe Test

Anamul Haque and Nasir Hossain will be unavailable for the first Test against Zimbabwe, after they were both picked in the BCB XI side that will take part in the Acharya Memorial Trophy in Kolkata from October 25 to celebrate 150 years of the Eden Gardens [Read More]

Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo


Oct 20 2014 Tendulkar unveils new Dhaka club

Sachin Tendulkar’s presence at the logo unveiling ceremony of Legends of Rupganj, a newly-named Dhaka Premier League club, gave a much-needed image boost to the domestic one-day competition [Read More]

Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo


Oct 20 2014 Hyderabad to Cape Town: Evidence driving medical research and health systems strengthening

Shobha Shukla and Bobby Ramakant “We develop medicines and other therapies which are based on very good research, but then we offer those therapies often in ways that are untested and have never been evaluated. So there is a natural progression from making sure that our treatments are evidence-based, to the next phase of ensuring [...]


Oct 20 2014 Medical malpractices: Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

Shobha Shukla and Bobby Ramakant The noblest professional of all-to heal fellow human beings- is certainly witnessing its worst decay. Dr Peter Gotzsche, Director, Nordic Cochrane Centre and Professor in University of Copenhagen, said to Citizen News Service (CNS): “There is a lot that needs to change in healthcare. It is one of the most [...]


Oct 20 2014 The New American Male – Have you Seen Him?

Dillon Freed Have you seen him? This new utterly confused as well as confusing American male? The one who wishes for harmony and open-mindedness, and yet, who appears to want to kill and humiliate anyone who uses any word or phrase he deems incorrect or inappropriate? The man who hates the idea of superiority but [...]



IN SEARCH OF ROOTS International organization We deeply mourn untimely death of Late Kapil Krishna Thakur (Hon’ble MP, India). Bikash Halder (Working President)                                                Hon’ble M.K. (Ex) Yoel Hasson (Chairman) Dr. Richard L. Bankin (Chief Advisor)USA                          Swami Nikhileswaranandaji (RKM)(Advisor) Kazi Azizul Haque (Bangladesh)(Advisor)            Sohail Choudhury (Bangladesh)(co-working president) Salam Azad (Bangladesh)(Advisor)                                       Niranjan Goswami [...]


Oct 20 2014 The solution to poverty lies in love

Adnan Oktar One of the greatest problems facing the world, and Africa in particular, is that of poverty and people living on the edge of starvation. When we look at research into poverty and publications on the subject, we see much statistical data, comparisons between countries and societies, lists of rankings of poor and rich [...]


Oct 20 2014 Nobel Prize lost dignity

Ashraf Jaigirdar Nobel Prize really is becoming funny. The 2014 prize in physics was already questioned as it has been given for inventing blue LEDs although it is just an extension or further development of the red LEDs invented in 1962 by Nick Holonyak, who invented it while working as a consulting scientist at a [...]