Nov 17 2019 Lack of Tests ‘main difference’ between Bangladesh and India - Mominul Haque

Test captain says promoting Mushfiqur Rahim in the batting order is an option [Read More]

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Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo

 

Nov 17 2019 ‘We need to find a third seamer who can bat’ - Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo

Bangladesh’s coach says the Test team needs structural changes, for which he is prepared to pick ‘new faces and struggle for a period of time’ [Read More]

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Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo

 

Nov 17 2019 Mayank Agarwal’s 243 caps India’s 407-run day of dominance

Ajinkya Rahane made 86, and Ravindra Jadeja his now-customary fifty as Bangladesh’s bowlers were taken to the cleaners [Read More]

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Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo

 

Nov 17 2019 Protesters stay one step ahead of rulers

Dr. James M. Dorsey Violent protests have accelerated across the Arab world every day since they re-erupted on October 1.
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Source: Weekly Blitz :: Writings

 

Nov 16 2019 7 of family killed in Chattogram gas cylinder blast

Seven members of a family are killed and twelve others injured as a gas cylinder explodes at their house in Patharghata of Chattogram city. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Nov 16 2019 Rajapaksa spokesman claims victory in Sri Lanka election

Sri Lanka’s former wartime defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa has won the presidency with a clear majority, his spokesman tells AFP a day after the polls. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Nov 16 2019 Mohammed Shami caps seamers’ show as India win big

They blew Bangladesh away in three days by an innings and 130 runs [Read More]

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Source: Bangladesh news from Cricinfo

 

Nov 16 2019 Foreign sex workers flocking into the Philippines

Anand Sharma According to a study conducted by the Philippines’ Population Institute and Demographic Research and Development Foundation, over 19
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Source: Weekly Blitz :: Writings

 

Nov 16 2019 They beat me up with rods, sticks

A student of Rajshahi University was confined to a dormitory room and beaten with iron rods and sticks allegedly by two Bangladesh Chhatra League activists yesterday. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Nov 16 2019 Ichhamati now a trickle

The Ichhamati, the once vibrant river that features prominently in several Bangla literary works, has turned into a narrow channel filled with garbage, thanks to rampant encroachment and indiscriminate dumping of waste. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 
 
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