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Bangladesh: 5 Of Family Among 13 Dead In Bus-Pickup Truck Collision On Dhaka-Khulna Highway

[ad_1] At least 13 people were killed and several were injured in a collision between a bus and a pickup truck on the Dhaka-Khulna highway in Bangladesh on Tuesday morning. The incident occurred in the Sadar upazila of Faridpur district. Locals jumped in to rescue the people immediately after the accident. Later, fire service, highway police, and the district police joined in the rescue operations.  As many as 11, including the driver of the pickup truck, died on the spot. Two of the injured persons died after they were taken to Bangabandhu Medical College Hospital in Faridpur. At least four are being treated at the Faridpur Medical College Hospital.  Md Hasanuzzaman, officer-in-charge of Faridpur Sadar Kotwali Police Station, said that a Magura-bound bus...
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Sri Lanka on top in second Bangladesh Test despite batting blues | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Asitha Fernando showcased an impressive performance, claiming figures of 4-34 as Sri Lanka bowled out Bangladesh for 178 in the second Test in Chittagong, securing a substantial lead of 353 runs in the first innings.Opting not to enforce a follow-on, Sri Lanka found themselves struggling in their second innings, reaching 102-6 by stumps on the third day, extending their lead to 455 runs.Despite the debutant pacer Hasan Mahmud's encouraging 4-51 for Bangladesh and Khaled Mahmud's contribution of 2-29, Angelo Mathews remained unbeaten on 39 alongside Prabath Jayasuriya, three not out. The duo aimed to bolster Sri Lanka's lead with support from the tail-enders.Earlier, Lahiru Kumara, Vishwa Fernando, and Prabath Jayasuriya also made notable contributions, claiming two wick...
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BAN vs SL 1st Test: Kamindu Mendis, Dhananjaya de Silva shine as Sri Lanka thrash Bangladesh by 328 runs | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Middle-order batsman Kamindu Mendis and skipper Dhananjaya de Silva scored centuries as Sri Lanka thrashed Bangladesh by 328 runs on the fourth day of the opening Test on Monday, taking a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.After setting Bangladesh a gigantic winning target of 511 after Kamindu struck 164 and De Silva 108 in the second innings in Sylhet, Sri Lanka bowled out the hosts for 182 in 49 overs.SCORECARD: BAN vs SLOn the third day, Kamindu and De Silva put on a 173-run partnership as Sri Lanka made 418 all out, marking only the third time in history that the same pair had two 150-plus partnerships in a single Test match.Bangladesh lost half of their team on Sunday with only 47 on the board - still requiring 464 for victory - then folded after a late fightback on ...
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Wanindu Hasaranga set to miss Sunrisers Hyderabad’s first three IPL fixtures | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: All-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga is slated to miss at least the initial three matches of the IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad, as he has been included in the Sri Lanka squad for a two-Test series versus Bangladesh starting on March 22.Hasaranga, who has participated in four Tests for Sri Lanka, had previously declared his retirement from Test cricket in August of the prior year to concentrate on white-ball cricket.Also See: How to watch IPL in CanadaHowever, the 26-year-old was recently named in Sri Lanka's 17-man squad alongside the uncapped spinner Nishan Peiris.The first Test match is scheduled to take place in Sylhet from March 22 to 26, with the second encounter planned from March 30 to April 3 in Chattogram.Also Read: How to watch IPL 2024 live in USA, Canada and MENA reg...
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Bangladesh drop struggling Litton Das for third Sri Lanka ODI | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Bangladesh have made a significant change for Monday's third and final one-day international against Sri Lanka, opting to drop Litton Das following his consecutive ducks in the first two matches, which were deemed humiliating.In his place, the team has decided to debut Jaker Ali, who showcased a commendable performance during the T20 leg of Sri Lanka's tour, ultimately won by the visiting team with a 2-1 margin.Das faced challenges not only in the one-day matches but also in the preceding T20 series, where he managed to accumulate just 44 runs across three matches.Consequently, the team management has opted for a fresh approach, hoping for a more impactful contribution from Ali in the crucial upcoming encounter."Considering Litton's recent performance in white-ball cric...
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Watch: On this day in 2012, Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th international hundred | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Batting great Sachin Tendulkar scripted history on this day in 2012 when he scored his 100th international century while playing in the Asia Cup for India.It was Tendulkar's 49th and final century in ODI cricket and, interestingly, only his first against Bangladesh in the format.Tendulkar was 38 years old at the time and he had to wait for over a year between his 99th and 100th international ton.His 99th century came against South Africa in Nagpur in the 2011 World Cup.But Tendulkar's 100th ton went in vain as India went on to lose the match against Bangladesh by five wickets in Dhaka.Tendulkar scored 114 runs off 147 balls with 12 fours and one six, helping India to 289/5.Bangladesh chased down the target with four balls to spare, with Shakib Al Hasan's 49 in 31 balls ...
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Watch: Litton Das earns Dhoni comparison with a no-look run out against Sri Lanka in 3rd T20I | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Remember the back-flip run out by MS Dhoni of New Zealand's Ross Taylor at Ranchi in 2016?As Taylor was going for the second run, Dhoni collected the throw on the bounce and just flicked back the ball onto the stumps, without turning, to dislodge the bails to run out the Kiwi batsman. Bangladesh wicket-keeper Litton Das emulated the legendary former Indian captain in the 3rd T20I against Sri Lanka at Sylhet on Saturday.On the last ball of the Sri Lanka innings, Dasun Shanaka miscued a pull off Mustafizur Rahman to long-on and the batters tried to steal a second. The throw from the deep by Rishad Hossain was a poor one as it was well outside the off-stump.Litton had to run across to glove the ball and then back flicked it without having a look at the stumps. The hit the ...
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India drops below Bangladesh in WTC rankings after defeat against England | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Following their shocking 28-run loss to England in the opening Test in Hyderabad, India has fallen to fifth place in the World Test Championship rankings, behind Bangladesh.Following their draw in the two-Test series against South Africa, India held the lead for a short while until Australia overtook them after their win against Pakistan.In terms of cumulative percentage points, Rohit Sharma's team has suffered, dropping from 54.16 following the South Africa series to 43.33 at present.In the first Test match in Hyderabad on Sunday, India were all out for 202 after needing 231 to win in the fourth innings. Tom Hartley (7/62) of England caused a collapse by twirling a web around the home team batsmen.In the most recent WTC rankings, Australia lead with 55 percentage point...
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Bangladesh’s Maruf Mridha reprimanded for using abusive language against India in U-19 World Cup | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Bangladesh bowler Maruf Mridha faced a reprimand from the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday for using "abusive language" during the U-19 World Cup match against India last Saturday.The ICC found Mridha in violation of Article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel. This article pertains to "using language, actions, or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batter upon his/her dismissal during an International Match."As a consequence of this breach, one demerit point has been added to Mridha's disciplinary record. Notably, this marks his first offence within a 24-month period, according to the ICC's press release. Demerit points serve as a mechanism to address player misconduct and repea...
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Bangladesh cricketer Shakib Al Hasan to contest election from hometown constituency

[ad_1] In this photograph taken on December 27, 2023, Shakib Al Hasan (R), national cricket team captain and election candidate of the ruling Bangladesh Awami League speaks with the media before the start of his campaign ahead of the 2024 general elections, in Magura. File | Photo Credit: AFP Bangladesh Star cricketer Shakib Al Hasan, currently captain of the one-day team, is contesting from his hometown constituency, Magura, for the incumbent Awami League (AL) party, Al Jazeera reported on Tuesday.In Magura, a town in southwest Bangladesh, about 168km (104 miles) from capital Dhaka, more than a thousand people are gathered outside a circular-shaped auditorium.The Star cricketer on Tuesday during a campaign event in Magura, arrived in an SUV, acknowledged the crowd like a seasoned poli...
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3rd T20I: New Zealand beat Bangladesh to square series | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: In a rain-affected third and final Twenty20 international at Mount Maunganui on Sunday, New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner claimed four wickets as they defeated Bangladesh by 17 runs to tie the series 1-1.After dismissing Bangladesh for 110, New Zealand's top order fell to 49-5, but Jimmy Neesham and Santner rallied to make 95-5 from 14.4 overs.All-rounder Neesham's unbeaten 28 put the Black Caps well ahead of the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern mark when play was stopped due to severe rain.After losing the previous ODI series 2-1, the outcome prevented Bangladesh from winning a series in any format on New Zealand soil.Santner suppressed an innings that was already faltering at 41-3 when he was introduced, claiming 4-16 from his four overs after asking Bangladesh to bat first o...
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New Zealand-Bangladesh 2nd T20I abandoned due to rain | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] MOUNT MAUNGANUI: Heavy rain forced the second of three Twenty20 internationals between hosts New Zealand and Bangladesh to be called off Friday, with the home team on 72-2 after 11 overs.Bangladesh lead the series 1-0 after their bowlers ran riot in the opening match last Wednesday, paving the way to a five-wicket victory in Napier.It was the visitors' first T20 win over the Black Caps in New Zealand.Having put the Black Caps into bat under overcast skies at Mount Maunganui on Friday, Bangladesh struck early when opener Finn Allen was caught in the second over with New Zealand on nine for one.Tim Seifert smashed 43 off 23 balls before being caught to end his second-wicket partnership of 49 with Daryl Mitchell before rain started to fall.Bangladesh may seal their first series win i...
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1st T20I: Bangladesh claim historic victory over New Zealand | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NAPIER: Bangladesh claimed an historic five-wicket win over New Zealand on Wednesday after their seamers ran riot in the opening game of their three-match Twenty20 series on Wednesday in Napier.This was Bangladesh's first Twenty20 win on New Zealand soil, four days after also claiming a maiden away one-day international win over the Black Caps in Napier.Asked to bat by Bangladesh captain Najmul Hossain Shanto, New Zealand made a disastrous start losing three wickets before reaching 134 for nine after their 20 overs.The Black Caps bowlers gave home fans hope with the early wickets of Bangladesh opener Rony Talukdar and Shanto.Veteran Litton Das partnered up with Soumya Sarkar, then Towhid Hridoy to steer Bangladesh to 96-4 after 13 overs.The visitors were wobbling at 97-5 as they l...
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3rd ODI: Bangladesh coast to historic win against New Zealand | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NAPIER: Bangladesh's pace attack shredded New Zealand's batting on a green Napier pitch to record a historic nine-wicket win in the third and final one-day international on Saturday.Having been well beaten in the first two matches to cede the series, Bangladesh produced a remarkable form reversal at McLean Park to dismiss the hosts for just 98 in 34.1 overs.The run chase was a procession, with captain Najmul Hossain Shanto scoring an unbeaten half-century as they coasted to 99-1 in 15.1 overs.It was Bangladesh's first ODI win over the Black Caps on New Zealand soil, having lost the 18 previous fixtures.Shanto's contribution began with him winning the toss and inserting the Black Caps on a green, bouncy surface which also offered sideways movement -- and his seamers responded.Three...
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Bangladesh beats New Zealand by 9 wickets in 3rd ODI; NZ wins series 2-1

[ad_1] Bangladesh needed only 15 overs with the bat to complete a nine wicket win over New Zealand in the third one-day international Saturday, ending New Zealand's winning streak in ODIs at home at 17 matches.After rolling New Zealand for 98 in 31.4 overs, captain Najmul Hossain Shanto made an unbeaten 51 from 42 balls and Amanul Haque 37 from 33 to lead Bangladesh to its first ODI win over the Kiwis in New Zealand in 19 attempts.New Zealand won the three-match series 2-1 after winning the first match by 44 runs and the second by seven wickets. But Bangladesh gained a measure of revenge Saturday and primed itself for the upcoming Twenty20 series, bowling New Zealand out for its lowest ever total in ODIs between the teams.Earlier, Tanzim Hasan Sakib took 3-14 and Shoriful Islam 3-22 — bo...
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2nd ODI: New Zealand clinch series with comfortable victory over Bangladesh | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: New Zealand secured an unassailable 2-0 lead in their one-day international series against Bangladesh with a convincing seven-wicket win in Nelson on Wednesday. Henry Nicholls fell just short of a century, contributing significantly to the Black Caps' successful chase of Bangladesh's target of 292.Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar had earlier played a stellar innings, scoring a superb 169 off 151 balls, guiding his team to a respectable total of 291 all out. However, Sarkar's efforts were not enough to break Bangladesh's ODI streak in New Zealand, as the visitors have now lost all 18 of their previous 50-over matches against the Black Caps in the country.Nicholls' innings of 95 off 99 balls led New Zealand's strong reply, steering them to a comfortable victory. The win in Nels...
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1st ODI: New Zealand triumphs over Bangladesh with Will Young’s century | Cricket News – Times of India

[ad_1] Opener Will Young displayed remarkable resilience, scoring a brisk century to lead New Zealand's recovery from a challenging start, securing a 44-run victory over Bangladesh in the rain-affected first ODI on Sunday.The match, shortened to 30 overs per side due to three rain delays in Dunedin during New Zealand's innings, witnessed a spirited comeback from the home side, posting an imposing total of 239-7.Facing an adjusted target of 245 in the three-match series opener, Bangladesh struggled to maintain momentum and finished at 200-9. New Zealand, despite losing two wickets in the opening over to seamer Shoriful Islam, regained control.A remarkable 171-run partnership for the third wicket between Young, who contributed 105 off 84 balls, and captain Tom Latham, who scored 92, tilted...