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Dhaka, October 8: Nazmur Hasan Papon will serve as the President of Bangladesh Cricket Board for another four years. Of the 23 elected and two nominated by the National Sports Council - a total of 25 who have become board directors this time, Papon's acceptance is much higher. So it was certain that he would be the head of the board again.
Dhaka, October 1: Cricketer Nasir Hossain can go to jail for marrying a woman who had not completed her divorce from the previous marriage. His marriage to Tamima Sultana Tammi is currently unlawful. The information was revealed in a report filed in the court of Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jasim on Thursday. PBI investigation officer Mizanur Rahman submitted the report.
Dhaka, September 22: Sometime ago it seemed that Nazmul Hasan Papon would resign from the post of BCB president. He had said that doctors forbade him to take pressure, so want to reduce the workload, he was going to relinquish. That's why rumors were created about Papon's departure.
Dhaka, September 20: Tamim Iqbal did not play in the ODI series against Zimbabwe due to a knee injury and even missed the T20I home series against Australia and New Zealand. The ODI captain has also withdrawn from the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup due to a long absence from the short version of cricket.
Dhaka, September 16: Nasir Hossain, the one-time regular face of Bangladesh, has been out of the national team for almost three and a half years now. It is heard every season that he is trying to return to the national team, but has not been able to make a comeback yet to due to lack of form.
Dhaka, September 15: It has been a mixed day for Bangladesh cricket following the release of the latest T20I rankings by the International Cricket Council (ICC). On one hand, Shakib Al Hasan has dropped to number two in the allrounder's rankings, while Mustafizur Rahman has moved two places in the bowling chart.
Dhaka, September 10: Bangladesh's internation cricket umpire Nadir Shah has succumbed to cancer, after a prolonged battle with the deadly disease. He was admitted to a hospital in the Dhaka a few days ago and died at around 3:30 am on Friday.
Dhaka, September 9: The Bangladesh Cricket Board has announced the 15 men squad for the upcoming T20 cricket World Cup. Apart from the 15 players, to be lead by skipper Mahmudullah Riyad, two players have been named as travelling reserves.
Dhaka, September 9: After a dominating series win against Australia in the recently concluded T20I bilateral series, hosts Bangladesh has done it again, this time humbling the former's trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand.
Dhaka, September 6: Just a few days after bowling New Zealand out for a mere 60 runs and subjecting the Blackcaps to its lowest ever T20I score, Bangladesh were made to taste its own medicine on Sunday as Mahmudullah Riyad and his men folded for 76 runs.
Dhaka, September 4: After an embarrassing 60 all out in the first T20I against Bangladesh, visitors New Zealand came back strongly in the second match, yet losing by just four runs as the hosts took a 2-0 lead in the five match series, at the Sher-E-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Friday.
Dhaka, September 3: Star opener Tamim Iqbal has withdrawn from the upcoming T20 World Cup, to be hosted in the UAE and Oman starting from October 17.
Dhaka, September 1: Bangladesh won their first ever T20I match against New Zealand and did so in style by bowling out the latter for 60 runs in 16.5 overs at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium here in Mirpur on Wednesday. This is the visiting team's lowest T20I score till date.
Dhaka, August 9: There are defeats and then there are bone crushing blows and Australia, a powerhouse in cricket for decades, felt the latter as Bangladesh bowled them out for 62 runs- its lowest ever T20I score, on Monday, at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. The home side won the five-match series 4-1.
Dhaka, August 5: Just 24 hours after Australia were handed a heavy defeat by hosts Bangladesh, the former witnessed an encore, as Mahmudullah Riyad and his men made sure the visitors make their lowest ever T20I score while batting first and playing out all 120 legal deliveries.