Bangladesh’s muted celebrations after humbling India in Sunday’s Twenty20 series opener did not quite reflect the sense of relief they were feeling but Mushfiqur Rahim
In coastal Khulna, the worst-hit district in Bangladesh, trees swayed violently and were ripped from the ground in the fierce storm, blocking roads and hampering access to the area.
After suffering a crushing defeat in the national capital, the young Indian team will look to bounce back when they face Bangladesh in the second T20I on Thursday at the Saurashtra
Wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim scored a brilliant half-century as Bangladesh registered their first ever T20I victory over India here on Sunday. In what was the 1000th
Bangladesh carried out one of its biggest ever evacuation drives, moving some 2.1 million people to cyclone shelters specially built to minimise casualties from such storms, which can claim thousands of victims.
Three coaches were sent crashing off the tracks at Mondobhag station in the town of Kasba when a Dhaka-bound train and a locomotive bound for Chittagong collided.
The news of eight people who died in Cyclone Bulbul is so painful (“Eight dead as cyclone smashes into India, Bangladesh coasts,” Nov.10, Gulf Today). It is time the world helps people who are facing Cyclone Bulbul
A brilliant bowling performance by Deepak Chahar (6/7) helped India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in the third T20I to win the three-match series 2-1 at the VCA Stadium here on Sunday.
With Shreyas Iyer proving his worth with a maiden Twenty20 international fifty in Sunday’s series decider against Bangladesh, India’s search for a limited-overs No.4 batsman may finally be over.