Monday, September 21, 2015



Germany's Angelique Kerber heads into this week's Miami Open in the unusual position of having regained the world number

Tigers lost to SL President's XI in warm-up match

Despite of heroic attempts of batsmen, Tigers lost to Sri Lank President's XI by 2 runs in the warm-match,

‘No special plan to stop Bale’

Ireland have no special plan to nullify Welsh superstar Gareth Bale in Friday's crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier because

'Hamilton Test could define NZ's season'

Black Cups' wicketkeeper BJ Watling says that the upcoming Hamilton Test against South Africa could define New Zealand's summer

Argentina to face Chile in South America WC race

The unthinkable prospect of a World Cup without Argentina or Lionel Messi could move a step closer to becoming

BD beat PAK in Deaf T20

Bangladesh deaf cricket team shrugged off their previous match defeat as they bounced back to record a 25-run victory

Nazmul, Milon move ahead in Asia Cup

Bangladeshi male archer Ram Nazmul Huda moved second round in Archery Asia Cup World Ranking tournament stage 2 beating

Call for calm as India tour 'toxicity' grows

A leading Indian commentator has hit out at the "toxicity" blighting the series against Australia, and called for both

Tigers’ chance to play 2019 WC directly

Italian football's first woman to manage a male team

Italy is known to be one of most football-crazy countries in the world.

PM describes Shakib as "wonder" of cricket

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina here today described Shakib Al Hasan, the star all-rounder of Bangladesh cricket team, as a

Tigers hope for more Tests

Bangladesh's historic Test victory in Sri Lanka should encourage more teams to find space in their schedules to play

Federer climbs 6th after Indian Wells

Roger Federer jumped four places to sixth in the latest ATP rankings released Monday, leapfrogging rival Rafael Nadal following

Germany, England to play friendly match

The World champions Germany host England in a prestige friendly in Dortmund on Wednesday with both coaches primed to

No date for Kvitova after knife attack

Petra Kvitova has regained the use of her racquet hand badly injured three months ago in a knife attack

BCB name squad for Asia Cup

The higher authority of Bangladesh Cricket, BCB announced the squad for upcoming Emerging Teams Asia Cup Bangladesh 2017 tournament.

Handscomb, Marsh help Aussies to draw toughest Ranchi Test

Half-centuries from Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh help Australia to hold out for a draw in the toughest 3rd

Messi double edges six goal thriller Barca's way

Barcelona closed to within two points of Real Madrid at the top of La Liga as Lionel Messi scored

Vesnina beats Svetlana to win Indian Wells title

Elena Vesnina capped a stellar Indian Wells campaign with a hard-fought 6-7 (6/8), 7-5, 6-4 triumph over fellow Russian

Federer beats Wawrinka for 5th Indian Wells title

Roger Federer claimed a record-equaling 5th ATP Indian Wells Masters title on Sunday, continuing his careerresurgence with a 6-4, 7-5

Aguero saves Liverpool, Fellaini leads ManU

Sergio Aguero netted a 69th-minute equalizer in a gripping 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday to prevent Manchester City

NZ unchanged for 3rd Test

New Zealand's squad will remain unchanged for the third Test against South Africa in Hamilton despite the mauling the

BCB call forgotten players in squad

Bangladesh Cricket Board in a recent meeting are contemplating to include allrounder Nasir Hossain, Test batsman Mominul Haque, wicketkeeper

Deaf Asia Cup to begin today

The T20 Deaf Asia Cup championship will begin today at city club ground in Mirpur. Deputy Minister on Youth

Congratulations Tigers

1.     Bangladesh Cricket team pose with the trophy after the historical 100th Test victory in Colombo.

Chelsea down Stoke City, Dawson darkens Arsenal gloom

Gary Cahill kept Chelsea's title charge on track as the defender's 87th-minute winner gave the Premier League leaders a