- Foreign Affairs
- November 18, 2017
Leg-spinner Jubair Hossain now needs to wait a little longer to prove his worth for future selection in the national team
The Canada based production and distribution company ‘Shopno Scarecrow’ is going to produce the film.
The show is set to be recorded in Manchester next week and will be aired on TV in November.
In America, he was both loved and scoffed at, on the other hand in France, he became a comic icon.
A World XI tour kicks off in September followed by a short visit by Sri Lanka for a Twenty20 match in October, then a Twenty20 series against the West Indies a month later
A lot has been said about Mustafizur’s recent struggles but Taskin believes the left-arm pace bowler will come good against the Aussies
Recently, she finished shooting for the TV drama titled Dampatya, which is an episode of Lux Bhalobasar Sourabh-er Golpo.
Results of TIB survey indicate that police lack professionalism and accountability when it comes to clearance for passport, which is the main reason behind such rampant corruption in passport services.
The actor passed away on Monday afternoon around 6:15pm at United Hospital at the age of 75.
Since its first issue last September, Islamic State’s monthly Rumiyah magazine has provided detailed attack guides, including directions on how to perform stabbing and vehicular attacks, and to strike economic and religious targets
VARs are being trialled in various competitions around the world and made their Italian league debut at the weekend
The nomination of Social Democrat Schroeder to the board of Rosneft, subject to Western sanctions over Moscow’s role in the Ukraine crisis, has caused an outcry in Germany, especially in a climate of fear about any potential Russian interference in the September 24 vote
The election timing is in line with the Himalayan nation’s first republican constitution, drawn up in 2015, that requires a new parliament to be in place before January 21 next year
Tens of thousands of South Korean and US troops are taking part in the ‘Ulchi Freedom Guardian’ joint military drills, a largely computer-simulated exercise that runs for two weeks in the South
‘Bangladesh have got some quality batsmen all the way down the list. They actually got a really good record at home,’ said Australia coach Darren Lehmann
The exhibit places particular emphasis on Adolf Hitler’s biography, up to his suicide in the ‘Fuehrerbunker’
Darren Lehmann inspected the Fatullah Stadium on Monday, along with captain Steve Smith and team manager Kate Hutchinson
Doctors at the London hospital has taken him off the ventilator
On August 17, it was announced that Saudi’s King Salman had ordered the reopening of the Qatar border to allow pilgrims from the emirate to join the annual hajj pilgrimage to Mecca