Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • Plans afoot but restart uncertain

    Even with the world still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, cricket is preparing to make a return to the field of play. West Indies are all set to tour England for a three-match Test series next month while Sri Lankan have also begun training in Colombo.
  • ‘Youngsters need pace’

    Lance Klusener was one of the most exciting seam-bowling all-rounders of the last 30 years. He peaked during the 1999 World Cup but the
  • Ashik’s second life

    From being detected as the first Covid-19 positive case in Bangladesh cricket on May 9 to successfully recovering from coronavirus and leaving the hospital on May 29 – the three weeks were perhaps the toughest journey in entire life for Ashikur Rahman.
  • A talisman for Mashrafe, and now the nation

    A bracelet that former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza looked to for luck for most of his international career will now also bring some succour for many in dire straits as the country fights the coronavirus pandemic. Mashrafe had put the talisman up for auction to aid in the battle against the virus, and it was bought on Sunday by the Bangladesh Leasing and Finance Companies Association (BLFCA) for a whopping Tk 42 lakh.
  • Tamim can apply Rohit’s mantra to stay on top

    Tamim Iqbal’s role as an opener has changed over the years. The left-hander that started as a flamboyant hard-hitting batsman has now turned to a more matured and experienced opening batsman who wants to bat longer and play big knocks.