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  • Bogura’s local women cricketers hit hard by Covid-19

    Since the halt of cricketing activities due to the coronavirus pandemic, the hardships of male domestic cricketers were well documented, but the plight of female domestic players is as bad, if not worse.
  • Age is just a number

    How often is it that people shy away from doing something just because they think they are too old to do that? Bangladesh wicketkeeper batter Shamima Sultana is different from everyone in that regard. And hence, her story of emergence is also unique and different from most of her teammates.
  • ‘Want to take my mom for a ride in my own car’

    From an outsider’s point of view, cricket in Bangladesh may always seem glamorous. It is however not the case always, especially not for women cricketers.
  • Heritage sites, museums to open tomorrow after 6-month closure

    Bangladesh government has decided to open all heritage sites and museums under the Department of Archaeology on a limited scale from tomorrow after six months' closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • An inexplicable exile

    Before winning the Under-19 World Cup this year, the young Tigers went to the Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogura in December 2019 to prepare for the global showpiece event in South Africa. U-19 captain Akbar Ali, their manager and coach told this correspondent that Bogura has grassy wickets and boast the best bouncy wickets in the country.