Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • A mess locals could help fix

    The coronavirus pandemic has led many sectors to realise the importance of having their own resources. In that vein, Bangladesh cricket is facing tough questions about its reliance on foreign coaching staff.
  • Lax Mushy causes a stir

    International cricket made its return in England yesterday after a long break due to coronavirus pandemic. Many other countries like Sri Lanka, West Indies, Pakistan and South Africa had already made up their minds regarding taking the challenges in new normal
  • Nazmul shows a softer side

    He may be famous for the ‘Nagin dance’, his trademark celebration after scalping wickets on the international circuit, but left-arm spinner Nazmul Islam Apu showed another side to his character during these testing times.
  • National team players wary of risks of hasty return to cricket

    Bangladesh cricketers are currently spending an anxious time at home, mostly focusing on fitness as they wait for the coronavirus pandemic to end and for cricket to return.
  • ‘I enjoy being Killer Miller’

    When it comes to genuine hard-hitting batsmen in the current cricketing world, David Miller is one of the frontrunners.