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Live updates: Watch Tom Latham ignite Black Caps' innings at the crease with monstrous sixes en route to stellar century
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LIVE: Black Caps rebuild through Nicholls and Santner after Ro...

Welcome to 1 NEWS NOW's live coverage of day twoof the second Test between the Black Caps and Bangladesh at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. 4:50pm: NZL 237/4 - 62 overs (Nicholls 41, Santner 21*) Henry Nicholls and Mitch Santner bring up 50 ... ONE News, 3 days ago

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Brisk business in quilt

Quilt makers in Sylhet are busy from morning till midnight as the demand for quilts has increased amid fall in temperature. People are crowding the shops of quilt makers in the towns and rural areas in the district to buy new quilts or get old ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago
ONE News

Live updates: NZ openers fall cheaply as Black Caps need 178 to win first Test

Welcome to our live coverage of day five of the Black Caps' first Test against Bangladesh in Wellington. Tim Southee and Trent Boult struck as New Zealand searched for a remarkable Test win. Source: SKY 3:11pm - NZ 39/2, 12 overs (Williamson ...
 ONE News1 week ago Live updates: Black Caps v Bangladesh - Neesham, Munro fall after bright start  ONE News2 weeks ago Live updates: Taylor falls as Black Caps close in on victory  ONE News1 week ago Live updates: Black Caps to chase 237 for series clean sweep  ONE News3 weeks ago
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Cricket-Bangladesh make solid start in rainy first test v NZ

Bangladesh's Mominul Haque runs after playing a shot. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain WELLINGTON Persistent rain and bad light affected much of the opening day's play in the first test between New Zealand and Bangladesh on Thursday with the ...
 Reuters UK1 week ago Bangladesh make solid start in rainy first test vs. New Zealand  Channel NewsAsia1 week ago

Nation observes 'Democracy Restoration Day' today

The nation will observe "Democracy Restoration Day" today marking the fall of the then military dictator HM Ershad, who was forced to step down on this day in 1990 in the face of a mass uprising. Ershad, who grabbed power through a military coup ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago The Rocky Road of Democracy  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

BD fall short by 77 runs

In spite of stiff resistance from the middle order batters, Bangladesh fell short by 77 runs chasing 341 against New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today The match was streamed live by Channel Nine Sports on their Youtube Page. After ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago

A girl's struggle against child marriage

Author: Shahazada Basunia || Published in Dhaka by Tofazzal Hossain, First Edition: June 2016. PP. 128 Reviewed By Bayezid Dawla Love in Teary Eyes' is a novel by Shahazada Basunia depicting the love story of Aurnob and adolescent Tripti who ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago

Joy for Kolkata, agony for Kerala in shoot-out

How the big men fall! Two of the most outstanding players in the Hero Indian Super League, Atletico de Kolkata's Iain Hume and Kerala Blasters Cedric Hengbart, messed up their penalties in the tie-breaker, but it was ATK which went wild with ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Belfort, CK Vineeth among Kerala's stand-out players  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Another dies, 10 more fall sick in Sylhet

A 65-year-old woman died after eating puffer fish and 10 more fell sick yesterday in Jaintapur upazila of the district. Five people, including two children, died on Tuesday due to the same reason. District Civil Surgeon Md Habibur Rahman said ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Protect Sitalakhya from pollution

Owing to the fall in underground water levels, WASA has been purifying surface water from Sitalakhya river to maintain supply to Dhaka dwellers. Excess pollution from industrial waste has been smearing the river's colour black, giving it a pungent ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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