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Bangladesh could host four-nation ODI series - Hassan
ESPN Cricinfo

Barca win derby against Espanyol

Nazmul Hassan, president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, has revealed that Bangladesh may host a four-nation ODI tournament in November this year. Hassan said West Indies had shown interest in a four-nation series, and stated Pakistan and Zimbabwe ... News From Bangladesh, 15 hours ago
Four-nation cricket tourney likely in Nov Financial Express Bangladesh, 3 weeks ago

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BCB to compensate PCB for cancelling 2012 tour

Provided by Wisden Nazmul Hassan, the BCB president, said the compensation could be between US$ 100,000 and US$ 300,000. AFP The Bangladesh Cricket Board has agreed to pay a certain amount of compensation to the Pakistan Cricket Board for ...
 MSN News US1 week ago BCB plans for 4-nation ODIs  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago BCB could compensate PCB up to $300,000  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Bangladesh could compensate PCB up to $300,000  DAWN Group3 weeks ago
Manorama Online

BCB aloof on ICC presidency

Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan has said they have little interest in the presidency. Earlier on Friday, he had said the board might make a decision on the matter in its meeting on Sunday. After the Sunday meeting, Hassan said ...
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Bangla confident India won't cancel tour despite Kamal row  Manorama Online3 weeks ago Mustafa Kamal's Resignation Won't Affect Ties with India: Bangladesh Cricket Board President  NDTV3 weeks ago Kamal's resignation will not affect …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

PCB will be compensated for cancelled tours, says BCB president

KARACHI: Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan said on Friday that the board will pay Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) around $100,000 to $300,000 for postponing two tours to Pakistan in 2012, according to ESPNcricinfo . Nazmul ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Mustafa Kamal's resignation is 'unfortunate': Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan  DNA3 weeks ago BCB boss says Mustafa Kamal's resignation as ICC president 'unfortunate'  Ani News3 weeks ago BCB to compensate PCB for postponing tours  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago
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ESPN Cricinfo

'Whole episode is unfortunate' - Hassan

BCB president Nazmul Hassan has called AHM Mustafa Kamal's resignation from the ICC 'unfortunate'. He has also said the controversy stemming from the Bangladesh-India World Cup quarterfinal would not affect relations between the two countries
 ESPN Cricinfo3 weeks ago Whole episode is unfortunate: Hassan  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
ESPN Cricinfo

BCB to ask India to play three ODIs

Nazmul Hassan, the BCB president, has said Bangladesh will ask India to play three ODIs rather than one Test against them later this year. Nazmul however did not explain the board's preference towards the shorter format. Nazmul had confirmed in February last ...
 ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago BCB wants ODI series  The Telegraph2 months ago Bangladesh want to play three ODIs with India instead of one Test match  Sportskeeda.com2 months ago Bangladesh to ask India to play ODIs  Prokerala2 months ago
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Nazmul, Shafiuzzaman elected BASS president, secretary general

DHAKA, March 23, 2105 (BSS) - Nazmul Hassan MP, Managing Director, Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd and S M Shafiuzzaman, Managing Director, Hudson Pharmaceuticals Ltd. have been elected President and Secretary General respectively of Bangladesh Aushad ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago

BD U-19s a win away

Nazmul Hossain Shanto led from the front with an all-round performance to give Bangladesh Under-19 cricketers a 3-1 lead over South Africa Under-19s in the seven-match youth ODI series as the home side posted a 26-run win at the Sheikh Kamal ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
Central Chronicle

World Cup 2015: PM Sheikh Hasina claims Bangladesh were made to lose WC quarterfinal to India

When Hassan connected a loudspeaker to the phone, Hasina said, "We would have won if the umpires did not give wrong decisions. Inshaallah, Bangladesh will win in the future. Bangladesh will become world champions someday." Wading into the ...
 DNA India1 month ago Umpires made Tigers lose to India: Bangladesh PM  Central Chronicle1 month ago Bangladesh were made to lose to India: Hasina  The Echo Of India1 month ago We were made to lose in Quarters to India: Sheikh Hasina  Asian Age1 month ago
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Hasina awards cricket team after thrashing Pakistan

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday announced that flats and cars along with prize money will be given to the national cricket team for its brilliant performance in the World Cup and home series against Pakistan. ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 hours ago Bangladesh cricket team to receive money, flats, cars  ProKerala.com1 day ago Victorious Bangladesh cricket team to receive money, flats, cars  IBNLive India News1 hour ago Bangladesh cricketers receive money, flats, cars after thrashing ...  The Nation Pakistan11 hours ago
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