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Pollard, Ramdin rescue West Indies -

ESPNcricinfo.comPollard, Ramdin rescue West IndiesESPNcricinfo.comBy the time Ramdin brought up his half-century in the 31st over, Bangladesh had all but given up. A small rain delay broke the flow of the partnership, but despite Ramdin's dismissal for 74 off 76 balls shortly after the resumption, Pollard thundered ...

Bangladesh must kick losing habit to save series -

ESPNcricinfo.comBangladesh must kick losing habit to save seriesESPNcricinfo.comWest Indies sweated for their 1-0 lead on Wednesday but it could prove a crucial advantage in a series likely to be affected by rain. While it is unlikely the hosts will be as slipshod in the second game, Bangladesh are still searching for a ...West Indies vs Bangladesh, 2nd ODI: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and PreviewBleacher ReportPollard, Ramdin snuff out Bangladesh's hopesBangladesh News 24 hoursTest Cricket Not in Focus as Bangladesh, West Indies Start SeriesWall Street JournalIBNLive -Prothom Alo (English) -Cricket Countryall 302 news articles »

West Indies v Bangladesh / News -

ESPNcricinfo.comWest Indies v Bangladesh / NewsESPNcricinfo.comThe penultimate ball of the last ODI series between Bangladesh and West Indies is a mini YouTube sensation. Elias Sunny, having thought that Nasir Hossain's slice off Andre Russell had gone to the boundary, began uprooting the stumps in celebration.

'Nano' hits Bangladesh market - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Economic Times'Nano' hits Bangladesh marketBangladesh News 24 hoursThe much-publicised 'Nano' car manufactured by India's Tata Motors has hit the Bangladesh market. Print Friendly and PDF. Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed launched the vehicle at a function at Ruposhi Bangla Hotel in Dhaka on Wednesday. Nitol Motors ...Tata Motors launches Nano car in Bangladesh marketEconomic Timesall 89 news articles »

US Army-Bangladesh exercise hones earthquake disaster response - Stars and Stripes

US Army-Bangladesh exercise hones earthquake disaster responseStars and StripesCol. Mohammad Tawhid-Ul-Islam of the Bangladesh Armed Forces Division delivers a presentation on the Dhaka City Earthquake Contingency Response Plan on Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, the opening day of the Pacific Resilience Disaster Relief Exercise and ...

Tata to launch two new models a year in Bangladesh - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Tata to launch two new models a year in BangladeshBangladesh News 24 hoursJohnny Oommen, Tata's Head of International Business, who came to Dhaka to join the event, believed people in Bangladesh were able to spend more since the economy had been showing steady progress. ?Bangladesh is going ahead economically.

West Indies vs. Bangladesh, 1st ODI: Highlights, Scorecard, Report - Bleacher Report

Bleacher ReportWest Indies vs. Bangladesh, 1st ODI: Highlights, Scorecard, ReportBleacher ReportWest Indies just about snuck past Bangladesh by three wickets in the first one-day international in Grenada to take a 1-0 lead in the series. The Bangladeshis could muster just 217-9 in their innings, which the hosts reached with seven wickets down ...

PM for more Japanese investment - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Energy BanglaPM for more Japanese investmentBangladesh News 24 hoursPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought more Japanese investment to help Bangladesh become a middle-income country by 2021. Print Friendly and PDF. Hasina met a four-member delegation attending the Joint Bangladesh-Japan Public-Private ...PM orders fresh biddings for offshore blocksProthom Alo (English)PM seeks more Japanese investmentFinancial Express BangladeshInvite fresh bids for offshore blocks: HasinaThe Daily Starall 13 news articles »

Japan-Bangladesh economic dialogue - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Japan-Bangladesh economic dialogueBangladesh News 24 hoursAs business becomes difficult in China due to rising costs and anti-Japanese hostility, Japanese businesses are looking alternatives in Asia and Bangladesh, India and other countries in South-east Asia are emerging as preferred investment destinations.

Bangladesh lags behind in 4 indicators: ADB - Bangladesh News 24 hours

The Daily StarBangladesh lags behind in 4 indicators: ADBBangladesh News 24 hoursAsian Development Bank has found Bangladesh to be lagging behind in education, ICT, innovation and knowledge economy compared to most of South Asian and Pacific nations. Print Friendly and PDF. An ADB research conducted in 28 countries showed ...Bangladesh ranks poor in ICT, educationThe Daily StarBangladesh to join BRICS BankAll India RadioGoldman Sachs wants to invest in BD mega projectsFinancial Express Bangladeshall 17 news articles »

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