‘Don’t neglect physically-challenged people’

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged all not to neglect the physically and mentally-challenged people and children as they could show their mettle is the scopes are given.   “It’s my fervent call to the teachers of all educational institutions and guardians Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Pride on the pitch

Cricket is the second-most popular sport in the world, with an estimated fan following of 2.5 billion people, with most of them coming from Asia, Australia and the UK. Generally, any sport is viewed as a game for those who Thursday, August 27th, 2015

Football’s inexorable triumph

  For the world’s legions of football followers, the realisation that the World Cup finals actually end is crueller than the game itself. Ah, that World Cup. That promise, the delivery, the deliverance of a month every four years, for which Monday, July 7th, 2014

London 2012- a wealth of opportunity

  From innovative design to sustainable construction, renewable energy to high-tech infrastructure - London 2012 showcases the cream of British talent and unlocks a myriad of opportunities for overseas firms to tap into.   With less than a year to go until the Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Between expectation and fantasy

  Towheed Feroze For Bangladesh, the days of tension and calculations are over. We are not going to the last eight, but seriously, did we, in a state of logical mind, expect to end up in the quarter finals? The truth is Friday, April 8th, 2011
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