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Daily Archives: November 26, 2019

7-digit send-off motivates Smith for 2nd Test vs Pakistan

Adelaide (AP/UNB) — A seven-digit send-off has Australia batsman Steve Smith motivated for an improved performance against Pakistan in the second cricket Test. Smith was looking to extend his strong form that netted him 774 runs in seven innings when Australia retained the Ashes in England. But in the first innings of the first Test at the Gabba in Brisbane ... Read More »

Bangladesh to start SA Games campaign with Volleyball

Dhaka – Bangladesh will start the 13th South Asian (SA) Games campaign with men’s and women’s volleyball competitions on Wednesday at NSC Tripureshwor Covered Hall in Kathmandu, four days before the official opening of the seven-nation biggest regional meet. Seven South Asian countries – Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Pakistan. India Sri Lanka and hosts Nepal –will compete in 26 disciplines ... Read More »

Mashrafe visits Walton Factory in Gazipur

Dhaka – Bangladesh ODI captain and brand ambassador of Walton Group Mashrafe Bin Mortaza visited the Walton Factory at Chandra in Gazipur on Monday. Mashrafe, a parliament member from Narail-2 constituency, played cricket with factory officials and workers of the Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited and gave them some tips on cricket during his day-long tour. Mashrafe also visited the production ... Read More »

ManU delegates inspect BNS for friendly match in Dhaka

Dhaka – A four-member delegates of the English Premier League giants Manchester United Football Club (MUFC) inspected Bangabandhu National Stadium on Tuesday to play a friendly match here in July 2020 marking the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. MUFC delegation members are- Director of Football Allan John Dawson, Director of Tours and Friendlies Christoffer ... Read More »

Five lessons for journalism in the age of rage

by Karin Pettersson on 25th November 2019 @AB_Karin For Karin Pettersson, journalism has never been more challenging—and never more important. The news-media industry has long lamented about how the digital revolution has broken its business models. Today, a majority of digital advertising money goes to Facebook and Google, and media companies are struggling to reinvent themselves through digital subscriptions. But ... Read More »