Dhaka, March 17. Having narrowly escaped a terror attack in a mosque that claimed 50 lives, a traumatised Bangladesh cricket team returned home with players stating that it will take some time for the normalcy to return.
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Veteran cricket coach Syed Altaf Hossain breathed his last at his residence in Dhaka on Tuesday evening at the age of 81. Late Altaf was a pioneer of cricket coaching in independent Bangladesh and a recipient of the National Sports Award.
He had been suffering from meningitis.Born in 1938 at Hooghly district of West Bengal, Altaf was a bowling all-rounder in his playing days. He was the first cricketer from erstwhile East Pakistan to be called up for Pakistan national cricket team in 1965, though he did not get a chance to play any match.Late Altaf was a pioneer of cricket coaching in independent Bangladesh and was involved with the national cricket team in many capacities from 1976 to 2001.He retired as cricket coach from National Sports Council in 2006.
Altaf was awarded National Sports Award in 1999 for his contribution in cricket. His first Namaz-e-Janaza will be held at the Hussaini Dalan Mosque, Nazimuddin Road after Zohr prayers today.His second Namaz-e-Janaza will be held at the National Sports Council at 3:30 pm.The Bangladesh Cricket Board expressed its condolence at the death of Syed Altaf Hossain and extended deepest sympathies to his bereaved family.
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The BBC understands Jeremy Wright will be given about 30 minutes of Mr Zuckerberg’s time. Mr Wright told the BBC he hoped to discuss ways to prevent online harm has been under intense scrutiny since the family of the British teenager Molly Russell claimed she took her own life after viewing material which glorified suicide on their photo sharing site, Instagram. Good reason to engage.The UK delegation, which includes minister for digital and culture Margot James, will also have spent time at Google, YouTube, , Pinterest, Apple, Snap and Tinder.
Mr Wright told the BBC he hoped the eventual proposal would become a model for other countries looking to temper ’s negative impacts. “So there’s good reason for these companies bit or any other to engage with us at this stage,” he said,No co-regulation Mr Zuckerberg did not, however, choose to engage with a DCMS committee during an 18-month investigation that . The report suggested the company knowingly violated data privacy and competition laws.One comment went as far as to describe the firm as being like a “digital gangster”. “The period of time that we’ve been through, where we’ve simply urged social media companies to do better and left them to regulate themselves, is a period that’s now coming to an end,” Mr Wright said,The BBC understands that former UK deputy prime minster Nick Clegg, recently appointed as ’s head of communications, will not be attending the meeting. In the past, Mr Clegg has spoken of his desire to produce “co-regulation” with governments, an approach Mr Wright said he did not plan to embrace.“It’s not a phrase I would use,” he said. “If regulation is what’s needed, only governments can produce it.”
At least 70 people have died after a massive fire engulfed apartment buildings that also housed chemical warehouses in the old city of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka.
At least 69 people have died in a huge blaze that tore through apartment buildings also used as chemical warehouses in an old part of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, fire officials said on Thursday.
DHAKA: ICC chairman Shashank Manohar has said the World Test championship has been introduced to stop the format from 'dying'.
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