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AFC Challange Cup
Sultan irks booters
Just three days ahead of the AFC Challenge Cup kicks off, national footballers and team management both were unsettled by Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) president SA Sultan's remarks that therehad
Chittagong take top honours
Chittagong might have failed to lift the four-day title of the just concluded National Cricket League but they took away the individual honours.
AFC Challenge Cup
banglalink presenting sponsor
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) yesterday unveiled bangla-link, one of the leading cellular phone operators in the country, as the presenting sponsor of the AFC Challenge Cup beginning in Bangladesh
BD-SL second A Test from today
Boosted by Mashrafee Bin Mortuza's inclusion, Bangladesh A take on their Sri Lankan counterparts in the second and final four-day Test that begins today at the Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogra.
Bhaji stymies England
Harbhajan Singh celebrated his comeback with a superb all-round show to guide India to a 39-run victory over England in the first one-dayer here on Tuesday.
SL in driving seat
Sri Lanka staged a fine second-innings batting display to move into the driver's seat on the third day of the first Test against Pakistan here on Tuesday.
Six-shooter Warne leads Australia to series victory
Shane Warne grabbed six wickets to spearhead Australia to an unbeatable 2-0 series victory over South Africa on Tuesday.
AFC Challenge Cup
Pakistan first to arrive
Philippines to miss Chelsea reserves
Pakistan were the first team to arrive in Dhaka last night to participate in the AFC Challenge Cup which kicks off on April 1.
UEFA Champs League
Inter feeling the heat
Inter Milan are under a familiar pressure ahead of tonight's Champions League quarterfinal, first leg, match against Spain's Villarreal.
UEFA Champs League
Lyon dreaming big
Lyon will attempt to keep their European dream alive Wednesday night without star playmaker Juninho but manager Gerard Houllier is unconcerned ahead of the Champions League quarterfinal first leg tieat
Ruud assured of WC place
Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy's place in the Dutch World Cup squad is not in doubt, according to coach Marco van Basten.
Guilty in Australia, innocent at home
Bangladeshi shooter Towfiqur Rahman Alo claimed to media on arrival at the Zia International Airport yesterday that he had not sexually harassed an Australian girl during the 18th Commonwealth Games in
Agent for cricketers
Six national cricketers including captain Habibul Bashar has signed a deal with a local agent on Tuesday to take care of their personal endorsements till next year's World Cup.
Dravid delighted
India's Rahul Dravid hailed off-spinner Harbhajan Singh after the captain's bowling gamble clinched a 39-run victory in the first one-day international against England on Tuesday.
Blatter declares war against G14
FIFA president Sepp Blatter warned Europe's elite soccer teams to prepare for "world war" if it persists in opposing the sport's governing body.
Keeper killed by carbon monoxide
Yvegeny Sukhina, a goalkeeper with Ukrainian club Simferopol Krymteplitsy, has been found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning, Ukrainian media reported on Monday.
Radiant Way sports held
The day-long annual sports competition of Radiant Way Kindergarten was held at school premises at Bamoil in Demra yesterday.
Independence Day Kabaddi
The Independence Day Kabaddi tournament, organised by the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs got underway at the Kabaddi stadium yesterday.
Khagrachhari Football
Laxmichari Zone defeated Manikchhari in the final of the Independence Day Football tournament at the High School ground yesterday.

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