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Bangladesh’s Supreme Court commutes Islamist leader's death sentence

Bangladesh’s Supreme Court commutes Islamist leader's death sentence

17 Sep 2014

Dhaka: Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Wednesday commuted to life imprisonment a death sentence handed to a top Islamist leader convicted of war crimes during the country's war of liberation in 1971, the prosecution said.

Bangladesh Supreme Court,   Life imprisonment,   Death sentence,   Islamist leader,   1971 war crimes,   Bangladesh war crimes,  
Chanderpaul thwarts <strong>Bangladesh</strong> once again

Chanderpaul thwarts Bangladesh once again

16 Sep 2014

Gros-Islet (Saint Lucia): Shivnarine Chanderpaul's phenomenal run of form against Bangladesh continued with the veteran West Indies batsman unbeaten on 63 in guiding his team to 208 for four, an overall lead of 427, at stumps on the third day of the second and final Test at the Beausejour Stadium.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul,   Bangladesh,   West Indies,   Leon Johnson,   Kraigg Braithwate,   Suleiman Benn,   Mahmudullah,   Jermain Blackwood,  
40 districts in Uttar Pradesh declared drought-hit

40 districts in Uttar Pradesh declared drought-hit

17 Sep 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday decided to declare 40 districts as drought hit and suspended all revenue realisation in these districts. He also demanded Rs 6,061 crore package from the Centre for dealing with the natural calamity.

40 districts,   Uttar Pradesh,   drought-hit,   monsoon,   rains,   UP,   SP,   Akhilesh Yadav,  
Sulieman Benn puts right spin on West Indies 500th Test

Sulieman Benn puts right spin on West Indies 500th Test

17 Sep 2014

Gros Islet: Spinner Sulieman Benn took five wickets and Jerome Taylor reached the milestone of 100 Test wickets as Bangladesh crumbled to a 296-run defeat late on the fourth day of the second and final Test against the West Indies at the Beausejour Stadium.

West Indies spinner,   Sulieman Benn,   Jerome Taylor,   100 Test wickets,   Bangladesh cricket,   Test cricket West Indies cricket,  
No Gayle for second Test against <strong>Bangladesh</strong>

No Gayle for second Test against Bangladesh

12 Sep 2014

Gros Islet (St. Lucia): The West Indies will have to do without talismanic opener Chris Gayle for the second and final Test against Bangladesh, starting on Saturday at the Beausejour Cricket Ground.

Chris Gayle,   Bangladesh,   West Indies,   second Test,   St Lucia,   personal problem,   Windies board,  
Kerala receives 9 percent excess rainfall: Meteorological Centre

Kerala receives 9 percent excess rainfall: Meteorological Centre

15 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala has received nine percent excess rainfall till September 10, contrary to some earlier weather reports that predicted deficit during this South West monsoon season.

Meteorological Centre,   excess rainfall,   South West monsoon season,   India Meteorological Department,   K Santhosh,  
History-maker Chanderpaul cherishes Windies' 500th Test

History-maker Chanderpaul cherishes Windies' 500th Test

13 Sep 2014

Gros Islet (St. Lucia): West Indies' most capped player, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, is cherishing the 500th Test to be played by the regional side, and says it is a reminder of the rich cricketing heritage of the Caribbean.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul,   West Indies,   500th Test,   Bangladesh,   Windies,   Caribbean cricket,  
<strong>Bangladesh</strong> paceman Amin reported for suspect action

Bangladesh paceman Amin reported for suspect action

11 Sep 2014

Dubai: Bangladesh paceman Al-Amin Hossain has become the latest bowler to be reported for a suspect action and has to undergo biomechanical tests within 21 days, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Wednesday.

Al-Amin Hossain,   Bangladesh paceman,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,   world cricket,  
India, <strong>Bangladesh</strong> sign MoU on traditional medicine

India, Bangladesh sign MoU on traditional medicine

10 Sep 2014

Dhaka: Bangladesh and India have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for enhanced cooperation in the fields of traditional medicine like Ayurveda and Unani, as World Health Organisation decided to lay an extra focus on the issue as an ‘important part of healthcare’ in the region.

Bangladesh and India,   memorandum of understanding,   Ayurveda,   Unani,   World Health Organisation ,  
India, <strong>Bangladesh</strong> to start regular coastal shipping service

India, Bangladesh to start regular coastal shipping service

09 Sep 2014

Dhaka: India and Bangladesh are all set to start a regular coastal shipping service, media here reported on Tuesday.

regular coastal shipping service,   Bangladesh Foreign Minister,   AH Mahmud AIi,   connectivity,   commerce,   trade and transit ,  

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