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  1. Bangladesh has fewer than 300 psychiatrists for 170 million people while stigma around mental illness prevents those afflicted from seeking help
  2. Pakistan did the unthinkable Wednesday when they bowled out Bangladesh twice in two days to win rain-hit Dhaka Test
  3. Pakistani pacer gives savage response to Bangladeshi crowd for 'Matthew Wade' taunts
  4. 34-year-old Bangladeshi cricketer reaches milestone with figures of 2/17 during ICC T20 World Cup match against Scotland at Muscat
  5. "If your reaction was intended to mock or ridicule people who posted on social media, it´s totally forbidden in Islam"
  6. Tashnuva, 29, says she faced discrimination throughout her life and attempted to commit suicide four times
  7. It's no secret that most Indian parents simply love to taunt their kids if they are found oversleeping. Every desi parent just loves to call out their kid if they sleep too much. Too much sleep means being less productive, and nope, that is just not acceptable in a regular Indian household. Meet 35-year-old Bhambal Sil from Manikganj, Bangladesh, who possesses the incredible talent of sleeping continuously for days. And there is absolutely nothing his parents can do about it! © Jamuna TV Apparently, he can even sleep for seven days at a stretch without eating any food. Now, we don't know if that is awesome or just downright disturbing. Check out the video here- According to a video by Jamuna TV, Bhambal never showed such behaviour as a kid but after reaching the age of 15, his sleeping pattern changed and has continued to be like this for the past twenty years. Not only this, Bhambal’s eating and bathing patterns are also very unusual as he can eat food meant for 4-5 people and takes a bath for hours on. His family is struggling a lot to manage to get so much food for him on a regular basis as it's proving to be a herculean task. © Unsplash According to doctors, Bhambal is suffering from a complex illness which, luckily, can be cured with the help of the right medical assistance. View the full article
  8. We really can't go even a week without a stupid comment from a politician, can we? It's entertaining as hell, but at the same time, it's very concerning that these people are responsible for our country. This time, it's BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya who shared his beautiful observation - apparently, you can tell a person is from Bangladesh if they eat Poha. Yes, Poha, one of the most common breakfast foods in India. © Reuters He made this comment after he recently had some construction work done at his house and noted that some of the labourers had 'strange eating habits' since they were only eating Poha. BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya says some of the labourers carrying out construction work at his house recently were likely to be Bangladeshis as they had "strange" eating habits and were consuming only 'poha' (flattened rice) â Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) January 23, 2020 I've honestly said this a million times before but I feel like I need to keep saying it - there needs to be a freaking IQ cutoff to become a politician! It's high time. Till then, we can always trust the people of the internet to troll the **** out of any and every stupid comment, because that's what they deserve. Important question. Is Poha not indian ? https://t.co/7LTFH7aMor â Devdutt Pattanaik (@devduttmyth) January 24, 2020 Oops. Errm. *looks at breakfast plate laden with poha* https://t.co/sMeNkLIOFt â Kiran Manral (@KiranManral) January 24, 2020 Apparently not. Isnât poha literally a typical Maharashtrian dish https://t.co/b6rF0bAu3v â feminist killjoy (@Saisailu97) January 24, 2020 At least according to this guy. Now you can trace them by the food they eat? #Poha https://t.co/zyn5hDznYM â Ravinder Singh (@_RavinderSingh_) January 24, 2020 Almost everyone, tbh. If eating poha is a proof of being Bangladeshi, then half of India, including my family, is Bangladeshi! https://t.co/VmspQnpYbW â nikhil wagle (@waglenikhil) January 24, 2020 No logic found. By this logic Indori and Punekars are also Bangladeshi. What a tool. â à¤à¤à¤¶à¥à¤² (@Ghair_Kanooni) January 24, 2020 Nope. I wonder whether this man has heard of Krishna and Sudama .... and the story of the gift of poha. https://t.co/ZXV74PbayQ â Harini Calamur (@Calamur@mastodon.social) (@calamur) January 24, 2020 No one knows. Poha toh main bhi daily khata hoon but do not understand how Poha is connect with Bangladesh ? â Abhishek Mishra (@Abhishek_Mshra) January 23, 2020Good point. This means you are not paying them well, they could only afford 'poha.' It might sound strange to you,but in Bengal, we don't call it poha! https://t.co/MNyHuxzq5k â vijaita singh (@vijaita) January 24, 2020 What happened? Really strange that construction workers in Indore were consuming Poha - a staple & cheap food of Madhya Pradesh -easily available too - and then we wonder what happened to the Indian growth story - https://t.co/sZhG9od7Uu â Yasmin Kidwai (@YasminKidwai) January 24, 2020 View the full article
  9. BJP West Bengal chapter president Dilip Ghosh. Photo courtesy Orissa PostA senior leader of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) on Sunday said that the government is committed to implementing the proposed nationwide National Register of India and announced that the government will send back 10 million Bangladeshi Muslims living in the West Bengal state illegally, Indian media reported. BJP's West Bengal unit chief Dilip Ghosh passed the remarks while addressing a rally in the Indian city of Barasat. Ghosh said that those opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are “anti-Bengali and against the idea of India”. He alleged that 10 million illegal Muslims have been "thriving" in West Bengal and taking advantage of the government's Rs2 per kg subsidy on rice. "We will send them back," he announced. "These illegal Bangladeshi Muslims are involved in arsons across the state," Ghosh alleged. The BJP leader said that he did not fear being labelled a communal for supporting the cause of Hindu refugees, who had to run for their life after due to religious persecution. "Those who are opposing the CAA are either anti-India or anti-Bengali. They are against the idea of India that is why they are opposing Hindu refugees getting citizenship," claimed Ghosh. Also read: 2,838 Pakistanis given citizenships by Modi govt in last 6 years, claims Indian minister The BJP leader said his "heart bleed for infiltrators" while taking a jibe at prominent personalities, for opposing the CAA and the proposed nationwide NRC. "What about Hindu refugees? They don't have any answers. This is a double standard," Ghosh asked. India has been rocked by protests against the controversial citizenship law introduced by the Modi-led government at the backend of 2019. For many analysts, the protests have become a major challenge for the Indian government. The law, which offers fast-track citizenship to non-Muslim nationals from three neighbouring countries, is the latest policy instituted by Modi's government that critics accuse of marginalising Muslims in the Hindu-majority nation. Also read: Indian teacher suspended for telling schoolgirls opposing CAA to 'go to Pakistan' During his nearly six years in power, BJP has renamed places with Islamic-origin names, rewritten history textbooks to diminish or discredit the role of Muslim leaders, and stripped the Muslim-dominated region of Kashmir of its special autonomy. Modi has insisted the legislation will have no impact on Muslims, however his party's 2019 election pledge to conduct a nationwide survey to identify illegal immigrants has raised fears among Muslims of becoming stateless, with no fast-track naturalisation option available to them.
  10. Grand Mosque in Makkah: Photo: ReutersMAKKAH: A Bangladeshi man committed suicide by throwing himself off the roof of the Grand Mosque in Makkah on Friday, a week after a Frenchman had jumped off the mosque's roof. The man threw himself to death...
  11. The incident comes three years after the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes in similar circumstances/AFP DHAKA: A Bangladeshi teenager died in hospital in Dhaka after he was hit by a ball while umpiring a cricket match, police said on Saturday. Rafiqul Islam, 17, was declared dead at Dhaka Medical College Hospital late Friday after being rushed there in critical condition following the incident at Balur Math ground in Bangladesh´s capital. "A group of youths were playing cricket in the field and the boy was the umpire. He collapsed on the field after a ball hit him in the chest," local police chief Enamul Haque told AFP. "He is from a very poor family. His father is a rickshaw-puller and mother works as a housemaid. They buried him last night," he said. Club cricketer in Mardan dies after being struck by bouncer Zubair Ahmed copped a blow to his head while batting at a cricket academy in Mardan The incident comes three years after the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes in similar circumstances. Hughes, who played 26 Tests, died from bleeding on the brain in November 2014 after being hit on the base of the skull by a ball during a domestic match in Sydney. His death stunned Australia and the world cricket community, sparking an outpouring of grief and intensifying a focus on player safety.
  12. DHAKA: A Bangladeshi man has died after a clash over illegal betting on an Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament match, police said Saturday. Santosh Kumar, 33, died in a hospital on Friday night, two days after the incident in the northern Lalmonirhat district. "He bet taka 50 (62 cents) with some of friends over an IPL match on May 2. He won the bet but others refused to pay him the money, triggering an altercation," local police inspector Mostafa Kamal told AFP. "During the quarrel, someone kicked him on the scrotum, leaving him injured. He died in Rangpur Medical College Hospital," he said. Police are investigating the death, but no arrests have been made so far. Betting is illegal in Bangladesh but remains widespread in rural areas, especially during domestic and international cricket matches. Last year Bangladesh telecoms regulators blocked 12 betting sites following a request from the police. IPL is a popular event in the South Asian nation, broadcast live by a local television station. Two local cricketers -- all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and left arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman -- have taken part in the cash-rich event this season. But both have already returned home and joined their national side in England after playing just one match each for their respective franchises of Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad.
  13. Cricket, as a sport continues to evolve over the years. The bats are getting bigger, boundaries look smaller and the poor bowlers appear out of sorts. Astronomical records are being registered every day, only to be broken again by another bloke the very same week. But, while we have surely seen some of the most unbelievable feats being achieved on the cricket field, there is nothing like the one that was recently recorded in the Bangladesh club cricket. Bangladeshi club bowler, Sujon Mahmud, conceded 92 runs in a mere four deliveries to deliberately lose a match as a mark of protest against the biased umpiring in their league. © Twitter During a 50-over game of Dhaka Second Division League on 11 April, Lalmatia Club were dismissed for just 88 runs in 14 overs before their opponents Axiom Cricketers notched up the paltry total in just four deliveries. Lalmatia's opening bowler Mahmud sent down 13 wides and three no-balls in the very first over. All those deliveries raced away to the boundary, costing his side a further 80 runs. Axiom opener Mustafizur Rahman (not the one you think) struck three fours in four legitimate deliveries to seal the game in just 0.4 overs and register a 10-wicket win in the Capital's City Club ground. According to reports, Lalmatia Club secretary Adnan Rahman revealed that Mahmud bowled the wides and no-balls deliberately as a mark of protest for biased umpiring. "Throughout the league we were subjected to poor and biased umpiring," Adnan said. He further alleged that the umpires did not even allow their team captain to see the coin after the toss. "They tossed the coin and said: Okay you bat. Very soon we found our team had lost five wickets for just 11 runs inside seven overs," he said. The exploits during the game angered the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) which organises club cricket in Dhaka. The president of the BCB, Nazmul Hasan Papon, is a lawmaker in the ruling party and is also believed to be pretty close to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. "This is very unusual...so many wides and no-balls. We have asked match officials to submit a report in this regard. Once we've received the report, we will launch a formal investigation," BCB spokesperson Jalal Yunus said. This is the second incident in the last eight days that has raised eyebrows for all the wrong reasons. On 4th April, one of the Bangladesh national dailies reported digital manipulation in the league during a relegation play-off match involving Kathal Bagan Green Crescent Club and North Bengal Cricket Academy at Jahangirnagar University in Savar.
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