** Barishal division logs record 31 Covid deaths in a day ** Model Piyasa held with drugs ** Our future lies in defying living half-dead ** Factories reopen amid Covid surge ** Worsening Dengue: 237 patients hospitalised in 24 hrs ** BSMMC ICU in Faridpur suffer from shortage of doctors ** HSC form fill-up to begin on August 12 ** Running industries has to be an all round humanitarian activity ** Lockdown: Thousands returning to Dhaka as factories going to reopen Sunday ** Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others ** Why jail custody is used for convenience of govt and not judicial custody for one's human rights? ** A man carries a coronavirus patient to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. They came from an outlying district on Friday. ** Helena Jahangir placed on three-day remand ** 3 killed in Gaibandha road crash ** 170 more hospitalised with Dengue in 24 hrs ** RAB detains Helena Jahangir after raid ** Outbreak of mass fever panics people ** After undertaking a long and arduous journey to their homes, the holidaymakers are now struggling to make their way back to capital city Dhaka defying coronavirus restrictions as the long-haul bus services are suspended because of the lockdown. Many were charged extra for their return to their places of work by different modes fo transport. This photo was taken from Babubazar bridge in the city on Thrusday. ** Helena Jahangir's residence raided ** Owners urge government to reopen factories amid lockdown ** Covid-19: Bangladesh lowers vaccination age to 25 ** Triumphant Tigers are back! ** First case of black fungus reported in Chattogram ** Risking China's anger Blinken meets Dalai Lama’s representative ** Naem Nizam resigns from Editors' Council **

Readers’ Voice

15 June 2021

Bangladesh In Soccer
Bangladesh's defeat in the World and the Asian Cup qualifier match on Monday in Qatar to India has totally diminished their prospect to sail into the next round. Contrarily, India  have a chance to cruise into the Asian Cup Championship provided they win their next two matches.
Surely Indian footballers played much better football than their counterparts. Their skills reminded me of Spain's famous Tiki Taka technique that earned the World Cup in 2010. India's ball possession was 72 percent, and took 14 shots into the opponents' goal post. Awkwardly, Bangladesh's ball possession was 28 percent only and took four shots only.
What India did against Bangladesh on Monday, if could be continued, they may  qualify into the final round of the World Cup Football 2026. On the other hand, Bangladesh need further reforms.


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