Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • Rhythm on the field and off it

    It all started with classical music lessons when Iftekhar Sajjad Rony was studying in class nine in Chittagong, before his passion for cricket called him away to the field of play. Iftekhar's family however was against the pursuit of a cricket career initially, instead encouraging him to become a musician and urging him to concentrate on his studies.
  • The sweat behind the glamour

    Bangladesh's elite cricketers are enjoying a much-needed break in the off season, but they will be back to the grind by May 13 when
  • Promoting from the shadows

    While national and top-level cricketers are enjoying a much-needed break after the Bangladesh Cricket League, there is huge
  • From paddy fields to national team

    Twelve years ago a girl from the Kamalapur village in Magura used to watch Khaled Mashud's wicketkeeping on her neighbours' television after helping her father in the paddy field.
  • 'I was praying before that six'

    Mahmudullah Riyad has emerged as one of the calmest and most composed characters in the Bangladesh dressing room due to his
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