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Old October 5, 2003, 09:10 PM
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Looks like bangladesherkela.com confused a real plan with a rumour. They had reported that the BCB logo will change and there will be a 'dhaner shish' on it. I think the actual even that they heard about is this....

From Daily Star
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday unveiled the logo of the Standard Chartered bank Test and one-day series to be played between England and hosts Bangladesh later this month.
The logo represents a cricket ball having two heads of a lion and tiger on opposite sides. Lion is the symbol of the English team while Bangladesh cricketers are known as Tigers.
Speaking at the unveiling ceremony at a local hotel yesterday afternoon, Standard Chartered's country manager David Fletcher said that the sponsorship of England's tour of Bangladesh was a part of the bank's celebration of 150 years of service across the globe.
"We are very delighted to become the sponsor of England's maiden Test tour of Bangladesh. We hope this will help to strengthen our ties with Bangladesh cricket," Fletcher said adding that the multi-national bank has signed a sponsorship deal with the Board worth Taka five million for the two-match Test and three one-day internationals.
Fletcher also informed the media that they had been sponsoring the national school tournament for the last few years and they would continue doing so for promoting the game in Bangladesh at its grass-root level.
Answering to a question, BCB advisor Mahbubul Anam said that the winners of both Test and one-day series will collect USD 5,000 (Five thousand) each.
Besides, the bank will also sponsor the man-of-the-series awards for both series.
BCB advisors Aziz Al-Kaiser, Reazuddin Al-Mamun, BCB's new CEO Maqbul Hussein Dudhia and Badrul Ahsan, the corporate affairs manager of Standard Chartered were also present on the occasion.
Aziz Al-Kaiser, the chairman of BCB's marketing committee, disclosed that the Board would use commemorative coins to mark England's maiden tour of Bangladesh. The special coins will be used during the tosses.
"We are looking for sponsors to make the coins," Kaiser revealed.

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