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Old May 3, 2009, 10:23 PM
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Default stadium of bangladesh pic and how is it?

I was wondering if anyone knows about if bangladesh stadium is similar to rest of the world cricket stadium such as digital scoreboard, big screen, press box, please load some pic if you have thanks
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Old May 3, 2009, 10:37 PM
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I was wondering if anyone knows about if bangladesh stadium is similar to rest of the world cricket stadium such as digital scoreboard, big screen, press box, please load some pic if you have thanks
Here you go...

Barisal
Bogra
Chittagong
Comilla
Dhaka
Faridpur
Fatullah
Jessore
Khulna
Mymensingh
Noakhali
Rajshahi
Rangpur
Savar
Sylhet
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Old May 4, 2009, 04:36 PM
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Here you go...

Barisal
Bogra
Chittagong
Comilla
Dhaka
Faridpur
Fatullah
Jessore
Khulna
Mymensingh
Noakhali
Rajshahi
Rangpur
Savar
Sylhet
copy and pasting fail ... most of them have no info but the name...
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Old May 4, 2009, 09:20 PM
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Mirpur Shere-e Bangla Natl.Cricket stadium.
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Old May 4, 2009, 09:38 PM
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For all about Mirpur stadium, you must read our own Masum Billah's exclusive:

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Old May 4, 2009, 10:25 PM
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copy and pasting fail ... most of them have no info but the name...
Someone is happy, what else do I need!?!!
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Old May 5, 2009, 05:26 AM
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Dhrubo, you sure thats SBNCS at Mirpur??
To me, (without my glasses though)..it looks like BNS of Paltan.
There is Baitul Mukarram on the right and Rajuk Bhaban, next to the left floodlights.
But then again...as i say...i'm not wearing my glasses now...
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Old May 5, 2009, 07:10 AM
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Dhrubo, you sure thats SBNCS at Mirpur??
To me, (without my glasses though)..it looks like BNS of Paltan.
There is Baitul Mukarram on the right and Rajuk Bhaban, next to the left floodlights.
But then again...as i say...i'm not wearing my glasses now...
Me too confused. The inside space is also too big to be Mirpur.
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seeing as i've been to none of these stadiums... i'll believe whatever u guys decide on.....
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Mirpur Shere-e Bangla Natl.Cricket stadium. This looks awesome.this is real beauty.
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Old May 10, 2009, 02:43 PM
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Mirpur Shere-e Bangla Natl.Cricket stadium. This looks awesome.this is real beauty.
hahaha thats the match that I went to!!!! The field of play is absolutely GORGEOUS but the other facilities are not as good. The seats are just plastic chairs, there is not an electronic scoreboard, the bathroom sucks...etc. But I would recommend watching a match there!! Also, there is a big screen but the location of it is kinda strange. I didn't realize it was even there for the first few overs...
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!
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Old May 11, 2009, 11:17 AM
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Dhurbo,
I think that is BBNS. Mirpur does not have flood light. And also Baitul Mukkaram is visible
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Old May 12, 2009, 02:19 PM
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!
hahaha!
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Old May 12, 2009, 03:57 PM
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!
You miss the urines too
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!
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For all about Mirpur stadium, you must read our own Masum Billah's exclusive:

A BanglaCricket Exclusive: The Mirpur Stadium (26th September, 2006)

Thanks boss. Nice article. Lot of those 3D images yet to be true.
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!

Javed absolutely right about the urine and their yucky smell. Sometime the toilets in the gallery overflows and some portion of the gallery become hell.
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Mirpur Shere-e Bangla Natl.Cricket stadium.

This is not Mirpur...Mirpur does not have flood lights...this is bangabandhu stadium and no longer a cricket stadium
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Rommel bhaiya,
Back in the days when we used to go watch a cricket match once in a blue moon at the first national stadium - today's Bongobondhu National Stadium, by the Baitul Mukarram if we walked outside the stadium where there used to be a lot of electronics stores, we had to be careful as people from the gallery above would pee straight down over our head as we walked underneath...It was urine everywhere, thank Allah, not much solid waste though, but the stench of urine was very much an integral part of that stadium's surrounding environ and ambaince! Ohh add to that the good smell of box biriyani from the 3 or 4 restaurants at the stadium! I miss those days!
anything else u miss??
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Old May 14, 2009, 11:46 AM
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Javed bhai, Auntu bhai, i know what you talking about!
Anyone who used to go the BNS back in the days would know that for sure.
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javed bhai, auntu bhai, i know what you talking about!
Anyone who used to go the bns back in the days would know that for sure.

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Old May 16, 2009, 09:38 AM
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These kids are so soft. Never been in BNS on Abahoni-Mohamadans match during its hey days in 80s but was part of Abahoni gangster in Chittagong Stadium
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Default Sylhet Stadium







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Old July 15, 2009, 08:25 PM
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Thanks for the Sylhet stadium pics, Mo bhai! I always wanted to know and see pic of this specific stadium! It looks like a very peaceful little ground! Galleries look good! Pitch looks nice! I like it very much!
Is Rubel Rahman your cousin from Sylhet or did he just visit Sylhet from London and you asked him to photos of this beautiful stadium? Thanks to Mr. Rubel Rahman as well of course!
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