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Old December 4, 2012, 06:39 PM
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^^you hear a lot of things. You must have super-sonic ears. How did you hear that Bangladesh will build a 100k stadium in Cox's Bazar?
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Old December 4, 2012, 08:54 PM
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25k people in SBNS gave me goosebumps once. Jodio harsilam kintu amar gola oidin shesh hoye gesilo. 50k or 100k people would be epic.
khabar dokane 100k people er hurohuri will also be epic..so will khela ses e 100k people er baire bariye jaoa
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Old December 4, 2012, 08:59 PM
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khabar dokane 100k people er hurohuri will also be epic..so will khela ses e 100k people er baire bariye jaoa
amar basha golchokkorer shathe. khela sheshe tai 10 minute e nachte nachte bari chole jai. ar jeshob friend dure thake oder minimum 2-3 ghonta lage.
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Old December 4, 2012, 10:27 PM
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3rd ODI tickets are still available, i had a visit to stadium area last evening at around 8 PM. i had a conversation with one black-ticket seller and he told me almost 6000+ tickets are in the hand of the blackers.

already last evening the price of tickets were thrice the original price. but most of the blackers are not selling yet as they are expecting to sell tickets 5-10 times the original price is as they have assessed the heavy demand of tickets.
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Old December 4, 2012, 10:33 PM
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u cant just have a big stadium without assessing the environmental impact and the transportation and other issues.

those who have experience of leaving the stadium after 9 PM knows how tough it is to arrange transportation if u dont have ur own. and again SNCS dont have a parking lot. the roads in front our home are used for parking.

a big stadium should come up with proper planning of good transportation and other facilities, i dont think the area SBNCS is will not cope up with a 40k+ capacity. although i dont know how much extension is possible.
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Old December 4, 2012, 11:17 PM
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most of the time stadium is only 1/4 full and you want 100k seats.

it's very tough to come from other side of the town to mirpur. and it takes forever to leave from mirpur as well.

home of cricket should have been bongobondu stadium. near to majority of dhaka people. more than 50k people come to watch domestic football games in that stadium. always full.

i think even 25k is way too much in mirpur.
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Old December 4, 2012, 11:23 PM
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I think all of you are starting to talk about a fundamental problem with Dhaka. A city with no real public transport system. Until that is resolved ..... Even 25K is too much for Dhaka.
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Old December 4, 2012, 11:29 PM
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I think all of you are starting to talk about a fundamental problem with Dhaka. A city with no real public transport system. Until that is resolved ..... Even 25K is too much for Dhaka.
Z bro, transportation is a problem true, but 25k is not enough for dhaka. thousands left outside when our team plays any international match in Mirpur. Mirpur needs at least 50k ground.
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Old December 5, 2012, 12:36 AM
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u cant just have a big stadium without assessing the environmental impact and the transportation and other issues.

those who have experience of leaving the stadium after 9 PM knows how tough it is to arrange transportation if u dont have ur own. and again SNCS dont have a parking lot. the roads in front our home are used for parking.

a big stadium should come up with proper planning of good transportation and other facilities, i dont think the area SBNCS is will not cope up with a 40k+ capacity. although i dont know how much extension is possible.
Two thumbs up.

Maybe its not about building a big stadium, but about building a big stadium in Dhaka.
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Old December 5, 2012, 12:40 AM
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And why don't we make Fatullah ready for Matches??
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Old December 5, 2012, 12:44 AM
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I think all of you are starting to talk about a fundamental problem with Dhaka. A city with no real public transport system. Until that is resolved ..... Even 25K is too much for Dhaka.
Classical problem: How to implement a city wide subway system? the subway(s) will make round trips throughout the city 24/7, you just catch it and move from point to point...



The plus-side to this idea is that it should eliminate traffic and don't have to wait too long to get from point A to point B unlike today.

the downside to this idea is revamping Dhaka city, very costly and time consuming project.


what are the alternatives?
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Old December 5, 2012, 12:45 AM
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most of the time stadium is only 1/4 full and you want 100k seats.

it's very tough to come from other side of the town to mirpur. and it takes forever to leave from mirpur as well.

home of cricket should have been bongobondu stadium. near to majority of dhaka people. more than 50k people come to watch domestic football games in that stadium. always full.

i think even 25k is way too much in mirpur.
50k+ people come to watch our world class domestic football? News to me.
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Old December 5, 2012, 01:09 AM
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And I don't see why we should be playing tri-series involving Ireland and Zimbabwe now that we have already started to beat the G8 teams pretty consistently.
For the sake of SN, to blow up his stats
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Old December 5, 2012, 01:10 AM
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And why don't we make Fatullah ready for Matches??
I guess its getting renovated.
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Old December 5, 2012, 01:38 AM
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most of the time stadium is only 1/4 full and you want 100k seats.

it's very tough to come from other side of the town to mirpur. and it takes forever to leave from mirpur as well.

home of cricket should have been bongobondu stadium. near to majority of dhaka people. more than 50k people come to watch domestic football games in that stadium. always full.

i think even 25k is way too much in mirpur.
Mirpur(Agargaon, Taltola, Shewrapara, Kazipara, Mirpur -10, Mirpur -2, Kallayanpur, Kochukhet, Pallabi and so on...) is so densely populated, people of Mirpur alone can fill the stadium. :-)

And, it is not less pain to go and back from Gulistan where the Bangabondhu national stadium is; Because most of the offices are in that area. It all depends on where you leave. If you are in Mohammadpur, Shaymoli, Gabtoli, Lalmatia, Dhanmondi, Mirpur, Banani, Farmgate and to some extend Kalabagan, Gulshan then Mirpur is more than perfect.
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Old December 5, 2012, 01:45 AM
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people vandalized mirpur ticket counter demanding tickets this morning..dont understand why this would happen after all the press releases

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Old December 5, 2012, 01:48 AM
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Classical problem: How to implement a city wide subway system? the subway(s) will make round trips throughout the city 24/7, you just catch it and move from point to point...



The plus-side to this idea is that it should eliminate traffic and don't have to wait too long to get from point A to point B unlike today.

the downside to this idea is revamping Dhaka city, very costly and time consuming project.


what are the alternatives?
Development of the underground rail as part of the MRT project from Motijheel to Mirpur will start this year. We will get the subterranean metro rails within 2017.
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Old December 5, 2012, 01:53 AM
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people vandalized mirpur ticket counter demanding tickets this morning..dont understand why this would happen after all the press releases

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Must have sold most of the tickets to the Dalals...that's why people are angry...now they have to buy it in 3/4 times high price..
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Old December 5, 2012, 02:02 AM
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Mirpur(Agargaon, Taltola, Shewrapara, Kazipara, Mirpur -10, Mirpur -2, Kallayanpur, Kochukhet, Pallabi and so on...) is so densely populated, people of Mirpur alone can fill the stadium. :-)

And, it is not less pain to go and back from Gulistan where the Bangabondhu national stadium is; Because most of the offices are in that area. It all depends on where you leave. If you are in Mohammadpur, Shaymoli, Gabtoli, Lalmatia, Dhanmondi, Mirpur, Banani, Farmgate and to some extend Kalabagan, Gulshan then Mirpur is more than perfect.
i agree with you .....

the people who lives in Rampura, Mogbazar, malibag, jatrabari, arambagh, komlapur, puran dhaka, azimpur will prefer the bangabandhu stadium but the rest of dhaka will prefer mirpur.

but at this moment if BD are playing good cricket then the location of stadium is not important. you can always fill up even a 100000 stadium. specially in ODI's and T20s. in the test matches it may be a problem to fill up which is natural
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Old December 5, 2012, 02:04 AM
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Must have sold most of the tickets to the Dalals...that's why people are angry...now they have to buy it in 3/4 times high price..
as i said at least 6000 tickets are in the hands of the Dalals and prices may rise upto 10 times
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বাংলাদেশ-ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজের মধ্যকার তৃতীয় একদিনের ম্যাচের টিকিট না পেয়ে মিরপুর স্টেডিয়ামের সামনে গাড়ি ভাঙচুর ও এক অস্থায়ী টিকিট কাউন্টারে অগ্নিসংযোগ করেছে বিক্ষুব্ধ জনতা।

ফায়ার সার্ভিসের নিয়ন্ত্রণ কক্ষের কর্মকর্তা শাহজাদী সুলতানা ইত্তেফাক অনলাইনকে জানান, খবর পেয়ে অগ্নি নির্বাপক কর্মীরা ঘটনাস্থলে গিয়ে আগুন নিয়ন্ত্রণে আনেন। সকাল নয়টা ৪ মিনিটে এই অগ্নিকাণ্ডের সূত্রপাত হয়। স্টেডিয়ামের বাইরে বাড়তি পুলিশ মোতায়েন করা হয়েছে।
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Just out of curiosity, how much do tickets sell for in BD?
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Yes, burning booths will automatically print tickets and install extra seats. This is why you should stay in school kids.
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Old December 5, 2012, 08:34 AM
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This is a good opportunity to decentralize dhaka. To watch a BD game (and possibly see BD win) move to ctg, khulna etc
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