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About Tamim Iqbal

Tamim Iqbal Khan (born 20 March 1989 at Chittagong) is the brother of Test player Nafees Iqbal and the nephew of Akram Khan, another famous cricketer from Bangladesh.

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ESPN STAR Sports Strikes Multi-Year Broadcast Agreement for Sri Lanka Premier League
ESPN STAR Sports, Asia’s No. 1 sports content provider, today announced that it has reached a multi-year broadcast rights agreement for exclusive coverage of the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL) in India. The first edition of this T20 league will be played in August 2012. The multi-year deal includes a minimum of 24 T20 matches per season

Bangladesh unlikely to practice in Lahore ahead of two-match itinerary
The visiting Bangladesh team is unlikely to hold any practice sessions at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore due to security reasons.

Leading Bangladeshi players and officials disinclined to tour Pakistan
Some leading Bangladeshi cricketers and team officials are reluctant to play in Pakistan, according to reports coming out of Dhaka.

Now, Pak gears up to knock Bangladesh off in Test series
Pakistan will begin their first Test series in Bangladesh for almost a decade in Chittagong on Friday determined to extend their 100 percent winning record against the hosts.

Pak- Bangladesh first ODI in Mirpur today
The first One- Day International (ODI) of the three match Pakistan- Bangladesh series will take place at Mirpur today.

England stars enjoy rankings rise after Trent Bridge victory over India
England batsman Ian Bell has broken into the top five in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test Rankings after recording a career-high batting rating following his brilliant 159 against India at Trent Bridge.

Aussies don't figure in Wisden's 2010 Test XI
Not a single Australian figures in Wisden's 2010 best Test XI named in the cricket almanac's 148th edition.

Tendulkar named Wisden cricketer of the year
Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar has been named Wisden's Cricketer of the Year for 2010, crowning a golden month for "the master blaster" which also saw him play a starring role in India's World Cup triumph.

Wisden names only four 'Cricketers of the Year' excluding tainted Pak bowler Amir
Wisden has named only four instead of five 'Cricketers of the Year' for the first time since 1926, as tainted Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir has been removed from the list.

Mortaza, Kapali recalled in Bangladesh ODI squad for Oz series
Bangladesh have recalled fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza and batsman Alok Kapali for next month's three-match one-day series against Australia.

India to bat first in World Cup opener
Bangladesh won the toss and decided to field against India in the first match of the 2011 World Cup.

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