Virat Kohli reaches another milestone as India dominate Bangladesh in historic day-night Test
Virat Kohli steered India into a first-innings lead under the floodlights after Bangladesh were bowled out for just 106.Having hammered the Tigers in the first match of the series, India appear destined to secure a sweep after they ended a dominant opening day on 3-174, giving them a 68-run lead over their injury-hit opponents.
A Bangladeshi court on Sunday sentenced three transport workers to life for a road crash last year that killed two students and triggered major anti-government protests.
Hundreds of thousands of students across the country took to the streets after the two teenagers were hit by an out-of-control bus that had been illegally racing through the streets of Dhaka in July 2018.
The three workers, including two drivers, were found guilty of culpable homicide, prosecutor Tapash Kumar Paul told reporters.
Pink ball and lights left Bangladesh batsmen vulnerable, says Pujara
India's Cheteshwar Pujara said on Saturday that the pink ball and the lights played a role in four Bangladesh batsmen being hit on the helmet during the first day-night Test in for both teams. Ishant Sharma led an inspired Indian pace attack that left Bangladesh reeling at 152 for six, needing another 89 runs to avoid an innings defeat at Kolkata's Eden Gardens.
"We are happy with the verdict," he told AFP.
India thump Bangladesh to sweep series
India thumped Bangladesh by an innings in the day-night Test to seal a 12th straight Test series win on home soil.SCORECARD | AS IT HAPPENED
The rallies, which began over anger at road safety but soon morphed into opposition to the government, lasted more than a week and paralysed the capital's traffic.
As the demonstrations spread across the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina launched a heavy crackdown and more than 150 people were left injured after police fired tear gas and rubber bullets.
Pro-government groups allied with the government also attacked demonstrators, as well as journalists.
Traffic accidents have spiked in Bangladesh with at least 7,500 people -- over 20 a day -- dying on the road in 2018, according to the Passengers Welfare Association, a private watchdog.
Following the protests, the government passed a tough traffic law in the country of 168 million, drawing a backlash from the strong and well-organised transport workers' unions.
Reckless driving and unfit vehicles -- even in major cities -- are common sights in Bangladesh, but the unions have frequently stopped authorities from taking action against drivers or vehicle owners.
Kohli open to pink-ball test in Australia with proper planning
Kohli open to pink-ball test in Australia with proper planningWith day-night tests seen as a possible solution to test cricket's dwindling attendances, Australia are hopeful that India will agree to play one at the Gabba next year.
Drivers are often half-trained or ignorant of traffic rules as driving licences can easily be acquired with bribes.
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Five men killed in Kakadu crash were from remote Aboriginal community .
Northern Territory Police say the single-vehicle rollover which claimed the lives of five men from the remote community of Gunbalanya was one of the worst they had seen in recent memory.NT Police Commander Matthew Hollamby said speed seemed to be a major contributing factor to the crash that occurred yesterday morning on the Arnhem Highway.