Bangladesh are batting well on the second day of the first Test against hosts Sri Lanka. The Tigers are heading for a big collection in the first innings at Candy’s Pallekele. Like yesterday, Nazmul Hossain Shant has batted brilliantly even today. He returned to the dressing room with a personal 173 runs.
In this innings of 37 balls, he has hit 16 fours as well as a huge six. He returned to the dressing room after being caught and bowled by Lahiru Kumara.
At the time of writing, Bangladesh scored 394 runs for 3 wickets. Captain Muminul is also batting responsibly. He has taken his first century outside the country. He is batting for 115 off 265 balls. Mushfiqur Rahim has joined him.
Earlier, the Tigers started the second day’s play with 302 runs for 2 wickets. Tamim Iqbal also batted great the day before. He returned to the dressing room after playing an innings of 90 off 101 balls. However, another opener Saif Hasan could not open the run register.
A young man has been tried in Spain for allegedly killing his mother and mutilating her body. Police arrested him from his home in eastern Madrid in February 2019 after the incident.
According to the BBC, Gomez was 26 years old at the time of the incident. Police raided their home after receiving information from a friend of the 8-year-old mother.
Police said that when Alberto was arrested, various parts of his mother’s body were scattered throughout the apartment. Some parts were also kept in plastic containers. It is believed that the young man was addicted to drugs until his arrest. He was suffering from mental depression.
According to the local newspaper El Mundu, Alberto was preparing his mother’s meat for cooking when he was detained, with some parts in containers.
Initially, the young man confessed to killing his mother and eating her meat, according to media reports. He said some of the meat he ate; Vikram Doraiswamy, the Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka, said Bangladesh was the most vaccinated country against the coronavirus.
He also mentioned that India is working to keep the corona vaccination activities going in Bangladesh.
The Indian High Commissioner made the remarks in front of reporters at the Akhaura land port in Brahmanbaria on Thursday (April 22) morning. He came to Bangladesh through this port after spending four days holiday in his country. At the time with him Brahmanbaria Akhaura Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Mohammad Nur-e Alam, Akhaura Police Station OC. Mizanur Rahman was present. Later Bikram Doraiswami went to Dhaka from Akhaura by road.
“There is a crisis over the availability of coronavirus vaccines,” he said. Demand is much higher than supply. According to the agreement, seven million vaccines have been provided in Bangladesh.