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Bangladeshi Cricketer Imrul Kayes 1987

Imrul Kayes (Bangali: born 2nd February 1987, in Meherpur) is a Bangladeshi international cricketer who plays for Khulna Division as a left-hand batsman and occasional wicket-keeper.

He made his first-class debut in 2006, playing 15 first-class matches and 16 One Day matches before being called up for the third One Day International between Bangladesh and New Zealand in Chittagong.

Batting at number three, he made just 12 runs as Bangladesh lost by 79 runs.

He made his Test match debut in November 2008, playing the first Test of a series in South Africa. He opened the batting on his debut, but made just 10 and 4 in his two innings, being dismissed twice on the second afternoon of the match.

He later found form in 2010 scoring 867 runs, becoming the 5th highest runs scorer of the year in ODIs at an average of 32.11. He scored his maiden ODI century against New Zealand.

Although his role in the Bangladesh team is to play the anchor, he has played many fine innings. Notably, the one against India in which he scored 34 of 29 and the one against Australia, in which he scored 93 of 95.

Full name Imrul Kayes
Born 2 February 1987 (1987-02-02) (age 24)
Meherpur, Bangladesh
Batting style Left handed
Role Batsman, occasional wicketkeeper
International information
National side Bangladesh
Test debut (cap 53) 19 November 2008 v South Africa
Last Test 4 June 2010 v England
ODI debut (cap 92) 14 October 2008 v New Zealand
Last ODI 19 March 2011 v South Africa
Domestic team information
Years Team
2006-present Khulna Division
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 13 36 35 62
Runs scored 453 1,082 1,667 2,118
Batting average 17.42 30.91 25.64 35.89
100s/50s 0/1 1/8 2/6 4/13
Top score 75 101 138 133*
Balls bowled 6 12 29
Wickets 0 0 2
Bowling average 15.50
5 wickets in innings 0 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 0 0
Best bowling 2/18
Catches/stumpings 12/0 7/0 22/0 14/2

বাংলাদেশী ক্রিকেটার ইমরুল কায়েস ১৯৮৭

'ইমরুল কায়েস একজন বাংলাদেশী ক্রিকেটার। বাঁহাতি ব্যাটসম্যান এবং অকেশনাল উইকেটকীপার। খুলনা বিভাগীয় দলের হয়ে খেলে থাকা এই ক্রিকেটারের জন্ম ২রা ফেব্রুয়ারী, ১৯৮৭, মেহেরপুর।

প্রথম শ্রেণীর ক্রিকেটে তার অভিষেক হয় ২০০৬ সালে। ন্যাশনাল স্কোয়াডে ডাক পাবার পূর্বেই তিনি ১৫টি প্রথম শ্রেণীর ম্যাচ ও ১৬টি একদিনের ম্যাচ খেলে অভিজ্ঞতার ঝুলি সম্‌দ্ধ করেন। বাংলাদেশ ও নিউজিল্যান্ডের মধ্যকার সিরিজের ত্‌তীয় ম্যাচে চট্টগ্রামের মাটিতে তার আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেটে অভিষেক হয়। তিন নম্বরে ব্যাট করতে নেমে তিনি মাত্র ১২ রান করে আউট হন। দল হারে ৭৯ রানে।

টেস্ট ক্রিকেটে তার অভিষেক হয় ২০০৮ এর নভেম্বরে, দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকার বিরুদ্ধে সিরিজের প্রথম টেস্টেই।. শুরুটা মোটেও সুখকর হয়নি তার জন্য। দু'ইনিংসে তার সংগ্রহ ছিল যথাক্রমে ১০ ও ৪।

২০১০ এ তিনি তার সেরা ফর্মে ছিলেন। এ বছর ৩২.১১ গড়ে ৮৬৭ রান করে তিনি ঐ বছরের পঞ্চম সর্বোচ্চ রান সংগ্রাহক হন। তার প্রথম ওয়ানডে সেঞ্চুরিটি নিউজিল্যান্ড দলের বিরুদ্ধে।

জন্ম ২ ফেব্রুয়ারি ১৯৮৭ (1987-02-02) (বয়স ২৪)

Meherpur, Bangladesh
রোল Batsman, occasional wicketkeeper
ব্যাটিং স্টাইল Left-handed
আন্তর্জাতিক তথ্য
প্রথম টেস্ট (cap 53) 19 November 2008: v South Africa
শেষ টেস্ট 4 June 2010: v England
ওডিআই ডেবিউ (cap 92) 14 October 2008: v New Zealand
শেষ ওডিআই 25 February 2011: v Ireland
দেশীয় দলের তথ্য
বছর দল
2006-present Khulna Division
জীবিকা পরিসংখ্যান

ম্যাচ 13 32 35 58
সর্বমোট রান 453 940 1,667 1,976
ব্যাটিং গড় 17.42 29.37 25.64 35.28
১০০/৫০ 0/1 1/6 2/6 4/11
টপ স্কোর 75 101 138 133*

বল bowled 6 12 29
উইকেট 0 0 2
বোলিং গড় 15.50
ইনিংস-এ ৫ উইকেট 0 0 0
ম্যাচে ১০ উইকেট 0 0 0
বেস্ট বলিং 2/18
ক্যাচ/স্টাম্পিং 12/0 5/0 22/0 12/2

Bangali Actress Sumita Devi 1936 - 2004

Sumita Devi (Bengali: সুমিতা দেবী) (February 2, 1936 - January 6, 2004) was a Bangla film and TV actress. She was born Hena Bhattacharya in Manikganj District, Bengal (now in Bangladesh). She was married to the filmmaker Zahir Raihan.

Born 1936
Dhaka, British India
Died January 6, 2004
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Occupation Actress,
Spouse Zahir Raihan

Film career

Sumita Devi was a leading personality of Dhaka film society in the 1960s. She first acted in the feature film Aasia (1960). Her next film was Akash Ar Mati (1959). Both were directed by Fateh Lohani. Aasia got the President's Award as the best Bengali film for 1960. Sumita's career in acting spanned for nearly four decades. She acted in the main role in more than fifty feature films and in side roles in more than a hundred. Noted among the films Sumita acted in are E Desh Tomar Amar (1959; started later, but completed before Aasia), Aasia (1960), Kokhono Asheni (1961), Sonar Kajol (1962), Kancher Deyal (1963), Ei To Jibon (1964), Dui Diganta (1964), Behula (1966), Agun Niye Khela (1967), Obhishap (1967), Ora Egaro Jon (1972), Sujon Sokhi (1975) and Amar Janmabhumi (197-). During her long career in acting, she performed roles in radio, television and theatre as well. As a filmmaker, Sumita produced five films. These were Agun Niye Khela, Momer Alo, Mayar Sangsar, Adarsha Chhapakhana and Notun Probhat.

Personal life

Sumita Devi was born to a Brahmin family. Following her entry into movies, she married the director Zahir Raihan in 1961 and had two sons. During this time, she also converted to Islam and changed her name to Nilufar Begum, even though she was continued to be known by her stage name. Sumita Devi became an active artiste for the Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendro (Independent Bengal Radio Station) during the Bangladesh Liberation War.


  • All Pakistan Critic Award, 1962
  • Nigar Award 1963 for Kancher Deyal
  • Bangladesh Film Journalist Association Award
  • Television Reporters Association of Bangladesh Award
  • Agartala Muktijoddha Award, 2002
  • Janakantha Gunijan and Pratibha Sammanona, 2002

Indian Mexican Actress Bárbara Mori 1978

Bárbara Mori Ochoa (born February 2, 1978) is a Uruguayan-Mexican actress and model.

Mori started work modeling and later became a telenovela actress with TV Azteca, when she starred in the soap opera Azul Tequila. Her big break came in 2004, with the telenovela Rubí (a remake of the 1968 series) by rival network Televisa, in which she played the main character.

Born Barbara Mori Ochoa
February 2, 1978 (1978-02-02) (age 33)
Montevideo, Uruguay
Nationality Uruguayan-Mexican
Occupation actress, model


Bárbara Mori Ochoa was born on 2 February 1978. She is of Uruguayan-Japanese and Mexican heritage; her Japanese ancestry is from her paternal grandfather. She has two siblings, actress Kenya Mori and brother Kintaró Mori. Her parents Yuyi Mori and Rosario Ochoa divorced when she was three years of age. Mori spent her early childhood between Mexico and Uruguay and finally settled in Mexico City at the age of twelve.

One day, while working as a waitress at the age of fourteen, fashion designer Marcos Toledo invited her to work as a model. She became independent by the age of seventeen and went to live with her cousins. At nineteen she met actor Sergio Mayer, who would later become father to their son Sergio, born in 1998. They never married.

She later studied acting in El Centro de Estudios de Formación Actoral. She made her acting debut in the Mexican telenovela Al norte del corazón. She then participated in the comedy series Tric Tac and Mirada de mujer the following year. She obtained her first TVyNovelas Award for her role in Mirada de mujer for Best New Actress.

In 1998, Bárbara Mori got her first leading role as "Azul" in the series Azul Tequila, co-starring with Mauricio Ochmann. A year later she filmed the series Me muero por tí in Miami, with Peruvian actor Christian Meier. She participated in her first film in 2000, in the Mexican comedy Inspiración. Later, she acted in various other telenovelas, including Amor descarado and the highly–rated Mexican soap opera, Rubí, which earned her another TVyNovelas Award.

In 2005 she obtained the starring role in the blockbuster film La mujer de mi hermano as Zoe, and her husband was portrayed by Christian Meier, with whom she had previously co-starred in Me muero por tí. She also won the leading role in "Pretendiendo", a Chilean/Mexican-backed movie which was critically panned.

Indian film producer Rakesh Roshan signed her as the leading lady for his movie Kites opposite his son, Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan. It was shot in New Mexico, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, it went into production by the end of July 2008, and was released on May 21, 2010.

Mori was diagnosed with early stage cancer and is now a proud survivor. She talks about her journey in UniGlobe Entertainment's docu-drama titled 1 a Minute, scheduled for release on 6 October 2010 in the USA and 29 October 2010 in India. The documentary is being made by actress Namrata Singh Gujral and will also feature cancer survivors Olivia Newton-John, Diahann Carroll, Melissa Etheridge, Namrata Singh Gujral, Mumtaz and Jaclyn Smith as well as William Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin and Priya Dutt, whose lives have been touched by cancer. The feature is narrated by Kelly McGillis. The film will also star Lisa Ray, Deepak Chopra and Morgan Brittany.


  • 1 a Minute (2010/2011 Star
  • Kites (2010) as Natasha/Linda
  • Violanchelo (2009) as Consuelo
  • Cosas insignificantes (2008) as Paola
  • Por siempre (2007)
  • Robots (2005) as Cappy (Spanish language version)
  • La mujer de mi hermano (2005) as Zoe
  • Pretendiendo (2005) as Helena/Amanda
  • Inspiración (2000)

Bangladeshi Writer Hasan Azizul Huq 1939

Hasan Azizul Huq (Bangla: হাসান আজিজুল হক) is a Bangladeshi writer, reputed for his short stories. He was born on 2 February 1939 in Jabgraam in Burdwan district of West Bengal, India. However, later his parents moved to Fultala, near the city of Khulna, Bangladesh.

He taught in the department of philosophy of the Rajshahi University for a long time and retired as a professor of philosophy. He now lives in "Ujan", the name of his home near the campus of the Rajshahi University.

Huq is well known for his experimentations with the language and introducing modern idioms in his writings. His use of language and symbolism has earned him critical acclaim. His stories explore the psychological depths of human beings as well as portray the lives of the peasants of Bangladesh.

Huq has received most of the major literary awards of Bangladesh including the Bangla Academy Award in 1970.


* Samudrer Swapna, Shiter Aranya (1964)
* Atmaja O Ekti Karabi Gachh (1967)
* Jiban Ghashe Agun (1973)
* Namhin Gotrohin (1974)
* Patale Haspatale (1981)
* Ma Meyer Songsar (1997)
* Raarhbanger Golpo (1999)
* Brittayan
* Agunpakhi (2005)
* Ke Banche Ke Banchay (2009)
* Fire Jai Fire Aasi (2009)


* Druhee Katha-shahityak Abdur Rouf Choudhury Memorial Award (2003)
* Adamjee Sahitya Puroshkar
* Bangla Academy Literary Award (1970)
* Lekhok Shibir Puroshkar
* Alaol Sahitya Puroshkar
* Alokto Sahitya Puroshkar
* Agrani Bank Puroshkar
* Philips Sahitya Puroshkar
* Ananda Purashkar (2008) for Agunpakhi, published by Sandhani Prokashoni in 2005