Bangladesh cricketers end strike

The on going feud between the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and its cricketers is resolved after the board officials agreed to "nearly most" of the demands made by the players.

Top Bangladesh cricketers on Monday went on strike saying that they would not take part in any cricketing activity until their pay-demands were addressed. National cricketers including Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim gathered at the BCB Academy ground to put forward an 11-point Charter of Demands announcing the strike and boycotting all cricket-related activities.

The strike, which began on October 21 with the centrally contracted and first-class cricketers, had even attracted those from Dhaka's first division league on Wednesday.