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Full coverage: player revolt in Bangladesh cricket

Mushfiqur Rahim speaks during the meeting between players and BCB officials Raton Gomes

The Bangladesh players went on strike on October 21, 2019, deciding not to participate in any cricket related activity until the BCB met 11 demands. A compromise of sorts was reached on October 23, following which the strike was called off. Here is how the saga unfolded.

October 24

News - BCB-striking players' meeting: Nazmul Hassan's aggression leaves cricketers 'rattled'
Opinion - Mohammad Isam: How Shakib stepped up to fill a Mashrafe-sized hole

October 23

News - We call off the strike and will return to playing' - Shakib Al Hasan News - Strike moves towards resolution, Mashrafe could mediate

October 22

News - BCB chief lashes out at players' strike, but says board is 'open for talks'

October 22

News - FICA head Tony Irish criticises Bangladesh players association for inaction

October 22

Analysis - A Bangladesh press conference two decades in the making

October 22

News - 'They'll come' - Sourav Ganguly confident Bangladesh tour of India will go ahead

October 22

News - BCB calls emergency meeting of directors; Mashrafe Mortaza backs players

October 21

News - Better contracts, no discrimination, open transfers: Bangladesh players' demands

October 21

News - Bangladesh players go on strike, India tour under threat

October 21

News - Top Bangladesh players likely to go on strike amid growing discontent with cricket board