The test match, which had been scheduled to start on March 16, was cancelled after the shooting and Bangladesh's tour abandoned.
The team bus was barely metres away from the scene of the carnage when the players first heard gunshots.
Large building fires are relatively common in impoverished Bangladesh, due in part to lax regulations, and have killed hundreds of people in recent years.
On Tuesday, at a cultural event in Gazipur, the prime minister said she would like to go back to her ancestral village of Tungipara in Gopalganj to spend her retirement, the daily said.
Prime Minister Modi said India-Bangladesh relations have been on an upward trajectory in the last few years.
Addressing a rally in Alipurduar district, Singh alleged that Bangladeshis are illegally entering West Bengal.
The militant was arrested from a bus in Gazipur city in the outskirts of the capital and has been identified as absconding Holey Artisan attack suspect Mamunur Rashid Ripon.
New Delhi has faced sharp criticism for turning members of the persecuted minority over to Myanmar in recent weeks, despite the army there being accused of atrocities against the Rohingya.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 that the Lok Sabha has recently passed has sparked off widespread protests in Assam and North East. Here’s a ready reckoner
The protests are a test for the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who won a third straight term in elections on December 30, which were marred by violence amid allegations of widespread rigging and voter intimidation.
Poor infrastructure is often cited as one of the major hindrances to growth in the South Asian country of 165 million people.
Bangladesh's ties with India last year grew steadily, with high-level visits from both sides. Prime Minister Hasina visited India in May last during which she held talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Sheikh Hasina's ruling Awami League and its allies won the 11th general elections on December 30, bagging 288 of the total 299 seats which went to the polls.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Awami League and its allies won the general elections on December 30, bagging 288 of the total 299 seats which went to the polls.
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's ruling party and its allies won a landslide victory in the vote on December 30 but the main opposition, which won only six seats in the 300-seat parliament, slammed the polls as rigged.
The 35-year-old pacer, known as the 'Narail Express', is the second national cricket team captain after Naimur Rahman Durjoy to become an MP.
With the election victory, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina secured a third consecutive term in office and fourth overall
Bangladesh's opposition NUF alliance, with BNP as its key partner, rejected the outcome of the general election and demanded fresh polls under a neutral caretaker government.
While Sheikh Hasina is seeking re-election for a fourth term as the prime minister, her rival ex-premier and BNP chief Khalida Zia, faces an uncertain future in a Dhaka jail
While Hasina is seeking re-election for a fourth term as the prime minister, her rival ex-premier and BNP chief Khalida Zia, who is reportedly partially paralysed, faces an uncertain future in a Dhaka jail.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was the first voter at the Dhaka City College centre in the capital where her lawyer nephew and party candidate Fazle Nur Taposh was a contender.
The official campaign ended ended at 8:00 am (0200 GMT) on December 28 after seven weeks of widespread street clashes and accusations of an official crackdown on the opposition.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Awami League is seeking its third straight term in the election which will take place on December 30.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is hoping to secure a consecutive third term in office. Her political rival, former PM Begum Khaleda Zia, is serving a jail sentence over two corruption cases.
The opposition allege that police have arrested some 10,500 of their activists in a crackdown ahead of elections with an intention to create a "climate of fear".