Bangladesh is one of eight countries making its first appearance in the Women's World Championships. The absence of the most popular sport in the country, the box has a special place in the history of sports, as he received his first country since Abdul Halim won the Asian Boxing Championship.
But according to Syed Mohauddin, a chief executive of the World Cup, is a big step forward and can be a tactic for the country's development.
Speaking to the newspaper 18, the 60-year-old feels India can play a big role in Bangladesh's development.
"India is our neighbor and friend, they have given us the opportunity to take part in these championships and thanks to that, it is a great step, and I also thank AIBA for allowing us to participate," Mohauddin said.
In fact, Mohauddin ended the Horyana course in Haryana, as well as a diploma in NIS Patiala.
"It was a great experience, seeing the big names around the train helped me learn more," said 20-year-old Islam Anika, who is proud to be the first woman in the world. Bangladeshi participated in the World Chase, despite his latest defeat at the Nazym Ichshanova defeat in Kazakhstan.
Piracy in the country remains dependent on forces, navy, army, police and other services for permanent livelihoods.
The Dakka Air Station was opened and named Mohammed Ali, a legendary.
"Centers and infrastructure are not the best, but we are slowly picking up, we try to get the latest equipment as well as our overseas competitors to train. We want to come to India short, medium, and longer they are trained, "Mohauddin said.
The image of the country has changed dramatically in recent times and is similar to boxing.
"The stability of the government is an important reason why the games are over, there is no political problem, and the government is doing well, which helped to invest in sports," Mohauddin said.
Bangladesh has the biggest hopes for the 22-year-old Champion Award, Akter Shamima, who has won the golden medal in South Asian games after losing to Mary In the semi-final. Farewana is the third musical instrument that participated in the event.