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Full Name  Jahangir Alam Talukdar
Bowling style  Left-arm medium
Name  Jahangir Talukdar
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Jahangir Alam Talukdar (Cricketer)

Mohammad Jahangir Alam Talukdar (born December 4, 1968, in Dacca) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 2 ODIs in 1990.

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A left-arm fast bowler (commonly called Dulu) he first played for Bangladesh side in a three-day match against Pakistan in January 1986. But it was only from the 1989–90 season that he started to appear regularly in international level. His 3/29 helped BCCB (White) defeat the Indian team Deccan Blues at Mymensingh in January 1990. He was a key performer in the 4th ICC Trophy tournament in Netherlands in 1990. There he shared the new ball with another left-arm fast bowler, Gholam Nousher. Dulu's best performance came in the second round. His 3/27 against Denmark and 2/24 against Canada helped Bangladesh win vital matches. In December 1992, Dulu took 3/19 against Sri Lanka A, at Dhaka, in the 1st SAARC cricket tournament. He also played in the 5th ICC Trophy tournament in Kenya.

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Apart from being a fast medium bowler, Jahangir Alam Talukdar was an unorthodox but effective lower-order right-hand batsman.


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