The Foreigner's Tribunal had earlier argued that even if the petitioner had migrated in 1964, he was born in East Pakistan and came to Karimganj in 1984.
Das cracked a gallant 102 off 111 deliveries for Bangladesh but it was nowhere near enough with the tourists dismissed in their second innings for 278 after being forced to follow on 385 runs behind.
Latham lost the toss for the sixth time while standing in as captain for Kane Williamson and had to bat on a disconcertingly green pitch at Hagley Oval.
It was only Bangladesh’s sixth test win away from home and its first test win over a team ranked in the top 5 ranked team: New Zealand is ranked No. 2 and Bangladesh No. 9.
On a pitch on which Bangladesh and New Zealand collectively amassed 786 runs in their first innings — with the tourists taking a 130-run lead — Ebadot reduced New Zealand to 147-5 at stumps.
Mominul Haque scored 88 to lead Bangladesh to a 73-run, first-innings lead over New Zealand in the first cricket test Monday.
Hindu community leaders stated that raw beef packed in polythene bags were hung on the doors of three Hindu temples and a house in Gendukuri village of Lalmonirhat district.
Mahmudul Hasan Joy played the innings anchor and compiled his first test 50 from 165 balls in more than 3-1/2 hours.
Within the space of four Tests, Devon Conway now has scored a double century, a century and two half-centuries.
Siddique had served as the chief law advisor to the Ministry of Home Affairs, and as the Additional Attorney General of Bangladesh, among other positions.
The year saw India-Bangladesh relations become stronger with vaccine cooperation besides high profile visits by President Kovind, PM Modi and Foreign Minister Jaishankar.
The government has constituted a seven-member committee of officials and fire experts to submit a report on the incident, due in two days.
The blaze broke out in the middle of the night on Friday when many of the ferry's 700 passengers were sleeping near the southern district of Barguna.
At least 40 people died and over 70 others were injured on Friday after a packed ferry carrying around 800 passengers caught fire on the Sugandha River in southern Bangladesh, officials said.
Rescuers have recovered 36 bodies so far from the charred launch. The fire also left over 200 others with burn injuries.