Monday, September 21, 2015

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Chinese automaker Chery Automobile Co Ltd has filed a complaint with the country's trademark regulator over Mercedes-Benz's use of

UK Retailer Next 'cautious' ahead

British clothing retailer Next is "extremely cautious" about prospects for the year ahead, it said on Thursday, as it

With Sears' future in doubt, vendors begin pulling back

Suppliers to Sears Holdings Corp told Reuters they are doubling down on defensive measures, such as reducing shipments and

Verizon, AT&T suspend ads from Google

US wireless carriers Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc said on Wednesday they have suspended digital advertising on Google's

China, Nepal to discuss joint military exercises

China's defense minister will arrive in Nepal later Tuesday for talks on joint military exercises, a meeting that will

PPG's McGarry to promote Akzo offer

Paint maker PPG has made a "very compelling" offer for Akzo Nobel  and was shocked when its Dutch rival

Two Malaysian hostages found safe in Philippines

Two ailing Malaysian seamen held hostage by Filipino Muslim militants for eight months were found Thursday aboard a boat

‘UK employers do not plan to raise pay’

 Most British companies do not expect to offer more generous pay deals to employees this year compared with 2016,

Manufacturing quality products underscored

Manufacturing of quality products maintaining international standard is crucial to flourish local industries for enhancing business and increasing exports

Nilphamari police recovers 2 bodies

Police recovered two dead bodies of unidentified adolescent boys from Parbotipur-Chilahati railway track near Mirjaganj bazar under Domar upazila

Panchagarh people get 60 tubewells for pure water

A total of 60 tubewells were distributed among the inhabitants of Debiganj Upazila in the district on Thursday. A

Ensuring water rights of all emphasized

Researchers and development activists at a discussion in Rajshahi unequivocally called for ensuring water rights to all especially the

Scholars for preaching real spirit of Islam

Olama-mashaekhs, imams, Islamic resear-chers, scholars and thinkers should preach the real spirit and meaning of Islam, the religion of

Urea production at JFCL halted in Sarishabari

Urea fertilizer production at Jamuna Fertilizer Company Ltd. at Tarakandi in Sarishabari upazila of the district has remained stopped

Magura road crash kills two people

Two people were killed in a truck-pickup van collision in Belnagar area on Dhaka-Khulna highway in Sadar upazila of

2 women held with 13 kg hemp in Ashuganj

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)-14, Bhairab Camp seized 13 Kg of hemp and arrested two women from Ashuganj

1,000 illegal gas lines cut off in Gazipur

Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution company Gazipur zonal office disconnected more than 1000 illegal gas line of residential area

BNP, Jamaat assisting militant attacks: Hanif

Awami League's assistant general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif on Monday said the recent extremist attacks in the country were

Rangpur region bright for industrialization

A brighter prospect for industrialization prevails in Rangpur region that might emerge soon as the centre for international business,

Husband awarded death sentence for killing wife

A court in Khulna on Wednesday awarded death sentence to a husband for killing his wife on January 1,

Magura road crash kills 1, injures 9

A man was killed and nine people were injured in a road accident at Sitarampur on Magura-Jessore road in

Govt earns Tk 5.33cr tax in Gazipur

The National Board of Revenue earned 5.33 crore from a pond which has transformed as plain land at Tepirbari

Porsche SE has no information about Piech's stake sale talks

]Porsche SE, Volkswagen's majority shareholder, said it has no information about former VW chairman Ferdinand Piech's talks with the

Hong Kong protester starts jail term for police assault

A Hong Kong activist who was attacked by seven police officers during mass pro-democracy rallies in 2014 began a

Sri Lanka ex-leader's brother shifts blame for killings

The brother of Sri Lanka's former president Mahinda Rajapakse denied Tuesday involvement in war-era death squads, blaming the then

Ex-guerrilla wins E Timor presidential poll early count

A former guerrilla fighter has won East Timor's presidential election in just one round, an early count indicated Tuesday,