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Steel and aluminum users that depend on imported products not available from US producers may have to wait up

Celebrated dino-bird Archaeopteryx could fly

It may not have been a champion aviator, but the famous dino-bird Archa-eopteryx was fully capable of flying despite

Coca-Cola, US State Dept to use blockchain

Coca-Cola Co and the US State Department along with two other companies said on Friday they are launching a

No room for debate as Sisi poised for second term

With Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on the cusp of winning a second term in this month's election, what's

Russia considers $17b bailout for two rescued banks

Russia's central bank is considering pumping more than 1 trillion rubles ($17 billion) into two banks it first bailed

Iran mucking around in Iraq elections: Mattis

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis lambasted Iran on Thursday for mucking around in Iraq's upcoming elections in a bid

Japan Tobacco buys Russia's fourth-largest cigarette maker

Japan Tobacco has agreed to buy Donskoy Tabak, Russia's fourth-largest cigarette maker, for $1.6 billion (90 billion roubles) in

Trafigura set to boost its dominance in Urals

Oil trader Trafigura will regain its position as the largest buyer of seaborne crude from Russia's Rosneft, trading sources

Key regional party quits Modi's alliance

A key regional party has quit Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling federal alliance after a prolonged dispute.The Telugu

Caterpillar's restructuring move could cut 880 jobs

Caterpillar Inc will close two facilities in Texas and Panama and is also considering shutting its engine manufacturing plant

Speakers for capital dredging in Padma

Speakers at a human-chain and street-corner meeting in Rajshahi on Saturday stressed the need for capital dredging in

Three govt employees arrested

Police arrested three government employees along with Tk 13.56 lakh of allowances meant for elderly people, widows and disabled

Children receive prizes in Nakla of Sherpur

Celebrating the 98th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the National Children's Day

4-day Film Festival begins in Rajshahi

A four-day Rajshahi International Film Festival began in Rajshahi on Friday for the second consecutive time with the aim

Man held with 90 tortoises in Magura

Police arrested a man along with 90 tortoises from a bus near Ramnagar police camp in the district headquarters

Student of DUET missing for 9 days

A student of Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET) has been missing for nine days from a mess

New Donald Trump tariff threat overshadows strong China factory

China's industrial output grew much faster than expected at the start of the year, suggesting the economy may be

China's regulators compete to look tough

China's financial watchdogs are pushing for harsher rules and stepping up action against miscreants, spurred on by official pressure

Solomon sets out to prove revenue engine

Before Goldman Sachs Group Inc operating chief David Solomon takes the next step in his career, the 56-year-old banker

Lufthansa extends contract of CEO Carsten Spohr

German airline group Lufthansa has extended the contract of its Chief Executive Carsten Spohr for a further five years,

Backers of Trump's trade policies pan tariffs

As US President Donald Trump forges ahead with his controversial trade policies, even financial experts who enthusiastically applaud many

China winning war on smog, helping life expectancy

China appears to be "winning" its war on air pollution, making so much progress that life expectancy could rise

Broadcom to end bid for Qualcomm

Singapore-based Broadcom Ltd is planning to scrap its bid for Qualcomm Inc, after US President Donald Trump blocked the

Renewed trade war fears pummel world shares, dollar

World shares slipped for the second straight day and the dollar held near one-week lows after US President Donald

Poultry farmers seek suitable atmosphere

The remaining marginal poultry farmers are looking for fair price of the produced eggs and birds coupled with reasonable

Schoolgirl stabbed by 'drug peddler'

A schoolgirl was stabbed by an alleged drug peddlerin rail slum area of the district town on Wednesday morning

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