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Oil prices rise on weaker dollar Oil prices rise on weaker dollar

Oil prices rise in international market as weaker U.S. dollar encouraged buying


Commonwealth trade ministers to meet in London on Mar 9-10 C' Wealth trade ministers to meet in London on Mar 9-10

The meeting-the first of its kind - is jointly convened by the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) and the Commonwealth Secretariat


US-BANGLA Airlines brings computerized departure card US-BANGLA Airlines brings computerized departure card

The computerized departure card would note down all required information of the passenger to ease the immigration process


Matia urges scientists to carry out extensive research on poultry breed 'Carry out extensive research on poultry breed'

She says poultry sector has turned to an emerging sector in Bangladesh though WPSA has begun its activities locally in 1997


Vice President Mike Pence used private email as US governor: report Vice President Pence used private email as US governor

US Vice President Mike Pence used a private email account for matters of public business as governor of Indiana


Formalin scare: Tripura stops fish import from Bangladesh Formalin scare: Tripura stops fish import from Bangladesh

The Indian state bans fish import through Agartala-Akhaura ICP which is the second-largest trading point along the India-Bangladesh border


Snapchat parent rockets higher in Wall Street debut Snapchat parent rockets higher in Wall Street debut

The company had priced its initial public offering of 200 million shares at $17 each on Wednesday


Paper cup industry burdened with high tax rates, call to lower import duty Paper cup industry call to import duty

Though most of the countries realise 5-10 percent duty on the import of raw materials for paper cups but Bangladeshi entrepreneurs have to pay 25%


German unemployment remains at all-time low German unemployment remains at all-time low

Unemployment in Germany hung on at an all-time low in February, official data showed Wednesday,…


China to cut 500,000 steel and coal jobs this year China to cut 500,000 steel and coal jobs this year

China said Wednesday it will cut 500,000 jobs in the steel and coal industries this year as it…


Mix farming can revive small indigenous fish species: Experts Mix farming can revive small indigenous fish species: Experts

They say substantial and sustainable reaching of fish farming technologies to the grassroots growers needed for boosting fish production


Walton sets target of selling 1.7m fridges in 2017 Walton targets to sale 1.7m fridges in 2017

Witnessing the previous year’s growth and demand hike for Walton brand fridges, the authority sets a target of selling 1.7 million fridges in 2017


Stocks maintain downtrend as major sector dip Stocks maintain downtrend as major sector dip

Pharmaceuticals and Chemical and insurance sectors advances at the day's closing marginally


IMF says Iran rebounds after nuclear deal, but danger looms IMF says Iran rebounds after nuclear deal, but danger looms

The IMF released a report early on Tuesday that said Iran's real gross domestic product grew by 7.4 percent, recovering from a recession


Bangladesh excels in Delhi’s DCWA International Bazaar Bangladesh excels in Delhi’s International Bazaar

The event is organised by Delhi Commonwealth Women’s Association (DCWA), a non-profit organisation at the front lawns of Ashok Hotel on Sunday

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