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Thursday 27th December, 2012
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traders participate in Jalpaiguri industrial trade fair

Over 150 domestic and foreign participants have come together to set up
stalls at the 6th Industrial Trade Fair-2012 in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, which
began on December 25 and will continue till ...
Bird flu in
Bangladesh 100000 birds culled

Around 100,000 birds have been culled and 250,000 eggs destroyed in
Bangladesh following a major outbreak of avian flu on the outskirts of the
capital, officials said Wednesday. The bird flu was ...
Two held in
Bangladesh for graft in $3-bn bridge project

suspects, including a former secretary of the Bangladesh government, were
Wednesday arrested on charges of bribery in appointing a Canadian firm as
consultant for a $3-billion bridge ...
Bangladesh coach pleads ODI case

many rush to pronounce the death of one-day international (ODI) cricket,
Bangladesh interim coach Shane Jurgensen wants pundits to ponder the plight of
the world's developing cricket ...
slaughters 1.5 lakh birds over avian flu

Bangladesh’s livestock authorities are slaughtering around
150,000 chickens at a giant poultry farm near Dhaka after the worst outbreak of
avian flu in five years, officials said on ...
objects to Indias plans to build dams in Meghalaya

Last week, Bangladesh sent a letter to authorities in India to express
its objection to the construction of two hydroelectric dams on two rivers in
unhappy with Turkey over misuse of visa

Dhaka has sharply reacted to Ankara over misuse of "on arrival
visa" facilities by an NGO delegation, which visited Bangladesh from
December 20 to 24 and reportedly advocated in favour of ...
Bangladesh-Russia $500m N-power deal next

Bangladesh and Russia will sign a US$500 million deal in January to
complete the pre-construction phase of the nuclear power plant to be set up at
Rooppur in Pabna ...
tea price climbs on strong demand

DHAKA: Tea prices in Bangladesh climbed 7.3 percent at a weekly auction
on Wednesday on strong demand from local buyers, brokers said.The average price
of Bangladeshi tea rose to 258.70 taka ($3.2) ...
North Zone
look the strongest of the BCL teams

North Zone Mushfiqur Rahim, the Bangladesh captain, will lead the
northern region and will have several of his Rajshahi Division team-mates in the
side, though there is a fair smattering of ...
second first-class tournament to start

Cricket in Bangladesh will take a step towards the right direction with
the launching of the country's second first-class tournament. The
Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) begins on Thursday as a ...
reels from political bickering

Dhaka, Bangladesh - After a month of strikes and sometimes deadly
street protests, Bangladesh's government is staring at an irreconcilable
political deadlock. The opposition, led by the ...
BCB likely
to launch new probe into umpire corruption

Bangladeshi umpires Nadir Shah and Sharfuddoula Ibne Shahid Saikat will
go through fresh investigations after the previous committee did not submit a
report to the BCB within the stipulated time. ...
World News
US adoptions ban
finds full support in Russian parliament

Russia's upper chamber of parliament on Wednesday unanimously voted in favor of
a controversial measure banning Americans from adopting Russian children. The
legislation now goes to ...
27 killed in
Kazakhstan military plane crash

Kazakh border service chief was among 27 people killed in a military plane crash
that wiped out almost all the top echelon of Kazakhstan's national security
agency, officials said ...
Egypt President
Morsi signs new constitution into law

Egypt's new constitution shaped by Islamist parties was signed into law by
President Mohamed Morsi, a day after he announced it had been approved by a
large majority in a referendum that his ...
ignited blaze in Lagos kills one

Abe promises to
battle deflation and bolster ties with US

Iranian links
traced to woman attacker who killed US contractor

Longest high
speed rail network begins operation in China

Instagram faces
class action lawsuit against new terms of service

US ban sought by
Samsung on some Ericsson products

Covidien to
acquire Fremont based CV Ingenuity

Business & Finance
Abe promises to
battle deflation and bolster ties with US

new Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, unveiled his new cabinet that includes
long-time allies to help him draft an extra budget to spur the nation's flagging
economy. He has promised ...
Longest high
speed rail network begins operation in China

Beijing -
China Wednesday commenced service of the world's longest high-speed rail route
of 2,298-kilometre (1,425-mile) between Beijing and Guangzhou to cover the
distance from the capital to the ...
Instagram faces
class action lawsuit against new terms of service

potential class-action lawsuit has been filed against Facebook-owned Instagram
for announcing new terms of service last week. The civil lawsuit, filed by San
Diego law firm ...
US ban sought by
Samsung on some Ericsson products

Covidien to
acquire Fremont based CV Ingenuity

Google muscles
onto Microsofts turf in business software Report

European stocks
up in thin trading

Nonprofit tech
innovators inspire new philanthropy

approvals for house purchases reach ten-month high

US Storm Pounds
East Hundreds of Flights Cancelled

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