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Stocks of finished goods in all nine state-owned jute mills of Khulna are piling up in the face of depressed sales in global jute market, part of a chain of crises afflicting the

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Having failed to maintain standard parameters for products, 52 branded factory units faced either cancellation or suspension of licences against some of their substandard

Govt’s bank borrowing rises as tax receipt slow

A sluggish growth in tax collection pushed the government to borrow from the country’s banking system in March and April this year as half of the annual development programme is

Trump does not want war with Iran

US president Donald Trump has told his top advisers he does not want to get the United States involved in a war with Iran, three US officials said on Thursday. ‘He doesn’t

Anxious Indian Muslims fear Modi’s 2nd term

At their usual evening gathering, six retired Muslim academics outdo each other with gloomy predictions if Narendra Modi is re-elected prime minister in India’s polls ending

Brexit talks collapse as UK PM’s premiership crumbles

Britain’s tumultuous divorce from the European Union was again in disarray on Friday after the opposition Labour Party declared last-ditch talks dead due to prime minister

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