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প্রমোটার কে গুলি করতে এসে পুলিশের হাতে ধ...

প্রমোটার কে গুলি করতে এসে পুলিশের হাতে ধরা পড়লো...

প্রমোটার কে গুলি করতে এসে ছদ্দ বেশি পুলিশের হাতে ধরা পড়লো 4 দুষ্কৃতি,2টো বোম,একটি ওয়ান সাটার, একটি পিস্তল,2 রাউন্ড... read more »

Easy ways to lift your net profile

Easy ways to lift your net profile

HAVING a website is good – but using it properly is better. A strong brand and compelling content will attract users, but business owners need to seize social media to promote their brand on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus accounts. It won’t deliver a top ranking but will... read more »

New lows for coal prices – Whiteha...

New lows for coal prices – Whitehaven

WHITEHAVEN Coal chairman Mark Vaile says there is little sign of a market rebound in coal prices, but demand from China is expected to pick up in early 2013. Mr Vaile told shareholders at Whitehaven’s annual general meeting coal prices had hit new lows in recent weeks. The benchmark price of... read more »

Loblaw cuts 700 Toronto head office jobs

Loblaw cuts 700 Toronto head office jobs

The decision by Loblaw Companies Limited to chop 700 jobs from the payroll in administration and at head office in Brampton on Tuesday was met with mixed reviews from analysts and investors. After the announcement, shares rose 84 cents and closed at $34.72. Loblaw has been upgrading its supply... read more »

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