- Foreign Affairs
- November 18, 2017
‘Export diversification would be possible only when adequate and appropriate policy support is provided to all export-oriented industries’
The country’s overall export earnings stood at $34.83 billion in FY16/17
A GD has been filed with Khilgaon police station early Wednesday morning
The Saudi government also called on citizens not to travel to the country
David Davidar is the founding publisher of Penguin India and has been a publisher for thirty years
BNP last week announced to hold a rally at the Suhrawardy Udyan on November 12 on the occasion of November 7.
‘When we were searching for narcotics inside the cinema hall, we heard a faint voice calling for help’
Drafts of the two laws have been sent to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), at the advice of the European Union and ILO themselves.
The helicopter crash victim’s father had 14 children and became Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and first deputy prime minister on January 13, 2015
Devdas, based on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel, is probably the most remade film in Indian cinema, having spawned 17 adaptations so far
The child named Rajjo was allegedly put under mental pressure by the Runout team during the shoot of a television commercial
BCB boss Nazmul Hasan informed that they will be on the lookout for a coach, provided Chandika Hathurusingha is determined to stay with his decision of resigning
About 200 Rohingyas arrived in Teknaf on Thursday morning after a six-hour boat journey to complete an escape that begun weeks ago
Habibul had been picked up after his phone number was found in connection with a case filed for the embezzlement of money from a bank manager
Sara has been finalised for an upcoming production of Anushka Sharma
The competition will commence with the motto ‘New voice in Cricket’
Even Spain’s national football team has been unable to avoid the tense political climate in the country at the moment, as calls for a boycott have been made in response to their new shirt
What is more likely is that Trump had access to a diplomatically secure satellite phone which could bypass domestic networks
Inu said he allied himself with the Awami League just for the sake of the country
Tania Joya married John Georgelas, known as Yahya al-Bahrumi, in 2003 and they moved to Syria in August 2013 with four children.