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Sunrise Records steps into 70 HMV locations

TORONTO — Sunrise Records is placing a major bet on Canadian music sales with plans to move into 70 retail spaces being vacated by HMV Canada. The Ontario-based music retail chain has negotiated new leases with mall landlords across the country. Sunrise's expansion gives the company a quick foothold....
 

New CEC 'subservient' to govt

Terming the new chief election commissioner “subservient” to the government, Khaleda Zia last night said KM Nurul Huda was given job to facilitate Awami League's win in the next general election. Nonetheless, the BNP will win the upcoming polls if it is held in a free, fair manner, the BNP chief told a programme at her Gulshan office.

Principals' conference at SSC exam venue!

When SSC examinees walk into the hall, most of them usually feel nervous, and all efforts are made to ensure there is no distraction. The government even imposes section 144 around the examination centre during the public examinations like Secondary School Certificate (SSC) in order to provide the examinees a congenial atmosphere.

'I demand quick justice for all killings'

The killing of bloggers because of their views clearly shows how hostile the environment is for free thinking, Prof Ajoy Roy said yesterday. “Some writers express their opinions and thoughts on the internet. If you don't like them, create another blog and write another piece.

MPs denounce 'propaganda' against plan for relocation

The parliamentary standing committee on foreign affairs ministry yesterday denounced the "propaganda" against the government's plan to relocate Rohingyas to Thengarchar near Hatiya Island in Noakhali. The parliamentary watchdog also supported the government plan and suggested continuing its....

Renault Zoe Price Slashed In Portugal — ZE 40 Intens Flex Down To €17,560

. February 26th, 2017 by Pricing for the Renault Zoe has apparently been slashed in Portugal as part of a new promotional push. The pricing is pretty low, quite attractive. The Renault Zoe ZE 40 Intens Flex (battery leasing option) is advertised at €17,560.

Amit Shah says BJP will ban abattoirs

BJP president Amit Shah said here on Sunday that if the party formed a government in Uttar Pradesh after the Assembly elections, slaughterhouses would be banned across the State. “Instead of the blood of cattle, there will be streams of milk and ghee flowing throughout the State,” Mr. Shah said at an election meeting.

Vote with Dalits, BSP chief urges Muslims

BSP chief Mayawati on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah of “dreaming of destroying UP”, saying the public was disenchanted with the “wrong policies” of the Centre and the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh. “Following the wrong policies of the Centre and....

UN suspends Gaza staffer amid allegations of Hamas ties

JERUSALEM — The U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees suspended a Palestinian staffer Sunday, a spokesman for the U.N. agency said as Israel alleged the employee was elected to a leadership position with the Islamist group Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Chris Gunness of UNRWA said Suhail al-Hindi, the....

Israeli hospitals demand funds to continue treating Syrians

JERUSALEM — An Israeli health official says Israel’s hospitals will stop treating Syrian patients in non-emergency cases beginning next week unless the Israeli government fully reimburses the hospitals for years of medical treatments to those wounded in the Syrian civil war.

Protesters demand inquiry into Trump's alleged Russia ties

Credit: The Associated Press Protesters hold placards and chant slogans during a demonstration called "Emergency Rally to Stand for Democracy," Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, in Boston. Demonstrators called for an investigation into what they describe as the possible involvement of Russian officials in the....

County may have to sell public buildings to pay victims of a botched murder trial

It started with a murder, was followed by a botched trial and has ended with a small Nebraska county facing a $30 million judgment it can’t possibly pay. Now the farmers and small town residents of Gage County find themselves on the brink of a rare public bankruptcy, and wondering about possibly....

Your essential guide to getting things changed by the county's most inspiring campaigners

Whatever your feelings about 2016 and 2017 you can't deny it was a year of significant change. And it seemed to be change that came from outside the usual channels. In the USA, President Trump may have been the Republican party candidate but many observers and analysts have always said his election....

UN suspends Gaza staffer amid allegations of Hamas ties

JERUSALEM (AP) — The U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees suspended a Palestinian staffer Sunday, a spokesman for the U.N. agency said as Israel alleged the employee was elected to a leadership position with the Islamist group Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Chris Gunness of UNRWA said Suhail al-Hindi, the....

Israeli hospitals demand funds to continue treating Syrians

JERUSALEM (AP) — An Israeli health official says Israel’s hospitals will stop treating Syrian patients in non-emergency cases beginning next week unless the Israeli government fully reimburses the hospitals for years of medical treatments to those wounded in the Syrian civil war.

Rocket to haul commercial satellites

China's biggest manufacturer of carrier rockets will soon begin to develop the next-generation Long March 8 medium-lift carrier rocket to meet the demands of commercial launch service, according to a senior manager. Li Tongyu, head of carrier rocket development at the China Academy of Launch Vehicle....

Americans' opinion of China on the rise, survey finds

People who are concerned about China's relatively low favorability rating among Americans may breathe a sigh of relief from the latest Gallup poll. The report released last Thursday shows that 50 percent of Americans say they have a favorable opinion of China, up from 44 percent in 2016 and 41 percent in 2012.

Labour: Business rates a 'ticking time bomb' for small companies

Business rates are a "ticking time bomb" for small companies, and the government should ensure there is emergency transitional relief for firms facing "cliff edge" increases, Labour has said. Following pressure from business groups and some Tory MPs, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid announced extra....

Ali's son not alone in facing border scrutiny

The detention of Muhammad Ali's son at a Florida airport has prompted outrage and dismay, but Ali was not the only well-known person to be caught up in intense scrutiny at the U.S. border in recent weeks. U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed over the weekend that it held Muhammad Ali Jr.

The latest way fraudsters are abusing personal information

According to a 2016 report from the security firm ThreatMetrix, identity thieves are working a new seam in the identity theft gold mine: online lending. There is an increase in attacks against providers of alternative lending products. The reason online lenders have attracted this unwanted attention has to do with the niche they occupy.

BlackBerry, Nokia among past names trying to recapture glory

The absence of it in Barcelona, however, meant the understudies of mobile — including Huawei, BlackBerry, Motorola and Nokia — got to assume starring roles. “Samsung not coming (adds an) interesting dimension because it’s given all of the other brands a window of opportunity to make a splash. Take LG for example.

Mother's chance of disrupted sleep 'rises 50% with each child'

Every additional child increases a mother's chances of having her sleep disturbed by 50%, research has shown. But the same does not apply to men. Fathers continue to sleep like babies, no matter how many children they have, according to the US study. Lead researcher Dr Kelly Sullivan, from Georgia....

A questionable grand economic project

S ixteen years after the establishment of the Aqaba Special Economic Zone (ASEZ), it is high time to examine the economics of this grand and costly project that promised much, but failed to deliver. As a starting point, it is important to point out the fact that all the revenues collected by the....

For a cause

It is an exercise in democracy when people with perceived grievances make them known through peaceful means. It was the case on Friday, when people took to the streets calmly to show their disappointment with the government decisions that affect their livelihood, especially with the high cost of living.

Blair’s democratic insurrection

F ormer British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s recent call for voters to think again about leaving the European Union, echoed in parliamentary debates ahead of the government’s official launch of the process in March, is an Emperor’s New Clothes moment. Although Blair is now an unpopular figure, his....

The Dave Smith centre is expanding, but more beds are not the cure-all for addicted youth

If all goes according to plan, in a few years the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre will consolidate its two existing campuses in one new facility in Carp. The centre will then be able to serve 25 per cent more clients. That’s good news in the wake of the counterfeit pharmaceutical-linked deaths of two Ottawa teens.

Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ scares up big $30.5 million debut

LOS ANGELES Great reviews and buzz propelled comedian Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, the micro-budget thriller “Get Out,” to a chart-topping opening weekend with $30.5 million according to studio estimates Sunday. The Blumhouse-produced and Universal Pictures-distributed film cost an estimated $4.

'An engineering feat': Workday traffic flows during Halifax bridge overhaul

HALIFAX -- A roughly 10 metre segment hung in the fog over Halifax Harbour on Sunday to fill the 46th and final gap in the decades-old MacDonald Bridge in time for tens of thousands of cars to cross the bridge Monday morning. On most days since 2015, when the workday ended, construction on the Macdonald Bridge started.

Teen survives SUV's harrowing plunge into Lake St. Clair

Nolan Mullins was just trying to change lanes when the steering wheel of his mother's Ford Flex locked up and aimed him right into the chilly waters of Lake St. Clair. "It felt like the tire locked," the 16-year-old told the Free Press. "I tried shaking the wheel, and I couldn't get it to move. It wouldn't move.

Ecuador: Study Regarding Young Women’s Sexual, reproductive health and rights

Young women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights in Ecuador. HUVUDOMRÅDE: Nursing FÖRFATTARE: Evelina Persson & Linnéa Englund HANDLEDARE: Malin Lindroth JÖNKÖPING 2017 01 An empirical study Introduction The absence of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is the greatest health....

Ghost ships: Why are World War II naval wrecks vanishing in Indonesia?

Removing a shipwreck from the seabed requires time, know-how, and money. Salvage operations in South-East Asia appear to have become Boats disguised as fishing vessels have been used But my conversations with people close to the issue suggest that the Java Sea wrecks were likely removed using a major surface platform known as a claw barge.
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