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Kolkata Police-CBI face-off: Will continue Satyagraha till country is saved, says Mamata

Kolkata : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who began a sit-in protest over the CBI's attempt to question the Kolkata Police chief in connection with chit fund scams, said Monday she will continue her "Satyagraha" till the country and its Constitution are "saved".
 

There Is A B-1B Bomber With A Red Colored Custom Cockpit

Dutch aviation photographer Roelof-Jan Gort recently posted photos on social media from his visit to RAF Fairford where he got a close-up look at B-1Bs operating from there in support of exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2018. Some of the photos show the crew inside a B-1B cockpit as they prepare for a mission.

Lava, Indian Phone Manufacturer Enters Nigerian Market

By Ugo Aliogo. Lava International Limited, a multinational mobile phone manufacturer has entered into the Nigerian market through the launch of its champion series (C1, A1, N1) and smartphones Z series (Z81 2GB, Z81 3GB) and the Iris 51. The company is targeting emerging markets.

IMC Tasks Consultants on Improved Standards

By Fred Ojeh. The Director General of the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC), Prof. David Iornem, has urged professionals in consultancy sub-sector to adopt the ISO: 20700, based on improvement of transparency and understanding between clients and practitioners as encapsulated in its foundation and purpose practice.

Textile Firm to Continue Operations Despite Indebtedness, Says AMCON

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has said the Nigerian Braiding Manufacturers Limited (NBML), a Kano State-based textile company it recently took over will continue its operations. The corporation took over the company as a result of its non-performing loans it had purchased from banks.

NCC Takes Anti-cybercrime Campaign to Niger

By Emma Okonji. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) last week took its enlightenment against cybercrime to Mokwa Local Government Area of Niger State. In the state, the NCC sensitised telecommunication consumers in the state on the role they needed to play in order to protect themselves against rising wave of the cybercrime scourge.

Chi Acquisition: Coca Cola Assures Stakeholders of Sustainability

By Raheem Akingbolu. Few days after the acquisition of Chi Limited from TGI Group by Coca-Cola Company, stakeholders, especially consumers of the former have been assured that the quality of the various products on the stable of the Chi brand will not only be sustained, but be taken a notch higher by the new owners.

Paddy Power warned Donohoe over betting tax

Paddy Power Betfair warned the government that the move to double the betting levy would make the company consider other locations for future investment and encourage unregulated gaming operators. Independent journalism every day. With digital access you can read The Business Post whenever, wherever, and however you want.

China hands over satellite TV project to Uganda government

Chinese Ambassador to Uganda, Mr. Zheng Zhuqiang {left} toast a drink with President Yoweri Museveni in remembrance of the good relationship between China and Uganda. In Summary. The project, which was implemented by Star Times under the supervision of the Chinese Embassy in Kampala and ICT Ministry, was started last year in July.

Pope Francis lands in UAE for historic visit

Pope Francis landed in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday for the first ever visit by a pontiff to the Arabian Peninsula -- the birthplace of Islam. The pope touched down in Abu Dhabi for the 48-hour trip during which he will meet leading Muslim clerics and hold an open-air mass for some 135,000 Catholics.

Fatal Tas plane crash site out of reach

Rough terrain has prevented investigators reaching the site of a fatal plane crash southwest of Hobart which killed a woman pilot. Nikita Walker, 30, was flying solo when her twin-engine aircraft crashed near the summit of West Portal, in Tasmania's rugged Western Arthur Range on December 8.

Energy users could be paid to reduce use

Consumers could be paid for reducing the amount of electricity they use to help the grid during peak demand in an industry change being considered by the market's rule maker. The Australian Energy Market Commission is taking late submissions to the rule change, which is so far supported by the....

New climate change plan needed before financial boost for Scotland's declining oil & gas industry is final, say MPs

A MONEY-SPINNING boost for Scotland 's flagging oil and gas industry should not be finalised without a detailed plan for tackling climate change, a group of influential MPs have warned. A report published today by the Scottish Affairs Committee recommends that the 176m industry and government....

National Texas police capture MMA fighter after he escaped custody CNN Newsource 6:47 PM, Feb 03, 2019

An MMA fighter facing murder charges escaped custody for nine hours before being caught Sunday. Police in Conroe, Texas, just outside Houston, said Cedric Joseph Marks, 44, ran away from a Texas Prisoner Transport Services van while it was stopped at a McDonald's.

Deadlocked and divided: What now for the Palestinians?

Relations between Palestinian leaders and Donald Trump’s administration have reached a low point, and Saeb Erekat has now suggested that Washington deserves a better leader. "This White House requires giant statesmen and not real estate agents," said Erekat, who is the Secretary-General of the....

Dozens of Haitian refugees die after Bahamas shipwreck At least 28 bodies have been recovered and 17 people rescued off the coast of the Abaco island. The Bahamas have seen 300 Haitians try to illegally enter the country since the start of 2019.

At least 28 Haitian refugees died when a boat sunk off the coast of the Bahamas, officials said on Sunday. The incident began the day before, when the ship floundered 10 kilometers (6 miles) off the coast of Marsh Harbour on the island of Abaco. "Thus far, a total of 17 persons have been rescued....

Musicals Make More Money on the Road than on Broadway

The grass is actually greener on the other side. While box office revenues on Broadway have fallen in recent weeks as tourists left New York and the cold winter weather set in, box office revenues of Broadway shows touring across the nation are still quite high. In fact, some musicals made more money last week on the road than on Broadway.

Diamond Cement Group rewards customers, distributors

Diamond Cement Group has held a customer appreciation event to acknowledge its dealers, customers and distributors across the country. Held in Accra at the Accra Marriott Hotel, about 40 customers and distributors who have partnered the company to grow the cement business in the country were....

Donald Trump’s UK visit cost £14.2m in policing, figures show

Policing Donald Trump’s four-day visit to the UK cost more than 14.2 million, according to figures obtained by the Press Association. The US president flew in to swathes of protests as he met the Queen at Windsor Castle, was hosted by Theresa May and played golf in Scotland.

Oil and gas industry can thrive with UK Government support, say MPs

The committee heard from academics, industry bodies, unions, energy and climate change specialists, experts in decommissioning and regulators, as well as the UK and Scottish Governments, over the course of an inquiry. Noting the sector had “come through a significant and challenging downturn”, the....

No-deal Brexit threatens 700,000 tourism jobs, trade body warns

More than 700,000 jobs in the travel and tourism sector could be lost over a decade in the event of a no-deal Brexit, carving an 18.6 billion hole in Britain’s GDP, a trade body has warned. Some 308,000 UK-based roles and a further 399,000 in European Union states would be at risk if Britain left....

Fatal Tas plane crash site out of reach

Rough terrain has prevented investigators reaching the site of a fatal plane crash southwest of Hobart which killed a woman pilot. Nikita Walker, 30, was flying solo when her twin-engine aircraft crashed near the summit of West Portal, in Tasmania's rugged Western Arthur Range on December 8.

Official: Cedric Marks taken into custody, found hiding in a trash can

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX (KXXV) - Officials say that Cedric Marks has been apprehended, hours after his initial escape. Marks was being extradited back to Bell County to face burglary charges connected to his ex-girlfriend Jenna Scott. Temple police said Scott filed a protective order against Marks in July 2018, months before she went missing.

Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel closes for refurbishments

The Rainbow Tourism Group will temporarily close the Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel to make way for renovations. Rainbow Tourism Group Corporate Communications and Innovations Manager, Pride Khumbula said the hotel will, however, be ready for the 2019 Zimbabwe International Trade Fair set for the end of April in the city.

Uncertaintly over decision to extend Numaish

HYDERABAD: Although the president of All India Industrial Exhibition Society Etela Rajender has announced the extension of the ongoing Numaish by another three days from February 15 in view of its closure for two days after a major fire broke out recently, uncertainty looms large over the decision.

After ‘difficulty’ in giving judgments, Supreme Court may soon find it tough to select judges for Supreme Court and high courts

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court last week startled many by blurting out what has been disturbing judges for nearly a decade. “It is becoming more difficult to render justice in a fair, impartial and fearless manner” because of a demoralising atmosphere created by some unscrupulous people, it said.

Fatal Tas plane crash site out of reach

Rough terrain has prevented investigators reaching the site of a fatal plane crash southwest of Hobart which killed a woman pilot. Nikita Walker, 30, was flying solo when her twin-engine aircraft crashed near the summit of West Portal, in Tasmania's rugged Western Arthur Range on December 8.

Indiabudgetofferstaxcuts#x2c;handoutsforpoorfarmers

NEW DELHI (AP) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on Friday announced cash handouts for small farmers, an informal pension scheme and a doubling of tax relief for the lower middle class in an interim budget designed to shore up its popularity ahead of national elections due before May.

Tecsys Continues European Expansion with Acquisition of PCSYS A/S

MONTREAL, Feb. 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tecsys Inc. (TSX: TCS), a Montreal-based supply chain management software company, today announced its acquisition of PCSYS A/S, a Danish technology company. Founded in 1990, PCSYS is a leader in Europe when it comes to software and hardware solutions for....

YIELD GROWTH LISTS on the U.S. OTCQB VENTURE MARKET under the Symbol “BOSQF”

is pleased to announce that the OTCQB Venture Market has approved the listing of the company’s shares on the OTCQB market under the ticker symbol “BOSQF” and that trading will begin at market open on February 1, 2019. The company will also continue to trade on the Canadian Securities Exchange under....

ChildCare Education Institute Offers No-Cost Online Course on Dual Language Learning in the Early Childhood Environment

Duluth, GA, Feb. 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ChildCare Education Institute® (CCEI), an online child care training provider dedicated exclusively to the early care and education workforce, offers CHD102: Dual Language Learning in the Early Childhood Environment as a no-cost trial course to new CCEI users February 1-28, 2019.
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