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J&J to pay $4.69 bn damages in talc cancer case

St. Louis, Jul 13 : A St. Louis jury on Thursday awarded nearly $4.7 billion in total damages to 22 women and their families after they claimed asbestos in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer in the first case against the company that focused on asbestos in the powder. The jury announced the $4.14 billion award ...

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Despite Being Betrayed by the Leaders of the Brexit Campaign, BCA  Held an Extremely Successful Demonstration in the Palace of Westminster

Bangladesh Caterers Association held a highly successful protest at the Palace of Westminster on the 10th of July 2018 to lobby for change of the discriminatory policies that has damaged one of the greatest British immigration success stories of all times, that of the Great British Curry Industry. The Protest organised and attended by over 2000 members and regional supporters ...

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London Tradition moves to new address

Queens Awards winner and Bangladeshi owned mainstream business enterprise London Tradition has moved to its new address.  The office and Factory of London Tradition has moved to South Woodford of Walthamstow from Hackney.  The company organised a Milad Mahfil for this move.   At the meeting, Mamun Chowdhury of London Tradition Group addressed the attendees briefly.  In his speech he requested for Duwa and co-operation ...

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Hasan Travel & Tours announce office relocation

The London based Travel Agency has relocated their Leytonstone and Cannon Street Road offices to allow for further growth of its Travel Services Hasan Travel & Tours have moved into a new office in the heart of East London opposite the iconic East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre. The move allows room for growth of the business and an ...

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Barclays to move UK jobs to Frankfurt ahead of Brexit

Between 40 and 50 London investment banking roles are to shift to Germany Barclays is to shift between 40 and 50 investment banking jobs from London to Frankfurt as it prepares for Britain’s exit from the EU. Previously, the bank, which employs 48,700 people in the UK, said it would be expanding its operations in Dublin by 150-200 jobs, making ...

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Dr Yunus urges all to get out of civilisation based on greed

Social Business Day 2018 celebration kicks off in Bangalore   Photo: Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus inaugurating the eighth Social Business Day organised by Yunus Center at Infosys Electronic City Campus in Bangalore, India on Thursday. Bangalore (India), June 28 : Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus on Thursday urged everyone to get out of the civilisation based on greed and ...

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BCA to demonstrate in front of British Parliament for legalisation of undocumented skilled workers

Bangladesh Caterers Association (BCA) is to organise a demonstration and meeting with MPs on 10th of July in front of British Parliament demanding to reinstate work permit scheme  and legalisation of skilled workers who does not have legal documentations. To make the demonstration successful BCA recently organised a networking meeting in a restaurant at Stanford in Essex, which was organised by ...

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Government rejects plan for £1.3bn tidal lagoon in Swansea

Ministers say project is too expensive but decision sparks widespread criticism The government has rejected plans for a £1.3bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay, dashing industry hopes of Britain leading development of a new source of renewable energy and sparking widespread criticism. Ministers said the project, which would have been subsidised through household energy bills for decades, was too expensive ...

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Foreign businesses to UK: solve Brexit or risk £100bn in trade

Firms from US, Canada, Japan and India lobby UK to avoid disorderly EU exit Bombardier, which has a railway plant in Derby, is among the businesses to have demanded urgent action over Brexit negotiations. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Business leaders from the US, Canada, Japan and India have told the British government to solve the Brexit issue urgently ...

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British celebrity chef Tommy  Miah prepared food at Feast Restaurant

Bangla Mirror Desk: The authentic dishes of Bangladesh, especially the street food can compete at the world level.  If presented in a proper way, not only Bangladeshis or Indians will be attracted to it, but the people from all over the world will love to taste it. British celebrity chef Tommy Miah and founder of  Indian Chef of the Year ...

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