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  • People take part a candle-light vigil organised by Sammilito Sangskritik Jote, an organisation of cultural activists, at Central Shaheed Minar to remember the victims of the Gulshan cafe attack on July 3, 2016 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

    Militants who killed 20 people at a Dhaka restaurant made no demands, Bangladesh's home minister said, rejecting Islamic State's claims of responsibility.

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 3- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after 18 foreigners were killed in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for around 80 percent of its exports and...

  • *Bangladesh army says most victims in restaurant were foreigners. DHAKA, July 2- Islamist militants killed 20 people, including at least nine Italians, seven Japanese and an American, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital, before security forces stormed the building and ended a 12- hour standoff on Saturday. The gunmen, who stormed the busy...

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 2- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed at least 17 foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for around 80...

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 2- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed 20 foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for around 80 percent of...

  • *Bangladesh army says most victims in restaurant were foreigners. DHAKA, July 2- Islamist militants killed 20 people, including at least nine Italians, seven Japanese and an American, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital, before security forces stormed the building and ended a 12- hour standoff on Saturday. The gunmen, who stormed the busy...

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 2- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed more than a dozen foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for...

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 2- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed more than a dozen foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for...

  • DHAKA/ MUMBAI, July 2- Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed more than a dozen foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for...

  • *Bangladesh army says most victims in restaurant were foreigners. DHAKA, July 2- Islamist militants killed 20 people, including at least nine Italians and seven Japanese, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital, before security forces stormed the building and ended a 12- hour standoff on Saturday. The gunmen, who stormed the busy restaurant in...

  • *Bangladesh army says most victims in restaurant were foreigners. *Country's $26 bln garment sector likely to be hurt. DHAKA, July 2- Islamist militants killed 20 people, including at least nine Italians and seven Japanese, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital, before security forces stormed the building and ended a 12- hour standoff on...

  • *Bangladesh army says most victims in restaurant were foreigners. *Country's $26 bln garment sector likely to be hurt. DHAKA, July 2- Islamist militants killed 20 people, including at least nine Italians, inside an upmarket restaurant in Bangladesh's capital, before security forces stormed the building and ended a 12- hour standoff on Saturday.

  • MUMBAI, July 1- The UK's healthcare regulator has decided to suspended marketing approval for a widely used antibiotic that had won clearance based on clinical trials conducted by India's Quest Life Sciences, due to concerns over the integrity of trial data. The MHRA's decision bars the sale of a generic version of erythromycin that is being sold in the UK by...

  • MUMBAI, July 1- The UK's healthcare regulator has suspended marketing approval for a widely used antibiotic that had won clearance based on clinical trials conducted by India's Quest Life Sciences, due to concerns over the integrity of trial data. The MHRA's decision bars the sale of a generic version of erythromycin that is being sold in the UK by Dawa Ltd, a...

  • NEW DELHI, July 1- India's first locally-built combat aircraft officially took to the skies on Friday, 33 years after it was cleared for development, marking a long-held goal of cutting expensive imports to build a domestic defence-industrial base. India's fighter aircraft fleet, made up of a mix of Russian, British and French planes, is down to 33 squadrons as...

  • Hershey's

    Hershey said on Thursday it had rejected a $23 billion takeover bid by Mondelez International.

  • Chairman Frank MacInnis, Keith Meister and Eric Mandelblatt were among the directors to step down, according to the sources. Meister and Mandelblatt run two of the company's largest investors, hedge funds Corvex Management LP and Soroban Capital Partners, respectively. Ralph Izzo, Steven Nance and Laura Sugg also stepped down from the board, two of the sources...

  • June 30- Hershey Co said on Thursday it had rejected a $23 billion takeover bid by Mondelez International Inc that would seek to expand the latter's limited U.S. footprint and create the world's largest confectioner. The snub underscores the challenges Mondelez Chief Executive Irene Rosenfeld faces in wooing Hershey's controlling shareholder, the Hershey...

  • Chairman Frank MacInnis, Keith Meister and Eric Mandelblatt were among the directors to step down, according to the source. Meister and Mandelblatt run two of the company's largest investors, hedge funds Corvex Management LP and Soroban Capital Partners, respectively. Ralph Izzo and Steven Nance also stepped down from the board, the source said.

  • June 30- Hershey Co said on Thursday it had rejected a $23 billion preliminary offer by Mondelez International Inc that would seek to expand the latter's limited U.S. footprint and create the world's largest confectioner. The snub underscores the challenges Mondelez faces in wooing Hershey's controlling shareholder, the Hershey Trust, a $12 billion charity...