Day: August 15, 2020

‫تكنوتري تتحدى الركود الاقتصادي العالمي محققة نتائج مالية قوية

August 15, 2020

هلسنكي، 15 أغسطس/ آب، 2020 /PRNewswire/ — أعلنت تكنوتري “Tecnotree” المزود العالمي لحلول تقنية المعلومات بقطاع الاتصالات، عن نتائجها المالية نصف السنوية لعام 2020. وعلى الرغم من الوضع الاقتصادي المتقلب والمثير للتحدي، حققت تكنوتري نتائج قوية في جميع القياسات الرئيسية. وبمواصلة مسار النمو القوي الذي حققته بالربع الأول من 2020، حققت تكنوتري زيادة في العائدات عن الربع السابق […]

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Tanzania’s tourism sector rebounds as virus fears wane

August 15, 2020

Hordes of tourists are flocking to Tanzania as fears over the coronavirus pandemic are rapidly fading, raising hopes for the country’s hardest-hit tourism sector, which is emerging from the ravages of the deadly pathogen.Despite a perceived lack of tra…

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PROFILE – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman: Life devoted to countrymen

August 15, 2020

Amid the coronavirus pandemic storming through the country, Bangladesh is commemorating the 45th anniversary of assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, its founder who was brutally murdered on Aug. 15, 1975.In honor of the country’s great leader, whose…

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COVID-19 alters Indian Independence Day celebrations

August 15, 2020

As the COVID-19 cases in India touch an all-time high, the world’s second-most populous country celebrates the 74th Independence Day following pandemic precautions.From pulling in military bands to thank coronavirus frontliners to isolating police per…

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Empty stadiums no effect on Turkish pitch performance

August 15, 2020

Despite the disruption of matches across Europe because of the coronavirus pandemic, rescheduling matches or holding competition in empty stadiums, most Turkish footballers enjoyed a productive 2019-20 campaign.- Caglar Soyuncu, Leicester CityThe defen…

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OPINION – ‘Soft power, pillar of Indian foreign policy’

August 15, 2020

The expression “soft power” may be understood in terms of a usable national capacity to advance foreign policy objectives and priorities by using non-coercive means. It remains a vital instrument in foreign policy by itself or as a complement to the ap…

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