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  • India's cricket board rejects proposal to trim revenue

    India has voted against a proposed shake-up of cricket's global governing body that threatens its influence as one of the game's "Big Three" powers along with Australia and England.

  • West Ham fans offered deal to get Payet off their backs

    After selling Dimitri Payet to Olympique de Marseille for 25 million pounds ($31.2 million), West Ham United are offering fans a cut-price deal to get the French forward off their backs as well.

  • Barca seals massive deal with Japan's Rakuten

    Spanish giants FC Barcelona sealed a massive shirt sponsorship deal Wednesday with Japanese online retailer Rakuten worth at least 55 million euros ($59 million) a year.

  • Ronaldo bags 'long-term' Nike deal

    A day after signing a bumper fresh contract with Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo boosts his mind-boggling earnings with a new deal with Nike.

  • Ballon d'Or returns home to France

    The Ballon d'Or deal between France football and FIFA has ended, the French publication and football's governing body announce.

  • 'No smoke without fire'

    French midfielder Paul Pogba is a target for Manchester United their manager Jose Mourinho all but confirmed to the BBC in an interview.

  • Wolves bought by Chinese conglomerate for £45m

    Chinese conglomerate Fosun International buys Wolverhampton Wanderers for £45m, with the club expected to confirm the deal on Thursday.

  • Barca agree reported record Nike deal

    Barcelona agreed a "long-term" contract extension with American sportswear giants Nike on Saturday, which will reportedly see the Catalan club surpass Manchester United with the most lucrative kit-sponsorship deal in the world.

  • Six power deals get go-ahead

    The government continues to award power project contracts on the basis of unsolicited negotiations under the Special Act for Speedy Supply of Power and Energy, 2010, although the country is no longer reeling from electricity shortage.

  • Deal reached over ‘comfort women’

    Japan and South Korea have reached a historic deal to settle the issue of "comfort women" forced to work in Japanese brothels during World War Two.

  • Japan, India sign bullet train deal

    India has agreed to buy a high-speed bullet train from Japan, in an attempt to transform its creaking rail system.

  • Facebook delegation due on Dec 6: Tarana

    Facebook authority will visit Bangladesh on December 6 to discuss a proposal about signing a deal with the government to combat cybercrimes in the country.

  • Quader for borderless connectivity among BBIN

    Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has batted for “borderless connectivity” with Bhutan, India and Nepal to “achieve fruit of the transport corridor” among these nations.

  • Barca blast Messi exit reports

    Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has responded angrily to reports suggesting Lionel Messi will leave the club, insisting that the reports are "embarrassing".

  • South and North Korea agree deal to reduce tensions

    South Korea halts its propaganda broadcasts into North Korea as part of a deal to defuse tension.

  • Radamel Falcao

    Chelsea sign Falcao on loan

    Chelsea sign Monaco striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal, with the option to make the deal permanent.

  • Cabinet okays draft of motor vehicle deal

    The cabinet approves the draft of motor vehicle agreement among Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal.

  • Dhaka, Beijing sign 6 instruments

    Bangladesh and China today signed six instruments to further boost bilateral ties between the two countries both at public and private sectors.

  • Federal Express truck

    FedEx takes over TNT Express

    FedEx Corp said on Tuesday it has offered to buy Dutch package delivery company TNT Express for 4.4 billion euros.

  • Obama hails Iran nuclear agreement

    US President Obama hails a deal restricting Iran's nuclear programme as a "historic understanding" which, if implemented, will make world safer.

  • Obama tells Iran of 'historic' opportunity

    US President Barack Obama has tells the Iranian people that a deal to transform the relationship between the two countries could be within reach.