Mar 142017
 
Judiciary has been taken hostage, says Bangladesh Supreme Court

Law ministry did not carry out Supreme Court order regarding suspension of the lower court judges for corruption and misconduct, says Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha. The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court (SC) of Bangladesh is expressively annoyed with the repeated time petitions of the government for finalizing service rules and conduct for lower

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Jul 032014
 
Nizami now physically fit to stand trial

Pulack Ghatack: Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami has recovered from his illness and he is now fit for appearing before the International Crimes Tribunal-1 (ICT-1) to stand trial for crimes against humanity, jail sources said. Civil surgeon of Dhaka Dr Abdul Malek also confirmed improvement of Nizami’s physical condition. “He is now in good

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Jun 212013
 
Bangladesh sentences 10 militants to death

Dhaka, 21 June 2o13: A court in Dhaka, Bangladesh, sentenced 10 Islamic militants to death for assisting a disguised suicide bomber who killed eight people near a courthouse in November 2005. All the dead were lawyers working at the Gazipur Bar Association offices in Gazipur

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Sep 182012
 
Bangladesh amends Grameen Bank act

Dhaka, Sept 18 : The parliament of Bangladesh on Tuesday passed the ‘Grameen Bank (Amendment) Bill, 2012’, aiming at making the appointment of its managing director more transparent. But it founding managing director Professor MD Muhammad Yunus criticized the move by terming it a “government ploy to take full control” over the Nobel winning organisation.

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Sep 182012
 
Bangladesh enact Hindu Marriage Registration law

Dhaka Sept 18, 2012 : The parliament of Bangladesh on Tuesday passed the long awaited “Hindu Marriage Registration Act 2012”  giving its Hindu population the option for official documentation of their marriages. The law is aimed at providing legal and social protection to Hindu community members particularly safeguarding women from marriage related frauds. Piloting the

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Aug 302012
 
Government seeks to overturn HC verdict on speaker's ruling

DHAKA, Aug 30:  The government on Thursday decided to challenge in the apex court a High Court verdict invalidating the ruling by parliamentary speaker Abdul Hamid, law minister Shafique Ahmed said, reports BSS. “We have asked the attorney general to file an appeal before the Supreme Court’s Appellate Division against the Monday’s High verdict on

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Aug 232012
 

DHAKA, 12 April 2012: The citizens belonging to the Hindu community, who constitute nearly a tenth of Bangladesh’s 148-million-strong population, are held back by centuries-old customary laws which majority of them want to get updated suiting the modern socioeconomicmilieu. Many leading people in the Cartun faith, who have moved for necessary reformers, regret that the

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Aug 232012
 
Love for her prisoner husband

Bogra, 24 February 2012: Her husband was arrested in 1988 and jailed for life in two murder cases. But she believes her husband was innocent. She has also heard that the High Court had acquitted her husband, Abdul Mannan Yusuf, of a murder charge 12 years ago. Rubia Begum has been in long wait for

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Aug 232012
 
Bangladeshi war criminal added to Canada’s wanted list

TORONTO,  Aug 23, 2012: A war criminal from Bangladesh was placed on the Canada Border Services Agency’s wanted list on Thursday along with four other foreign nationals. Ali Imam, 59, who had been living in Montreal until his disappearance, is the subject of a Canada-wide warrant for removal due to his involvement in crimes against

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Aug 232012
 
Lower judiciary, police confused over war crime cases

The field-level administration and magistrates are confused about the criminal cases filed in connection with offenses committed during the Liberation War as the government recently decided in principle to transfer the cases to the International Crimes Tribunal. No Gazette notification or official order was issued regarding the decision taken at a meeting of the home

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Aug 232012
 
271 war crime cases in CrPC-tribunal tangle

Dhaka, 27 November 2010 : Fate of 271 war crimes related cases filed with police stations and magistrate courts across the country appears to be uncertain as the cases are being transferred to the International Crimes Tribunal, which cannot dispose of cases under CrPc. The transfer decision made at a meeting of the home and

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Aug 232012
 

Dhaka: 21 Nov 2010: The constitution of Bangladesh is being reprinted with major changes. This might cause confusion as all the changes were not specified in the Supreme Court (SC) verdict that had declared the fifth amendment illegal. The SC in its verdict directed that fundamental principles of the constitution be protected. The verdict identified

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Aug 182012
 
Women's sexual fantasies less depraved than men's

The novel Fifty Shades of Grey may have Britain’s housewives experiencing something of a sexual renaissance, but women’s steamiest thoughts are still tame compared with the male imagination, scientists claim. While men spend more time thinking about sex than their partners overall, a survey found that women have more fantasies which could be described as

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Aug 122012
 

DAHAK, Aug 12: A special court of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on Sunday sentenced 329 soldiers to different jail  terms ranging from four months to seven years and acquitted seven of the charges in a case relating to the February 25-26, 2009 bloody mutiny inside Pilkhana headquarters of the force here. A three-member Special Court-11

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