Judicial body finds police guilty, but fails to identify them

A judicial probe body has confirmed police were involved in torching houses of Santals during an eviction drive in Gaibandha last year, but it could not identify the policemen because of their helme ...

ICT asks IGP to explain negligence in duty, summons Mymensingh SP

The International Crimes Tribunal yesterday asked the inspector general of police (IGP) and Mymensingh police superintendent to explain the police’s failure to inform the tribunal about the de ...

Charges finalised against four war crime suspects

The International Crimes Tribunal investigators have found evidence of war crimes committed by four people from Netrakona. The four were allegedly involved in crimes against humanity during the ...

HC questions lack of EC law

The High Court issued a rule yesterday asking why it should not direct that a law for formation of the Election Commission (EC) be enacted, as per Article 118 of the Constitution. The High Cour ...

Nur Hossain appeals against death penalty verdict

Nur Hossain, a death row convict of the sensational Narayanganj seven-murder case, has filed an appeal with the High Court challenging his sentence. On January 16, a Narayanganj court sentenced ...

Nur Hossain appeals to HC against his death sentence

  Nur Hossain, the death row convict of the sensational Narayanganj seven-murder case, has filed an appeal with the High Court challenging his death sentence by a lower court. On January 16, a ...

HC rules on EC formation law

The High Court has issued a rule asking why an order should not be given to take necessary steps to formulate a law or provision to form the Election Commission as per Article 118 of the Constitution. ...

Two minors get HC bail in murder case

The High Court yesterday granted bail to two minors till a murder case filed against them is not disposed off at the trial court. The High Court bench of Justice Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and Justice ...

Petition for ban on 3 Indian TV channels rejected

The High Court has rejected a writ petition filed challenging the legality of airing three Indian television channels in Bangladesh. The bench of Justice Moyeenul Islam Chowdhury and Justice JBM Ha ...

High Court to deliver verdict on Indian channels Jan 29

Telecast of three Indian television channels – Star Jalsha, Star Plus and Z Bangla – could be halted after the High Court (HC) delivers its verdict on January 29 in a writ petition that ...

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