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Law and Justice

Julian Assange denied bail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is fighting extradition from Britain to the United States, was denied bail on Wednesday after his lawyers said he should be released because he was highly ...

In this file photo taken on 19 May 2017 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange speaks on the balcony of the embassy of Ecuador in London.

Let us join in the fight against coronavirus

Today is Bangladesh’s Independence Day. On this day in 1971, our war of freedom was initiated following the sudden attacks by the occupational forces of Pakistan.

Let us join in fight against coronavirus

Conditional release not comprehensible: Fakhrul

Khaleda Zia’s brother Shamim Eskandar, her sister Selima Islam along with her husband Rafiqul Islam met prime minister Sheikh Hasina and made an appeal for her release through the executive order, ...

Khaleda's conditional release not comprehensible to us: Fakhrul

4 militants sentenced to death over priest murder

Four Islamist extremists were sentenced to death in Bangladesh Sunday for the 2016 decapitation of a senior Hindu priest during a spate of attacks targeting religious minorities in the ...

4 militants sentenced to death over priest murder

Kurigram Journo Ariful gets bail

A Kurigram court on Sunday granted bail to journalist Ariful Islam, who was jailed for one year for ‘possessing narcotics’

Ariful Islam

Digital method of muzzling newsmen

Incidentally, the name of Saifuzzaman Shikhor has not been mentioned anywhere in the report that led him to file the suit. Still, if he thought he had something to say about the report, he could have ...

Digital method of muzzling newsmen

Coronavirus: Govt to 'take legal action' for flouting guidelines

The government is likely to take legal action if people do not follow the safety guidelines over coronavirus (COVID-19).

Coronavirus: Govt to 'take legal action' for flouting guidelines

Bangladesh lags behind in rule of law

When policy makers of the government are seeking to establish Bangladesh as a role model for development, we cannot overlook the fact that the country is continuously lags behind when it comes to the ...

Bangladesh lags behind in rule of law

Pharmacy fined Tk 100,000 for selling masks at inflated price

The mobile court, led by assistant commissioner (land) of Savar and executive magistrate Abdullah Al Mahfuz, found ‘Lazz Pharma’ selling masks at an exorbitant price

People buy masks as a protective measure after the first reported case of coronavirus in Dhaka on 10 March 2020

Appeal for Khaleda’s release sent to law ministry: Home minister

Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Monday said the family's appeal to temporarily release BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail was sent to the law ministry for its legal opinion, reports UNB.

Appeal for Khaleda’s release sent to law ministry: Home minister
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