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Supreme Court will continue virtually from today

From today, the Supreme Court's Appellate Division and the High Court Division will conduct virtual justice due to the increasing number of Covid infection. In the meantime, the virtual trial has started in the Appellate Division from 9 am. The trial began at 9am on Wednesday (January 19) in a six-judge appellate bench headed by Chief Justice Hasan Fayez Siddiqui. The virtual trial will start from 10:30 am in the High Court Division. Read More...

Court will conduct activities virtually as corona infection increases: Chief Justice

Chief Justice Hasan Fayez Siddiqui is seriously considering running a virtual court again as the Corona virus is on the rise again. Read More...

Verdict in Sinha murder case on January 31

The verdict in the murder case of retired Army Major Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan will be announced on January 31. Cox's Bazar District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Ismail fixed the date of the verdict. Prosecutor Faridul Alam confirmed the matter. Following the testimony of 65 witnesses, arguments began in the court of Judge Mohammad Ismail on Sunday and continued until January 12. The judge fixed the date of the verdict after presenting the arguments of the state and the defendants. Read More...

10 BNP leaders sentenced to 5 years in prison in Vandalism case

A court has sentenced 10 leaders and activists of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) to five years in prison for conducting a cocktail blast in the Bhashantek Police Station area during a strike called by the BNP in 2013. Read More...

Four judges were appointed to the Appellate Division

Four judges have been appointed to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. The law ministry has issued a notification in this regard on Sunday. Read More...

Polygamy: High Court rules on the provision of permission.

The High Court has issued a rule not only on the existing system of obtaining permission for polygamy but also on the question of guaranteeing equal rights in case of polygamy. The High Court bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Mostafizur Rahman issued the rule on Wednesday (January 5). Besides, the High Court wanted to know why the policy on polygamy would not be directed. Read More...


Polygamy: High Court rules on the provision of permission

The High Court has issued a rule not only on the existing system of obtaining permission for polygamy but also on the question of guaranteeing equal rights in case of polygamy. The High Court bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Mostafizur Rahman issued the rule on Wednesday (January 5). Besides, the High Court wanted to know why the policy on polygamy would not be directed. Read More...

The two Japanese children will stay with their mother till January 23

Two Japanese kids Jasmine Malika and Laila Lina will stay with their mother Nakano Erico at Hotel Escort Palace in Baridhara till January 23. Besides, their Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif can meet the children anytime between 9 am to 9 pm every day. During this time the mothers of the children have been asked to file regular appeals against the judgment of the High Court. The Appellate Division will issue the next order on January 24. Read More...

Corruption is like cancer: Chief Justice

Newly-appointed Chief Justice Hasan Fayez Siddiqui has said that corruption is like cancer. I will not compromise on corruption. He made the remarks at a reception given to the newly-appointed Chief Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court by the Supreme Court Bar Association and the Attorney General on Sunday (January 2). Read More...

DSA case against Dr. Murad Hasan in Sylhet has been dismissed

A cyber tribunal in Sylhet dismissed a case brought under the Digital Security Act against Dr. Murad Hassan, the former State Minister for Information and Broadcasting, today. According to Advocate Tanvir Akther Khan, plaintiff and organizing secretary of the Jatiyatabadi Ainjibi Forum in Sylhet, the case was dismissed by the tribunal's Judge Abul Kashem. "We were not given any explanation why the tribunal decided to dismiss the case. But will get to know once the certified copy of the order reaches our hands. Then we'll go to the High Court," he said. Read More...

Court orders to stop battery powered easybikes and ban on imports

The High Court has ordered the closure of 4 million easybikes powered by acid batteries. At the same time, the court has banned the import and sale of these. Read More...

8 sentenced to death for killing army solider Saif in Jhenaidah

Khulna court has sentenced 8 people to death for killing army member Saiful Islam Saif. At the same time, each of them has been fined Tk 50,000. Judge Nazrul Islam Hawlader of the Khulna Divisional Speedy Trial Tribunal pronounced the verdict on Wednesday afternoon. The three accused were absconding when the verdict was announced. The convicts sentenced to death are Hakimul Islam, Mizanur Rahman, Faruk Hossain, Abbas, Matiar Rahman (fugitive), Kaishem, Dahlim (fugitive), and Moktar (fugitive). Read More...

13 sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment over rape case in Noakhali

A court has sentenced 13 accused to 10 years’ rigorous imprisonment for torturing a woman in Begumganj of Noakhali district. At the same time, a fine of Rs 50,000 has been imposed. Judge Joynal Abedin of Noakhali Women and Child Abuse Suppression Tribunal-1 pronounced the verdict at 12:01 pm on Tuesday (December 14). Public Prosecutor Mamunur Rashid Lavlu confirmed the verdict. Read More...

Two Japanese children present in court

Following a contempt of court petition filed by a Japanese mother, father Imran Sharif appeared at the Appellate Division with two Japanese children, Jasmine Malika and Laila Lina, at around 11am on a judge's order. The Appellate Division, headed by the Chief Justice, passed the order on Monday (December 13) morning after hearing the appeal of the Japanese mother. The children's Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif has been asked to implement the directive. Read More...

Dr. Yunus challenged the validity of the case under labor law

Dr. Muhammad Yunus, chairman of Grameen Telecom, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has filed a petition in the High Court challenging the validity of a case alleging violation of labor laws. The matter is pending before the High Court bench of Justice MD Habibul Gani and Justice MD Riaz Uddin Khan. This information was given by Assistant Attorney General Mahfuzur Rahman Likhan on Sunday (December 12). Arifuzzaman, the labor inspector of the Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments, filed the case against Dr. Yunus and four others at the Third Labor Court in Dhaka on September 9. Apart from Dr. Yunus, MD Mohammad Ashraful Hasan, Director Nurjahan Begum, and MD Shahjahan have also been named as defendants in the case. Read More...

9 sentenced to death in BCL leader Shahin Shah murder case

A court in Rajshahi has sentenced nine people to death and 22 to life imprisonment in the murder case of BCL leader Shahin Shah. HM Ilias Hossain, Judge of the Rajshahi Metropolitan Sessions Judge's Court pronounced the verdict on Thursday (December 9th). Read More...