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Coronavirus: One death, 170 new cases across Bangladesh on Thursday

Increasing remittances, decreasing imports stall dollar growth in Bangladesh

Uttara accident: China will have no objection to punitive measures

Uttara accident: 50 ton crane was lifting 70 ton girder, 10 arrested

Number of travellers through Benapole decreases

Why fuel price hike through gazette notification should not be illegal: High Court

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 17: The High Court has issued a rule seeking to know why the decision to increase the price of fuel without holding a public hearing will not be illegal.

Railway gets 7 days to submit report on mismanagement

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 1: The Bangladesh Railway Authority has asked for a week to submit a report in the light of the High Court's directives regarding various irregularities and mismanagement including train ticket black market.

Padma Bridge is a national asset, opponents are enemies of the nation: High Court

Dhaka, June 27: The High Court has heard a rule on the question of forming a commission to find out the conspirators behind the creation of a false story of corruption in the Padma Bridge construction deal. The High Court has fixed Tuesday (June 28) for further hearing and order on the rule.

Did not want to know a journalist's news source: High Court

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 22: Referring that one should go to the Press Council if he has any complaint against a jouranlist's news, the High Court said, "We did not want to know the source of a journalist's news."

PM's signature forgery is a heinous crime: High Court

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 14: Forgery of Prime Minister's signature is a heinous crime. The court ruled that there was no room for leniency in dealing with those involved. The High Court on Monday rejected the rule of bail of Fatema Khatun in a case related to forgery of documents of the Prime Minister's Office.

PK Halder emerged as the supervisory body was asleep: High Court

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 13: The High Court has commented that PK Halder was created because the supervisory bodies, including Bangladesh Bank, were asleep.

High Court directs to pay Tk 15 lakh each to family of 104 children who died after consuming adulterated medicine

Dhaka, June 3: The High Court has ordered to pay compensation of Tk 1.5 million to the families of each of the 104 children who died due to adulterated paracetamol. A High Court division bench comprising Justice Md Ashraful Kamal and Justice Rajik Al Jalil passed the order today.

Japanese mother's appeal against father of two children rejected

Dhaka, June 2: The Appellate Division has rejected the contempt of court petition filed by Japanese mother Nakano Erico against two children Jasmine Malika and Laila Lena's Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif. At the same time, the court also rejected the contempt of court petition filed by Imran Sharif against Nakano Erico.

Supreme Court declares Dr Zubaida Rahman a fugitive

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 2: The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has declared that Dr Zubaida Rahman, wife of BNP's acting chairman Tarique Rahman, is a fugitive in the eyes of the law.

Hatirjheel 'public property', ban water taxi, evict commercial establishments: HC

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 25: Declaring the capital's aesthetic area Hatirjheel a 'People's Property', the High Court has ruled that all kinds of commercial establishments there, including hotels and restaurants, are illegal and out of jurisdiction.

Japanese mother pleads contempt of court against father of two

Dhaka, May 16: The Japanese mother of the two children, Jasmine Malika and Laila Lena, have filed a contempt of court petition against Bangladeshi national Imran Sharif for disobeying the court order.

High Court directs to stop 'vulgar, discourteous' Rag Day practices in educational institutions

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 18: The High Court has directed the concerned authorities to stop DJ party, reckless dancing, bullying, obscenity and nudity in the name of celebrating Rag Day in educational institutions within next 30 days.

High Court's committee to translate all customary laws into Bengali

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 15: The High Court has constituted a committee comprising concerned persons including the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs to take initiative to make the most common and basic laws of the country from English to Bengali and make the text suitable for public reading.

Physical trials in the Supreme Court from March 6

Dhaka, March 3: Judicial proceedings will be conducted physically in both the divisions of the Supreme Court (Appellate and High Court) from March 6 in compliance with strict health rules.

High Court directs to produce Karim Uddin Bharsha before it on Mar 6

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 21: The High Court has directed to produce Jatiya Party leader and former MP Karim Uddin Bharsha, who is currently in the custody of his one son.