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Hindu Mahajot demands 3-day holiday in Durga Puja

Mayor Atiq becomes member of United Nations Regional Government Advisory Council

Canada has now become an arena for murderers: Foreign Minister

Dushahoshi Khoka releases

Keep on jumping, Awami League will come to power again: Information Minister tells BNP

High Court pronounces ground breaking verdict on setting up breastfeeding corner

Dhaka, Sept 20: The full copy of the judgment passed by the High Court has been published directing the setting up of breastfeeding corners in public places like workplaces, airports, bus stands, railway stations, shopping malls and in government controlled and managed statutory, autonomous and public-private institutions. This is the first time in the judicial history of Bangladesh that such a judgment has been given against the writ of a nine-month-old child.

Hillary calls on world leaders to stand by Dr. Yunus

Own correspondent, Dhaka, 30 August 2023: Former US Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton has called on world leaders to stand by the Nobel-winning economist Dr. Yunus. In a tweet on Tuesday, August 29, she called on the world to come forward to stop the alleged harassment of Yunus. The statement of more than 160 world leaders sent to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was attached.

Process to remove Tarique Rahman's speech from social media starts

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 29 August 2023: The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has started the work of removing Tarique Rahman's speech from the internet on the orders of the High Court.

HC orders to make Hasina Begum acting principal of Viqarunnisa

Dhaka, August 28: As per the rules, the High Court has ordered to take the necessary measures to give Professor Hasina Begum the responsibility of Acting Principal of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College. The concerned have been asked to take action in this regard within the next 30 days. According to the two circulars, the acting principal has been resolved and instructed to inform the court.

The Prime Minister inaugurated the 'Smriti Chiranjeev' monument at the Supreme Court premises

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 28 July 2023: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the 'Smriti Chiranjeev' monument at the Bangladesh Supreme Court (SC) premises on Friday morning. On December 18, 1972, after the inauguration of the highest court of the country, she inaugurated the monument built to preserve the place from which Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman gave his speech.

Japanese children custody: Case to continue in district court

Dhaka, June 12: The High Court rejected the appeal of Imran Sharif, the father of the children, seeking a change of court for hearing the appeal regarding the custody of the two Japanese children, Jasmine Malika and Laila Lina. The court said that according to the instructions of the Appellate Division, this appeal case will be disposed of by the District Judge Court. A single High Court bench of Justice Mamnoon Rahman passed the order on Monday.

All cases under the Vested Property Act will proceed in the Tribunal

Dhaka, June 8: The High Court dismissed the writ challenging the validity of three sections (9, 13 and 14) of the Vested Property Act. As a result, all cases of this law will be tried in a special tribunal from now on. No other court will proceed with this case.

High Court orders to appoint doctors to vacant posts in prisons

Dhaka, June 6: The High Court has directed to appoint doctors within one month for vacant posts in the prisons of the country.

High Court wants a list of all laws containing 'Pakistan' word

Dhaka, May 9: The High Court has asked for a list of existing laws of the country that contain the words 'Pakistan', 'Islamic Republic of Pakistan' and 'East Pakistan'. Apart from this, the court issued a ruling seeking to know why the inaction to amend the words Pakistan, Islamic Republic of Pakistan and East Pakistan from the existing laws of the country would not be invalid. The Secretary of the Legislative and Parliamentary Affairs Ministry of the Law Ministry has been asked to respond to the rule within four weeks.

Jahangir cannot participate in elections: High Court

Dhaka, May 9: The High Court rejected the writ filed by Jahangir Alam challenging the validity of cancellation of candidacy for the post of mayor in the Gazipur City Corporation election. As a result, the returning officer's decision to cancel his nomination paper was upheld, the lawyers said.

Rana Plaza's owner Sohel Rana gets bail from HC

Dhaka, April 7: The High Court has granted bail to Sohel Rana, the owner of the building, in the murder case filed in the Rana Plaza collapse and casualties. As a result, there is no obstacle to his release from prison, the lawyers said.

HC rules to include 'Joy Bangabandhu' in national slogan

Dhaka, April 4: The High Court has issued a ruling seeking to know why instructions should not be given to include 'Joy Bangabandhu' by amending the gazette which issued 'Joy Bangla' as the national slogan of Bangladesh. The concerned have been asked to respond to this rule within the next four weeks.

'Prothom Alo' editor gets six-week anticipatory bail

Dhaka, April 3: The High Court granted six-week anticipatory bail to Daily Prothom Alo editor Motiur Rahman in the Digital Security Act case. During this period, he has to appear in the Metropolitan Sessions Judge's court and submit a bail bond.

High Court takes away powers of UNOs in Upazila Parishad

Dhaka, March 30: The High Court has cancelled Section 33 of the Upazila Parishad Act regarding the post of Chief Executive Officer (UNO) of Upazila Parishad. The lawyers said that the UNOs did not have absolute authority over the upazila chairmen. From now on, UNOs will provide secretarial support to the Upazila Parishads.

HC asks Attorney General to talk to govt to reduce Hajj's cost

Dhaka, March 16: The High Court has given a verbal order to the chief legal officer of the state Attorney General to talk to the government officials to reduce the cost of the Hajj package. Besides, the court also commented that the government can reduce the Hajj tax if it wants.