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One can reach the heart of the people through the practice of culture: Sheikh Hasina

Letter seeking RAB ban is private: EU Ambassador

Satkhira's Friendship Hospital bags RIBA International Award

Whole structure of Metro Rail becomes visible

Coronavirus claims 15 more lives in 24 hours, daily infection rate stands at 31.98 percent across Bangladesh

Japanese children custody: Daughters to stay with mother till January 3, orders court

Own representative, Dhaka, 15 December 2021: The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has ruled  that the two daughters will stay with their Japanese mother till January 3. However, father Imran Sharif will be able to meet the children at any time between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm every day. The names of these two daughters are Jasmine Malika (11) and Laila Lina (10).

Children will stay with Japanese mother for two days: Supreme Court

Own representative, Dhaka, 13 December 2021: American citizen of Bangladeshi descent Imran Sharif and Japanese citizen Dr. Erico Nakano's two infant daughters will stay at their mother's house in Gulshan for two days. Then next Wednesday the Appellate Division has called the two children of Sharif-Erico to appear before them. A five-judge appellate bench headed by the chief justice gave this judgment. The order was issued on Sunday after a preliminary hearing of Nakano Erico's appeal against the High Court's verdict.

Daughters in father's custody: Japanese mother's appeal against High Court verdict

Own representative, Dhaka, December 6: Nakano Erico, a Japanese national, has filed an appeal against the High Court's verdict on his two daughters. The petition (CMP) was filed in the concerned branch of the Appellate Division on Sunday (December 5), said lawyer Mohammad Shishir Monir.

High Court directs judicial inquiry into attacks on Hindus

Dhaka, October 29: The High Court has directed the concerned district judges to investigate the incidents of communal attacks in six districts of the country, including Comilla. The concerned have been asked to investigate the matter and submit a report to the court within the next 60 days. Apart from Comilla, the other five districts include Chandpur, Noakhali, Chittagong, Rangpur and Feni.

Custody battle: Father's writ to present third child residing in Japan

Dhaka, October 21: A writ petition has been filed in the High Court seeking directions to produce the third child- currently residing in Japan- of Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif and Japanese mother Nakano Erico. The children's father Imran Sharif has filed the writ petition.

Supreme Court: Nine additional High Court judges appointed permanently

Dhaka, October 19: The Supreme Court administration has permanently appointed nine judges who were appointed two years ago in addition to the High Court Division of the Supreme Court.

Japanese mother will stay with her children, father allowed to visit during the day: Court

Dhaka, October 1: Japanese mother Nakano Erico will stay with her two children, Jasmine Malika and Laila Lina, in a flat in Dhaka;s Gulshan neighbourhood. Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif will be able to meet his children only during the day. The rent of the flat should be borne equally by the parents of the children. The order will remain in force till October 21. The High Court will give the next order on that day.

Rabindra University haircut row: HC orders compensation of Tk 20 lakh each to all 14 students

Dhaka, September 30: The High Court has issued a rule asking why the haircut of 14 students of Rabindra University will not be illegal. The court also wanted to know why the students would not be compensated with Tk 20 lakh each, for forcefully cutting their hair.

High Court dismisses writ demanding investigation on eavesdropping and leaking of telephonic conversation

Dhaka, September 30: The High Court has rejected the writ petition seeking an inquiry into eavesdropping and leaking of telephonic conversation. A bench of High Court Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Md Mostafizur Rahman passed the order on Wednesday (September 29).

Two judges tender unconditional apologies for remanding actress Pori Moni several times

Dhaka, September 15: Two lower court judges have sent unconditional pardon to the popular actress Pori Moni, who was placed on several remands by them. The two judges are Debabrata Biswas and Atiqul Islam. When asked about the remand, the two judges of the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court wrote, "This was an unintentional mistake." On Tuesday they tendered apologies in a written explanation.

The police should understand that human life is very precious: High Court

Dhaka, September 9: In a written order challenging the validity of the remand of actress Pori Moni in the drug case, the High Court said that the police department should understand that human life is very valuable. The remarks were made in a five-page written order issued after the signing of a High Court bench of Justice Mostafa Zaman Islam and Justice KM Zahid Sarwar Kajal on Wednesday (September 8).

High Court wants specific announcement on Covid-19 vaccine for pregnant women

Dhaka, August 2: The country's High Court has ruled that a definite announcement on coronavirus vaccination for pregnant women is needed within 72 hours.

Bail fraud of 30 people: Two lawyers among four people involved

Dhaka, June 10: The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has submitted an investigation report to the High Court on the involvement of four people, including two lawyers, in the bail fraud case of 30 accused in Bogra. The report was submitted to the concerned office of the High Court.

Why dispute the Prime Minister's Office, High Court asks

Dhaka, June 9: The High Court has asked why Fatema Khatun, a sacked employee, should not be granted bail in a case of forgery of documents of the Prime Minister's Office over the appointment of treasurer of a private university. A virtual High Court bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Sardar Md Rashed Jahangir asked the question on Tuesday (June 8). Lawyer Momtajuddin Ahmed Mehedi was in favor of the application in the court.

MC College gang rape: High Court orders to suspend principal and hostel superintendent

Dhaka, June 2: The High Court has ordered the suspension of the principal and hostel superintendent of MC College in Sylhet for negligence in the case of gang-rape of a housewife. At the same time, the court directed departmental action against them.