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Dhaka, January 25: The High Court has given a verdict recognizing the mother as the guardian of the child in filling the SSC-HSC examination form. The High Court bench of Justice Naima Haider and Justice Md. Khairul Alam gave the verdict on Tuesday by declaring the rule issued in this regard as appropriate.
Court orders to confiscate movable and immovable properties of BNP's acting Chairman Tarique and his wife
Dhaka, Jan 6: The court has ordered the confiscation of the movable and immovable properties of BNP Acting Chairman Tarique Rahman and his wife Dr. Zubaida Rahman in the case of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on the charge of acquiring wealth beyond the known income. At the same time, the Officer-in-Charge (OC) of the Cantonment Police Station has been directed to submit a progress report on the seizure of properties by January 19.
Dhaka, Jan 4: BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and member of the party's Standing Committee Mirza Abbas have been granted interim bail for six months in a case filed at Paltan police station on charges of planning and inciting attacks on the police.
Dhaka, December 31: Japanese woman Nakano Eriko was turned away from the airport by the police while trying to go to Japan with her two children from Bangladesh. A case has been filed against the woman for trying to 'escape' from Bangladesh with her children in defiance of the Supreme Court order. Nakano Eriko's ex-husband and the father of the two children Imran Sharif filed this case.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 14: The love of a young couple won in the High Court. Youth Shyam Sundar of Badarganj, Rangpur got his wife back after 10 months in an order given by the High Court on Sunday.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 9: The High Court has commented that the looters and smugglers of Tk 4,000 crore of Basic Bank should be 'shot down'.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 7: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's bail has been extended in two defamation cases filed in Dhaka and Narail. She will remain on bail until the case is settled.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 24: The High Court ruled that a journalist is not obliged to reveal the source of his news to anyone.
Dhaka, September 1: The Appellate Division has adjourned the High Court's judgment till October 23 overturning the provision of taking prior permission of the government to arrest government employees. At the same time, the state side has been asked to file an appeal against the High Court's verdict within this period.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 23: The High Court has asked to keep the doors and windows of the District Commissioner's office (DC office) open for the common people. At the same time, the High Court warned the District Commissioner of Kushtia to remove the door and window curtains of his office.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 22: Jahangir Alam, who was temporarily suspended from the post of mayor of Gazipur City Corporation, has filed a writ in the High Court to get his post back.
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.
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.
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.
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."