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Parliament clears Election Commission formation bill

Sonali Sen awarded with PPM

Initiatives to collect COVID vaccine taken before it was developed: PM

Bangladesh Police to use Robot-Drone-Artificial Intelligence

List of homeowners in Canada's Begum Para still not available: ACC

Twenty sentenced to death in BUET student Abrar murder

Dhaka, December 8: The tribunal has sentenced 20 people to death and five to life imprisonment in a case of beating to death of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Abrar Fahad. Judge Abu Jafar Mohammad Kamruzzaman of the Dhaka Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 pronounced the verdict on Wednesday (December 8).

Amin Bazar murders: 13 receive death sentence, 19 given lifer

Dhaka, December 2: A court in the capital city has sentenced 13 people to death over the murders of six teenage students, which took a decade ago place at Amin Bazar, on the outskirts of Dhaka.

Government decides to repeal section calling women 'characterless'

Dhaka, November 17: The government has decided to repeal the existing section of the 1872 Evidence Act calling women 'characterless'.

Money laundering case: Arrest warrant against former Chief Justice SK Sinha, three others

Dhaka, November 10: The court has issued arrest warrants against four people, including former chief justice Surendra Kumar (SK) Sinha. The other three are Safiuddin Askari, Ranjit Chandra Saha and his wife Santri Roy. The court issued the arrest warrant as they were absconding when the verdict was announced.

If any pirates go astray again, the security forces will not sit still: Home Minister

Dhaka, November 2: Warning surrendered pirates, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said on Monday that law enforcement will not sit idle if the former decide to go astray.

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.

Criminal procedure becoming up-to-date and modern

Dhaka, October 26: The Criminal Procedure Code of 1897 is being formulated in a timely, modern and in the Bengali language. To this end, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Anisul Huq has constituted a committee to examine the necessary amendments, additions, refinements and modernization of the Criminal Procedure Code.

Submission of Sagar-Runi murder case report deferred for the 82nd time

Dhaka, October 25: The court has fixed November 24 for the submission of the investigation report in the Sagar-Runi murder case. The date of the investigation report of this case has been postponed 82 times.

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.

Eight Jamaat leaders including Golam Parwar were involved in conspiracy to overthrow the government

Dhaka, September 25: Eight leaders, including Jamaat-e-Islami secretary general Mia Ghulam Parwar, were involved in a conspiracy to illegally overthrow the current government and damage the republic's personality or property. They also expressed the view that their ally Chhatrashibir should be prepared for another August rebirth like August 21. Which is directly involved in terrorist activities, creating panic among the people and disrupting public security.

President calls for better training to enhance the skills of judges

Dhaka, September 17: President Mohammad Abdul Hamid has directed the Judicial Service Commission to take steps to enable judges to acquire skills in information technology besides appointing judges.

Bail application of seven people including Jamaat secretary rejected

Dhaka, September 15: A court rejected the bail pleas of seven people, including Jamaat-e-Islami secretary general Mia Golam Parwar, and sent them to jail in a case filed under the anti-terrorism law. The other accused in the jail are Jamaat-e-Islami's Assistant Secretary General Rafiqul Islam Khan, Naib-e-Amir Maulana ANM Shamsul Islam, Executive Council members Izzat Ullah, Mubarak Hossain and former student camp president Yasin Arafat and chef Md Imam Hossain.

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.

Nine Jaamat leaders including Golam Parwar placed in four-day remand

Dhaka, September 8: A court has placed nine people, including Jamaat-e-Islami secretary general Mia Golam Parwar, in a four-day remand in a case filed under the anti-terrorism law. The other accused remanded are Jamaat-e-Islami's Assistant Secretary General Hamidur Rahman Azad, Rafiqul Islam Khan, Executive Council members Izzat Ullah, Mubarak Hossain, Abdur Rob, former Chhatra Shibir president Yasin Arafat, Jamaat activists Monirul Islam and Abdul Kalam.

Plaintiff in Major Sinha murder case interrogated

Dhaka, August 24: The second day of testimony in the murder case of Major (Retd.) Sinha Md. Rashed Khan has started. The second day of testimony began at 10:15 am on Tuesday (August 24) with the interrogation of the plaintiff and Sinha's elder sister Sharmin Ferdous.