- North America
- December 12, 2017
‘The only way for women to overcome the barriers in workplace is to be the best version of themselves’
Section 46 and 47(3) should be reviewed, he said.
The government published the code of conduct, titled “Bangladesh Judicial Service (Discipline) Rules 2017,” through gazette notification on Monday.
Prof Asif Nazrul has frequently been claiming that the case was filed over a Facebook post from a fake account using his name and details
On Sunday, the Appellate Division granted another extension for the government to finalize and publish the gazette
The UN refugee agency says it is ready to help Bangladesh and Myanmar to work towards arrangements that would properly enable Rohingya refugees to return home freely, safely and with dignity
The proposed draft policy is mostly focused on forming a structural process with monitoring accountability in each step to help curb the practice of child marriage
Although there are no official figures for the number of cases filed seeking compensation from road accidents, lawyers who handle such lawsuits say the number is ‘nominal’
‘Filing a compensation case in Bangladesh is almost unconventional’
Law Minister Anisul Huq said the gazette for service rules will be issued next week
‘Moreover, we have proposed for the annulment of section 54, 55, 56 and 66 in the Digital Security Act’
Around 150 female political leaders from Awami League and BNP presented their recommendations on opportunities to support and advance women’s leadership at the event
‘Strong democracies uphold human rights and make sure each and every person, including women, has an equal opportunity to fulfill their full potential’
‘The popularity of Facebook has taken communal incitement to another level’
Every person can be an ambassador for change
Minister Anisul Huq said Section 97 of the Constitution stated that the senior most Judge of the Appellate Division will act as the Chief Justice.
A statement from the US Embassy asked everyone to stand together to denounce violence against women and girls in every form
Tarique has been living in London since 2008
The Cabinet also approved the draft of the ‘Abhawa Ain, 2017’, first legal framework to deal with issues relating to the meteorological activities.