Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:53 PM

  • SQ Chy’s wife, son indicted in verdict leak case

    A Dhaka court has framed charges against seven persons in a case filed over the leak of draft verdict in BNP leader Salauddin Quader Chowdhury’s war crimes case.

    Dhaka Cyber Tribunal judge KM Saiful Alam framed the charges on Monday against Farhat Quader Chowdhury, wife of Salauddin Quader Chowdhury, their son Hummam Quader Chowdhury and five others.

    The court fixed March 28 for hearing on the charges.

  • Tk150cr defamation case against Mahfuz Anam

    A defamation case has been filed against The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam for running "false corruption stories" against Sheikh Hasina based on information provided by the DGFI during the 2007-2008 military-backed caretaker government.

    Sylhet district Schechchasebak League President Afsar Aziz Khan filed the Tk150 crore defamation case with Sylhet Judicial Magistrate Court of Kudrat-e-Khuda on Monday.

  • Mahfuz Anam summoned in Tk200cr defamation suits

    A Sylhet court has summoned The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam in two defamation cases filed against him for running "false corruption stories" against Sheikh Hasina based on information provided by the DGFI during the 2007-2008 military-backed caretaker government.

    Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Sylhet city unit president Abdul Basit Rumman and former president of the unit Rahat Tarafder filed the Tk100 crore defamation case each with Sylhet Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court of Saifuzzaman Hiro on Sunday.

  • SC rejects Khaleda’s leave-to-appeal petition

    The Supreme Court (SC) has rejected the leave-to-appeal petition filed by BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia against a High Court order on a plea for scrapping testimony of the plaintiff in the Zia Orphanage Trust case.

    A five-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice SK Sinha passed the order on Sunday.

    Following the verdict, there was no more legal bar to continue the trial proceedings of Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, said Anti-Corruption Commission's lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan.

  • Court: Probe into cases filed against MP Latif

    A Chittagong court has ordered the police to launch probe into the two cases filed against MA Latif MP.

    Metropolitan Magistrate Faridul Alam passed the order on Tuesday and asked the respective Officer-in-Charge to launch probe into the cases.

    The two cases were lodged on Tuesday noon with the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Faridul Alam.

  • Issue framed in Dandy Dyeing case

    A Dhaka court has framed issue in Dandy Dyeing loan default case against BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia and 15 others.

    Dhaka Artha Rin Adalat 1 (money loan court 1) Judge Fatema Ferdus passed the order on Tuesday.

    The court also fixed March 1 for taking deposition in the case.

  • Judicial inquiry ordered against Adabor SI

    A Dhaka court has ordered a judicial inquiry into the case filed against Adabar police station Sub-Inspector Ratan Kumar for allegedly sexually harassing a female student of Asha University.

    Dhaka Women and Children Repression Tribunal 4 Judge Saleh Uddin Ahmed gave the order after recording the deposition of the petitioner on Monday afternoon.

  • Charge framing hearing against 51 Destiny officials ends

    The hearing on charges framing has been concluded against Destiny Group Managing Director Rafiqul Amin, Destiny 2000 President Lt Gen (retd) Harun-Ar-Rashid, and 49 others in two money laundering cases filed for alleged swindling of around Tk4,200 crore.

    After concluding the both sides—prosecution and defence—hearing, Judge Md Kamrul Islam Molla of Dhaka Senior Special Judge fixed February 11 to pass order about the indictment in the cases.

  • Suspect of Boishakh sexual assault on remand

    A Dhaka Court has granted two-day remand plea for the sex offender Md Kamal, one of the eight perpetrators caught on camera sexually assaulting several women during Pohela Boishakh celebrations at Suhrawardy Udyan and the Dhaka University campus last year.

    Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Abdullah Al Masud passed the order after he was placed before his court on Thursday, rejecting bail petition of the defendant.

  • Mahbub: No bar to file case against SI Masud

    There is no legal bar now to file a case over the incident of police torture on a Bangladesh Bank official as the Supreme Court Chamber Judge’s order that stayed the case filing has become ineffective after January 25, petitioners’ lawyer Barrister Mahbub Uddin Khokon said.

    Khokon is a lawyer of three plaintiffs who had filed the writ petition with the HC and the court came up with an order of filing of the case. 

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