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A culture of violence

A culture of violence

Editorial

Mon, Dec 11 2017

Whether it be on the street or in our homes, violence is a key aspect of Bangladeshi culture. While...

A slow judiciary

A slow judiciary

Tasmiah Nuhiya Ahmed

Sun, Dec 10 2017

How does the rest of the world deal with backlog of cases?

The mobile court system is broken

The mobile court system is broken

Tribune Editorial

Wed, Dec 6 2017

While mobile courts serve a rather crucial purpose -- that of providing quick and efficient verdicts...

A step towards justice

A step towards justice

Raihan Rahman Rafid

Wed, Dec 6 2017

Compensation won’t bring back the victims, but can provide some solace

'I am relieved judicial service rule...

'I am relieved judicial service rule...

Law & Rights

Sat, Dec 2 2017

Law Minister Anisul Huq said the gazette for service rules will be issued next week

Nawaz Sharif’s daughter uses Bangladesh...

Nawaz Sharif’s daughter uses Bangladesh...

South Asia

Sun, Nov 19 2017

In a series of tweets, Maryam Nawaz Sharif used the example of Sheikh Hasina who came down heavily on...

A sentence long overdue

A sentence long overdue

Editorial

Mon, Oct 30 2017

This verdict sends a strong and important message, that even if there is a delay, justice will...

Sinha’s exit births the next crisis...

Sinha’s exit births the next crisis...

Afsan Chowdhury , Afsan Chowdhury

Thu, Oct 19 2017

The system which handles judicial governance is proven to be inadequate

Don’t let militants slip through the...

Don’t let militants slip through the...

Opinion

Fri, Sep 29 2017

How were so many militants able to escape the system?

‘Judiciary still in colonial garb’

‘Judiciary still in colonial garb’

Court

Sat, Aug 26 2017

'The rights of parliament has been violated through the scrapping of the 16th Amendment. What we have...

Waiting for 13 years

Waiting for 13 years

Opinion

Mon, Aug 21 2017

Countless horrific stories have emerged from the ashes of the attack

The case for an independent...

The case for an independent...

Opinion

Sun, Aug 13 2017

The Supreme Court’s decision is supported by the Constitution and the principles of rule of law

A panoramic indictment and a historic...

A panoramic indictment and a historic...

Esam Sohail , Esam Sohail

Sat, Aug 12 2017

When the Supreme Court takes a stand because there is nobody left to voice dissent

For a fairer system

For a fairer system

Editorial

Tue, Jul 18 2017

What we need is a justice system that is efficient and caters to each individual's rights

High Court: Mobile Court Act is an affront...

High Court: Mobile Court Act is an affront...

Court

Wed, Jun 7 2017

Executive magistrates who lead mobile courts are part of the administrative branch of the civil service...

‘Judiciary hundred times better than...

‘Judiciary hundred times better than...

Court

Thu, May 25 2017

'The Supreme Judicial Council was brought through martial law, which is a shame for the Constitution,...

Reforming the republic

Reforming the republic

Umran Chowdhury

Tue, May 23 2017

Contradictions litter our constitution

SC: Judiciary becoming ineffective due...

SC: Judiciary becoming ineffective due...

Court

Mon, May 22 2017

'The Judiciary is not an opposition to the government; it always pronounces decisions to keep the country's...

How strong is our rule of law?

How strong is our rule of law?

Transparency, accountability, and due process are essential for the rule of law

Fakhrul: Government interfering in...

Fakhrul: Government interfering in...

Politics

Sat, Apr 29 2017

'The government’s ministers react like this when the chief justice speaks truths.'

A wider scope for justice

A wider scope for justice

Munir Uddin Shamim

Thu, Apr 27 2017

We have not been able to utilise the alternative dispute resolution system fully