India’s CAA and NRC are uniting people across the nation -- just not the way they intended
Border killings can be brought down if there is the right political will
The verdict against Pervez Musharraf serves a warning for nations
Some hope can be seen in the proposed digitization of the judiciary, but we must tread with caution
We have miles to go before we can even begin to conclude that justice is being delivered
Tangible developments towards the well-being of PwDs are yet to be seen
Our silence regarding the deaths of migrant workers must end
The Nusrat case is proof that our judiciary can be fast and efficient
This verdict is a testament to the ability of our judicial system and our law enforcement agencies
The event was held on October 18 which was organized by the Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ), BRAC...
Do student leaders contribute anything of real value to the country?
The event will be held on October 18
No one is above the law, and any person who attempts to abuse it will be brought to task
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina herself recently instructed the police force to act as ‘friends of...
Our judiciary is in desperate need of upgrading
It is time to prioritize justice, and in this case, justice for children
The path of physical violence is being taken all too frequently
Too often, it is the victims of sexual violence who are blamed and shamed
One million Rohingya still without rights, status or justice
Vigilante justice isn’t justice
This is not the sort of behaviour you expect from members of a civilized society
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