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Throw the book at human

Throw the book at human

Editorial

Wed, Jun 3 2020

There remain too many within our society who want to exploit poor and helpless people

OP-ED: The colour black

OP-ED: The colour black

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Jun 3 2020

Discrimination against dark skin has a been a universal problem across the ages, even here in...

High Court judge infected with...

Media: HC judge infected with...

Bangladesh

Mon, May 18 2020

Total number of Covid-19 cases in Bangladesh has climbed to 23,870

Is there any justice in a

Is there any justice in a

Ahmed Shafquat Hassan

Tue, May 12 2020

The courts took one step forward and half a step back by making appearances online-only

Can we handle the truth?

Can we handle the truth?

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, May 6 2020

This is the age of disinformation and misinformation

Seven years on, justice still eludes...

Seven years on, justice still eludes...

Bangladesh

Thu, Apr 23 2020

Prosecutors said the trial has been stalled due to stay orders issued by the High Court in 2016

Making sure relief goes where...

Making sure relief goes where...

Editorial

Fri, Apr 10 2020

Letting low income people starve while the rich line their pockets at the time of a pandemic is...

1 year since Nusrat murder: Family awaits...

1 year since Nusrat murder: Family awaits...

Nation

Fri, Apr 10 2020

Nusrat’s family to this day remain under police protection as they continue to receive threats...

A long time coming

A long time coming

Editorial

Tue, Apr 7 2020

Another leaf can be turned in this long road to justice

Neither civil nor servants

Neither civil nor servants

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Apr 1 2020

Have our civil servants forgotten their duty?

Are mobile courts serving justice?

Are mobile courts serving justice?

Bangladesh

Sat, Mar 14 2020

It was all possible because in a mobile court one person plays the role of plaintiff, investigator and...

Justice that never arrives

Justice that never arrives

Editorial

Tue, Mar 10 2020

This is a sad commentary on our justice system

It’s a trifle lonely out there

It’s a trifle lonely out there

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, Mar 4 2020

It seems that Myanmar would like the Rohingya to just vanish

Why rapes keep happening

Why rapes keep happening

Mehadi Hasan

Tue, Feb 25 2020

It all comes down to a culture of impunity

Moving towards our goals

Moving towards our goals

Editorial

Fri, Feb 21 2020

When it comes to climate action, inequality, and peace and justice, we have fallen woefully short

A moral victory that should lead to...

A moral victory that should lead to...

Editorial

Thu, Jan 23 2020

No one, regardless of party affiliation, wants to win like this

Gambia vs Myanmar at the ICJ: What to...

Gambia vs Myanmar at the ICJ: What to...

Anik Kabir

Thu, Jan 23 2020

The ICJ announcement marks a tremendous step forward for the Rohingya 

All faiths unite for justice

All faiths unite for justice

Saleem Samad

Mon, Jan 13 2020

India’s CAA and NRC are uniting people across the nation -- just not the way they intended

Putting a stop to  border killings

Putting a stop to border killings

Editorial

Fri, Jan 3 2020

Border killings can be brought down if there is the right political will

Pakistan’s judgment is a triumph of...

Pakistan’s judgment is a triumph of...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Thu, Dec 19 2019

The verdict against Pervez Musharraf serves a warning for nations 

Ensuring justice for all

Ensuring justice for all

Editorial

Sun, Dec 8 2019

Some hope can be seen in the proposed digitization of the judiciary, but we must tread with caution