Bangladesh remains a locus of human trafficking
There remain issues with BRTA’s capabilities and competencies
What exactly was the law that Shakib al Hasan broke?
The local administration and the Department of Environment (DoE) are yet to take any visible measure...
Implement rule and order to the chaotic nature of the way the traffic system functions
Poppy’s death could have been avoided
Why our trade unions are failing
No one is above the law, and any person who attempts to abuse it will be brought to task
Our judiciary is in desperate need of upgrading
In Bangladesh, the police abuse their powers to search and stop
It is the lack of functionality and efficiency of our justice system that continues to embolden...
It must be remembered that animal cruelty remains a criminal offense
A comprehensive legal framework is needed for the protection of children
Violence, of course, is never the answer. Neither is vigilante justice, for that matter
Will the death penalty be able to stop rape?
Such individuals deserve to be punished to the fullest extent of the law
What makes this new law especially hopeful is the unanimity through which it was passed in...
Exploring ADR processes in criminal litigation
Nayan reaped what he sowed, but that is only the small picture
Our law enforcement agencies and judicial bodies are rather tone-deaf to the needs of rape victims
Do sex crimes call for extreme measures?
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