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Man fined for petitioning against government...

Man fined for petitioning against government...

Court

Mon, Jan 8 2018

The writ petition was filed on December 10, 2017 challenging a gazette notification issued by the Law...

A good place to start

A good place to start

Editorial

Sun, Jan 7 2018

Improving the traffic conditions of the city is essential for us as we move forward

When negligence costs lives

When negligence costs lives

Raihan Rahman Rafid

Sun, Jan 7 2018

Our legal system isn’t complete without the inclusion of tort law

So you’re convicted.  What happens...

So you’re convicted. What happens...

Sadiya S Silvee

Sat, Jan 6 2018

Our legal code is a tangled mess when it comes to aggravating and mitigating factors

This is not who we are

This is not who we are

Editorial

Wed, Jan 3 2018

Every citizen, drug addict or not, has rights

Vanished into thin air

Vanished into thin air

Raisul Islam Sourav

Sun, Dec 24 2017

What allows enforced disappearances to take place?

A good precedent

A good precedent

Opinion

Tue, Dec 5 2017

The rights of road crash victims should not be ignored

An unjust law

An unjust law

Opinion

Thu, Nov 30 2017

It has no place in the law books of a country that claims to uphold freedom of expression

Ending the stigma

Ending the stigma

Taslima Yasmin

Tue, Nov 21 2017

A rape victim should never be blamed or shamed for her plight

A failure to protect

A failure to protect

Editorial

Wed, Nov 8 2017

The authorities must protect domestic workers not just from overwork and intolerable conditions, but...

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...

The evolving threat of militancy

The evolving threat of militancy

Editorial

Mon, Oct 23 2017

Our law enforcement and intelligence agencies need to be one step ahead of the militants at all...

Poverty and the right to live

Poverty and the right to live

Jens Stanislawski

Wed, Oct 11 2017

We need to redefine what it means to be poor

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?

Don’t abuse the law

Don’t abuse the law

Editorial

Mon, Sep 25 2017

Laws exist to uphold justice, and such rampant abuse of the law does a disservice to our justice...

Can you legally film a police investigation...

Can you legally film a police investigation...

Opinion

Thu, Aug 24 2017

It may not be as unlawful as some would have you believe

Justice has been upheld

Justice has been upheld

Opinion

Tue, Aug 22 2017

Not only are the families of the victims getting the closure they deserve, a very strong message is being...

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 sick society?

A sick society?

Editorial

Tue, Aug 1 2017

It throws into sharp relief our perverted value system as a society

Justice must be done

Justice must be done

Editorial

Mon, Jul 31 2017

The fact that the perpetrators are close to political power should have no bearing on the judgement