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OP-ED: Control tobacco to fight the...

OP-ED: Control tobacco to fight the...

Saleem Samad

Tue, Feb 23 2021

Loopholes in existing laws need to be addressed

Pecuniary jurisdiction of lower court...

Pecuniary jurisdiction of lower court...

Bangladesh

Wed, Jan 27 2021

The bill was placed in Parliament on January 

Bill placed in JS to raise lower court...

Bill in JS to allow lower court judges’...

Bangladesh

Tue, Jan 19 2021

Law Minister Anisul Huq placed the Bill and it was sent to the respective Parliamentary Standing Committee...

Indian farmers to step up protests,...

Indian farmers to step up protests

South Asia

Thu, Dec 10 2020

Farmers boycott pose a challenge to Modi’s agriculture sector reform

ED: Mob lynchings make a mockery of...

ED: Mob lynchings make a mockery of...

Tribune Editorial

Sat, Oct 31 2020

Such barbarity undermines the rule of law, and makes a mockery of our justice system

ED: The exploitation of children has...

ED: The exploitation of children has...

Editorial

Tue, Oct 13 2020

From July to September this year, some 30,313 children were involved in hazardous child labour in eight...

ED: Bringing our rape laws up to...

ED: Bringing our rape laws up to...

Editorial

Thu, Oct 8 2020

How can we conceive any form of justice in cases of sexual violence when the eyes of justice themselves...

OP-ED: In a grey area of copyright...

OP-ED: In a grey area of copyright...

Fahad Bin Siddique

Sat, Sep 5 2020

How do copyright laws apply to the concept of ghostwriting?

Blissfully oblivious to it all

Blissfully oblivious to it all

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, Mar 11 2020

Are apathy and a blatant disregard for rules to blame for the state of our nation?

How can we end rape?

How can we end rape?

Anik Kabir

Thu, Feb 13 2020

Sexual violence is too often viewed as an isolated incident, but systemic change is required

Landmark verdicts over 12 months

Landmark verdicts over 12 months

Law & Rights

Fri, Jan 31 2020

In response to a writ, the High Court ordered the Department of Environment (DoE) to conduct mobile court...

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

Majority use children for hazardous...

Majority use children for hazardous...

D2

Fri, Nov 1 2019

Majority of child employers are aware of the consequences of hazardous child labour, yet they use children...

Are we ready for 5G?

Are we ready for 5G?

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Oct 26 2019

5G could change our lives, but there are concerns

Kumari or not

Kumari or not

Shahriar Bin Wares

Sun, Sep 1 2019

Recent changes to our marriage registration form show true progress

A strategy for counter-terrorism

A strategy for counter-terrorism

Muhammad Zamir

Mon, Jun 17 2019

Eradicating terrorism needs careful policy formulation

Think of the children

Think of the children

Kalyan Chakroborty

Fri, May 17 2019

We must do everything in our power to protect them

The rule of law should never be...

The rule of law should never be...

Editorial

Wed, Apr 10 2019

We are truly on track to becoming a middle income nation, but to get there, the focus cannot be just...

We need more than laws

We need more than laws

Editorial

Mon, Mar 11 2019

It is a matter of great disappointment that, even in this day and age, so many women face...

Time for some reforms

Time for some reforms

Sabrina Zarin

Wed, Jan 9 2019

Women in Bangladesh desperately need better legislation in the fight against sexual violence

Please turn it down

Please turn it down

Editorial

Sat, Jan 5 2019

Noise levels in Dhaka do not merely make life unpleasant -- they are a downright health hazard