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Threat to blow off Narayanganj court

Threat to blow off Narayanganj court

Two lawyers today received short message service (SMS) on their mobile phones threatening to blow off Narayanganj court. Following the incident, security has been beefed up on the court premises and surrounding areas. Narayanganj District Lawyers Association President Advocate Shakhawat Hossain said two junior lawyers received the threat, spreading a panic among the lawyers. Later, District...

Barisal courts summon Latif for his remarks on hajj

Barisal courts summon Latif for his remarks on hajj

Two separate courts in Barisal today summoned Post and Telecommunications Minister Abdul Latif Siddique in two cases filed over his recent comments about Hajj, Prophet, Muhammad (pbuh) and Tabligh Jamaat. Mustafizur Rahman Litu, a Tabligh Jamaat activist, filed a case against Abdul Latif with Barisal chief metropolitan magistrate court under section 298 this afternoon. In...

Joj Mia's sister accuses 2 CID officers of harassing him

The sister of petty criminal Joj Mia, who was falsely implicated in the August 21 grenade attack cases, testified before a Dhaka court yesterday, accusing two former CID officials of harassing her brother. Khorsheda Akhter, the 103rd prosecution witness in the two cases, gave her deposition before Dhaka Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 for an hour. Her mother Jobeda Khatun testified before the court on September 8. Khorsheda was cross-examined by the counsels of several accused. The Criminal Investigation Department arrested Joj Mia at his...

10 to die for rape, killing

A court yesterday gave 10 robbers capital punishment for raping and killing a schoolgirl in Laxmipur in 2012. The Court of District and Sessions Judge Manjurul Basit handed down the sentence to Nur Nobi, Hedayet Ullah Hedu, Hiron, Saddam, Nur Alam, Sohel, Anwar Hossain, Manik, Rashed and Sumon. Five of the convicts were present as the verdict was read out, while the rest were tried in absentia. The court also asked the convicts to give Tk 1 lakh each to the victim's...

Khaleda Appears in Court

BNP activists clash with cops: 10 hurt

BNP activists clash with cops: 10 hurt

BNP workers and activists clashed with police yesterday when a large number of them accompanying party chief Khaleda Zia tried to enter a court premises during the hearing of a case against her.  At least 10 people including three policemen were injured during the clash. BNP men vandalised at least two cars at that...

Egypt life terms for Badie and 36 Brotherhood figures

Brotherhood figures given life terms

Brotherhood figures given life terms

An Egyptian court has sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie and 36 other Islamists to life in jail. They were accused of inciting violence and blocking a road near Cairo during protests over the military-led removal of President Mohammed Morsi last July. New President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has pledged to eliminate the Brotherhood. Badie has already...

All SKorea ferry crew 'in custody'

All SKorea ferry crew 'in custody'

All 15 crew members involved in the navigation of the ill-fated South Korean passenger ferry Sewol are now reportedly in custody, facing criminal negligence charges. The prosecution requested arrest warrants for four additional crew members. Eleven others, including the captain, had been detained earlier. The ferry with 476 people on board sank off South Korea...

Transgenders now ‘3rd gender’ in India

Transgenders now ‘3rd gender’ in India

In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India today created the "Third Gender" status for Hijras or transgenders, reports Times of India. Earlier, they were forced to write male or female against their gender. The SC asked the Centre to treat transgender as socially and economically backward. The apex court said that transgenders will be allowed admission in educational institutions and given employment on the basis that they belonged to the third gender category. The SC said absence of law recognizing hijras as third gender could not be continued as a ground to discriminate them in availing equal opportunities in education and employment. This is for the first time that the third gender...

Tazreen chairperson sent to jail

Tazreen chairperson sent to jail

A Dhaka court today sent Mahmuda Akter, chairperson of Tazreen Fashions Ltd, to jail rejecting her bail petition in a homicide case. Senior Judicial Magistrate Kazi Shahidul Islam passed the order when Mahmuda sought the bail through her lawyer after surrendering before the court.   On March 20, the District and Sessions Judge's Court cancelled Mahmuda's bail and asked her to surrender in 15 days before the Senior Judicial Magistrate Court that granted her bail. Earlier today, in line with the court directives, Mahmuda surrendered before the court.   The case was filed over a deadly fire incident at the factory on November 24, 2012, that killed at least 112 readymade garment workers...

Ex-Ctg mayor gets bail in tax evasion case

Ex-Ctg mayor gets bail in tax evasion case

Former Chittagong mayor ABM Mohiuddin Chowdhury got bail after he surrendered before a Chittagong court in a tax evasion case. The case was filed on July 7, 2008 by National Board of Revenue under Income Tax Ordinance 1984 and Emergency Power Ordinance 2007 for evading tax of Tk 27.58 lakh. Judge Ataur Rahman of Divisional...

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