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Blasts near Bakshibazar court

Blasts near Bakshibazar court

Miscreants exploded three crude bombs near a makeshift court in Bakshibazar of Dhaka when it was holding hearing on two graft cases filed against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. None was hurt in the blasts, said Azizul Haque, officer-in-charge (OC) of Chawkbazar Police Station.  The crude bombs went off around 12:20pm, 150 feet off the courtroom...

Businesses to go to court today over losses for unrest

The beleaguered business community is set to go to court today to seek a solution to the ongoing political violence that has been causing them damages to the tunes of hundreds of crores of taka. The lawyers will submit a writ petition to the High Court seeking a legal framework through which the businesses can seek compensation for the financial losses suffered as a result of the political parties' demonstration programmes. “We are not going to court to stop political parties...

Egypt court frees Al Jazeera journalists on bail

Egypt court frees Al Jazeera journalists on bail

A court in Egypt has ordered the release on bail of two Al Jazeera journalists being retried for allegedly aiding the banned Muslim Brotherhood. Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed were imprisoned in June along with their Australian colleague, Peter Greste. But their convictions for spreading false news to help a terrorist group were overturned on...

5 JMB men get death for killing prosecutor

5 JMB men get death for killing prosecutor

A Jhalakathi court today handed death to five members of banned militant outfit Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) for killing a public prosecutor in 2007. Additional district judge of Jhalakathi passed the order in the case this afternoon for killing advocate Haider Hossain on April 11, 2007, reports our Jhalakathi correspondent. The convicts are: Murad Hossain, Amir Hossain, Tanvir Hossain, Belal Hossain and Sagir Hossain. Among them, Belal and Sagir remain absconding from beginning of the trial of the case.

Rubel, Happy to go through DNA test

Rubel, Happy to go through DNA test

A Dhaka court today allowed police to carry out a DNA test of cricketer Rubel Hossain and film actress Naznin Akhter Happy to find out the truth over the rape allegation against the Bangladesh pacer. Happy filed the case with the Mirpur Model Police Station under the Prevention of Women and Child Repression Act...

6 to die for killing Rajarbagh Police Telecom staff

6 to die for killing Rajarbagh Police Telecom staff

A special court in Dhaka today handed death to six people for killing an office assistant of Rajarbag Police Telecom in Dhaka back in 2006. Two others accused in the case were given life imprisonment. They were fined Tk 1,00,000 each and would serve for an extra year in jail for default of the...

Bus driver gets 3yr jail for killing jaywalker

Bus driver gets 3yr jail for killing jaywalker

A Dhaka court today handed three years of rigorous jail term as punishment for a reckless bus driver who killed a pedestrian in Dhaka back in February 2010. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Bikash Kumar Saha handed down the punishment for Md Jamal Hossain, 40, a driver of Shohag Paribahan, after hearing this morning. The driver has also been fined a sum of Tk 7,000. On February 15, 2010, the driver ran over Monowar Hossain, 65, a former general manager of Bangladesh Textile Mills Corporation (BTMC), on Dhaka’s Manik Mia Avenue. Victim’s younger brother Md Momazzad filed a murder...

Defamation suit against shipping minister scrapped

Defamation suit against shipping minister scrapped

A defamation suit was filed against Shipping Minister Shahjahan Khan at a Dhaka court today for alleged derogatory remarks against BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman. However, the court dismissed the complaint hours afterwards. A leader of pro-BNP lawyers’ group Jatiyatabadi Ainjibi Forum, Shamim Kabir, filed the case over “unwanted and unacceptable” comments against the BNP...

Judge dealing Khaleda's graft cases transferred

Judge dealing Khaleda's graft cases transferred

The judge dealing the two graft cases against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia and eight others has been transferred midway in the trial of the corruption cases. Judge Bashudev Roy, special judge-3 of Dhaka, has been transferred to the position of a special judge in Patuakhali. He will be replaced by Abu Ahmed Jomadar, a...

Arrest warrant against Tarique

Arrest warrant against Tarique

A Dhaka court today issued arrest warrant for BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman in a defamation case for calling Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman a ‘top Razakar,’ hours after 5 cases were filed against him. Metropolitan Magistrate Md Yunus Khan ordered the arrest after Dhaka judges court lawyer Mostafizur Rahman Dulal filed a defamation case...

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