Aiman R Khan

Aiman R Khan is Apprentice Advocate at Dhaka Judge Court.

Let us live, or we leave

In Dhaka, we do not live; we survive.

Our film censorship law needs amendment

Bangladesh censor board must assign appropriate ratings to films

Is arbitration becoming more expensive than litigation?

Alternative Dispute Resolution methods, particularly arbitration has become increasingly popular in Bangladesh over the last two decades, so much so that a separate law on arbitration was enacted to accommodate it.

How can technology revive judicial independence in Bangladesh?

Judicial Independence allows judges to decide honestly and impartially without fear of any undue influence from the government. It is one of the pillars of separation of powers which is key to good governance.

Let’s protect our tourist destinations before it’s too late!

The news on the possibility of the Sunderbans getting into the list of endangered heritage sites really struck me.

Extrajudicial killing is no answer

A country’s justice system has the responsibility to lawfully try any person accused of a crime, not the law enforcement.

Can judicial decentralisation become a reality in Bangladesh?

The Supreme Court of Bangladesh is the highest court of law in the country consisting of two divisions, the High Court (HC) Division and the Appellate Division.

What does the law say about disclosing identity of victims?

The Feni madrasa student murder case has left us shaken to the core. People from all over the country are demanding that the culprits be brought to justice at the earliest.

February 12, 2018
February 12, 2018

Easing the plight of women commuters

The draft of the Road Transport Act 2017 received Cabinet approval last week. Due to a High Court order, it has been drafted in the light of the Motor Vehicles Ordinance 1983, but with major changes.

February 1, 2018
February 1, 2018

Making CCTV cameras mandatory in local buses

The 2012 Nirbhaya incident in Delhi shook the world. The aftermath of this harrowing incident not only raised concerns for female commuters but gave rise to a whole lot of similar incidents.

December 6, 2017
December 6, 2017

ICT Act, Digital Security Act and press freedom

Article 39 of the Bangladesh Constitution impliedly prevents any bar on a person's freedom to write.

November 21, 2017
November 21, 2017

Simple technology for a modern Bangladeshi court

Modern technology, like the internet, has dramatically changed the modes of retrieving information. We expect faster outcomes with less effort. As a result, every sector is being modified to adapt to the changing society.

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