Tarazi Mohammed Sheikh

The writer is a Student of Law, BRAC University.

Revisiting the case of Shamima Begum 

In 2015, a 15-year-old British citizen Shamima Begum travelled to Syria to join the ISIS. In 2019, the Home Secretary of the United Kingdom (UK) decided to revoke Shamima Begum’s British citizenship on the presumption of her Bangladeshi citizenship, a claim which the government of Bangladesh contradicts.

1w ago

Data Localisation and Data Protection in Bangladesh: A Review

Data localisation requires for data, particularly personal and/or arguably sensitive, to be stored and processed within a specific geographical location or jurisdiction.

4m ago

Protection of diplomats under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently announced that the ambassadors and high commissioners in Bangladesh representing the United States, United Kingdom, India, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and Japan

10m ago

Reasonable Restrictions: Article 39 of the Bangladesh Constitution and Global Standards

The issue of imposing limitations on freedom of expression has garnered the interest of scholars across the globe.

10m ago

A dive into the laws affecting media freedom

Recent events, including the arrest of Prothom Alo journalist Samsuzzaman Shams and the filing of a case against Matiur Rahman, the editor of Prothom Alo, have highlighted the challenges and risks journalists in Bangladesh face while carrying out

1y ago

Legal challenges of ADR in India and Bangladesh: A Comparison

As an alternative to traditional judicial processes, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is quickly rising in popularity in both Bangladesh and India.

1y ago

Looking back at the laws enacted in 2022

2022 has been a busy year with a plethora of new legislations enacted. The Jatiyo Sangsad ( ”Parliament”) enacted a total of 21 legislations and amendments regulating different sectors. A notable few have been discussed below for the readers.

1y ago

COP27: Accomplishments and shortcomings for Bangladesh

The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) was driven by three thematic targets this year. First, to identify the countries which lead greenhouse emissions reductions. Secondly, to

1y ago
May 17, 2024
May 17, 2024

Revisiting the case of Shamima Begum 

In 2015, a 15-year-old British citizen Shamima Begum travelled to Syria to join the ISIS. In 2019, the Home Secretary of the United Kingdom (UK) decided to revoke Shamima Begum’s British citizenship on the presumption of her Bangladeshi citizenship, a claim which the government of Bangladesh contradicts.

January 26, 2024
January 26, 2024

Data Localisation and Data Protection in Bangladesh: A Review

Data localisation requires for data, particularly personal and/or arguably sensitive, to be stored and processed within a specific geographical location or jurisdiction.

July 14, 2023
July 14, 2023

Protection of diplomats under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently announced that the ambassadors and high commissioners in Bangladesh representing the United States, United Kingdom, India, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and Japan

July 7, 2023
July 7, 2023

Reasonable Restrictions: Article 39 of the Bangladesh Constitution and Global Standards

The issue of imposing limitations on freedom of expression has garnered the interest of scholars across the globe.

April 7, 2023
April 7, 2023

A dive into the laws affecting media freedom

Recent events, including the arrest of Prothom Alo journalist Samsuzzaman Shams and the filing of a case against Matiur Rahman, the editor of Prothom Alo, have highlighted the challenges and risks journalists in Bangladesh face while carrying out

February 17, 2023
February 17, 2023

Legal challenges of ADR in India and Bangladesh: A Comparison

As an alternative to traditional judicial processes, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is quickly rising in popularity in both Bangladesh and India.

December 30, 2022
December 30, 2022

Looking back at the laws enacted in 2022

2022 has been a busy year with a plethora of new legislations enacted. The Jatiyo Sangsad ( ”Parliament”) enacted a total of 21 legislations and amendments regulating different sectors. A notable few have been discussed below for the readers.

December 2, 2022
December 2, 2022

COP27: Accomplishments and shortcomings for Bangladesh

The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) was driven by three thematic targets this year. First, to identify the countries which lead greenhouse emissions reductions. Secondly, to

November 17, 2022
November 17, 2022

Basics of research for law students

Legal research is an essential part of studying law. Through research, students can expand the horizon of their legal knowledge. While research in itself may be a fun activity to many, it can also be frustrating.

September 27, 2022
September 27, 2022

On the legal status of digital/electronic signatures in Bangladesh

The government of Bangladesh has been digitising and automating different systems with the aid of technology to fulfil the vision of becoming a Digital

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