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  • SC hearing on Khaleda’s bail in 2 cases Sunday

    The Supreme Court is set to hold hearing on Sunday on the leave-to-appeal petitions filed by the government challenging the High Court orders that granted bail to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in two criminal cases lodged in Comilla.

  • Pleas challenge Khaleda’s HC bail in 2 cases

    The government files two separate appeals with the Supreme Court challenging the High Court orders that granted bail to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in two criminal cases lodged in Comilla.

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    Return Tk 25cr to Basic Bank: SC to businessman

    The Supreme Court directs a businessman to return Tk 25 crore to Basic Bank within two months or face cancellation of his bail in a case filed against him over loan scam.

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    SC extends stay on Khaleda’s bail

    Supreme Court extends the stay against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s bail in two cases of murder and vandalism in Comilla.

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    SC tells Citycell to clear dues of Tk 128cr

    The Supreme Court directs Citycell to pay the Tk 128 crore, the remainder of its fees, to telecom regulator in revenue sharing bid, spectrum charges, late fees and fine.

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    SC verdict on appeals against Khaleda’s bail tomorrow

    The Supreme Court (SC) will deliver a verdict on the appeals against the High Court order that granted bail to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in the Zia Orphanage Trust Corruption case.

  • Rajib’s death compensation

    Rajib’s death: SC to hear BRTC plea on compensation May 17

    The Supreme Court fixes May 17 to hear a petition filed by Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) seeking a stay on a High Court order that had asked it to pay Tk 50 lakh to the family of Rajib Hossain, who lost his right hand in a road crash and later died last month.

  • BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia

    'Tell Supreme Court I'm critically ill'

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday asked her lawyers to bring the matter of her “serious illnesses” to the notice of the Supreme Court during the hearing on two appeals against the High Court bail order in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case on Tuesday.

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    32 new asst judges appointed for lower courts

    Thirty-two new assistant judges are appointed for the lower courts, increasing the number of lower court judges to 1,714.

  • Bangladesh Supreme Court

    SC releases full text of ruling against Khaleda’s bail

    The Supreme Court releases full text of its order that stayed the bail granted to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case;the lawsuit that put her behind bars after conviction.

  • Supreme Court Order on BGMEA Building demolition

    Order on BGMEA’s time petition Monday

    The Supreme Court defers till Monday for passing its order on a petition filed by BGMEA seeking one year more for demolishing its 15-storey building in the capital's Hatirjheel area.

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    2,906 out of 6,152 cast votes in SCBA election

    Some 2,906 lawyers out of total 6,152 cast their votes on the first day of the two-day annual election to Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA)’s 14 executive posts.

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    Plea seeks bench outside SC for political cases

    A Supreme Court lawyer files a writ petition with the High Court for constituting a bench somewhere outside the apex court for dealing with the political cases including that involving BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia.

  • BNP leader Moudud Ahmed

    SC clears way for Moudud's graft trial

    The Supreme Court has upheld a High Court order that had cleared the way for the lower court to continue the trial proceedings of a corruption case against former BNP law minister Moudud Ahmed.

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    CHT Regional Council: SC hearing on HC order adjourned for 4 weeks

    The Supreme Court adjourns for four weeks hearing on the appeals filed against the 2010 High Court verdict that declared the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Regional Council illegal and unconstitutional.

  • Zakir Hossain new SC registrar

    Md Zakir Hossain, who is currently serving as the Supreme Court's acting registrar general and the Appellate Division’s registrar, is appointed its (SC) registrar general.

  • Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain

    SC clears way for Mosharraf’s graft trial

    The Supreme Court upholds a High Court order that cleared the way for a trial court to continue proceedings of a graft case against BNP leader Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain.

  • Robi Bank Accounts freeze by NBR

    Freezing Robi’s account: SC to hear plea on HC order

    The Supreme Court is set to hold hearing tomorrow on a petition filed by the government seeking stay on the High Court order that cleared the way for Robi Axiata Ltd to operate its bank accounts.

  • Bangladesh Supreme Court

    Settle rule on Marma sisters in 6 weeks: SC

    The Supreme Court asks the High Court to hear and settle off the rule by six weeks regarding the confinement of two Marma sisters -- one of whom was allegedly raped and another assaulted by security forces last month.

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    Resume Sonali Bank recruitment for 2,201 posts: SC

    Supreme Court clears the way for the authorities concerned to resume recruitment process for 2,201 posts of senior officer, officer and cash officer of Sonali Bank.

  • Proshika chairman Qazi Faruque Ahmed

    SC stays HC’s jail order for Faruque

    The Supreme Court (SC) stays for four weeks a High Court verdict that sentenced the ousted chairman of Proshika, Qazi Faruque Ahmed, to one-month imprisonment in a civil prison for violating its 2009 directive.

  • Bangladesh High Court

    Pay owner of Moon Cinema Hall Tk 100cr: SC

    The Supreme Court has directed the Freedom Fighters’ Welfare Trust to compensate around Tk 100 crore to the owner of then Moon Cinema Hall by July 30.

  • Bangladesh Supreme Court

    No bar on academic activities of 57 Uttara medical college students

    The Supreme Court clears the way for Uttara Adhunik Medical College to continue undertaking academic activities of 57 students who were admitted on “first come, first served” basis.

  • Bangladesh High Court

    Mobile court can operate until disposal of petitions

    Executive magistrates can conduct mobile courts until the Supreme Court disposes of three leave-to-appeal petitions filed by the government, the top court said yesterday.

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    SC seeks stats of pending civil, criminal cases

    The Supreme Court administration seeks for the statistics of the civil and criminal cases pending with all the lower courts across the country till December 31 last year on an urgent basis.

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    SC upholds bail of 3 Apan Jewellers owners

    The Supreme Court upholds the High Court verdict that granted bail to three owners of Apan Jewellers -- Dildar Ahmed, Gulzar Ahmed and Azad Ahmed -- in three separate money laundering cases.

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    SC authority over lower courts intact

    The Supreme Court yesterday accepted the disciplinary rules formulated by the government for the lower court judges.

  • Bangladesh High Court

    Rules for judges will uphold apex court’s power: SC

    The disciplinary rules formulated for lower court judges will uphold the supremacy of the Supreme Court, the apex court says after accepting the state-drawn guidelines.

  • President Abdul Hamid

    SC has history of protecting Constitution, human rights: President

    President Abdul Hamid says the Supreme Court has the history of protecting the Constitution and ensuring people's human rights whenever needed during the critical time of the nation.

  • Law Minister Anisul Huq

    SC more empowered: Law minister

    Law Minister Anisul Huq says the power of the Supreme Court has not been curtailed rather has been increased following the issuance of the gazette notification determining the disciplines for lower court judges.