The Daily Star has spoken to 20 BNP leaders and activists and their families in Dhaka and elsewhere, and like Moksud, each has a distressing story to tell.
Responding to BNP's allegation of facing too many cases, PM Hasina said that cases have been filed as they had committed such crimes adding that those who burnt people to death in the name of movement must be punished.
The Supreme Court has ruled that its judges must sign the judgments or orders in normal cases promptly and within six months of delivering them in exceptional cases.
Against the backdrop of the apex court's dissatisfaction with the way the prosecution and the investigation agency of the ICT are
A Narayanganj court yesterday expressed discontent when it had to adjourn proceedings of the 2014 sensational seven-murder cases, as police failed to produce Tareque Sayeed Mohammad, a key accused.
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Chairman Mizanur Rahman yesterday expressed surprise that many foreign organisations were asking the government to withdraw the cases against an editor.
The Magura court that had earlier kept pending its decision on a defamation case against Mahfuz Anam yesterday ordered The Daily Star to appear before it on March 8.
Thirty-five eminent citizens yesterday condemned the recent barrage of cases against The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam and demanded immediate withdrawal of those.