The High Court today (June 14, 2022) blasted the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and police administration for their failure to arrest all the 15 accused of a case filed for embezzlement of Tk 176 crore from AB Bank.
An appeal was filed with the Supreme Court today (May 10, 2022) challenging a High Court verdict that acquitted Awami League lawmaker Haji Md Salim from the charges of concealing information about his wealth over which he was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment by the trial court.
The High Court questions the legality of a condition imposed by Bangladesh Bank (BB) in a job circular asking the married female candidates for the post of assistant director (general) to mention their husbands’ residential addresses as their permanent addresses in the application forms.
The High Court questions the legality of few sections of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) rules that curtailed police’s authority to directly record corruption cases.
The High Court yesterday directed the Rajshahi chief judicial magistrate to conduct an enquiry into the alleged manipulation of the first information report (FIR) of a murder case by Puthia Police Station OC Shakil Uddin Ahammed.
The directorate of health services submits a report to the High Court saying that Tk 53 lakh is needed for setting up an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Tk 23 lakh is needed for installing a Coronary Care Unit (CCU) in a hospital.
The High Court (HC) yesterday extended till August 13 its earlier order that granted bail to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in the Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case.
The High Court yesterday rejected a writ petition filed challenging the legality of keeping the post of chief justice vacant.
The High Court's three-month stay on the process of Dhaka North City Corporation polls yesterday triggered a blame game between the Awami League and the BNP.
The Supreme Court yesterday expressed dismay at the government's unwillingness to implement the 15 directives issued by the High Court 13 years ago to stop policemen making arbitrary arrests on suspicion and torturing arrestees on remand.
The High Court yesterday directed the industries secretary to submit before it within three weeks the list of names and addresses of the businessmen who are still running their tanneries at Hazaribagh in the capital.
The High Court yesterday upheld a government decision to evict Urdu-speaking people who live outside their designated camps, from government land.
The High Court yesterday asked the government to explain within three weeks why Nagorik Oikya Convener Mahmudur Rahman Manna, now in jail, should not be granted bail in two cases.
The High Court yesterday set May 5 for delivering its judgement on a writ petition that challenged the legality of the 16th constitutional amendment empowering parliament to impeach Supreme Court judges for incapacity or misconduct.
The High Court today justifies the legal provisions that allow the Anti-Corruption Commission to seek wealth statement from graft suspects and to move cases against them.
The High Court is likely to finish hearing the death reference and appeals in BDR carnage case in May this year, as it has already completed majority of their proceedings in the last 190 working days.
The High Court yesterday ruled that people must have access to income and expenditure statements of political parties under the Right to Information Act.
The High Court has ordered the government to report on the steps taken for sewerage and waste management of two lakes in Dhaka’s Gulshan area within a month.
The High Court yesterday upheld death penalty of three Huji members, including its chief Mufti Abdul Hannan, and life imprisonment of two others over the 2004 grenade attack on the then UK envoy in Bangladesh.