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  • PM lashes out at Star editor

    Blasting The Daily Star for running the DGFI-supplied false news against her during the last caretaker regime, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the Star editor himself could not demonstrate his “courage” by stepping down from his post after admitting his faults.

  • PM blasts Star editor

    Blasting The Daily Star for publishing DGFI-supplied corruption reports against her during the last caretaker regime, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the newspaper’s editor could not show "courage" in resigning from his post by admitting his faults.

  • 3 more cases filed against Star editor

    Three more defamation cases are filed against The Daily Star Editor and Publisher Mahfuz Anam in four districts.

  • ANN calls for withdrawal of cases against Star editor

    The Asia News Network (ANN) demands for immediate withdrawal of the cases filed against The Daily Star Editor and Publisher Mahfuz Anam, calling it an act of harassment and intimidation against the media in Bangladesh.

  • Human Rights Watch (HRW)

    Charging Bangladesh editors is dramatic backslide: HRW

    Human Rights Watch urges Bangladesh authorities to immediately withdraw all criminal charges filed against the editors of The Daily Star and Prothom Alo. It also urges repeal of criminal defamation and sedition laws, saying those “violate international standards”.

  • A test for Bangladesh

    Through my interactions with him over the last 25 years, I can honestly testify that Mahfuz Anam is a man of impeccable integrity, and a patriotic Bangladeshi of the highest order.

  • Mahfuz Anam

    'Attempt to crush independent media'

    It can seem a bit self-righteous when journalists write about the importance of freedom of the press, a bit like a chef celebrating the virtues of a fancy meal or a hairdresser extolling the importance of a new haircut.

  • Truth making itself felt

    The beehive mentality of surpassing each other in ingratiating themselves with the higher ups, if not checked, may hold the system to ransom.

  • Journos, rights activists want those withdrawn

    Journalists and several rights and professional bodies yesterday demanded withdrawal of all cases filed against The Daily Star Editor and Publisher Mahfuz Anam.

  • The multiplier effect of an editor's admission

    Sixty-nine lawsuits to date have been filed against one man that makes this great country look like a giant incubator for witch hunters. All the war criminals are being tried by two tribunals, whereas courts after courts are being engaged to drag a decent man from pillar to post.

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