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  • War trial: Family meets Nizami in jail

    Family members met condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami in Kashimpur jail in Gazipur yesterday.

  • Family meets Nizami at Kashimpur jail

    Family members meet condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami at Kashimpur jail in Gazipur. Seven members of Nizami’s family entered into the jail around 11:30am, says Nasir Ahmed, jailor of Kashimpur High Security Central Jail part-2.

  • The tale of long delay in his trial

    The investigation into the war crimes of Jamaat-e-Islami leaders Motiur Rahman Nizami and Abdul Quader Mollah began on the same day in July 2010. Charges were framed against the duo on the same day in May of 2012.

  • NO to war criminal NIZAMI'S plea

    The legal battle in the war crimes case against Motiur Rahman Nizami has finally drawn to a close after 69 long months. The man, who led the ruthless militia Al-Badr in the massacre of Bangalees including intellectuals and professionals during the 1971 Liberation War, has now only one option left -- seeking presidential clemency by confessing to the crimes he committed during the nine-month war.

  • Nizami ‘worried’ after hearing verdict

    Death row war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami hears the Supreme Court verdict that upheld his death penalty. He seem restless and worried after hearing the news.

  • It’s up to Nizami to seek mercy: Defence

    It is up to Motiur Rahman Nizami whether he will seek for mercy or not, says defence lawyer for the convicted war criminal, whose review plea against the gallows was scrapped today.

  • Jamaat calls hartal for Sunday

    Jamaat-e-Islami has called a 24-hour countrywide hartal (shutdown) for Sunday after the Supreme Court upheld death penalty awarded to the party’s chief Motiur Rahman Nizami for his 1971 war crimes.

  • Security beefed on SC premises ahead of Nizami’s review plea verdict

    The government beefed up security in the Supreme Court area this morning ahead of the verdict on war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami’s petition seeking review of the SC judgement that upheld his death penalty for wartime crimes.

  • SC verdict on Nizami's review plea today

    All eyes are on the Supreme Court as it is set today to pass an order on the petition of war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami,

  • Nizami's review verdict likely tomorrow

    The Supreme Court is set to pass an order tomorrow on a petition filed by war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami