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  • Reflection on ICTBD

    THE TRIAL OF 1971 GENOCIDE: Reflection on ICTBD

    Yesterday marked the 3rd National Genocide Day of Bangladesh. On 25 March 1971 late night, the Pakistan Occupation Army started

  • Trial, if any complaints made: CJ

    Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha yesterday said trials of extrajudicial killings must be held if any complaint is lodged with a court in this regard.

  • Messi tax fraud trial opens in Spain

    The trial of Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges is due to start in Spain.

  • ‘Steps on to ensure swift trials of blogger killings’

    Law Minister Anisul Huq says the government has taken all necessary steps to ensure quick trials of all the incidents of blogger killings.

  • Trial of 1 militancy-related case completed since 2013

    Trial of one out of 37 cases filed in connection with militant attacks in the country since 2013 has been completed so far, the inspector general of police says.

  • War crimes: 4 Netrokona men sent to jail

    A special war crimes tribunal sends 4 Netrokona men to jail, a day after police arrested them in a war crimes case following the court’s arrest warrant.

  • Trial possible under existing laws: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told the cabinet meeting yesterday that the government would hold the trial of the Tonu murder case

  • Trial of Tareque Sayeed to go on

    The High Court yesterday cleared the way for a lower court to continue the trial proceedings against sacked Rapid Action Battalion official Lt Col (retd) Tareque Sayeed Mohammad in the Narayanganj seven-murder case.

  • HC clears way for trial of Tarique, three others

    The High Court yesterday cleared the way for a lower court concerned to resume the trial proceedings against BNP leader Tarique Rahman and three others in a bribery case involving Tk 21 crore.

  • No charges pressed yet

    Three years have passed since Tanwir Muhammad Taqi, a bright teenage boy, was brutally murdered in Narayanganj, but investigators

  • Journalists allowed to cover proceedings

    A Narayanganj court yesterday recorded testimony of a prosecution witness in the sensational seven-murder case with journalists inside the court.

  • Attach assets of fugitives

    A special tribunal in Habiganj yesterday ordered attaching the assets of the accused on the run, including Harris Chowdhury, in the SAMS Kibria murder case.

  • Keeping media out, trial on

    A Narayanganj courtroom was made off limits to journalists as the recording of witness testimonies began in the seven-murder trial yesterday. Referring to a “court directive”, the public prosecutor and counsels for the accused said journalists cannot attend the proceedings. Police then asked the newsmen to leave the courtroom.

  • 7 lawmakers lambast Star in parliament

    Six treasury bench lawmakers and an independent MP last night demanded trial of The Daily Star editor and publisher Mahfuz Anam for “running false reports” on Sheikh Hasina after the 1/11 political changeover in 2007.

  • This is no way to strengthen democracy

    Yesterday, seven honourable members of parliament demanded my trial for "treason" for publishing reports that they claimed to have led to Sheikh Hasina's internment. We fundamentally reject this link as it is not based on facts.

  • Graft: Mosharraf’s trial to continue

    The High Court today has cleared the way for the lower court to continue trial proceedings against BNP senior leader Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain in a money laundering case.

  • Trial begins finally

    A Dhaka court yesterday finally started trial against 13 people in the case filed in connection with the devastating fire at Tazreen Fashions that killed 112 workers in Ashulia in 2012.

  • McCullum comes clean on Cairns

    Brendon McCullum, the New Zealand captain, has alleged that he was asked three times by Chris Cairns to get involved in spot-fixing.

  • Messi cleared in tax case, father accused

    Barcelona prosecutors have cleared Lionel Messi in a tax fraud case but are seeking an 18-month prison sentence for his father, Jorge.

  • Khaleda to appear before court tomorrow

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will appear before a Dhaka court tomorrow in Zia Charitable Trust and Zia Orphanage Trust graft cases.

  • Rakib murder: Charges against 3 accepted

    A Khulna court accepts charges against three accused in 13-year-old boy Rakib killing case.

  • Bangladesh High Court

    Gatco graft case: Mosharraf’s bail scrapped

    High Court cancels its earlier order that granted bail to former BNP minister of state for energy AKM Mosharraf Hossain in the Gatco graft case.

  • AL unwilling to quit fearing trial: Khaleda

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia says the ruling Awami League does not want to hold election in fear of facing trial after leaving the power for its irregularities and corruption.