Accused Delowar Hossain Sayeedi alias Delu @ Abu Nayeem Mohammad Delowar Hossain@ Allama Delowar Hossain Sayeedi, son of late Yousuf Ali Sikder of villages-South Khali, Police Station Indurkani/Zianagar, District-Pirojpur, at present 914-Shaheed Bag, Police Station Motijheel, District-Dhaka is found guilty to the offfences of crimes agaisnt humanity (listed in charge Nos.8 and 10) and he be convicted and sentenced to death and be hanged by the neck till he is dead under section 20(2) of the International Crimes (Tribunals) Act, 1973.
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The Law Commission feels that there is a necessity to ensure modern and updated Legal Education to respond to the needs of modern society and economy. The Law Commission while undertaking the present work took different steps such as meeting stakeholders, collecting expert opinion and arranging regional conferences at different places of Bangladesh.
China’s One Belt One Road Project: China’s “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) initiatives has implications for huge cross border business activities spanning more than 40 counties, 4 billion engaged population involving USD […]
The laws listed below are the most relevant to business-related to domestic and international trade Taxation, Customs & Revenue Laws • The Customs Act, 1969 • The Finance (2008-09 FY) Act 2009 […]
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In an endeavour to further strengthen the bilateral relations between the two Countries in general and between the two Armies in particular, the Indian Army gifted 20 fully trained military horses and 10 mine detection dogs to Bangladesh Army. These equines and canines were trained by the Remount and Veterinary Corps of Indian Army. The Indian Army has also trained Bangladesh Army personnel for training and handling these specialist dogs and horses.
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It is a common practice in the Dacca High Court, based on the practice of the Calcutta High Court while section 205 of the Government of India Act 1935, was in force, for a single Judge or a Division Bench, different from the ‘Appellate Court’, to grant a certificate in cases where a substantial question relating to the interpretation of the Constitution is raised and decided.
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