বুধবার , ২৬ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০১৮
সদ্যপ্রাপ্ত

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Law for Resisting torture: Bangladesh Perspective

Advocate Shahanur Islam: In spite of Article No. 35 (5) of the constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, prohibited torture completely, incident torture is increasing day by day. International Convention against Torture (CAT) has also been declared torture as the punishable offence. As the member state of above mentioned convention Bangladesh is bound to comply with this convention i.e ... Read More »

Of Stay or cancellation of registration of the Insurers in Insurance Act-2010

Md A H Siddiqee: Insurance, by definition, is a contract whereby for specified consideration, one party undertakes to compensate the other for a loss relating to a particular subject as a result of the occurrence of designated hazards. Insurance does not protect any asset from perils .Insurance minimizes the loss of the sum insured; and thus can keep the owner ... Read More »

Agriculture and microinsurance: A demand of the time

Md A H Siddiqee: Ours is an agrarian economy which needs much attention as it plays a vital role in the GDP and in terms of employment. Agriculture plays a pivotal role in Bangladesh’s economy and in the lives of the vast majority of its population. Roughly speaking, this important sector accounts for 20 percent of the GDP and employs ... Read More »

Violation of Labor Rights in Bangladesh

Nishat  Tarannum: Presently, in Bangladesh the contravention of labor rights have become a common phenomenon. Given that our economy cannot prosper without this huge manpower. But unfortunately, different organizations most importantly the garments owner are frequently violating the laws regarding labor rights. According to, The Bangladesh Labor code 2006, section 4, “Working Hour means the time when the worker remains ... Read More »

Eve-teasing,woman rights and our Bangladesh

P.M. Serajul Islam: Bangladesh, a developing country, though holding quite a small area is flooded with uncountable problems. Among these, eve-teasing, recently has become the burning issue for the country because of its adverse effects on women, especially to the teenage girls. Eve teasing has remained a concern since many years. But the fact that it has taken a massive ... Read More »

“Domestic Violence against Women in Bangladesh”

Nishat Tarannum Toma: Domestic violence against women has become a common phenomenon in Bangladesh. Even it has become a significant as well as a noteworthy issue in our society. In the perspective of our society domestic violence includes beating the women by their husbands, dowry related violence, rape, acid attack, physical and verbal harassment, sexual harassment and most importantly forced ... Read More »

Minority Groups of Bangladesh:Attack & Violence

Upal Aditya Oikya: Bangladesh is the fourth largest Muslim populated country in the world. Racially and culturally, it is still a diverse nation. The total population is about 141 million, where Muslim constitute nearly 89.7% of total population, Hindu are nearly 9.2%, Buddhist are nearly 0.7%, Christian are nearly 0.3% and Animist & believers in tribal faiths are 0.1% only. ... Read More »

Of appeal and Execution in Family Court Ordinance-1985

Md A H Siddiqee: The Family Court Ordinance-1985 is a special law with many lacunas. The then government passed this law by an ordinance to minimize the sufferings many women. But, instead of minimizing the sufferings, this law has become a constant source of pain for the Muslim women and children in general. The jurisdiction of the Family Court reads ... Read More »

Partition of India: Abdication of Murshidabad in exchange of Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Genesis of Shanti Bahini

Md A H Siddiqee: World War II broke out across the globe to fulfill the dream of Hitler which ultimately paved the way to liberate the British colonies. India was divided on religious line. At long last, the final hour of the Partition of India came close to demark the boundary of two states namely India and Pakistan based on ... Read More »

“The Proper Execution of Environmental Law in Bangladesh”

Nishat Tarannum Presently, worldwide environmental issues have integrated largely. It has emerged a global frame work. These days, we are susceptible by extreme environmental pollution through substantive global warming. Again it is we who have made this situation more mortifying. Scientists are assuming that after 10-15 years there will be a next world war for fresh water. And we will ... Read More »