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Mainul Hosein gets bail in defamation case

Dhaka, Sept 8 (UNB) – A court here on Sunday granted bail to former caretaker government adviser barrister Mainul Hosein in a defamation case filed by journalist Masuda Bhatti. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Tofazzol Hossain granted the bail on bond Tk 5,000. On September 3, the court sent Mainul Hosein to jail after rejecting his bail petition in the case. Barrister ... Read More »

Barrister Mainul refused bail, sent to jail again

Dhaka, Sep 3 (UNB) – A court here on Tuesday rejected a bail plea of former caretaker government adviser Mainul Hosein and sent him to jail in a defamation case filed by journalist Masuda Bhatti. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Tofazzol Hossain passed the order when Mainul surrendered before the court after expiry of his five-month bail. Dhaka Bar Association’s former president ... Read More »

Zia Charitable Trust case: Khaleda again seeks bail from HC

Dhaka, Sep 3 (UNB) – BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia sought bail again on Tuesday from the High Court Division in the Zia Charitable Trust corruption case in which she had been jailed for 10 years. Her lawyer Kaisar Kamal filed the petition on her behalf. The court had rejected her previous petition on July 31 in the case filed by ... Read More »

Ayesha Minni bailed, Barguna SP warned for briefing on case

Dhaka, Aug 29 – After giving warning the Superintendent of Barguna police for media briefing of a sensational murder case, the High Court yesterday directed the government to formulate a guideline on how much statement the law enforcers could make on the investigation of the cases. It asked the home secretary and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to formulate ... Read More »

Bangladesh HC strips Narail judge of judicial powers

Dhaka – The High Court on Thursday directed the Law Ministry to keep Narail Session’s Judge Sheikh Abdul Ahad away from conducting criminal cases for one year for exempting the prime accused in a murder case. It also asked the ministry to take necessary steps to present the matter before the General Administration (GA) Committee of the Supreme Court. The ... Read More »