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HC questions legality of 9th Wage Board

HC questions legality of 9th Wage Board

The High Court yesterday issued a rule asking the authorities concerned to explain why the ninth wage board, which has been formed to determine the salaries…

Eminent citizens denounce ‘killings’ in anti-drug drive

Over a hundred eminent citizens of the country yesterday issued a joint statement denouncing the 'killings' taking place in the ongoing anti-drug drive across the country, reports UNB. The statement was jointly issued by 121 eminent citizens including politicians, academics, writers, lawyers…

TIB wants action against attackers

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) yesterday expressed its deep concern over the attacks on the members of quota reform movement and demanded for exemplary punishment of those involved in the attacks, reports UNB. In a press statement, TIB also urged for quick implementation of the Prime Minister…

SC extends stay on Khaleda bail order

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, yesterday, extended its earlier order that stayed the High Court order granting bail to BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia in a murder case lodged in Comilla in 2015. The apex court, however, asked the High Court to hear and dispose of the rule over the bail within…

SC lawyers offer free legal aid for protesters

At least 20 lawyers of the Supreme Court Lawyers Association yesterday announced that they would provide free legal aid to quota reform protesters over police attack as they protest for quota reformation, reports UNB. The lawyers said this at a press briefing, held at Supreme Court Law Reports Form…

Myanmar court urged to drop case against Reuters pair

A lawyer for two Reuters journalists accused of breaching Myanmar's draconian secrecy law yesterday said the pair were simply doing their job by reporting on a massacre of Rohingya Muslims and urged a judge to dismiss the case, reports AFP from Yangon. Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, are accused…
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