ICT-2 Death Sentence of Jamaat Leader Kamaruzzaman Upheld by Supreme Court

Death verdict against Jamaat leader Kamaruzzaman upheld by Appellate Division of Supreme Court Jamaat calls two day countrywide hartal in protest for Tuesday and Wednesday Authorities call family to meet Kamaruzzaman for last time Kamaruzzaman’s lawyer, Shishir Mohammad Manir, seeks visit to client to discuss possibility of mercy petition to President The death sentence against Jamaat Assistant...

The lying Awami Minister Caught red-handed

The visiting delegation from the European Union has expressed their disgust at the remark of the State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam in which he claimed that the European Union has expressed no concern over the human rights situation in Bangladesh. He made the claim during his press conference at his Ministry on Wednesday the 18th February after having held a meeting

Avijit’s murder: Government hand discovered

Dhaka: Information Minster Hasanul Haq Inu and other fellow bloggers were behind the killing of Avijit, according to a details report published on Newsbd7.com, an online Bangladeshi news portal.  In an evidence-rich, in-depth invesigative report the portal stated that, initial planning for the killing of Avijit took place in the house of Arafat A Rahman, a lecturer of the Independent

SC releases full verdict of Kamaruzzaman

The Supreme Court on Monday 2 march released the full verdict upholding the death penalty for Jamaat-e-Islami leader Muhammad Kamaruzzaman in a war crimes case. Earlier in the day, all the four SC judges, who had delivered the verdict on November 3 last year by a majority decision, signed the 577-page judgment.

Bangladesh orders top Jamaat leader to hang, fuelling unrest

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s war crimes tribunal ordered the execution of a senior Islamist leader Wednesday after convicting him of atrocities during the country’s 1971 independence war, triggering violence outside the court.

Arrest warrant issued for Khaleda Zia

Feb 25 (Reuters) – A Bangladesh court issued arrest warrants on Wednesday for former prime minister and opposition leader Khaleda Zia, an action likely to escalate tension fuelling anti-government protests in which already more than 100 people have been killed in the past month.

Jamaat chief sentenced to death in Bangladesh

A controversial tribunal in Bangladesh has sentenced the head of the country’s Jamaat-e-Islami party to death for his alleged role in the deaths of thousands during the nation’s independence war against Pakistan in 1971.

Bangladesh poised to commit another judicial murder!

Rumours are in the air that Government of Bangladesh is poised to commit yet another judicial killing by upholding the tribunal -2 death penalty verdict against Jamaat leader Muhamamd Kamaruzzaman. The Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Islamic Scholars demand release of Sayeedi

Dhaka, 19 September:A deep conspiracy is going on to eliminate Islam from the country, says Ulama of the country. In a joint statement country’s 5001 leading Islamic Scholars said that a deep conspiracy is going on to eliminate Islam from the country and  to deprive people to be benefitted from Quranic teaching. In a bid to uproot Islam, a blueprint is in works to

Punishment in BCL stands for rich rewards

Dhaka: In most cases it seems to be a real boon to the leaders and activists involved in violence in the politics of Bangladesh Chhatra League as such infamy earn them reputation and recognition in the party hierarchy.