DHAKA: The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court today released the text of its earlier today's verdict reconfirming the death penalty of 1971 war crimes convict and Al-Badr commander Mir Quasem Ali dismissing his review petition.
"This petition is dismissed . . .," read the concluding line of the 29-page verdict pronounced earlier today by a five-member apext court bench headed by Chief Justice SK Sinha. Earlier in the morning a five-member Appellate Division panel in its short judgment dismissed the review...Details»
A Dhaka court on Tuesday summoned BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia in a case that was filed for celebrating “false birthday” on ...Details»
The Supreme Court Division has upheld the death sentence for Jamaat leader Mir Quasem Ali for crimes against humanity during the liberation war in 1971, rejecting ...Details»
Jamaat-e-Islami has called a dawn-to-dusk hartal (Shutdown) for tomorrow Wednesday as the Supreme Court (SC) upheld death penalty for its key moneyman Mir Quasem Ali for ...Details»
A K Azad: War criminal Mir Quasem Ali has heard the verdict of death sentence upheld for him by Supreme Court (SC) on radio at Kashimpur ...Details»
England will bat first for the first time in this series as they aim to wrap it up at Trent Bridge with two matches to spare.
DHAKA: The United States today said it would work together with Bangladesh to fight terrorism and reiterated its offer to provide experts to this end. "We would ...Details»