Year: 2016

  1. Environmental Law
  2. International Law
Bangladesh is a country where the lives of a considerable part of the population are directly connected with its rivers. As a result, shared watercourses are a matter of great concern in this region. Bangladesh has 57 trans-boundary rivers flowing through it, whose flow, when disrupted, brings about a considerable amount of environmental deterioration. Of […]
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Human Rights Law
  3. Migration Law
  4. Prison System
The use of indefinite immigration detention in the UK remains extremely controversial, what with it being the only country in the EU to use it. While the European Court of Human Rights (henceforth ECtHR) in Strasbourg had the opportunity to deem this draconian practice as being incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) […]
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Criminal Law
  3. Labour Law
  4. Uncategorized
11-year-old Aduri, a domestic worker, was rescued in 2013 by a police inspector from a dustbin in the cantonment area in a half-conscious state with signs of torture and severe injuries throughout her body. Earlier this year a 12-year-old domestic worker named Purnima was set on fire by her employer in the city of Rangpur […]
  1. Uncategorized
‘’Like many businessmen of genius he learned that free competition was wasteful, monopoly efficient. And so he simply set about achieving that efficient monopoly.’’ Mario Puzo, The Godfather, Book III Mafia families depicted in this 1969 Mario Puzo book and its 1972 Hollywood adaptation has had a profound impact in shaping the ideas of both […]
  1. Case Comments
  2. Constitutional Law
What makes the case of Major General K.M. Shafiullah & another vs. Bangladesh one of the most controversial cases in the history of Constitutional Law of Bangladesh is that while disposing of the case the Supreme Court of Bangladesh positively enforced a provision of Part II of the Constitution which has been expressly barred by […]
  1. Uncategorized
In order to achieve sustainable human development every country must foster a labour force favourable to social integration by formulating a rational set of recruitment policies. To ensure meaningful participation of citizens in economic, cultural and social life and to realize their full potential, it is imperative to guarantee equal opportunities for all in employment […]

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