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High Court Mandates School Closure Due to Heat Wave

In response to alarming reports of heat-related fatalities, the High Court has issued a directive to suspend classes in primary and secondary schools as well as madrasas until the forthcoming Thursday. This decisive action follows the tragic demise of several educators amidst the sweltering temperatures, prompting a swift legal

Charge-sheet Against Dr. Yunus and Others

Today, a court in Dhaka took significant steps in a case involving allegations of embezzlement and money laundering against Grameen Telecom Chairman and Nobel Laureate, Dr. Muhammad Yunus, and 13 others.  Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge Ash Shams Zaglul Hossain presided over the proceedings and acknowledged the charge-sheet filed against the accused. The case, which revolves around the purported misappropriation of Taka 25 crore from the company and its subsequent laundering abroad, has been forwarded to Dhaka Special Judge Court-4 for further legal procedures. The court has scheduled

HC Allows Student Politics in BUET Campus

The High Court of Bangladesh has made a ruling regarding student politics on the campus of Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology (BUET). This decision comes as a response to a writ petition filed by Imtiaz Hossain Rahim Rabbi, a BUET student and leader of the Chhatra League, challenging the university's ban on student politics. Background Student politics had been prohibited on the BUET campus following a tragic incident in which a second-year student named Abrar Fahad was murdered by members of the Bangladesh Chhatra League on October 7, 2019. The ban was implemented as a response