A Case Review on M Siddiq (D) Thr Lrs vs. Mahant Suresh Das & Ors

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1,647 ViewsIntroduction Communal violence is a worldwide phenomenon. It is also found in India. Islam is the second-largest religion in India, almost 195 million people adherent of Islam. Initially, the dispute of the case started as a property dispute between two religious communities both of whom claim ownership over a piece of land admeasuring 1500 […]

Evaluation of UN Role in Rohingya Crisis: Tale of Success or Failure?

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2,542 ViewsIntroduction After witnessing massive destruction caused by World War II, United Nations (UN) was established with the global endeavor for maintaining international peace and security reaffirming faith upon fundamental human rights, dignity and worth of human lives and to save future generation from scourge of war. Depending upon the objectives mentioned in the Preamble […]

Safeguarding Freedom of Speech: A Case Note on Abul Kalam Azad vs. David Bergman [ICT-BD (ICT-2) Miscellaneous Case No.01 of 2014]

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1,207 ViewsIntroduction Right to freedom of speech was originally supposed as negative right free from governmental interruptions in several realms.[1] Despite the high level of recognition by International Convention on Civil and Political Rights, right to freedom of expression is not an unlimited one. Article 39 of the Bangladesh Constitution guarantees this right subject to […]

Catherine Masud vs Kashed Mia and others, 67 DLR 527

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3,344 ViewsIntroduction Tort is an interesting branch of law which provides compensation for damage or injury. Unfortunately, the application of tort law remained undiscovered in Bangladesh. However the implementation of tort is gradually increasing in Bangladesh. This landmark case was the first one ever filed under Section 128 of the Motor Vehicle Ordinance, 1983. Brief overview […]

Regina v. Dudley and Stephens Her Majesty The Queen v. Tom Dudley and Edwin Stephens (1884), 14 Q.B.D 273 (DC)

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2,303 ViewsIntroduction: Criminal law was established to preserve the security of an individual and guarantee the survival of the group. A crime is considered as an offence when done against the public though the actual victim is an individual. A criminal is given punishment proportionate to his crime and criminal law has legislation to ascertain […]