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Can ‘Bangla’ be fully introduced in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh?


Written By: NazirAhmed
27/08/2013 23:33
Law and Order

Many people demand that ‘Bangla’ be fully introduced in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. ‘Bangla’ is our mother tongue and state language of Bangladesh. We are the only nation in the earth who sacrificed lives for the restoration of our mother tongue. When the month of....    Full story...

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Role of strong military force in a poor or developing country


Written By: NazirAhmed
27/08/2013 0:50
Thoughts and Ideology

A strong military force in a poor or developing country is a real threat not to its supposed enemies but to its own unarmed people. A competent and strong military force which can fight and defeat its enemies usually become kind to its own people. On the contrary, an incompetent and coward....    Full story...

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BNP to take a tough decision in coming days


Written By: NazirAhmed
25/08/2013 20:55
Bangladesh

The 18 parties alliance in general and the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) in particular would probably have to take a tough decision in coming days whether to go ahead in election under the government led by the Awwami League (AL). The symptoms and indicators coming from up and down the....    Full story...

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Origin and history of the Constitution of Bangladesh


Written By: NazirAhmed
21/08/2013 23:34
Law and Order

Bangladesh became independent on 16 December 1971. After being released from the jail of Pakistan on 8 January 1972, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returned via London to independent Bangladesh on 10 January 1972. The following day on 11 March 1972, in his capacity as the President of newly independent....    Full story...

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Why would Surenjit Sen be kept in the Cabinet violating Constitution and wasting public money?


Written By: NazirAhmed
19/08/2013 21:41 19/08/2013 21:32
Controversy

Assistant Personnel Secretary (APS) of the former Railway Minister Surenjit Sen Gupta, Omar Faruq Talukdar, along with two other persons [former Railway General Manager (East) Yusuf Ali Mridha and its Dhaka Divisional Commander Enamul Haq] was caught in red handed with 70 lakh taka at midnight....    Full story...

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Constitutionality and legality of banning a political party


Written By: NazirAhmed
12/08/2013 11:54
Contemporary Debate

Some extreme left oriented political parties and their affiliated professional and cultural organisations have long been demanding for banning the Bangladesh Jammat-e Islami (BJI). This is not their new demand. However, they have recently intensified their demand which most of the Bangladeshi....    Full story...

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Provisions for and against the rule of law in the Constitution of Bangladesh


Written By: NazirAhmed
06/08/2013 13:01
Law and Order

Introduction Rule of law is an internationally recognised concept.  Accordingly, Bangladesh recognises rule of law as a basic feature of its Constitution.  In Anwar Hussain Chowdhury v Bangladesh 1989 BLD, the Supreme Court of Bangladesh recognised the rule of law as one of the....    Full story...

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The place of rule of law in the Constitution of Bangladesh


Written By: NazirAhmed
05/08/2013 15:05
Law and Order

In fact, the term ‘rule of law’ is well placed in the Constitution of Bangladesh. Its Preamble states the ‘rule of law’ as one of the objectives to be attained. The Preamble, inter alia, says “....it shall be a fundamental aim of the State to realise through the....    Full story...

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Who will be benefited from banning the Jammat?


Written By: NazirAhmed
02/08/2013 15:08
Contemporary Debate

Even if someone wants to start a business, he should make a market study, and consider the positive and negative factors that might affect his business. Similarly, the government should consider what it would achieve by banning the BJI. Banning the BJI could cause one of three things: Firstly:....    Full story...

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Dr M Zahir: an eminent jurist any country can be proud of


Written By: NazirAhmed
29/07/2013 22:18 29/07/2013 22:18
Law and Order

Dr M Zahir - an eminent jurist, constitutional law specialist and the country's leading company law expert - died in the Bangkok General Hospital, Thailand, at 10.30 (Bangladesh time) on Thursday, 11 July 2013 at the age of 74.   He was suffering from bone marrow....    Full story...

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Fourth Amendment of the Constitution: a black chapter in the history of Bangladesh


Written By: NazirAhmed
26/07/2013 1:04
Law and Order

Introduction The Constitution of Bangladesh has been amended fifteen times so far.  Within those fifteen amendments, the most controversial amendment was the Fourth Amendment, for it fundamentally changed the nature and character of the Constitution.  Yet surprisingly, there has be no....    Full story...

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Eleventh and Twelfth Amendments of the Bangladesh constitution:Example of National Unity


Written By: NazirAhmed
03/07/2013 22:27 03/07/2013 13:10
Law and Order

The Constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh has been amended several times. The Constituent Assembly of Bangladesh adopted a Constitution which came into operation on 16 December 1972, exactly one year after liberation of Bangladesh. Since then and until the present government....    Full story...

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Advisers in the place of or in addition to Ministers: Constitutional quest for their appointment


Written By: NazirAhmed
20/06/2013 12:06
Contemporary Debate

In a parliamentary democracy the party (or parties if in coalition) which wins the general [national] election forms the government.  Its leader becomes the Prime Minister.  The Prime Minister selects his/her Cabinet choosing his/her most able and loyal supporters from Parliament. ....    Full story...

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The Reasons Bangladesh needs non-party caretaker Government


Written By: NazirAhmed
16/06/2013 23:19
Law and Order

There are many reasons as to why Bangladesh needs a non-party caretaker government to hold free, fair and credible elections.  Some of the important reasons are:   First: Bangladesh had a very bad and shocking experience of holding general elections under party governments.  The....    Full story...

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Bangladesh is in crisis: what is our responsibility?


Written By: NazirAhmed
14/06/2013 15:45
Contemporary Debate

Introduction: Bangladesh is heading towards an unimaginable destination.  Instability, irregularity and abnormality appear to be present everywhere in the country, be it in the political field or in the economic sector or within the administration or in the social arena.  The basic....    Full story...

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    Nazir Ahmed is a UK qualified solicitor with many years of experience of advising and training the public sector on all aspects of immigration and nationality Law, civil litigation, constitutional law welfare rights law and environmental health and safety law.
     
    He is a director of Policyy Review Centre(PRC), London and a consultant with Lincolns Chambers Solicitors. He has conducted training sessions for many national organisations as well as local authorities. His notable clients include various government departments. 
     
    Apart from his legal profession he is a prolific writer, authored few books and analyst on socio political issues.

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