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Law / Re: News on New ICT Law......
« on: October 03, 2013, 02:57:04 PM »
Thanks Ma'am for your posting on current issue. It is obvious freedom expression and cyber law never fit together.  I believe the proposed amendment would have a positive effect to deter deliberate abusive, hated or racial publications.

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Law / Re: HOW TO MAKE AN EXCELLENT POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Useful Tips
« on: September 28, 2013, 03:20:42 PM »
Thanks you for your posting. We can arrange a practical session on power-point presentation.

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Law / Re: Cyber bullying
« on: August 29, 2013, 11:10:42 AM »
Unfortunately nothing mentioned in the Information & Communication Technology Act-2006.

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Law / Re: law theory
« on: August 21, 2013, 06:00:35 PM »
Thanks for your posting. I ask you to attach some practical examples.

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Law / Re: Cyber bullying
« on: August 21, 2013, 05:57:14 PM »
Dear AR nice to find you in forum. Please keep it.

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Law / Cyber bullying
« on: August 10, 2013, 02:12:16 PM »
Cyber bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. (Wikipedia)

In recent times cyber bullying  is one of the notorious incidents in internet era. Basically teenager girls are targeted by the offenders around the world. Young peoples in Bangladesh are madly involved in social media.  Authority should step forward to take appropriate measures to stop any unwanted incidents happen in Bangladesh like the following tragedies:


#Hannah Smith, 14, was found dead after she received a series of abusive messages on the Ask.fm website, telling her to “drink bleach”, “go get cancer” and “go die”.

#In April, 15-year-old Josh Unsworth from Lancashire was found hanged in his parents’ garden after enduring months of abusive messages on the website.

#Last year, Irish teenagers Ciara Pugsley, 15, from Leitrim and Erin Gallagher, 13, from Donegal, also took their own lives after allegedly being subjected to anonymous bullying on the site.(The daily Telegraph)

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Law / Re: Cases pending for disposals in Bangladesh
« on: June 17, 2013, 10:07:39 PM »
Dear Ma'am
It's really a horrible figure. Dhaka City Corporation has been divided into north and south. But Dhaka Judge Court still remain in old format. Why we cannot make more branches of our lower court depending on the boundary and population of particular city/district? Majority of pending cases are in criminal nature. And we are very reluctant to introduce alternative methods in criminal justice. Need to change our attitude.

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Law / Law jokes-3
« on: June 13, 2013, 09:59:23 PM »
Law jokes-3
A lawyer opened his own office right after successfully passing the bar exam. Sitting idly at his desk, his secretary announced that a Mr. Baker was there to see him. He told his secretary to show him right in.
Thinking that it was a new client he wanted to make a good impression. As Mr. Baker was entering his office, the lawyer picked up the phone and yelled into it…"Absolutely not! You tell them I will not settle this case for less than five hundred thousand dollars. Don't bother me again until that amount has been agreed to!"
Slamming the phone down, he greeted Mr. Baker saying, "How do you do Mr. Baker. What can I do to help you?"
Mr. Baker replied, "Hi, I'm from the phone company. I'm here to connect your phone."


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Law / Daughter-in-law or housemaid
« on: May 15, 2013, 10:24:12 PM »
 Daughter-in-law should be treated as a family member and not housemaid, and she cannot be "thrown out of her matrimonial home at any time", the Supreme Court of India has said, while expressing concern over instances of brides being burnt and tortured in the country.

The apex court said a bride must be respected in her matrimonial home as it "reflects the sensitivity of a civilized society."

"A daughter-in-law is to be treated as a member of the family with warmth and affection and not as a stranger with respectable and ignoble indifference. She should not be treated as a house maid. No impression should be given that she can be thrown out of her matrimonial home at any time," a bench of justices K S Radhakrishnan and Dipak Misra said.

The apex court made the observations while upholding the sentence of seven-year jail term to a man for torturing his wife, who committed suicide.(Times of India)

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Law / Re: Congratulation to the Country’s first female Speaker...
« on: May 08, 2013, 11:54:16 AM »
Women Speakers
of national parliaments
•   Austria: 1927
•   Denmark: 1950
•   Hungary: 1963
•   Uruguay: 1963
•   Germany: 1972
•   Canada: 1972
•   Argentina: 1973
•   Iceland: 1974
•   Switzerland: 1977
•   Bolivia: 1979
•   Italy: 1979
•   Dominica: 1980
•   Sao Tome and Principe: 1980
•   San Marino: 1981
•   Ireland: 1982
•   Belize: 1984
•   Jamaica: 1984
•   Costa Rica: 1986
•   Australia: 1987
•   Luxembourg: 1989
•   Grenada: 1990
•   Nicaragua: 1990
•   Finland: 1991
•   Guatemala: 1991
•   Sweden: 1991
•   Trinidad and Tobago: 1991
•   United Kingdom: 1992
•   Croatia: 1993
•   Japan: 1993
•   Norway: 1993   •   South Africa: 1994
•   Antigua and Barbuda: 1994
•   El Salvador: 1994
•   Mexico: 1994
•   Panama: 1994
•   Ethiopia: 1995
•   Latvia: 1995
•   Peru: 1995
•   Malta: 1996
•   Poland: 1997
•   Bahamas: 1997
•   Suriname: 1997
•   Netherlands: 1998
•   Czech Republic: 1998
•   Venezuela: 1998
•   Spain: 1999
•   Dominican Republic: 1999
•   Lesotho: 2000
•   Republic of Moldova: 2001
•   Georgia: 2001
•   Chile: 2002
•   Liberia: 2003
•   Estonia: 2003
•   Greece: 2004
•   Belgium: 2004
•   Saint Kitts and Nevis: 2004
•   New Zealand: 2005
•   Burundi: 2005
•   Albania: 2005
•   Zimbabwe: 2005   •   Gambia: 2006
•   Israel: 2006
•   Swaziland: 2006
•   Turkmenistan: 2006
•   Saint Lucia: 2007
•   United States of America: 2007
•   Nigeria: 2007
•   Uzbekistan: 2008
•   Pakistan: 2008
•   Serbia: 2008
•   Rwanda: 2008
•   Romania: 2008
•   Gabon: 2009
•   Bosnia and Herzegovina: 2009
•   Ghana: 2009
•   India: 2009
•   Bulgaria: 2009
•   Lithuania: 2009
•   Botswana: 2009
•   Mozambique: 2010
•   United Republic of Tanzania: 2010
•   Lao People's Democratic Republic: 2011
•   Uganda: 2011
•   Portugal: 2011
•   Russian Federation: 2011
•   Barbados: 2012
•   Singapore: 2013
•   Bangladesh: 2013

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Law / Miranda rights and Bangladesh
« on: April 20, 2013, 09:48:41 PM »
The Miranda rights, is a warning given by police in the United States to criminal suspects in police custody (or in a custodial interrogation) before they are interrogated to preserve the admissibility of their statements against them in criminal proceedings.
 In Miranda v. Arizona, the Supreme Court of USA held that the admission of an elicited incriminating statement by a suspect not informed of these rights violates the right to counsel. Thus, if law enforcement officials decline to offer a Miranda warning to an individual in their custody, they may interrogate that person and act upon the knowledge gained, but may not use that person's statements to incriminate him or her in a criminal trial.
Bangladesh
Article 33 of the Constitution of Bangladesh compels arresting authorities to inform the accused of the accusations brought against him before he is detained and that the detained must be presented to the nearest court within 24 hours. Exceptions to this rule include preventive detention and the arrest of an enemy alien. Right to counsel is an inalienable right, but the arresting officer need not explicitly state it to the detained.
Article 35(4) of the Constitution protects individuals from self-implication. Therefore, Miranda warnings must be read out to the detained if he wants to voluntarily confess to the charges; in this case, a Magistrate must read and explain the confessor's right to silence and protection from self-implication, and attest to the fact that the rights of the confessor were read out to him and explained, and the confessor waived his right of silence.(Source: Wikipedia)

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Law / Re: Best paid lawyer
« on: April 15, 2013, 02:13:55 PM »
OK! Lawyer will earn and spend for charitable causes. other will be honorary advisers.

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Law / Best paid lawyer
« on: April 12, 2013, 10:29:32 AM »

 David Cooper grew up as the son of small market traders in UK . Yet with a fee of £100million safely negotiated with his latest client, he is now by far and away Britain's best paid lawyer.
The lawyer regularly charges £1000-an-hour and owns 26 cars.
The self-proclaimed mad art collector has furnished the properties with around 6,000 antiques and pieces of fine art.
Last year the highest earning solicitors were claiming annual fees of £1.3million, although Mr Cooper claims his earnings last year were around £2m.
He is best known in legal circles for his work on Arsenal football club's, a deal which secured him £2million.
 Dear students you are just few steps away to become a multimillionaire. So read, read and read-------- final exam is knocking. But don’t spend your earnings only for self-luxuries. Please keep in mind your responsibilities for humanity.           

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Law / Law Jokes-2
« on: April 10, 2013, 10:12:13 PM »
A dog ran into a butcher shop and grabbed a roast off the counter. Fortunately, the butcher recognized the dog as belonging to a neighbour of his. The neighbour happened to be a lawyer.

Irritated at the theft, the butcher called up his neighbour and said, "Hey, if your dog stole a roast from my butcher shop, would you be liable for the cost of the meat?"

The lawyer replied, "Of course, how much was the roast?"
"$7.98" said the butcher.

A few days later the butcher received a check in the mail for $7.98. Attached to it was an invoice that read: Legal Consultation Fees: $150.00.

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Law / Re: Little moments….Precious feelings
« on: February 10, 2013, 09:53:09 PM »
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Three prayers are undoubtedly answered: the prayer of one who is wronged, the prayer of the traveller and the prayer of a father for his child.” Narrated by Ibn Maajah (3862).
May Allah give us ability to take maximum benefit from our parent's dua and shower His infinite mercy all upon us.

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