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A panacea for the 'age-old' transport anarchy?
Law & Our Rights

A panacea for the 'age-old' transport anarchy?

Bangladesh has probably seen for the first time an unprecedented country-wide student protest, started in the last week of July, condemning the unfortunate death of two college students ensuing from the rash driving of two buses in the capital on 29 July.

SC on road accident cases
Law & Our Rights

SC on road accident cases

Although the statistics of road accidents occurring in Bangladesh is alarming, the number of successful cases is frustratingly disappointing.

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