Author: Rayhanul Islam

Gandhi Satyagrah 0

Gandhi’s “Satyagrah”

Nothing but the truth should be the stand to combat the evil and convert the wrong in the way of non-violence. This philosophical view was coined and developed by Mr Gandhi; was known as...

Forensic psychology 0

Forensic psychology and present-day use | 02

In our previous article, we see the adoption of Psychology into law and the emergence of Forensic Psychology. When someone is less known about the legal adoption of scientific methods and studies it may...

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Know before you invest in Bitcoin boom

The recent trading cryptocurrency boom becomes the center of the interest of all trade, why it shouldn’t be? This single subject seems to cover all important avenue to success; it is based on new...

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Environmental Law in Bangladesh

In the relation to Environment, ownership of natural resources matters and how those resources used has a direct connection to the environment. In this regard, Bangladesh inherited a colonial legal structure that promoted feudal...

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An Introduction to Environmental Law

Nature used to play with its own rule with the harmony of environment and climate but slowly we the humans took control over the thus changes the balance of ecosystem, as a consequence things...

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The Savarkar Case, 1911

The Savarkar Case, 1911, France v UK PRINCIPLE: If any state did not granted any persons asylum or mistakenly send him other state for that reason after then the state send first other didn’t...

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The Dikko Affair 1984

The Dikko Affair 1984 PRINCIPLE: A diplomatic bag is immune form check or observation of any authority; it can not be opened or captured without permission. If any I in case of any incident happened...

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The Iran Case 1980

The Iran Case 1980 PRINCIPLE: Not to entire into mission area without permission, protection of mission area from any sort of destruction or disturbance and not to violation in peace of mission along with...

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The wildenhus case.USA Vs BELGIUM

The wildenhus case.USA Vs BELGIUM Principle: Objective territorial principle, a state gets jurisdiction over crime, if any of the constituent elements of the crime is consummated in its territory. Facts: The Belgian steamer Noorland...

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