Medical Negligence and its Constitutional Protections in Bangladesh

Md. Rafiqul Islam Hossaini

Md. Rafiqul Islam Hossaini

Mr. Hossaini did his LLB at the University of London, UK and LLM at Jagannath University, Bangladesh. He can be reached at rih.jewel@gmail.com
Md. Rafiqul Islam Hossaini

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Keywords: Negligence; Medical negligence; Constitutional protection; Constitutional remedy; limitations and challenges. What is Negligence? “Negligence” is a significant branch of the

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A Sketch of the Impeachment of Judges of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Ali Mashraf

Ali Mashraf

LLB Student at University of Dhaka
Ali Mashraf is currently pursuing his LL.B. (Hons) degree from Department of Law, University of Dhaka. He is working as a contributor of the BDLD. He can be reached at josephite.mashraf@gmail.com
Ali Mashraf

A tug of war always existed between the different organs of the state in exercising power and controlling authority in

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Glimpses on pre-constitutional documents of Bangladesh

Mohsin Hossain

Mohsin Hossain

Student at Department of Law, University of Dhaka
Mohsin Hossain is a Law student at the University of Dhaka. He serves as a regular contributor to Bangladesh Law Digest.
Mohsin Hossain

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Many of us have not known about the first constitution of Bangladesh. ‘The Proclamation of Independence’ is the first constitution

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Constitutional interpretation and our Supreme Court: a critical appreciation

Naeem Hassan

Naeem Hassan

Student at Department of Law, University of Dhaka
Naeem Hassan is currently studying LLM at University of Dhaka. He is a Senior Editor of the Bangladesh Law Digest (BDLD). He also works as the Vice President at Bijoy Ekattor Hall Debating Club - BEHDC of University of Dhaka.
Naeem Hassan

The supreme court of Bangladesh is charged with duty to protect and uphold the Constitution of Bangladesh, and thereby it

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A comparative analysis between the provisions the Constitution of Bangladesh and the Penal Code, 1860

Md. Faysal Saleh

Md. Faysal Saleh

Student at Department of Law, University of Dhaka
Faysal Saleh is currently studying LLM at University of Dhaka. He is the founder and an Editor in Chief of the Bangladesh Law Digest (BDLD). He can be reached at mfaisalsaleh@gmail.com .
Md. Faysal Saleh

The Constitution of Bangladesh is the supreme law of the land, and if any other law is inconsistent with this

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