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ICC committee supports stricter punishments for ball-tampering

The International Cricket Council’s Cricket Committee backed stricter punishments for ball-tampering but decided not to do away with the toss in test cricket during a two-day meeting which concluded in Mumbai on Tuesday. The Cricket Committee was joined by ex-England captain Mike Gatting and David Boon, former Australia batsman and now a member of the…

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May 30, 2018


Teacher forced us to drink sewer water, Bangladeshi pupils say

DHAKA: Bangladeshi authorities have ordered an investigation after a primary school teacher was accused of forcing more than two dozen students to drink sewer water as a punishment, officials said Monday. Parents lodged a complaint against Shahnaz Parvin, a teacher from Jajira south of Dhaka, after several students fell ill. Jajira’s government administrator, Rahela Rahmatullah,…

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August 21, 2017


A short re-enactment video on cybercrime law

Now that the cybercrime law is in force, it will affect all of our lives. To better explain what it means to the general public, Samaa has made a short re-enactment video that sums up all its clauses. Watch…

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August 12, 2016


Rasheed backs punishments for fake degree holders, plunderers

Web DeskRAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) head Sheikh Rasheed on Friday supported the sentences being awarded by courts to fake degree holders, thieves and plunderers. Speaking to reporters here on Friday, Rasheed said that Jamshed Dasti should behave like a man instead of crying over his sentence. On Thursday, District and Session Court Muzaffargarh sentencted…

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April 5, 2013


Bangladesh bans religious punishments

DHAKA: The Bangladesh High Court has outlawed punishments handed down by religious edict, or fatwa, after a series of cases of Muslim women being beaten and caned, a state lawyer said Friday. The court ruling came late Thursday on public interest litigations by human rights groups who highlighted examples of women being publicly whipped for…

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July 9, 2010


LHC suspends Rehman Malik's punishments in two references

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Lahore High Court has suspended the punishment given to Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik in two references on Monday. Rehman Malik has been ordered by the court that to provide security of Rs 0.2 million in the court. The Lahore High Court has accepted the appeals of Rehman Malik against the verdicts…

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December 22, 2009