Case Number Parties Short Description
1
Sadot Ali alias Shazad Ali and another .... Petitioners -Versus Md. Abdul Khalek and others ....Opposite-parties
2
Md. Umar Mia, son of late Idris Ali of 72/1, Goyalbondo, DN Road, District- Narayanganj and others.-VS-Shahidulla Vuiyan and others.
3
Md. Farid Alam .... Plaintiff-appellant-petitioner -Versus- Adhinaik, 21 Ansar Battalian, Head Quarter of 31st Boalkhali Mouza, Dighinala, Khagrachari .... Defendant-respondent-Opposite-party
4
Province of East Pakistan-Vs-Arshed Ali Molla and others.
5
Md. Asadun Nabi @ Muhammad Asadunnabi, son of late Nurun Nabi of Village- Islampur, Police StationKotwali, District- Comilla; at present: House: 14, Road1/B, Avenue-1, Section-1, Block-B, Post Office-Mirpur1212, Shah Ali, Dhaka North City Corporation, Dhaka.-Vs-Bangladesh Water Development Board, Dhaka represented by the Executive Engineer, Bera W.D. Division, BWDB, Bera, District- Pabna and others
6
Md. Mofizul Islam … Appellant-petitioner -VersusBangladesh Development Bank and others …Respondents-opposite parties
7
Mohammad Malik alias M. A. Malik .... Defendant-Appellant-Petitioner -Versus- Rabeya Sultana .... Plaintiff-Respondent-Opposite-party
Family Matter
8
Nazim Asadul Haque, son of Mohammad Aminul Haque and Nazma Haque of House No. C EN (F) - 13, Road No. 104, Gulshan-2, Dhaka - 1212 .... Plaintiff-appellant-petitioner -Versus- Bangladesh Bank represented by its Governor, Bangladesh Bank Bhaban, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka and others .... Defendants-respondents-opposite parties
Credit Information Bureau (CIB) Matter
9
Prime Finance
10
Suriya Jesmin, w/o late Md. Moniruzzaman, 315 A Housing Estate, P/O Kushtia, District-Kushtia-Vs-Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation, Zonal Office, 2, Sir Iqbal Road, Khulna.
11
M/s. Haji Traders represented by its Proprietor Alhaz Md. Al-Amin Ahmed, son of Alhaz Haez Md. Omar Faruque and another. -Vs-Aman Cement Mills Unit-2 Ltd. represented by its Managing Director and others.
12
Most Hasina Banu being dead her heris Most. Babita Begum . … Appellant -VersusThe People’s Republic of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Sirajgonj, and others …Respondents
13
Prime Finance Capital Management Ltd. represented by its Managing Director, 63, Dilkusha (3rd floor) C/A, Dhaka. .... Plaintiff-appellant-petitioner -Versus- Bangladesh Bank represented by its Governor, Bangladesh Bank Bhaban, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka and others .... Defendants-respondents-opposite parties
CIB Matter
14
Ehsan Ali ........... Defendant No. 1- appellant Versus Nasim Ali and others ...... Plaintiffs-respondents Secretary, Ministry of Works and Housing and Settlement, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Secretariat Building, Dhaka. ..... Proforma defendant no.2-proforma respondent
15
Prodip Roy alias Sumon Vs. Tumpa Kar and others
Family Court Matter (Hindu Law)
16
Nurul Alam Ladu .... Petitioners -VersusMeah Mohammad Elias and others ....Opposite-parties
17
Chandan Chowdhury … Appellant -VersusUjjal Kumar Dutta and others. …Respondents. None appears
18
Monowara Begum, daughter of late Amin Ullah and others-Vs-Md. Yousuf and others.
19
Mustafizur Rahman Khan Raju being dead his hears and others … Appellants Alhaj Oliur Rahman and others …Respondents
20
Penticgem International Limited .... Petitioner- Versus- Unites Knitwear Limited and others. ....Opposite-parties
21
PFI Securities Limited of PFI Tower (7th Floor), 56-57, Dilkusha C/A, Motijheel, Dhaka-1000 represented by its Managing Director Mr. Mushfiqur Rahman (acting Managing Director) Through its authorized person/constituted attorney Muhammad Kaochhar Molla, son of Muhammad Chan Molla, Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs, PFI Securities Limited, PFI Tower (7th
CIB matter
22
Md. Shamsul Alam, son of Md. Minnat Ali and another-Vs-Kalim Uddin Chowdhury, son of Mounshi Mohammad Arif Chowdhury of VillageKarergram, Post Office-Karergram, Police Station-Kulaura, District-Sylhet and others.
23
Mrs. Nasima Akter @ Nasima Mannan .... Petitioner-Vs-Export and Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited (EXIM Bank) and others ....Opposite-parties
24
Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka Police Station and District- Dhaka-Vs-Md. Delwar Hossain, son of Rajjab Ali Bepari of Dadampur, Police Station- South Keraniganj, District- Dhaka represented by Am-mokternama Md. Abul Hossen, son of late Siddiq Sarder of 79/Ga, Hossni Dalan Road, Police StationChalkbazar, District- Dhaka and others.
25
Reliance Insurance Limited represented by its Chief Executive Officer, Shanta Western Tower (Level-5), 186 Tejgaon Industrial Area, Tejgaon-Gulshan Link Road, Dhaka-1208-Vs-1. Phoneix Finance and Investments Limited represented by its Principal Officer (F
Whether the examination-in-chief so given by the P.W-1 can be regarded as any evidence in absence of cross-examining that witness.
26
Shahar Banu .... Petitioner-‌‌Vs-AB Bank Limited and others ....Opposite-parties
27
Md. Alamgir Hossain .... Petitioner-Vs-The Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation, Khulna and others. ....Opposite-parties
28
Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka Collectorate Building, Dhaka and others-Vs-Professor Md. Shah Alam
29
Ssain Apperals Ltd. of 238, Tejgaon, I/A, Gulshan Link Road, Tejgaon, Dhaka-1208, Factory Address: 96, Kathgara, Amtala, Zirabo, Ashulia, Dhaka-1341 represented by its Managing Director-Vs-Fashion Options Inc. of DBA Generation one 1370, Broadway-suite 901, New York, NY 10018, USA represented by its Managing Director and others.
LC matters
30
Human Rights and Peace for Bangladesh (HRPB) represented by its Secretary-in-Charge, Advocate Md. Sarwar Ahad Chowdhury, Hall No. 2, Supreme Court Bar Association Bhaban, Dhaka, Bangladesh and others -Vs-Bangladesh represented by the Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Division, Bangladesh Secretariat, Police Station- Ramna, Dhaka, Bangladesh and others.
It is hereby declared that section 41(1) plL¡¢l Q¡L¢l BCe, 2018 (Act No. 57 of 2018) published in the Official Gazette on 14.11.2018 and made effective on 01.10.2019 by virtue of S.R.O No. 305-Ain/2019 dated 25.09.2019 (Annexure-‘A’ to the writ petition) void and ultra vires Articles 26, 27 and 31 of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
31
Kalipada Boiragi and others vs. Khagen Boiragi and others
32
Tapan Kumar Biswas Vs. Bibhutosh Bishwas and others
33
Kolim Uddin and others Vs. Government of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Chapainawabganj and others
34
Most. Nurunnahar Begum Vs. The Government of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Pabna and others
35
Md. Abdus Sobhan Sarker Vs. Md. Shahidul Kabir
36
Mst. Kajoli Bibi Vs. Mst. Rahila Khatun and another
37
Abu Bakkar Majhi @ Md. Abu Bakkar Majhi Vs. Mst. Salina Begum and others
38
Dewan Taimur Mostafa Hossain Vs. Md. Shamsur Rahman
39
Abdul Kader and others Vs Government of Bangladesh and others
40
Abdu alias Abdu Miah and others vs Yasnobi and others
41
Bangladesh Power Development Board Vs Powerpac-Mutiara Keraniganj Power Plant Ltd.
42
Mohammad Abdul Kader alias Karim Vs. The State
Section ‘138A’ has been inserted in Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 by section 3 of the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2006 (Act No. III of 2006). The provision of section 138A is clear and unambiguous. By inserting section 138A in the original NI Act, 1881 the parliament has intentionally made a bar in preferring an appeal against any order of sentence under sub-section (1) of section 138. By using the words “notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898” and the words “unless an amount of not less than fifty per cent of the amount of the dishonored cheque is deposited before filing the appeal in the Court which awarded the sentence” clearly suggest that the provisions of the code of criminal procedure in respect of preferring appeal under NI Act will not be applicable and before filing the appeal 50% of the amount of the dishonored cheque is to be deposited in the Court which awarded the sentence ( underlined to give emphases). The Court which awarded the sentence specifically indicates that said amount must be deposited in the Court who awarded the sentence, nothing more nothing less inasmuch as that after awarding sentence under sub-section (1) of section 138, receipt of even total dues by the complainant from the convict will not fulfill the requirement of section 138A of the NI Act.