BiLD Law Magazine 4(1)

March 2021

ISSN-L 2617-6971


Facts and opinions published in BiLD Law Magazine 4(1) (ISSN-L 2617-6971) express solely the opinions of the respective authors. Authors are responsible for their citing of sources and the accuracy of their references and bibliographies. The editors cannot be held responsible for any lacks or possible violations of third parties’ rights. Editor-in-Chief Md. Abul Kalam Azad Editor Sorowar Nizami Managing Editor A.N.M. Ashiqur Rahman Khan Deputy Editors Shamimul Islam Zahedul Islam Assistant Editors Sayed Aqa Raza Jahid Oyon Contributors Dr. Md. Nayem Alimul Hyder Barrister Md Monzurul Alam Ali Mashraf Zahedul Islam Maruf Ul Abed Sadiul Islam Antor Jehan Al- Hamadi Sorowar Nizami Shamimul Islam Sazzad Alam Prof. Dr. Sayed Sarfaraj Hamid Saeed Ahsan Khalid Advisers Dr. Nakib Muhammad Nasrullah Barrister Tanvir Parvez Md. Asaduzzaman Dr. Md. Milan Hossain Shahida Nasreen Download Full Magazine Read Editorial Dr. Md. Nayem Alimul Hyder

Significance of Media Regulatory Framework in Bangladesh

Barrister Md Monzurul Alam

Food Adulteration in Bangladesh: Defective Laws are the Major Concerns

Ali Mashraf

The Application of Different Theories of Human Rights to the Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion and its Limitations

Zahedul Islam

Comparative Discussion between Child Marriage and Dowry Problem in Bangladesh

Maruf Ul Abed  & Sadiul Islam Antor

Coronavirus Pandemic: Uncertain Fate of Migrant Workers

Jehan Al- Hamadi

Child Labour Laws in Bangladesh: A Call for Humanity

Sorowar Nizami

Sports Law: Bangladesh and Vice Versa

Shamimul Islam

Barrister Rafique Ul Huq: The Distinguished Lawyer of the Last Century for Bangladesh

Sazzad Alam

Tough Roadway Back to Paris: How the United States can become an International Leader on Climate Action?

Prof. Dr. Sayed Sarfaraj Hamid

Department of Law & Justice; Bangladesh University of Business and Technology: Committed to Quality Legal Education and Research

Saeed Ahsan Khalid

‘Literary Lawyers’: An Exigency of Intermingling Law and Literature