Leaders and activists of banned militant outfit Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) wanted to prove their strength by attacking on prison van to snatch its jailed chief Maulana Saidur Rahman, detectives say after the arrest of the group's acting ... Dhaka Tribune, 1 month ago
Members of banned militant outfit Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami Bangladesh (HujiB) were planning to break their detained leaders out of custody by conducting attacks on prison vans as they were being transported to court from jail. They were ...Dhaka Tribune, 2 months ago
By Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 By Rupak Bhattacharjee* Amid sharp political polarisation, Bangladesh is presently witnessing resurgence of radical Islamism. Some of the recent developments in the country, for example, the arrest of ...Eurasia Review, 1 day ago
Police say the suspected terrorists were planning to attack a train coming from Karachi STOCK IMAGE LAHORE: A day after the arrest of two suspects linked to theYouhanabad attack, the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) claimed on ...The Express Tribune, 4 weeks ago
Joyeeta Bhattacharjee 17 July 2015 Analysis Recently security agencies arrested 12 activists of the banned militant organisation Harkatul Jihad in Bangladesh. These arrests revealed that the group was preparing merger with the South Asia ...Observer India, 1 month ago
This article attempts to explain the radicalisation of South Asia comparatively. For this purpose, five cases — Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka — have been selected for conceptual and empirical analysis. To begin with, ...Daily Times, 1 month ago
A new threat perception listed in Delhi Police security blue book prepared for the Prime Minister's International Yoga Day programme mentions that he may face threats from right wing fundamentalist elements due to his attempts to woo the ...India Today, 2 months ago Modi could become target of right wing Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
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