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Jihadists planned to kill Zafar Iqbal, Imran
Dhaka Tribune

DB: Huji militants planned bank heists to raise funds

Detectives have found that a group of militants had been planning a bank heist to raise money for the so-called Bangladesh Jihadi Group, thought to be a common platform of the major outlawed outfits. The decision to form such a platform came more ... Dhaka Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Police hunt for Jihadi Group kingpin Dhaka Tribune, 2 weeks ago

Myanmar: Chinese calculations behind Suu Kyi's visit

Mihir Bhonsale 26 June 2015 Analysis Aung San Suu Kyi's five-day official visit to China is a beckon of changing times. The Myanmarese Opposition leader and Noble Laureate surprised all when news of her going to China on an official visit ...
 Observer India2 days ago

The puzzling first-order phase transition in water-glycerol mixtures

a The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Applied Physics, Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram, Israel E-mail: b ...
 RSC1 week ago

High quality of notes prompts NIA to take up FICN probe

KOLKATA: It's not often that the NIA takes up a probe in a fake currency case. In a departure from the past, the NIA has registered two separate cases of FICN seizures made by the BSF in Malda last month. Sources in the NIA said the decision to ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Licensed sellers source of militant explosives

None other than the licensed sellers have been supplying the militant outfits and political saboteurs with explosive making materials to earn some easy bucks, detectives have found. They got such sensational information while interrogating the ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
Dhaka Tribune

Detectives: DU lab staff supplied explosives to militants

Members of the Detective Branch of police early yesterday arrested four people including a lab assistant of Dhaka University for selling and supplying explosives to different militant outfits and saboteurs. The DB officials, however, are yet to ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago DU staff, three others held for supplying chemicals to militants  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago

Unsure about his own cadre, Ulfa-I chief Paresh Barua using B'deshi bodyguards

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Guwahati, June 19 -- Elusive Ulfa-Independent chief Paresh Barua, accused by deserters of controlling the hostile-again NSCN-K and its ailing supremo SS ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago

Jihadi recruits kept in dark about details of outfits

While leaders of banned militant outfits have been floating new platforms to strengthen themselves and evade prosecution, fresh recruits are kept in the dark about their top leaders and even the names of the outfits. Only the top-level leaders ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago

Photojournalist arrested over B'desh blogger's killing

From Anisur Rahman Dhaka, Jun 8 (PTI) A Bangladeshi photojournalist has been arrested over his alleged role in the murder of an "atheist" blogger who was hacked to death last month by masked machete- wielding assailants, police said today. "A ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago

Al Qaeda In Bangladesh: The Mythology And Pathology Of Terror Al Qaeda has recently claimed it was behind the killing of Avijit Roy the freethinking author and founder of the Mukto Mona blog who was killed on 26th February near Dhaka University. A couple of unknown assailants killed him ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
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