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2 drug peddlars in CID net

The CID arrested two people, Sirajul Haque and Ainul Haq, both residents of Lalgola of Murshidabad district, from Sealdah station this morning. Both were produced in court and remanded to police custody. The two, who were suspected to be drug ... The Echo Of India, 1 month ago

Trial in Khagragarh blast case to begin on August 19

The ChiefJudge Suvra Ghosh of the citysessions court framed a numberof charges against the accused inthe Khagragarh blast case on Saturday.There are a total of 459 witnessesand 6500 documents. Thetrial is to begin onAugust 19. The court on ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Khagragarh blast: Charges to be framed on July 2  The Statesman1 month ago

Rising Radicalism in BangladeshTerror Attacks in Dhaka: The Way Ahead for India

suspected Islamic State (IS) militants mounted an attack in Holey Artisan café in Gulshan, Dhaka. There are indications of Jamaat-e-Islami groups being involved in the alleged terror attack.The Bangladeshi security forces intervened and after a ...
 Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies2 weeks ago
DNA India

Women jihadis held in Bangladesh trained in West Bengal?

Bangladesh, currently reeling under heightened terrorist activities, has arrested three women members of the local militant group Jamatul Mujaheed in Bangladesh (JMB) who were suspected to have been trained as 'suicide bombers' in India, revealed ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago

JMB was collecting funds on pretext of helping Gujarat victims

NIA had busted a JMB module in West Bengal in October 2014 and arrested seven members A module of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), a terror outfit accused of carrying out the attack at a Dhaka restaurant, was collecting donations in ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Six absconding JMB men pose threat to India

NEW DELHI: Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, responsible for the Dhaka attack last week, poses a real threat to India as well, especially bordering states like West Bengal and Assam. Investigators said six JMB leaders, who formed units in Burdwan, ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Kolkata Police seizes 1.7 kg Ajmer bound heroin from Sealdah station

Kolkata, Jun 17 (UNI) The anti-corruption wing of Kolkata Police today laid a trap at Sealdah station and seized over 1.7 kg heroin bound for Ajmer, after arresting two smugglers, police said. The mastermind of this narcotic trade works from ...
 United News of India1 month ago

Jangipur turning into a safe haven for terrorists

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Berhampore, June 14 -- Ibrahim Sheikh, whose name first cropped up in connection with the investigation into the Khagragarh blast, has become a major headache ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago

BSF seizes suspected heroin in Murshidabad, one arrested

KOLKATA: The Border Security Force (BSF), on Friday, apprehended an Indian national near the Indo-Bangladesh border with 385 grams of narcotics, suspected to be Heroin. The powder along with the smuggler have been handed over to the Narcotics ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Bengal Congress split over choice of Assembly leader

Manas Ranjan Bhunia and Abdul Mannan are not on good terms with the PCC chief Differences have started surfacing in the West Bengal Pradesh Congress over the post of leader of the legislature party. The two prominent names doing the rounds are ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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