The terror siege of Holey Artisan bakery in Dhaka ended with the killing of five gunmen, but the police say they need to catch five more terrorists before the investigation is complete.
Controversial televangelist Zakir Naik has responded to the ED summons in connection with a money laundering case and said he is willing to give statement via any electronic media facility.
A close aide of the mastermind of the brutal Dhaka cafe attack has been killed in a "shootout" with the police in Bogra district, 197 km northwest of Dhaka.
Bangladesh Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested Neo-JMB terrorist Jahangir Alam, one of the key figures behind the Gulshan café terror attack in 2016 in which over 20 people, mostly foreigners, were killed.
The Indian diplomat maintained that if Bangladesh faces a threat, its potential impact on India can't be ruled out.
'Gag Zakir Naik': Solicitor General tells home ministry to book preacher and IRF under anti-terror law
The Centre may soon book controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and his Islamic Research Foundation IRF under terrorism related charges for preaching inciting violence among the Muslim youth.
England will not force any player to tour Bangladesh, said limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan, in the wake of the 1 July attack on a Dhaka cafe, in which 22 people were killed
The outfit has prepared a list of local Hindus and secularists who they plan to target.
In a crackdown on media, Bangladesh government has blocked over 30 online portals and news websites, including some pro-opposition media
Relatives of the men have spoken of their shock and horror at learning of their involvement in the Dhaka attack.
Security agencies have reportedly drawn up a list of 55 terror accused, who have claimed to be inspired by the controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s speeches, after an order from the Home Ministry.
Bachelors in Bangladesh are finding it hard to find accommodation with landlords declining to rent out houses to them in the wake of extra security vigil due to the increased terror threat, prompting police to clarify that there is no directive against bachelor tenants.
Naik’s claims that his speeches never supported terrorism and instead ‘dealt with communal harmony’ do not hold much water.
Controversial preacher Zakir Naik in an interview to <em>India Today TV</em> in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, alleged on that the Indian media had doctored his statements.
Dhaka attack: Bangladesh's Rapid Action Battalion identifies 261 missing persons as suspected Jihadis
Bangladesh's Rapid Action Battalion has identified 261 missing persons as possible threats that could've joined terrorists outfits like the Islamic State.
While calls for the defence of freedom of expression have been curiously muted in the context of Zakir Naik and the pre-existing ban on his Peace TV in the Indian Union, the ban in Bangladesh has been relatively easy, in the context of the recent murderous Islamist attacks in Dhaka.
The country’s Muslims are distressed at the misleading stand of Zakir Naik on suicide bombing.
Dhaka police would not confirm reports that they were still in the custody of any other agency as part of the investigation into the attack.
Several Muslim outfits staged a protest on Saturday, expressing solidarity with controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and criticised the Centre and the Maharashtra government for trying to "stifle" the voice of a man of "peace and harmony."