An upscale Bangladeshi restaurant has banned foreign guests, fearing a repeat of last year's deadly terrorist attack in a Dhaka cafe, the owner said Thursday.
Dhaka cafe reopens on terror attack's first anniversary, but grief abounds over five absconding terrorists
The Holey Artisan Bakery and O' Kitchen restaurant in Dhaka's upmarket Gulshan area opened to public, one year after the worst terror attack in Bangladesh
Digvijaya Singh dared the Maharashtra government to act against him for any violation of law.
The special NIA court here on Thursday issued a non-bailable warrant against the controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, wanted by the agency for his alleged role in a terror case.
Lubna Marium is artistic director at Dhaka's Shadhona, a center for the advancement of South Asian culture. She tells us about the bonds between India and Bagladesh
Zakir Naik found himself in trouble when evidence emerged that the Islamic State terrorists involved in the Dhaka blast and those operating out of Hyderabad (a module arrested by NIA), were inspired by Naik's preaching
Bangladeshi authorities named a third prime suspect on Monday in their investigation into the 1 July attack at a Dhaka cafe in which 20 hostages were killed
Investigators have identified several cases where Zakir Naik’s speeches have allegedly inspired terrorist groups including the LeT and Indian Mujahideen.
We should not agree with the perception that merely banning Zakir Naik or any exclusivist preacher like him will serve the purpose.
Bangladesh on Saturday said it has identified the masterminds of the deadly Dhaka cafe terror attack that killed 20 foreigners, including an Indian, and a second assault just days later.
Zakir Naki has been given a clean chit by the Maharashtra State Intelligence department as no case could be made against him.
The biggest victim of terrorism are Muslims themselves, it is they who are being targeted by this menace of Islamic State.
Zakir Naik, who is facing heat over his terror ridden speech, claimed that no Bangladesh government official had said that he inspired the act of terrorism.
A Bangladeshi teenager who police say was a suspect in last week's deadly attack on a Dhaka cafe has died in custody.
But who will tame the minds that wield the machetes? It is a dark, remorseless world that the terrorists roam. There seems little hope that they can be made to see the light and lay down their machetes.
Infiltration was a major poll issue during the Assam Assembly elections that were held earlier this year. In fact, infiltration has been a cause for concern for the past four decades. So much so that the Union government has promised to seal and fence (not very unlike Donald Trump) the Indo-Bangla border in Assam within a year.
Zakir Naik, who served as inspiration for one of the militants of the Dhaka terror atttack, may face government action.
The most distressing news for Muslims today emanating from the birthplace of Islam, Saudi Arabia, is the attack on the holiest Islamic city, Madina.
Ehsan Mani fears that Bangladesh cricket could now face the problem of international teams not touring the country after the deadly terror attack in Dhaka.
Tarushi Jain was among 20 foreigners who were killed after being taken hostage by a group of attackers at an upmarket cafe in Bangladesh capital Dhaka.