Mamata Banerjee accuses Centre of placing misleading reports in Parliament on madrasas in West Bengal being used for radicalisation
The Centre had conveyed its concern to the West Bengal government over the recent political violence in the state, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said on Tuesday.
Bangladeshi nationals with alleged terror links arrested in Patna; Islamic State posters, docs detailing troop deployment in J&K recovered
Two Bangladeshi nationals with alleged links to terror outfits were arrested in Patna and documents related to deputation of central forces in Jammu and Kashmir have been found from them
Tripura Police arrests IED expert with alleged links to Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen; further investigation underway
Based on intelligence inputs, the Tripura police have arrested one person having links with the terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh
Police arrests two Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh members in Noida; averts major terror strike in NCR
In a major success, the Uttar Pradesh anti-terror squad (ATS) today nabbed two members of terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) from Greater Noida in a joint operation with the West Bengal Police
After Asansol-Raniganj violence, West Bengal government to revamp intelligence gathering mechanism in state
The West Bengal government is revamping its intelligence wing to help avert incidents of violence in the state, a senior home department official said.
According to The Times of India, Bangladesh has submitted a report to the Indian government highlighting a recent surge in the infiltration of terrorists into India.
Six top Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) activists, including four wanted in the 2014 Khagragarh blast case, were arrested from West Bengal and Assam.
On Monday Bangladesh police shot dead a commander of outlawed militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, who was involved in an attack on a temple and a bid to kill an Italian priest last year, along with his aide during a raid on their hideout.
The outfit has prepared a list of local Hindus and secularists who they plan to target.
Nine Islamist extremists of banned Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen were killed on Tuesday in Dhaka during a fierce gun-battle with Bangladeshi security forces
The Islamic State fighter in the video, said Bangladesh must know that it was now part of a bigger battlefield to establish the cross-border "caliphate".
Amit Shah had told a rally on 30 November, "Saradha chit fund money was used in the Burdwan blast."
Contradicting Amit Shah's allegation, government said probe has so far not revealed that Saradha chit fund money was used to finance terror in Bangladesh.
The 2 October explosion in Burdwan district of West Bengal blew the lid off and exposed the terror links of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen of Bangladesh with their outfits in West Bengal and Hyderabad.
The demand for strengthening security around the camp office of NIA in Kolkata probing the Burdwan blast was raised in West Bengal assembly.
Hyderabad continues to be the back office of terrorist activities in the country.
With West Bengal reeling under Burdwan blasts, Shah Rukh Khan hoped that things would settle down fast in the state which he described as his home.
Bangladesh did not comment directly on the assertions that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had been the target of a plot, but said it had tightened security on the border with India.
India's top security and intelligence brass led by NSA Ajit Doval visited the Burdwan blast site and met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
NIA said the accused persons arrested in the Burdwan blast case and their associates were members of terror group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh.