New Delhi, Jan 22: Both India and Bangladesh have refused to accept the 31 Rohingyas stranded at the international border between Tripura and Bangladesh. India has made it clear that there is no question of accepting them.
New Delhi, Jan 7: It has been over a week since the investigations into the busted Islamic State inspired module have commenced. When the group which went by the name Harkat-ul Harb e Islam was busted, it was said that it was inspired by the Islamic State.
New Delhi, Dec 1: The agencies have stepped up efforts to track down a top member of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh. The man in question is Idris and he has been tasked by the JuMB to revive the Indian Mujahideen which had gone bust after several of its top members were arrested in a series of operations undertaken by the police and the Intelligence Bureau.
Patna, Oct 6: A special court of the National Investigation Agency has convicted four persons for damaging the monetary stability of India by way of smuggling and circulating fake Indian currency. The quantum of punishment would be pronounced on October 11.
In West Bengal, the affair is a bloody one. With the local body elections round the corner, the situation in most parts of the state is tense. What is adding to the tension is a crude bomb that was hurled at a procession being held by the BJP.
A government engineer in Bangladesh has confessed to inciting crowds to burning down homes of Hindus. He said that he incited the people to attack Hindu homes in Rangpur after rumours that a youth from minority community has published a blasphemous Facebook status, according to a media report.
India has said that it would send a consignment of humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh meant for the Rohingya Muslims. Bangladesh is facing a huge problem due to the sudden influx of lakhs of refugees from Myanmar.
There has been a slight change in stance by India where the Rohingya Muslims issue is concerned. Officials from Bangladesh at the highest level have been in touch with India over the issue and want India to exert pressure on Myanmar to tackle the issue.
The man arrested with fake Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 7.56 lakh is said to have smuggled the same from Bangladesh.
A new insurgent group called the Harakah al-Yaqin comprising Rohingya Muslims is under the scanner of the Intelligence Bureau. It is believed to comprise Rohingya Muslims and the groups spreads across India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.