Bengaluru to have exclusive anti terror cell

atcBengaluru, Nov 05: Bengaluru will have a separate anti terrorist cell. This decision has been taken in the wake of a growing threat of terror.

The cell would work under the CCB and would be headed by an officer if the ACP rank and would be monitored by the Joint Commissioner of Police.

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30 Bangladeshis living illegally in Bengaluru arrested

arrestBengaluru, Oct 26: The police have arrested 30 Bangladeshi nationals who were staying illegally in the city.

The police conducted raids early in the morning and arrested these persons. It was learnt that these persons were staying illegally without a visa. They will be booked under the Foreigners Act and later deported.

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The JMB trail: How Bengaluru became a happy hunting ground for these terrorists

New Delhi, Oct 20: The Karnataka government said that the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh had set up at least 4 modules in the state.

The National Investigation Agency which has been probing a case relating to the JMB had made a very crucial arrest recently and learnt that terrorists of the group had a free run in Karnataka.

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JMB raised funds by committing dacoities in Bengaluru and nearby areas

arrestNew Delhi, Aug 29: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested one person in connection with the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh case detected in Bengaluru.

Najir Sheikh alias Patla Anas, a resident of Murshidabad in West Bengal was an active member of the JMB. He was taken to Bengaluru on a transit warrant and produced before the Special NIA court.

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JMB terrorist arrested from Bengaluru had a free run for four years

img_0048New Delhi, June 29: After a chase that lasted nearly five years, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), earlier this week arrested an accused in connection with the Burdwan blast from Doddaballapur near Bengaluru.

The arrested person was identified as Habibur Rehman, who is a close aide of Jahidul Islam arrested by the NIA last year from Ramanagara near Bengaluru. The sleuths of the NIA are currently questioning Rehman and during the interrogation it came to light that he had travelled to several places across the country.

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Why do terrorists from Bengal find a safe haven in Bengaluru and Kerala

New Delhi, June 26: In less than one year, the National Investigation Agency has picked up a terrorist of Bengal origin from Bengaluru, Karnataka.

On Tuesday, an absconding accused in the Burdwan blast case was arrested by the NIA from Doddaballapur near Bengaluru. In August 2018 the NIA had arrested one Mohammad Jahidul Islam alias Kausar from Ramnagara near Bengaluru in connection with the Bodhgaya blasts case.

No earthquake in Bengaluru, citizens need not panic

Bengaluru, Aug 16: The social media was abuzz with messages about a loud explosion which was heard in Bengaluru. At first it was rumoured to be an earthquake, but it has been dubbed as a rumour.

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Bodhgaya: After Kerala, NIA finds another JMB terrorist in Bengaluru

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New Delhi, Aug 7: The National Investigation Agency has arrested a terrorist wanted in several cases in India and Bangladesh from Bengaluru. Mohammad Jahidul Islam, aged 38 is also a wanted in the Bodhgaya blast case.

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BJP’s Bengaluru bug: What ails the party in its once upon a time strong bastion

bjpflagThe Congress added one more to its kitty and ironically for the BJP, it was yet another seat from Bengaluru, considered to be its bastion. The Congress took its Bengaluru tally to 15 with back to back wins in Rajarajeswhari Nagar and Jayanagar.

The Bengaluru based urban naxal who travelled the world to raise funds for Maoists

abhay-devdasContinuing the crack down on urban naxals, the police have arrested a blogger, who is a resident of Bengaluru. The Chhattisgarh police which arrested Abhay Devdas Nayak said that he was a member of the IT cell of the naxalites and also their spokesperson.

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