• Explosion at Japan’s Yasukuni shrine

    Daily Dhaka Times: An apparent explosion at Japan’s controversial Yasukuni Shrine for the war dead in Tokyo on Monday damaged the ceiling and the wall of a public bathroom near the south gate of the shrine, Kyodo news agency reported. Nobody was injured in the incident and the police have sent a bomb disposal unit […]

  • Mossad’s Fingerprints On Paris Attacks

    Daily Dhaka Times: It’s all over the news: The war on terror must be revived. That’s the shriek from the Jewish-owned press following the Paris attacks allegedly carried out by ISIS. Just overnight, Israeli spy services are oh so indispensable to French intelligence. We’re in for a beefed up security state now and that means […]

  • India on IS terror alert

    Daily Dhaka Times: India’s home ministry has issued an advisory to all its state governments asking them to stay alert against possible IS strike. “ISIS is not only a threat for any particular country, but for the entire world. India is always on alert about ISIS,” said India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The advisory has […]

  • French citizen Aided attack

    Daily Dhaka Times: Police found a Syrian passport on one attacker, and evidence that some came via Belgium. As Paris reeled from the worst terror attacks since World War II, French officials said that at least one of the seven assailants—now all dead—had a Syrian passport in his possession, and that the men who stormed […]

  • Paris attacks: ISIL claims responsibility

    Daily Dhaka Times: Shortly after Hollande’s televised address on Saturday, ISIL said in a statement that its fighters strapped with suicide bombing belts and carrying machine guns carried out the attacks in various locations which had been carefully studied. In a video, ISIL called on Muslims to attack France. “As long as you keep bombing […]

  • Bangladesh reacts with shock to Paris attacks

    Daily Dhaka Times: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is shocked and has pledged her solidarity with France in the fight against terrorism after a series of deadly attacks in Paris on Friday night. At least 120 people were killed in attacks by terrorists using guns and bombs in several venues including the national sports stadium and […]

  • France vows ‘merciless’ response

    Daily Dhaka Times: An angry President Francois Hollande on Saturday promised a “merciless” response to a wave of attacks by gunmen and bombers that killed 127 people across Paris, describing the assault claimed by Islamic State as an act of war against France. In the worst attack, a Paris city hall official said four gunmen […]

  • Paris attacks: Bataclan assaults leave many dead

    Daily Dhaka Times: France has declared a national state of emergency and tightened borders after at least 120 people were killed in a night of gun and bomb attacks in Paris. Eighty people were reported killed after gunmen burst into the Bataclan concert hall and took hostages before security forces stormed the hall. People were shot dead […]

  • Nur Hossain can be repatriated tonight

    Daily Dhaka Times: Indian government may handover Nur Hossain, the prime accused in the sensational Narayanganj seven-murder case, to its Bangladesh counterpart Thursday night. “He (Hossain) will be repatriated anytime tonight through Benapole border,” Apurbo Hasan, officer-in-charge (OC) of Benapole Port Police Station, told reporters. Police and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members put an extra […]

  • Nepali police kill Indian protester at border blockade

    Daily Dhaka Times: Nepali police shot and killed an Indian citizen at a border checkpoint on Monday as they tried to clear protesters whose blockade has strangled Nepal’s fuel supplies and badly damaged relations between the neighbours. Nepal has faced an acute fuel crisis for more than a month since protesters in the lowland south, […]

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