All stories by Anisur Rahman
'India pushing Myanmar to take back Rohingya refugees'Rediff.com15 Sep 2017
More than 3,00,000 Rohingya have poured into Bangladesh since the latest flare-up in violence on August 25.
India sends relief materials for Rohingya refugees in BangladeshRediff.com14 Sep 2017
The relief material consists of items required urgently by the affected people, namely rice, pulses, sugar, salt, cooking oil, tea, ready to eat noodles, biscuits, mosquito nets etc, it said.
144 dead in B'desh landslides, fresh rescue campaign launchedRediff.com14 Jun 2017
Officials feared that the death toll could rise as rescuers find it difficult to reach remote areas.
Indian Navy saves 33 as Cyclone Mora kills 9 in BangladeshRediff.com31 May 2017
Despite low casualty figure, the storm left behind a trail of destruction as thousands of people lost their houses.
3 more militants killed in Bangladesh anti-terror raidRediff.com1 Apr 2017
Security forces in the past 10 days have witnessed four major anti-militancy assaults against Islamic-State inclined Neo-Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh in which seven people including an army lieutenant colonel and two police inspectors lost their lives while the assaults killed 15 militants and their children.
Operation Twilight: Chief of neo-JMB killed in Sylhet, claims policeRediff.com28 Mar 2017
The chief of the terror group blamed for Bangladesh's worst terror attack at a Dhaka cafe was among the four Islamist militants killed in one of the country's longest anti-terror operations in Sylhet, police said on Tuesday.
Operation Twilight continues on Day 4; 4 terrorists killed in Sylhet buildingRediff.com27 Mar 2017
Of the four terrorists, two including a woman were killed on Monday. The bodies of the female terrorist and one man were handed over to police but two others were inside as they were wired or surrounded by explosives.
Sylhet: Fresh explosions rock building occupied by terroristsRediff.com26 Mar 2017
Six people including two police officers were killed in twin blasts. The dead included two police inspectors and four onlookers, two of them being college students.
Bangladesh: 2 dead, 28 injured as commandos storm terrorists' denRediff.com25 Mar 2017
Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime chief Monirul Islam said they got information that Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh chief Musa along with some other JMB terrorists are in Sylhet.
Bangla court sentences 26 to death for Narayanganj killingRediff.com16 Jan 2017
Hossain was extradited from India. He had fled the country to evade the trial. He was the mastermind of the murder of seven persons.
Another 'mastermind' of Dhaka cafe attack arrestedRediff.com14 Jan 2017
13 of the 17 militants who were presumed to have plotted the attack were killed in encounters so far, said police.
Fire continues to simmer at Bangladesh factory, toll up to 33Rediff.com12 Sep 2016
Fire at the factory was still not doused completely more than 48 hours after the tragedy struck ahead of Eid festival.
26 killed, 70 injured in Bangladesh factory fireRediff.com10 Sep 2016
Twenty units of fire fighters were trying to douse the fire but they could not manage to douse the blaze till noon.
Bangladesh hangs top Jamaat-e-Islami leader for 1971 war crimesRediff.com3 Sep 2016
Bangladesh's fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader and media tycoon Mir Quasem Ali was hanged on Saturday, the sixth Islamist to be executed for war crimes committed during the country's 1971 Liberation War against Pakistan.
Dhaka cafe attack mastermind's deputy killed in police raidRediff.com3 Sep 2016
The terrorist was killed during a raid on a house in Dhaka's Rupnagar area and was identified by police as top Neo-Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh leader Chowdhury's 'second-in-command'.
Security forces kill mastermind of Dhaka cafe attackRediff.com27 Aug 2016
Canadian-Bangladeshi Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury and his two associates were killed during an encounter at the militants' hideout.
'Many Bangladeshis anti-India due to ties with Awami League'Rediff.com26 Aug 2016
Several Bangladeshis are "anti-India" due to New Delhi's close ties with the ruling Awami League, a key advisor to opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party chief Khaleda Zia has said while asking the Indian government to build relations with the people of Bangladesh and not with any political party.
Hundreds fall sick after toxic gas leak at Bangladesh fertiliser unitRediff.com23 Aug 2016
Di-ammonium phosphate leaked from the DAP Fertiliser Company Limited on the bank of Karnaphuli river on Monday night.
Briton among 2 arrested over Dhaka cafe attackRediff.com4 Aug 2016
A British national and a student of a Canadian University have been arrested for their alleged involvement in Bangladesh's worst terror attack at a cafe in Dhaka last month that killed 22 people, including an Indian girl.
Bangladeshi-Canadian named as Dhaka cafe attack mastermindRediff.com30 Jul 2016
A Bangladeshi-Canadian was on Saturday identified as the mastermind of Bangladesh's worst terror attack at a cafe in Dhaka.