Mohammad Jamil Khan

Covers Militancy, Cross-Border Crime, Human Rights

September 14, 2022
September 14, 2022

88% bikers in road accidents don’t wear helmets: Study

Even though the number of motorbikes and deaths in bike-related accidents is rising sharply, only 34 percent of bikers wear helmets while driving, according to a recent study conducted by the World Bank and Buet’s Accident Research Institute.

September 12, 2022
September 12, 2022

Once a fraud, always a fraud?

Apparently, you can sack the man out of the bank, but you can’t take the banker out of the man!

September 11, 2022
September 11, 2022

Missing youths: Radicals out to swell ranks

Once again, youths are leaving their homes after being indoctrinated into extremism online, found law enforcers working to combat terrorism.

September 9, 2022
September 9, 2022

Remittance: Tk 25,000cr lost to hundi in last four months

At least 5,000 agents of different mobile financial services made suspicious transactions involving around Tk 25,000 crore, meant to be remitted by Bangladeshi expatriates, in the last four months.

September 5, 2022
September 5, 2022

Narcos hard to put behind bars

Although Department of Narcotics Control (DNC) shows rising drug cases and arrests in its annual round-up every year, more than half of the cases end up in acquittals.

August 26, 2022
August 26, 2022

How do you make a bus disappear?

Not a motorbike, not even a car, their target is stealing an entire bus.

August 24, 2022
August 24, 2022

New drugs, new challenges

Despite law enforcers’ tough vigilance, smugglers are trying to introduce new types of narcotics in the country and are doing business using social media.

August 18, 2022
August 18, 2022

Illegal trafficking, legal means

They had valid visas, training and work permits.

August 17, 2022
August 17, 2022

Many militants still at large

Sanwar Hossain joined Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) in 2000, influenced by none other than the banned outfit’s then supremo Shaikh Abdur Rahman.

August 14, 2022
August 14, 2022

Want to buy a car? It’s only Tk 5,000!

Seized vehicles that are used for different crimes or have no valid documents mostly end up in auctions as scrap.