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  • 'ABT man' arrested in India

    A Bangladeshi, believed to be a member of banned militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), was detained in Muzaffarnagar district of India's Uttar Pradesh yesterday.

  • Tk 5 lakh bounty announced again for Selim

    Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) again announces a bounty of Tk 5 lakh for Selim, a top leader of Ansarullah Bangla Team, seeking information for his arrest in connection with the killings of several bloggers including Avijit Roy.

  • 48 'militants' among 2,000 new arrestees

    Police arrested 48 more suspected militants on the third day of their countrywide clampdown yesterday, taking the total number of captured “militants” to 85 since the special drive began following Sunday's murder of a top police official's wife by suspected militants in Chittagong.

  • Hasanul Haq Inu

    Information Minister Inu gets death threat

    Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu was threatened with life yesterday. An unknown person sent him a shroud in a shopping bag, said a ministry official.

  • Xulhaz killing: Ansarullah operative on fresh remand

    A Dhaka Court today grants a five-day remand for an operative of banned militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) in connection with the killing of USAID staff Xulhaz Mannan and his friend Tonoy.

  • Militants' den busted in city

    Detectives claimed to have busted an "Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) den" in the capital's Mohammadpur early yesterday, hours after a

  • 5 Ansarullah men to be charged for Oyasiqur killing: DMP

    Detectives will submit charge sheet against five members of Ansarullah Bangla Team and several unknown persons in blogger Oyasiqur Rahman killing case.

  • Hasanul Haq Inu

    Inu, 24 others get death threats

    Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu, Dhaka University Vice Chancellor AAMS Arefin Siddique and 23 other eminent persons allegedly receive death threats from banned militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team.

  • Analysis: Ban, an answer to Ansarullah?

    Government’s ban on Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), an Islamist outfit blamed for the killings of two free-thinkers and bloggers in Dhaka and one in Sylhet in a span of only 75 days, came on the heel of utter failure of law enforcing agencies.