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    Hizb ut-Tahrir man held 30 days after missing

    Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) claims to have arrested a member of banned militant outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir from Chattogram city 30 days after he allegedly went missing.

  • 1 ‘Hizb ut-Tahrir' man held in Dhaka

    Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU) of Bangladesh Police has arrested an alleged member of banned militant outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir from Wari area in Dhaka.

  • ‘Hizb ut-Tahrir’ man held in Dhaka

    Police claim arrest of a member of banned militant outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir from Dhaka’s Jatrabari area.

  • Pvt universities main target

    Hizb ut-Tahrir is campaigning secretly in Chattogram city, targeting private university students to recruit fresh operatives, said officials of Counter Terrorism (CT) unit of Chattogram Metropolitan Police.

  • SPs asked to go all out against militants

    The police yesterday instructed its field-level officials to take all-out measures to dismantle militant networks across the country and prevent them from getting fresh recruits. The superintendents of police of all the districts were given a list of 4,000 suspected militants in their areas and asked to hunt them down, say sources.

  • DU looking for 29 militant suspects

    After expelling six students, Dhaka University authorities are looking for another 29 students of Business Faculty for their alleged involvement with the banned Islamist outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir.

  • Terror suspects off the hook

    Two alleged Hizb-ut Tahrir operatives, Syed Imdadul Haque Shaikat and Shahidul Islam Hasan, were arrested in the capital's Motijheel area on July 29, 2011, while distributing leaflets of the outlawed militant outfit. Seventeen days into filing a case under the Anti-Terrorism Act 2009, police pressed charges against them for working for a banned organisation, distributing its leaflet and inciting anti-government activities.

  • Hizb ut-Tahrir man held in Ctg

    Police is said to have detained an activist of banned outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir along with some jihadi books from Chandgaon residential area in Chittagong city