Aqa Mul Mujahidin has links with outfits in Pakistan and Bangladesh, officials say.
Meeting next week will discuss plight of 6,500 refugees trapped in no-man’s land.
Experts expect the former PM’s party to contest the next election.
Countries trade accusations as back-to-back militant assaults on Indian installations leave 13 people dead.
Asmaul Husna, 22, also used a knife to attack investigators in Dhaka, officials said.
Attack on paramilitary base follows on heels of two-day assault on army camp in Jammu.
An official questions the claims and says such reports undermine efforts to restore stability.
Appointment reflects possible split within party ranks, political analysts say.
Thousands of supporters clash with police; Khaleda Zia vows to appeal conviction.
Bangladesh deploys paramilitaries nationwide ahead of ruling, as Khaleda Zia proclaims innocence.
Washington-based company sent statement to media ahead of verdict in orphanage graft case.
Authorities round up activists with opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party; police ban protest rallies.
Daylight assault took place outside hospital in Kashmir’s summer capital.
Rohingya residents dispute Myanmar government’s statement and confirm existence of mass graves in their village.
Refugees, experts express concerns about possible devastation in Bangladeshi camps.
Two suspected Indian members of the Bangladeshi militant group have been arrested, police say.
List compiled from family surveys at refugee camps in Bangladesh was handed to U.N. special rapporteur last month.
Demonstrators claim they fear for their safety, have lost jobs because of influx.
Jamida Beevi delivered a sermon before a congregation of men and women in Kerala.
ARSA insurgents took a camp leader and his brother, according to an eyewitness.
A conviction could disqualify former PM Khaleda Zia from the next general election.
Experts: Indian PM is looking to counter China’s assertiveness in South China Sea.
A few hundred people are huddling together in a camp built exclusively for Hindus.
Refugees have no right to protest in Bangladesh, local police say.
Some 35 people have died in violence in the region since Jan. 1, authorities say.
Suspected Indian Mujahideen leader Abdul Subhan Qureshi was on most-wanted list.
Myanmar claims it is ‘ready’ but Bangladesh has no date for start of repatriation.
Leaders also post a set of demands as pre-conditions for returning to Myanmar.
Attacks in Nice, Berlin and London prompted discussion to create the force.
Human Rights Watch highlights vigilantism in India, Philippine drug war, and forced disappearances in Bangladesh.