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    Friday, August 24, 2007

    India Jahidist IT advisors

    Bangladesh security forces have arrested four university professors on suspicion of instigating violent protests that led to a curfew being imposed on six cities, school officials said.

    The arrests came in raids early on Friday, as the government said it was temporarily suspending a curfew imposed after three days of unrest in the country.

    The detained academics were applied physics professors Saidur Rahman Khan, also a former head of the university, and Abdus Sobhan, leader of a left-leaning teachers' group.

    Hossain said: "Their families said security forces in civilian dress picked up the teachers from their homes."

    "At least 10 army officers came to our house in the night and said that my father had to go with them to the police station"

    Dipannita, daughter of Dhaka University professor Anwar Hosain
    In the capital, where the protests first began, security forces had earlier on Friday arrested two Dhaka University professors, Yusuf Haider, the school's acting vice-chancellor, said.

    He said Harun ur Rashid, dean of the university's social science faculty, and Anwar Hossain, dean of bioscience and general secretary of the university's teachers' association, were arrested.

    Our efforts to track the jahidists IT experts also lead us to Bangladesh Universities with computer science degrees.


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