Rohingyas

Rohingya Crisis: 'We would rather die than be sent back'

In Haryana’s Nuh district, 372 Rohingya families await their fate. The past five years have been difficult but they would rather stay here than return to imminent death
Debasrita Chakraborty Delhi 

Rohingyas: The people nobody wants

As the Rohingya crisis has turned from a humanitarian disaster to a full-fledged genocide, the places that have offered refugees from Rakhine safe harbour are also becoming wary of them
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Rohingyas in Delhi: Home is not a place, it’s a feeling

Shalini Sharma

Shalini Sharma Delhi 

India’s silence on Rohingya crisis

Addressing the problems facing Myanmar’s stateless Rohingya community is an imperative for the success of India’s ‘Look East’ policy
Sucharita Sengupta Kolkata

‘Stateless’, ’Infiltrators’, ’Trafficked victims’, ’Bangladeshis’: Who are the Rohingyas?

The problem with authorities in countries that the Rohingyas seek asylum in is that they consider them  economic migrants and a threat to security
Sucharita Sengupta Kolkata

Rohingyas: Second-Class Refugees

The Rohingyas are among the most persecuted people in the world. In India,they are viewed with suspicion and their close association with the Tablighi Jama’at fuels fears of radicalisation
Sadiq Naqvi & Abeer Kapoor Mewat 

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