Rohingya conundrum: Stateless, helpless and unwanted

The Rohingya are seen as “foreigners” and designated as “Bengalis” by the majority Buddhist ruling classes of Myanmar. They have been denied citizenship and excluded from any future vision of Myanmar, as the nation grapples with issues of ethnicity, religion and citizenship.

Cyclone Amphan: Blown by the devil’s wind

The world should stand with India and Bangladesh. It’s time to rejuvenate, restore and resurrect. It’s time to heal.

The Rohingyas resist shift to nowhere island

The future of the million Rohingyas in Bangladesh is uncertain. The government wants the community en masse to be shifted to a floating island in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. What does this mean for the stateless Rohingya? Only time will tell

Bangladesh agrees with Myanmar to complete Rohingya return in two years

Statements from the Myanmar and Bangladesh foreign ministries said Bangladesh would set up five transit camps on its side of the border.

Hasina seeks support from Cambodia to resolve Rohingya crisis

The Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, arrived at Phnom […]

In Cox Bazaar there is a drinking water shortage

In the Rohingya refugee camps the ground water is drying […]

‘We Would Rather Die Than Be Sent Back’

In Nuh district of Haryana, the fate of 372 Rohingya […]

Three Rohingya Killed by Security forces in Myanmar

Myanmar security forces are engaged in a ‘clearance operation’ in […]

Momophobia? Xenophobia?

Behind the call for a ban of the dumpling lies […]

Indira Jaising to lead UN probe into Rohingya crackdown

Indian Human Rights lawyer Indira Jaising leads the UN Human […]