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Why Suu Kyi did not name Rohingyas in state address

Why Suu Kyi did not name Rohingyas in state address

When Myanmar State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi broke her silence over the Rohingya refugee issue and delivered a State of the Union address at Naypyitaw on Tuesday morning, she refrained from referring to the Muslim minority as 'Rohingyas', inviting the ire of the global community.There were petitions floating online calling for 'Daw Suu' to be stripped of her Nobel Peace Prize.In her defence, however, she asserts that she intended to not use 'emotive' terms for an ..., 4 hours ago

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DNA Morning Must Reads: India presses Myanmar for Rohingya return; Sanjay Dutt talks family, film, future; and more

1. India pressing Myanmar for Rohingya return External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has expressed solidarity with Bangladesh over the Rohingya crisis, and assured that India is putting pressure on Myanmar to take back refugees who have fled the ...
 DNA4 days ago India will not take Rohingya refugees; they are a security threat: BJP  catchnews.com40 minutes ago 'It will create big problem for Bangladesh if Rohingyas stay for long': Sheikh Hasina tells Sushma Swaraj  DNA4 days ago 'India pushing Myanmar to take back Rohingya refugees'  Rediff.com5 days ago

Rohingyas flee Myanmar: How India can resolve the humanitarian crisis

sador Vijay Nambiar, Amy Kazmin and Kabir Taneja discuss the situation in Myanmar and beyond with Maya Mirchandani Last Updated at September 20, 2017 11:42 IST
 Business Standard4 hours ago

Rohingya exodus result of Myanmar's military operations: India

India on Tuesday for the first time acknowledged that the exodus of Rohingya from Myanmar was a result of the operations carried out by the security forces of that country. Rajiv Chander, India's Permanent Representative to the UN offices in Geneva, told the ...
 Deccan Herald11 hours ago

Security beefed up in Mizoram- Arakan border to check entry of Rohingyas

Mizoram shares a 404-km international border with Myanmar and a 318-km border with Bangladesh
 Business Standard19 hours ago Security beefed up to check entry of Rohingya  Rediff.com1 day ago Border alert sounded  E Pao!8 hours ago Security beefed up in Mizoram  The Assam Tribune4 hours ago

Suu Kyi rejects criticism over Rohingya, UN chief urges army pullback

Aung San Suu Kyi pledged Tuesday to hold rights violators to account over the Rohingya crisis but refused to blame Myanmars army, as the UN chief demanded an end to the military campaign and a better deal for the Muslim minority. In an address timed to ...
 Deccan Herald21 hours ago
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Myanmar Govt trying to restore normalcy: Suu Kyi

NAYPYITAW, Sept 19 - After a mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims sparked allegations of ethnic cleansing, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi said today her country does not fear international scrutiny.She told the world that even with an estimated 412,000 Rohingya ...
 The Assam Tribune4 hours ago Defending Myanmar, Suu Kyi says most Rohingya villages calm  Business Standard1 day ago More than 200 Rohingya villages burnt  Rediff.com1 day ago

Bangladesh sets aside rift with Myanmar to ease rice shortage

Bangladesh is to buy rice from Myanmar, putting aside worsening relations over the Rohingya refugee crisis as the government races to overcome a shortage of the country’s staple food. Normally the world’s fourth biggest rice producer, Bangladesh ...
 Reuters21 hours ago B'desh sets aside rift on Rohingya issue with Myanmar to ease rice shortage  Business Standard1 day ago

Hindus fleeing Myanmar violence hope for shelter in Modi's India

KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Caught in the crossfire between Myanmar's military and Rohingya insurgents, hundreds of Hindus who have fled to Bangladesh are placing their hopes on the Hindu nationalist government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...
 Reuters4 hours ago

Rohingyas are a serious security threat, staying in India illegally, Centre tells Supreme Court

Amid a global outcry over the deplorable condition of Rohingyas - Myanmar's ethnic minority Muslim community – the Centre on Monday filed its response in the Supreme Court on the issue of their deportation back to their homeland.
 Zee News2 days ago Rohingya are security threat, Centre tells SC  Rediff.com2 days ago Supreme court to take a call on Rohingyas: Rajnath  Deccan Herald1 day ago Centre files affidavit in Supreme Court terming Rohingyas threat to national security  Business Standard2 days ago
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