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Cops seek UNHCR help to monitor Rohingya refugees in Hyderabad

The Cyberabad police here has sought cooperation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to keep tab on Rohingya Muslim refugees who have been living in the city after fleeing from Myanmar. With unmonitored refugees leading to ... Business Standard, 8 hours ago
Times of India

Pakistan's concern over plight of Rohingya Muslims worries India

Pakistan has, for some time now, been gathering support, both domestically and internationally, for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. "ISI-backed terror outfits have been hobnobbing with Rohingya community leaders and organizing jehadi training along ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Pakistan’s Rohingya tears stoke India’s fears  Times of India3 days ago

Islamic countries shut door but India welcomed us: Rohingyas

Home is where the heart is. This is true for Rohingya refugees for whom Jaipur has been a home for over a decade now.
 Times of India1 week ago

Rohingya Muslims

Approximately 10,500 Rohingya Muslims have taken shelter in India and are staying in J, Delhi, Haryana, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Manipur. This was stated by the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju in a written ...
 E Pao!1 week ago Displacement of Rohingya Tribes  Business Standard1 week ago

Rohingya Muslims forging alliance with ISI?

Indian security agencies are wary that Rohingyas Muslims, already bearing the brunt of persecution, might be exploited by ISI, to support jihad and wider call of the Ummah (Shariat-based Muslim rule).
 DNA1 week ago

Rise in number of Rohingya Muslims settling in India set alarm bells among security agencies

The numbers, security agencies suspect, may be higher as large number of Rohingyas are also staying illegally in India and poses more serious security threat. NEW DELHI: The rise in number of Rohingya Muslims settling in India has set the alarm bells ringing ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Centre to hold meet on Rohingya

In the backdrop of reports of more than one lakh Rohingya Muslims settling in India, the Centre has convened a meeting of top officials of seven states, including UP and Jammu and Kashmir, on July 20 to discuss monitoring their activities given ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Rohingya Muslims in India: Govt calls meeting with 7 states to  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Government calls meeting with 7 states to discuss activities of Rohingya Muslims in India  DNA3 weeks ago Govt calls meet with seven states on Rohingya Muslims on July 20  Zee News3 weeks ago
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World Bulletin

'Attack of Muslims in Myanmar have become a norm'

World Bulletin / News Desk Rohingya Muslimscommunity is facing worst humanitarian crisis in Myanmar and is in dire need of aid and support. "The attack and killing of Muslims in Myanmar have become a norm. One night about six months ago, a ...
 World Bulletin2 weeks ago The Plight and Persecution of the Rohingyas in Myanmar  Axis of Logic4 weeks ago Suu Kyi says Rohingya issue needs careful handling  Rediff.com1 month ago Rohingya issue must be addressed 'carefully': Suu Kyi  Prokerala1 month ago
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Oman Observer

Lack of reform

By Aubrey Belford and Soe Zeya Tun— In the fertile river valleys near Myanmar's border with Bangladesh, stateless Rohingyas say there is no let-up in soldiers forcing them into hard labour, despite the government launching a campaign three years ...
 Oman Observer3 weeks ago Forced into unpaid labour, Rohingya flee  Melbourne Age4 weeks ago Myanmar military press-gangs Rohingya into forced labour  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago Forced labour shows back-breaking lack of reform in Myanmar military  Reuters4 weeks ago
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Northern Territory News

Rights groups voice concern over trial of journalists for rohingya story

The United Nations and international human rights groups expressed concern yesterday over the trial of Phuketwan journalists who have reported intensively on the smuggling of Rohingya and noted alleged involvement of the Thai Navy. The UN and ...
 Asiaone2 weeks ago Aussie editor optimistic in Thai trial  Brisbane Courier-Mail2 weeks ago Crusading Phuketwan website shut down as journalists face Thai court  Macleay Argus2 weeks ago Thailand tries Australian accused of defaming the Navy  Canberra Times2 weeks ago
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