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Bangladesh's health authorities initially said two refugees have tested positive, but WHO later confirmed that one was a Rohingya and another a local person who lived near a camp.
During Xi Jinping’s visit from 17-18 January, China and Myanmar signed as many as 33 agreements, including multi-billion-dollar deals in infrastructure.
Sheikh Hasina is planning to discuss NRC issue again as recent comments, especially those by Amit Shah, have not gone down well with Bangladesh.
Narendra Modi's government cannot afford to put the Rohingya issue on the back burner.
Bangladesh PM lashes out at Myanmar on Rohingya issue, and French President ready to take over role of global leader.
Iran claims to have made its first indigenous fighter jet, and drones take on cocaine in Colombia.
Front Page As uncertainty ensued over the 40 lakh names missing from the final draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, the Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India said “no genuine Indian citizen should have any fear or panic in regard to the filing of claims and objections", The Indian Express reports. The daily also tells us the stories of some of the people left out of the NRC: A school teacher, a pair of twins, former MLA, a BEd student, and a Delhi-based social worker have all been left out of the list. https://youtu.be/sSVdjD_JXtw Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee has warned of an 'impending civil war and bloodbath' because of the NRC. BJP president Amit Shah has criticised her statements, saying the list will be implemented to the “last full stop". The Supreme Court stepped in to direct authorities not to "initiate any coercive action" against the 40 lakh people left out of the NRC draft, The Hindu reports. The...
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Over the years, the Indian government has provided assistance to the likes of Bangladeshis and Afghans fleeing war and persecution, but has created disincentives for them to stay on in India permanently.
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