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Meet Mr. Bald and Bankrupt: when an ‘Outsider’ Sees More Than an Insider

Bald and Bankrupt’ is a YouTube Channel run by an English traveler who decodes the authentic experiences of being in India.
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Ethiopia’s Political Tensions Pave Way for Humanitarian Crisis, Displacing Over 200,000 Refugees

Political tensions are plaguing Africa’s oldest independent country, Ethiopia, and threatening to bring forward an unprecedented refugee crisis before it.

Concrete Relief Work or Religious Scapegoating: India’s Rohingya Camps Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Kalindi Kunj, Madanpur Khadar and camps in Nuh district all represent the pathetic living conditions of the Rohingyas in Delhi-NCR. With government neglect and institutional apathy, are the Rohingyas destined to bear the brunt of a life threatening pandemic?
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan Says “This is not the India of Nehru and Gandhi”

Pakistan PM Imran Khan asserts that if the international community doesn’t take note of the situation in India, it would lead to a great crisis as Indian Muslims would be compelled to take refuge in Pakistan.

Who are the Bru Refugees and What is the Agreement to Settle Them in...

The Centre’s agreement with Tripura and Mizoram on the long drawn Bru crisis is underway. But will it be sufficient to tackle the internal displacement crisis?
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Centre’s Next Step is to Deport Rohingya Refugees, Says Union Minister Jitendra Singh

After CAA and NRC, Centre’s next target is the fast deportation of Rohingya refugees from the country.

Refugees in India have to fend for themselves – we’ve been talking to them about...

Lawyers representing the Rohingyas have reiterated the constitutional right (of citizens and non-citizens alike) to equality, life and personal liberty in India. Meanwhile, the government has claimed such refugees may pose a security threat to the state.

700 Pakistani Hindus living on Yamuna floodplains, NGT orders action

According to a report, over 100 Pakistani Hindu families, who had come to Delhi a few years ago on pilgrimage visa, are now living in jhuggis and semi-permanent structures on the Yamuna floodplains.

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