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Delhi: Hindu refugees from Pakistan who have come to India almost a decade ago finally get electricity after HC order

After the Ministry of Defence, which owns the land where the refugees reside gave a No Objection Certificate (NOC) the bench ordered TPDDL to provide electricity supply to the refugee camps. 

Rohingyas and EWS flats controversy: All you need to know about the issue and the Modi government’s position on it

As MHA clears the Rohingya controversy triggered by union minister Hardeep Singh Puri, here is all you need to know about it

Around 1500 tribals from Tripura become refugees in Assam after Bru refugees from Mizoram living in Tripura attack them

Around 1500 locals from Tripura fled to neighbouring Assam after they were attacked by Bru refugees from Mizoram living in the state

On World Refugee Day, read how Germany, Sweden, and India bore the brunt of incoming refugees

While the United Nations has been advocating the inclusion of refugees, the question remains whether the incoming migrants are willing to assimilate with the culture of the host nation.

Bru people will be no longer refugees in their own country, historic agreement signed to permanently settle them in Tripura

After nine rounds of repatriation failed, govt decides to settle Bru refugees from Mizoram in Tripura

‘Like a bird who has been freed from a cage’ says Hindu refugee from Majnu Ka Tila on CAB: OpIndia Exclusive

The refugees said that they have come to India nearly a decade back with a valid visa issued by the Indian government. The refugees added that they had to leave their relatives in Pakistan and come to India because religious persecution in the Islamic nation had made their lives difficult.

Majnu Ka Tila: Hindu refugee family from Pakistan name their daughter ‘Nagrikta (Citizenship)’, father says she is ‘India’s daughter’

Many residents of Majnu Ka Tila in the national capital said that the bill if cleared, will help them get Indian citizenship and finally bring an end to their life in exile.

Ignoring Human Rights Activists, Bangladesh to start relocating Rohingyas to flood-prone island from early November

Bangladesh plans to shift Rohingya refugees to Bhashan Char which means ‘floating island’

Bangladesh to UN aid agencies: Support relocation of Rohingyas to Bhasan Char island or leave the country

UN has to agree to the relocation plan or it can take the refugees with them: Bangladesh Foreign minister

Majnu Ka Tilla: A Tilla of hope, dreams and aspirations for Pakistani Hindu refugees

Minki with the blue eyes was one of the first refugees brought to the Majnu ka Tilla camp.

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