India Needs to Enact a Domestic Refugee Law
By Sudha Ramachandran
India's treatment of refugees has been inconsistent, ad hoc, and ambiguous.
What’s Wrong With the Indian Government’s Narrative on Refugees?
By Arkoprabho Hazra
Narrative-building as part of the 75th independence celebrations suggests India as a welcoming place for refugees. The reality is much different.
India Must Champion the Cause of Afghan Refugees More Inclusively
By Mohamed Zeeshan
Even as it leads global action on Afghanistan at the UNSC, India must salvage its own credibility as a hospitable destination for asylum seekers.
Over 6,000 Myanmar Nationals in India’s Northeast
By Rajeev Bhattacharya
Local reports from Mizoram and Manipur put the number of refugees at close to 7,000.
Myanmar’s Crisis Is Starting to Spill Beyond its Borders
By Sebastian Strangio
The country's political crisis is well on the way to becoming a crisis for the region as a whole.
Indian Police Kill 2 Protesters Defying Curfew in Assam
By Associated Press
Protesters in Assam denounced a new bill allowing migrants fleeing religious persecution to become citizens.
Indian Refugee Policy and the Rohingyas
By Bansari Kamdar
In the balance between security, strategy, and humanity, humanity is losing.
The Future of India’s Do-Nothing Policy Toward the Rohingya
By Shreya Upadhyay
The Rohingya crisis will impact India directly and indirectly. New Delhi must take action.
From Myanmar to India, Persecution Haunts Rohingya
By Ann Toews
Rohingya refugees in India meet religious nationalists who want them gone — again.
The Trouble With India's New Citizenship Bill
By Wamika Kapur
The bill, if passed, would help turn India into a 'Hindu homeland.'
Longing to Belong: Afghan Sikhs and Hindus in India
By Anwesha Ghosh
For decades, a lack of legal status has left Afghanistan's persecuted religious minorities without a home.