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Three Rohingyas arrested in Manipur

Imphal, Mar 23 (IBNS): Security forces have arrested three Rohingyas from Manipur on the charge of illegally entering India from Myanmar. 

Farewell 2017: That Was The Year That Was

As we bid adieu to the eventful 2017 and welcome with new hope 2018, IBNS correspondent Supriyo Hazra  looks back to track some of the major events which made it to the headlines during the year 

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat backs Modi government on Rohingya issue

New Delhi, Sep 30 (IBNS): Addressing a crowd on Vijaya Dashami on Saturday, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat supported the Modi government's plan of deporting the Rohingya refugees who came from Myanmar, media reports said.

Rajnath Singh: If Burma willing to take back Rohingyas, why criticise government?

New Delhi, Sep 21 (IBNS): Reacting to the Rohingya issue on Thursday, home minister Rajnath Singh said it is irrelevant to criticise the central government when Burma (Myanmar) is willing to take back the illegal immigrants, media reports said.

UN body deplores 'current measure in India to deport Rohingyas'

New York, Sept 11 (IBNS): In a major statement on the Rohingya issue, the UN on Monday said India could not carry out expulsions or return of people to a place they might risk facing torture.

Rohingya exodus : Assam sounds high alert along bordering areas with Bangladesh

Guwahati, Sept 9 (IBNS): The Assam police sounded high alert along the bordering areas with Bangladesh following nearly 3 lakh Rohingya have fled violence churning through Rakhine state of Myanmar into Bangladesh.