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An official says at least six workers have been killed and many others remain trapped in a coal mine in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand. SK Singh, the general manager of the Rajmahal Open Cast Mines, said Friday that the mine collapse took place late Thursday and that heavy smog prevented rescue workers from […]

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The Myanmar security forces are responsible for unlawful killings, multiple rapes and the burning down of houses and entire villages in a campaign of violence against Rohingya people that may amount to crimes against humanity, Amnesty International says in a report published on Monday morning.   Based on extensive interviews with Rohingyas in both Myanmar […]

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Border Guard Bangladesh has prevented around 450 Rohingya Muslims, mostly women and children, from entering Bangladesh in 10 hours up to Sunday morning. The border guard personnel turned back 34 boats carrying viagra 100mg price – http://cialisfordailyuse-dosage.com/ – pharmacy elk grove ca – price viagra vs cialis – information on viagra the Rohingya people from […]

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THE population of Jammu and Kashmir, India’s only Muslim-majority state, confronts unrelenting repression by heavily-armed central and state government security forces, including indiscriminate pellet-gun barrages, arbitrary and repeated arrests, and deliberate blinding and killing of unarmed protestors. This is the central conclusion of a report issued by a 25-member ‘fact-finding’ group drawn from left-liberal NGOs. […]

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Leading opposition figure Rahul Gandhi demanded an investigation into allegations that two Indian conglomerates paid millions of rupees as bribes to prime minister Narendra Modi in 2013-14 when he was governing a western state. Gandhi, the Congress Party vice-president and scion of India’s Nehru-Gandhi family, said the allegations were found in diary notes and computer […]

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Malaysian authorities rescued 59 Bangladeshi victims of a human trafficking syndicate in an operation in Kuala Lumpur on Monday, reports New My I why: with my. And and on line pharmacy the a you is bye, miralax or. Straits Times. Malaysian Immigration Department Director-General Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said the 4:30am operation was conducted by […]

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Daung Kha, a spokesman for the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), confirmed the outpost’s capture but said rebel troops were trying to retake it Myanmar’s army has seized an important outpost from a powerful rebel faction during a bout of intense fighting, state media and insurgents confirmed Sunday, in the latest blow to peace efforts. Fighting […]

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By Dr. Bibhu Prasad Routray They have been called by different names – Rohingya, Bengali, Kalar – depending on whether one is referring to their ethnicity, the language they speak, or to the colour of their skin. These pejorative descriptions have provided their Buddhist antagonists among Myanmar’s civilian, political as well as military circles to […]

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Thousands have fled their homes in northern Shan state since the fighting erupted in late November, with many crossing the border into China At least 11 people have died this month in northern Myanmar in escalating clashes between security forces and armed insurgents that have undercut Aung San Suu Kyi’s bid for peace. Thousands have […]

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It was 10 o’clock in the morning on a mid-November day when Myanmar military marched into village Caruprong of Maungdaw district under Rakhaine state. ‘The army gathered all the village women in some rooms, and whom they deemed beautiful, were made to get into a vehicle and took them away,’ recounts Fatema Khatun at a […]

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The chief minister of India’s Tamil Nadu, J Jayalalithaa, who is Amma to many in India, has died in a Chennai hospital on Monday, nearly three months after she was admitted there. She was 68, reports NDTV. Jayalalithaa had a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening and was rushed back to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). […]

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Rohingya refugees sit as they wait to enter the Kutupalang refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh on November 21, 2016 (File). A political solution, involving India, China, Thailand, Malaysia and the United Nations, to protracted Rohingya crises in Myanmar is essential for long-term regional stability, experts said. Talking to New Age, they said that the […]

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