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Undergrad Bangladeshi student at Visva Bharati University asked to leave India in 15 days for engaging in 'anti-govt' activities
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Undergrad Bangladeshi student at Visva Bharati University asked to leave India in 15 days for engaging in 'anti-govt' activities

A Bangladeshi student of Visva Bharati University has been asked by the home ministry to leave the country for reportedly engaging in 'anti-government activities'

In Odisha's Kendrapara district, Bangladeshi Hindus told to 'quit India' rejoice over CAA, but remain wary of U-turn on citizenship
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In Odisha's Kendrapara district, Bangladeshi Hindus told to 'quit India' rejoice over CAA, but remain wary of U-turn on citizenship

The Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 has brought relief to the 1,551 families of Mahakalapada and Rajnagar blocks in Kendraparain district in Odisha, who were served with a 'quit India' notice under Foreigners Act

Rural Bangladeshis shoulder the responsibilities for adapting with climate change: study
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Rural Bangladeshis shoulder the responsibilities for adapting with climate change: study

They are raising their houses above flood levels, and some were even taking out high-interest loans from informal sources.

Taslima Nasreen expresses hope that India will extend her residence permit, says she is the 'daughter of this soil'
India

Taslima Nasreen expresses hope that India will extend her residence permit, says she is the 'daughter of this soil'

Taslima Nasreen has expressed hope that the government will consider giving her either a longer permit or a permanent one to stay in India.

Muslim man thrashed, forced to eat pork for 'selling beef' in Assam's Biswanath; local top cop says 'not matter of communal tension'
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Muslim man thrashed, forced to eat pork for 'selling beef' in Assam's Biswanath; local top cop says 'not matter of communal tension'

The incident, which took place on Sunday, came to light after two videos shared on Twitter showed the man sitting in knee-deep mud, begging to be let go, while men around him spoke to him in threatening tones.

ULFA in disarray after Myanmar Army's crackdown: Has endgame begun for the separatist outfit?
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ULFA in disarray after Myanmar Army's crackdown: Has endgame begun for the separatist outfit?

As such, ULFA would always be able to attract new cadres which has been evidenced from time to time in the past couple of decades. But the situation could be very different this time around with the odds stacked heavily against all the separatist outfits based in Myanmar

ULFA's second coming in Assam: Engineers, doctors swell ranks as militant outfit witnesses surge in recruits
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ULFA's second coming in Assam: Engineers, doctors swell ranks as militant outfit witnesses surge in recruits

Many youth (in one case, a class 9 girl) from across Assam may have left for the jungles where Paresh Baruah leads hundreds of his armed fighters, who operate from training camps.

NRC in Assam: India ignored 'Atithi Devo Bhava' tradition, 'Hindu humanity' in citizenship verification process
India

NRC in Assam: India ignored 'Atithi Devo Bhava' tradition, 'Hindu humanity' in citizenship verification process

Even if someone is the child or grandchild of a Bangladeshi or even a Bangladeshi migrant themselves, then so what? My culture and my religion tells me that I must treat them with humanity. I don't think we are showing this Hindu humanity in the process of NRC, writes Aakar Patel

Of no fixed abode: Off NRC after living in Assam for 100 years, teacher's family says govt harassing genuine citizens
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Of no fixed abode: Off NRC after living in Assam for 100 years, teacher's family says govt harassing genuine citizens

Reba Chakraborty Deb, 71, and her son Suhartta are extremely dissatisfied with the NRC process as their names have been excluded from the final draft released on 30 July despite the fact that their family has lived in Assam for over 100 years

Of no fixed abode: Assam NRC turns Jorhat's oldest bookstore owner into a 'foreigner' overnight
India

Of no fixed abode: Assam NRC turns Jorhat's oldest bookstore owner into a 'foreigner' overnight

It must be noted here that people who came to Assam before 24th March 1971 are being considered as Indian citizen according to Assam Accord. The legacy data document is a type of proof that you can claim to prove your citizenship.

Mamata Banerjee hits out at BJP over Assam NRC issue, claims party is victimising people to win polls
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Mamata Banerjee hits out at BJP over Assam NRC issue, claims party is victimising people to win polls

Slamming the BJP of victimising people to win polls, Banerjee said,"Only to win polls people can't be victimised. Don't you think people whose name isn't on the list will lose a part of their identity? Please understand India-Pakistan-Bangladesh were one before partition."

Malaysia: Passenger who stripped naked, watched porn, and attacked stewardess on flight arrested
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Malaysia: Passenger who stripped naked, watched porn, and attacked stewardess on flight arrested

A Bangladeshi passenger who reportedly stripped naked and attacked a stewardess during a flight from Malaysia has been arrested, the airline said Monday

'Trump you failed to protect your nation': New York bomber taunts US president on Facebook before attack
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'Trump you failed to protect your nation': New York bomber taunts US president on Facebook before attack

A Bangladeshi immigrant arrested in a New York subway bombing blamed president Donald Trump for the botched suicide mission that he said he carried out for the Islamic State group, authorities said as they brought federal charges against him Tuesday

New York: Four injured in 'attempted terror attack' in Manhattan; Islamic State-inspired suspect in custody, say police
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New York: Four injured in 'attempted terror attack' in Manhattan; Islamic State-inspired suspect in custody, say police

A man with a pipe bomb strapped to his body with Velcro and zip ties set off the crude device in the subway near Times Square on Monday, injuring him and three other people at the height of the morning rush hour

Bangladeshi Hindus to cut Durga Puja expense to aid Rohingya Muslims
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Bangladeshi Hindus to cut Durga Puja expense to aid Rohingya Muslims

Bangladesh has been overwhelmed by Rohingya Muslims since violence erupted in Buddhist-dominated Myanmar's Rakhine state

India's policy towards Rohingya refugees is disappointing and unbecoming of a great democracy
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India's policy towards Rohingya refugees is disappointing and unbecoming of a great democracy

The coldness with which the Indian government has responded to the brutality against the Rohingya population is disappointing to me.

Citizenship to Bangladeshi migrants in Assam creates voting right, Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind tells SC
India

Citizenship to Bangladeshi migrants in Assam creates voting right, Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind tells SC

The government's decision to grant citizenship to Bangladeshi immigrants in Assam has also created political rights for them including the right to vote, the Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind (JUH) on Monday told the Supreme Court.

India's GDP growth to remain strong at 7.6% in 2016, 7.7% in 2017, says World Bank
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India's GDP growth to remain strong at 7.6% in 2016, 7.7% in 2017, says World Bank

On India, the report said economic growth remained robust, which, as in the past, is expected to support continued poverty reduction.

Singapore detains 8 Bangladeshis for alleged IS-related terror plot
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Singapore detains 8 Bangladeshis for alleged IS-related terror plot

On Tuesday, Singapore said it had arrested eight Bangladeshis who allegedly plotted to carry out terror attacks and assassinations