SC allows deportation of Rohingya: Prashant Bhushan's arguments flawed as international laws hold no water in Indian courts
On grounds of non-interference with the executive policy, the dualistic form of the State as well as the fact that India is non-signatory of the Refugee Convention, the Supreme Court is right in its judgment in allowing the deportation of the Rohingya refugees
India to deport seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar tomorrow; immigrants to cross at Manipur's Moreh border post
The seven Rohingya immigrants from Rakhine state in Myanmar had been staying at a detention centre in Silchar, Assam, since 2012, when they were detained by the police.
Reuters journalists accused of breaching Myanmar's secrecy law to testify in court on Monday; verdict expected next month
Myanmar government spokesman declined to comment throughout the proceedings, saying courts are independent and case would be conducted according to the law.
Reuters journalists to face trial for breaching Mayanmar's secrecy law; scribes were investigating massacre of Rohingya Muslims
Yangon district judge charged the reporters with breach of the colonial-era Official Secret Act which carries a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison.
Reuters journalists Wa Lone, Kyaw Soe Oo released after 512 days in prison: How Myanmar punished the duo for uncovering an atrocity
Myanmar has freed Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo from jail as part of a move to pardon thousands of prisoners. They were convicted for allegedly violating the Official Secrets Act.
Rohingya Muslims in Kashmir: Part of a larger game plan to escalate hybrid warfare; no room for politics
The presence of Rohingya Muslims in Kashmir is bound to give rise to a more complex problem, as Pakistan will have direct access to them.
A two-day BJP national executive meeting will start on Monday in New Delhi
Rohingya Muslims are threat to national security, Centre reiterates in affidavit; Apex court to hear matter on 3 October
The Union home ministry on Monday, filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court on Rohingya Muslims' deportation to Myanmar
The apex court is hearing a plea filed by two Rohingya immigrants, who are registered as refugees under the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Rohingya crisis: Govt to inform Supreme Court of official stance on refugees on 18 September, says Rajnath Singh
The Supreme Court has fixed Monday for hearing of a plea challenging the government's decision to deport illegal Rohingya Muslim immigrants back to Myanmar.