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Bhutan: Refugee Issue-all but forgotten?

Paper No. 6573                 Dated 26-July- 2019

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan.

On the World Refugee Day on June 20th, a few articles appeared in the media about the Bhutanese refugees still remaining in the camps in Nepal and about the ordeals faced by the Refugees before they were settled in third countries.

Australia's Refugee Policy- A Critique

Paper No. 6561                   Dated 11-July-2019

By Prof.V. Suryanarayan

Modern Australia is a nation of immigrants. Its population is approximately 34 million. It is one the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. The contribution made by the immigrants to the growth of Australian population can be understood from the fact that 25 per cent of the population today is born outside the country.

Sri Lanka: Refugees of Indian Origin in Tamil Nadu- Landmark Judgement

Paper No. 6559                      Dated 5-July -2019

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan         

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Myanmar: Rohingya Crisis: Denigrating Suu Kyi does not Help

Paper No. 6314                                   Dated 21-Oct-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekahran
 

World Refugee Day- Some Reflections

Paper No. 6128                                  Dated 16-June-2018

By V. Suryanarayan

Bhutan: In praise of Gyalpo IV - Update No. 114

Note No. 758                                         Dated 12-Jan-2016

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

Bhutan celebrated the 60th birthday of Gyalpo 4, the father of the present King in a grand manner on the 11th of November.  A series of celebrations is being planned for the whole year.  A book that is a collection of articles by various important people who had known the King with the title “The Bodhisattva King” by Tshering Tashi and Thierry Mathou is soon to be released. 

“Right of Return” - Tibetan Refugees

Paper No. 5728                               Dated 23-Jun-2014

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

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