Rohingya in India

RVISION May 29, 2018

A day after a fire broke out at a Rohingya camp in Haryana’s Nuh district, rendering around 50 families homeless, some non-government organisations, locals and the district administration came forward for their relief and rehabilitation. The affected families, however, said that the efforts were not enough and the children and the elderly were suffering because […]

RVISION April 15, 2018

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondent | 15th April 2018   New Delhi: A fire broke out in a Rohingya refugee camp at Kalindi Kunj localit on Delhi’s south-eastern periphery, India today (15th April), report locals from the area.   At mid-night around 3:15 AM a fire broke out in the make shift camps. According to locals […]

RVISION March 19, 2018

KURULI: A South 24-Parganas village that had welcomed 109 Rohingya refugees — in four batches — is scared to accept any more. Because of political turbulence and constant police watch, a group of 80 Rohingyas who had arrived at the Kuruli village refugee camp in Baruipur last Tuesday were not allowed to settle there, with […]

RVISION February 5, 2018

NEW DELHI: The Rohingya issue is the biggest challenge for Myanmar, jeopardising both its internal situation and external relations. If the US decides to impose sanctions on Myanmar’s military, the country would be pushed towards China, said Yohei Sasakawa, Japan’s special envoy in Myanmar. “India, with her old relationship, should play a more proactive role […]

RVISION January 19, 2018

Twenty-nine Rohingyas — 18 adults and 11 children — have travelled through three countries, covering over 5,330km over four months, to finally reach a Bengal village that they now call home. Welcome to the Rohingya Colony, a settlement in Kuruli village in Baruipur, some 45km from Kolkata, where the 29 refugees from Myanmar’s Rakhine State […]

RVISION January 15, 2018

Agartala: Tripura police on Saturday night arrested six Rohingya refugees, all of them minors, from Dharmanagar railway station in North Tripura district, with preliminary investigations suggesting they had crossed the border with Bangladesh to enter India. Superintendent of police (control) Pradip De said the six were suspected to be Rohingya Muslims from Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where […]

RVISION January 12, 2018

With rows of two-room houses made of tin and asbestos with semi-concrete flooring, an under-construction common toilet and a tubewell, the new colony stands in sharp contrast to the fading homes that dot Kulari village. The new residents of these tin homes, with their broken Bengali, stand out, too. With eight families, 29 adults and […]

RVISION January 5, 2018

NUH, India – Sold for $130 to work as a rag picker in the northern Indian town of Mathura, Rohingya refugee Abdul Rahman lived in a tenement of stitched together polythene bags and pined for his home and the lush farmland he owned in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. When he was rescued, Rahman moved to a […]