Bidhayak Das explores why India is rejecting refugees from troubled Rakhine State.
As the mandate of the Kofi Annan-led delegation comes to an end, The Irrawaddy looks back on its recommendations and challenges.
Rights groups say India should abide by its legal obligations and protect the stateless refugees who face persecution in Myanmar.
The move follows a recent deployment of hundreds more Myanmar Army troops to Rakhine State.
Representatives from 20 political parties, many of which are currently unrepresented in Parliament, demand govt declare there are ‘no Rohingya.’
India considers 40,000 Rohingya Muslims illegal immigrants, despite many of them registering as refugees.
Buddhist monks and members of the Rakhine ethnic group held demonstrations in 15 towns, including state capital Sittwe.
At the request of Arakan National Party lawmakers, Myanmar Army has dispatched a battalion to northern Rakhine State.
In light of last week’s attack on Rakhine villagers, Arakan National Party lawmakers request separation of ethnic communities in Maungdaw.
Locals in northern Rakhine State flee homes after recent killings.
Rakhine State investigation team led by Vice President U Myint Swe says UN is exaggerating claims at end of 8-month probe.
Organization of Islamic Cooperation calls on Myanmar government to ensure citizenship for the Rohingyas.
Amid uptick in violence in northern Rakhine, police discover three mutilated bodies and arrest man suspected of attending militant training.
Indian Supreme Court advocate Indira Jaising has been replaced as chair amid concerns of a perceived bias.
Yanghee Lee wraps up a trip to Myanmar lamenting restricted access and allegations of intimidation of her sources by the state.