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Sabbir HASAN

Sabbir HASAN, Former Lecturer; Department of Political Science, Uttara Town Collage,Dhaka; Completed his Graduation and Post-Graduation from Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University. Mr HASAN completed his graduation from Post-Graduation (Research) at the Department of International Security, Turkish National Police Academy in Ankara, Turkey with the Turkish Government Scholarship’2015. He has a keen interest in Labour Migration, Geo-Politics, Security Issues, Border Security, Economic Security, Women and Child Migration. Along with that, he has a specialization in Migration Security, Energy Security, Economic Crisis of Refugees, Economic Security of Hosting County and Migration Policy of Hosting Countries. He is a reviewer in INSIGHT Turkey journal and columnist at the Daily SABAH; national newspaper in Turkey. Mr HASAN also worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in a project of University Grants Commission, Bangladesh.

কাশ্মীরের 'অতীত গৌরব' ফিরিয়ে আনব: মোদি ভারতের প্রধানমন্ত্রী নরেন্দ্র মোদির দাবি, ভারতশাসিত কাশ্মীরের বিশেষ মর্যাদা বাতিলের সিদ্ধান্ত এখানকার 'অতীত গৌরব' ফিরিয়ে আনবে।

কাশ্মীরের 'অতীত গৌরব' ফিরিয়ে আনব: মোদি

দিল্লির ঐতিহাসিক লাল কেল্লায় স্বাধীনতা দিবস উপলক্ষে দেয়া বক্তব্য একথা বলেন মোদি। দেশটির স্বাধীনতা দিবস উপলক্ষে দেয়া ভাষণে তিনি আরও বলেন, ভারতের উন্নয়নে কাশ্মীর 'গুরুত্বপূর্ণ ভূমিকা'রাখবে। খবর বিবিসি ও এনডিটিভির। কাশ্মীরকে বিশেষ মর্যাদা দেয়া ভারতীয় সংবিধানের অনুচ্ছেদ ৩৭০ বিলোপ করার সিদ্ধান্ত বাস্তবায়নকে তার সরকারের একটি অন্যতম গুরুত্বপূর্ণ অর্জন বলে দাবি করেন মোদি। কাশ্মীরকে বিশেষ মর্যাদা দেয়া ভারতের সংবিধানের অনুচ্ছেদ ৩৭০ কাশ্মীরে শুধু দুর্নীতিকেই অনুপ্রেরণা দিয়েছে বলে তার দাবি। তবে গত সপ্তাহ থেকে কাশ্মীরের সঙ্গে যোগাযোগ বিচ্ছিন্ন এবং সেখানে অতিরিক্ত সেনা মোতায়েন করে কার্যত অবরুদ্ধ করে রাখার বিষয়টি বক্তব্যে উল্লেখ করেননি নরেন্দ্র মোদি। অন্যদিকে ১৪ অগাস্ট পাকিস্তানের স্বাধীনতা দিবসে দেশটির প্রধানমন্ত্রী ইমরান খান এক ভাষণে ভারতের সিদ্ধান্তের সমালোচনা করেন।

কিন্তু মোদি তার বক্তব্যে ইমরান খানের মন্তব্যের বিষয়ে কোনো কথা বলেননি। Top 10 Masters Programs in Migration Studies - Refugee Rights Careers. Identity Politics and India's Refugee Policy — THE FLETCHER FORUM OF WORLD AFFAIRS. By Swathi Gokulan This past August marked a year since the forced displacement of more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar – an act that sparked global outrage.

Identity Politics and India's Refugee Policy — THE FLETCHER FORUM OF WORLD AFFAIRS

To make matters worse, not much has improved for this stateless population. As Bangladesh and Myanmar stagger over a premature and faulty deal for the return of the Rohingya, their neighbor to the west has mostly sat out of the crisis. India, the most stable democracy in the region, has done little more than threaten to deport Rohingya refugees from its soil and extend support to the repatriation agreement between Dhaka and Naypyidaw. A look at India’s refugee response over the years shows why India is unlikely to budge on the Rohingya issue.

The violent partition of the Indian subcontinent following British colonial rule led to one of the largest mass migration movements in history. More than 70 years later, this post-colonial legacy continues to shape India’s refugee policies. Fees. Overview We have different fees for different kinds of accounts including members of different sizes and kinds, and for non-member and member services.


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Crossmark fees. Indexing & Abstracting. PM seeks Seoul’s support for early resolution of Rohingya crisis. In this file photo taken on October 16, 2017, Rohingya refugees carry a woman over a canal after crossing the Naf River as they flee violence in Myanmar to reach Bangladesh in Palongkhali near Ukhia AFP She said the crisis poses a threat to regional stability and peace Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged her visiting South Korean counterpart Lee Nak-yon to engage with Myanmar for an early, and peaceful solution to the Rohingya crisis.

PM seeks Seoul’s support for early resolution of Rohingya crisis

She said the crisis poses a threat to regional stability, and peace. “The displacement of Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh has posed risks to peace, and stability of our region,” Bangladesh premier’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim quoted her as saying during the talks with Lee Nak-yon, reports BSS. Also Read - Providing for the Rohingya Karim said the South Korean premier in reply said: “Anything we can do, we will do.” Rohingya Refugees. At Delhi Slum, Rohingya Pin Hopes On Education For A Better Life. The quest for education has begun earlier for Rohingya children at another school in Khajuri Khas.

At Delhi Slum, Rohingya Pin Hopes On Education For A Better Life

New Delhi: Life may be all about slums, cramped lanes and one-room hutments for Rohingya refugees in Delhi's Kalindi Kunj Camp, but the younger generation of the community is setting its sights on becoming lawyers and doctors in brighter days to come. Five days ago, 22-year-old Tasmida shifted from the slum to a rented room in Zakir Nagar to focus on her studies. She is the first Rohingya refugee in India to clear the Class 12 examinations, and has now applied for an LLB course in Jamia Millia.

She wants to become a lawyer, so she can fight for the rights of her people. "When Rohingyas don't even know their own rights due to lack of education, how can things ever work out? Nineteen-year-old Foyazul Haque, on the other hand, is preparing for the Class 12 boards at a centre run by a non-governmental organisation.