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Sikhs hold ‘relief material’ camp for Rohingya Muslims in Jalandhar gurdwaras

Kusum Arora Jalandhar, September 21 Living upto the spirit of ‘Sarbat da Bhala’, two Jalandhar based Gurdwaras have started gathering relief material for over 4 lakh homeless Rohingya Muslims, who have got shelter in Bangladesh. The Sikh community has put up stalls outside two gurdwaras in Jalandhar to gather relief material and raise monetary assistance

India will play only three Tests on South Africa tour

India will play only three Tests on South Africa tour

The decision on test cricket match series of India and South Africa (CSA) has been finalised by BCCI and Cricket South Africa (CSA). The tour will include three tests, six ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals, with the first test to begin in Cape Town on January 5. In a press statement, cricket boards said that

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India convincing Myanmar to take back Rohingyas- Daily Post India

India convincing Myanmar to take back Rohingyas

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said that India will not take any Rohingya refugees as they pose a security threat to the nation. India is also pressurising Myanmar to take back the Rohingyas refugees to sort out the issues and address their. “The international pressure is mounting on Suu Kyi to take back

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya Muslims

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya Muslims

Arjun Sharma Sikh volunteers of Khalsa Aid are vying to go to Bangladesh-Myanmar border to help the Rohingya Muslims who have been exiled from their homeland. On the other hand a batch of eight volunteers started their journey for Bangladesh and will reach there by Sunday evening.Office of Khalsa Aid that is an NGO working

Now Rohingya Hindus flee to Bangladesh amid violence

Now Rohingya Hindus flee to Bangladesh amid violence

Rohingya Hindus are fleeing from Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape from deadly attacks of Myanmar army and locals. They have no other choice to join Rohingya Muslims to seek refuge in Bangladesh, leaving the conflict-torn Rakhine state in northwestern Myanmar. Rohingya Hindus were also reportedly looted, tortured and killed by armed men in Rakhine region.

Sikh volunteers help Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh

Rohingya Crisis : Sikh volunteers in Bangladesh. Driven out of their homes, lakhs of Rohingya migrants have gathered at the border areas of Myanmar and Bangladesh. Absence of food and water in the area was a major problem until the volunteers of Khalsa Aid reached there. Members of the organization from Punjab are working day

UN suspends food aid to refugees in Myanmar

UN suspends food aid. The UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) has suspended aid works in Myanmar’s Rakhine State citing safety concerns, as the violence escalated with a surging death toll among the Rohingya Muslim community. In recent days, tens of thousands of Rohingya have crossed into Bangladesh to escape mass killings they say are being

Flooding in India, Nepal, B’desh affecting 16 mln children: UNICEF

United Nations, Sep 3 About 16 million children across India, Bangladesh and Nepal are in urgent need of life-saving support due to “catastrophic” flooding in the three South Asian countries, a UN agency said. “Millions of children have seen their lives swept away by these devastating floods” said Jean Gough, UNICEF Regional Director for South Asia.

Bangladesh seal Historic first Test win against Australia

Shakib Al Hasan picked up a fifer each in both innings of the first Test against Australia to take Bangladesh to a remarkable 20 runs win in Mirpur. The win gave the hosts a 1-0 lead in the two match series. Bangladesh got the improbable job done on the fourth day of the first Test

18,000 Rohingya flee violence in Myanmar into Bangladesh

18,000 Rohingya flee violence in Myanmar into Bangladesh

The International Organisation for Migration said today that 18,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled fresh violence in Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh, with “hundreds and hundreds” stranded in no man’s land at the countries’ border. Sanjukta Sahany, a spokeswoman for the IOM in Cox’s Bazar, on the Bangladesh border with Myanmar, released the latest figures as

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South Asian films to screen at Singapore Film Festival

South Asian films to screen at Singapore Film Festival. Feature and short films from India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh will be screened during the inaugural Singapore South Asian International Film Festival.The 10-day festival, which begins from September 1, will showcase a total of 35 films. It is being organised by Muvizz, a streaming service

US warns its citizens of ‘continuing threats’ in Bangladesh

US warns its citizens of ‘continuing threats’ in Bangladesh

The United States has warned its citizens of ‘continuing threats’ from terrorist groups in Bangladesh and the risk of travelling to this country even as it said the security forces have carried counter terrorism operations here. In a latest travel advisory, the Department of State of US warns US citizens of continuing threats from terrorist

If Sent Back Forcibly, We’ll Be Killed: Rohingya Muslims On Deportation

If Sent Back Forcibly, We’ll Be Killed: Rohingya Muslims On Deportation

The Centre’s decision to deport an estimated 40,000 Rohingya Muslims to their native country Myanmar has triggered panic among 4,000-odd members of the ethnic group taking refuge in the old city of Hyderabad for the past six years. Moulana Hameed-ul-Haq (50), a cleric at one of the Rohingya settlements in Balapur, says, “It will be

Indian mPoS MobiSwipe goes Global

Indian mPoS MobiSwipe goes Global

OMA Emirates, a global leader in financial technology and payment solutions today announces the introduction of MobiSwipe in international markets. Followed by its success and increasing popularity in India, OMA Emirates aims to make MobiSwipe the next best solution after the PoS globally.Currently available only in India, MobiSwipe will now be venturing into the Indian

Subsidy on Cylinders for Poor to Continue: Dharmendra Pradhan

Subsidy on Cylinders for Poor to Continue: Dharmendra Pradhan

The government has made it clear that subsidy on domestic cooking gas (LPG) will continue for the poor. Union Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that “We have no plan to withdraw subsidy on LPG for domestic use. Subsidy on LPG and kerosene will continue for the poor and common people.”He said “There is a pipeline

Kol Police team Bdesh arrest Burdwan blast accused

Kol Police team in B’desh over arrest of Burdwan blast accused

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For Android For IOS Kol Police team Bdesh arrest Burdwan blast accused. A Special Task Force of the Kolkata Police has held a meeting with Bangldeshi security officials here for information on arrested Jama’atul Mujahideen militant Sohel Mahfuz, wanted in India in the 2014 Burdwan blast

Al-Qaida in Indian subcontinent getting more active: US experts

Al-Qaida in Indian subcontinent getting more active: US experts

For all the Latest news download Daily Post News app:- For Android For IOS Al-Qaeda is getting more active in the Indian subcontinent and by 2017, it boasted several hundred members, with its cells mostly in Afghanistan and its operatives flourishing in Bangladesh, counter-terrorism experts have told the US lawmakers. “By 2017, al-Qaeda in the

Mysterious disease kills 9 children in Bangladesh

At least nine children from an ethnic minority community have died of a mysterious disease in Bangladesh with doctors struggling to diagnose the cause of the deaths. Forty-six others were being treated at a specialised hospital in southeastern Bangladesh. All the children, who have died in four days, belong to the Tripura tribe. “The children,