Articles by Migrants

How A Frozen World Economy Will Ruin Migrants' Livelihoods, Slash Remittances

The possibility of a substantial loss in remittance in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is real. In 2018-19, India received the highest remittance in the world -- $ 79 billion!

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Riding The Rails

Karnataka’s ability to send back migrant workers hinges upon an imperfect registration process

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‘India Headed For A Nutritional Health Emergency’

The problem is not just due the nationwide lockdown to stem the COVID-19 pandemic, but because of already existing diseases which are in abundance and emergency situation in our country, say doctors

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Oxygen In Viral Season

Has COVID-19 brought the Congress back in the game?

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Now It's Bureaucrats First, How COVID-19 Has Changed Narendra Modi's Style Of Governance

While PM's office remains firmly in the saddle, ministers and bureaucrats have become the face of the government’s fight against coronavirus

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Who Is An Assamese? More Questions Than Answers

In the wake of the National Register of Citizens, any exercise to define who is a native can open a Pandora's Box in a state inimical to 'immigrants'

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Without Home, Without Roots And Without Food: New Research Shows Alarming Rates Of Acute Malnutrition Among Migrants, Refugees and The Homeless

With a photo essay by Usha Ramesh and Vivek Tripathi to celebrate The World Day of Migrants and Refugees

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In Quest For Citizenship, Assam Braves Rampaging Floodwaters With Hope And A Prayer

In a bid to prove their Indian citizenship, families in Assam, ravaged by floods, are dearly holding onto certain documents to prove their genuineness

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