In Diasporic Lands: Tibetan Refugees and their Transformation since the Exodus

Basu, Sudeep (2018). In Diasporic Lands: Tibetan Refugees and their Transformation since the Exodus, Orient Black Swan, © Orient Black Swan Private Limited 2018. ISBN: 978-93-52870-85-1. Refugees are considered as one of the resilient communities in the host-land as they try to survive a...

India Migration Reader

Rajan, S. I. (Ed) (2017). India Migration Reader. Routledge, New York, 188 pages, ISBN 9781138219625 The book comes as a by-product of release of India Migration Report (IMR) and several annual reports on migration, in collaboration with CDS and Government of India. Owing to its immense popul...

Indian Poor as Political Tools

Indian Poor as Political Tools By Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria, Principal research fellow, Institute of ethnic studies UKM   BN government agenda for Indian community I have been involved in policy advocacy since 1997 when I joined the MIC Social Strategic Foundation. Wh...

Children of the Camp: The Lives of Somali Youth Raised in Kakuma Refugee Camp

Grayson, C. L. (2017). Children of the Camp: The Lives of Somali Youth Raised in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya, Berghahn Books, New York, Pages 232,ISBN 978-1-78533-631-7 ‘Anything can happen here but nothing can be done here…In exile, one is pressed to stop being in exile, eit...

International Migration in the Age of Crisis and Globalization

Solimano, Andre`s (2010). International Migration in the Age of Crisis and Globalization: Historical and Recent Experiences, Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 978-0-521-19425-9. ©Andre`s Solimano 2010. In the globalized era, the international migration has become prominent area of d...

Hold on Your Bias: Don’t Blame the Immigrants

International Migration and International Security: Why Prejudice Is a Global Security Threat ,Valeria Bello, 2017, Routledge, New York, $142.50 |ISBN: 978-1-138-68946-6 One of India's ancient scriptures, Maha Upanishad, sums up the very existence of human beings of various races, colours...

Sport and South Asian Diasporas: Playing through Space and Time

Stanley Thangaraj, Daniel Burdsey and Rajinder Dudrah (eds.) (2014); Sport and South Asian Diasporas: Playing through Space and Time; Routledge, London and New York; pages, 128, ISBN10 1138019011   “War minus the shooting” was what George Orwell once described intern...

Loss and Exile: Refugees’ Experiences in Susan Abulhawa’s Mornings in Jenin

Susan Abulhawa’s debut novel Mornings in Jenin (2006) intricately captures the traumatic vicissitudes of the Palestinian refugees against the historical backdrop of the incessant Israel-Palestine political conflict. Delineating the pathetic turmoil of a Palestinian family across fou...

Understanding Educational Out-Migration: A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh

Efforts of the government to Universalize School Education have resulted in an increased demand for Higher Education on a large scale today. An outcome of which is very clearly visible in the large number of colleges and universities that have come up in the recent years. Students also mo...

Why India should pay more attention towards the engagement of PIOs?

Why India should pay more attention towards the engagement of PIOs? Niranjan Marjani Indian Diaspora is the largest Diaspora in the world today. It is divided into two categories – the Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and the Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs). As per the data of Ministry o...

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