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  • Energy development holds up deer during spring migration: Study

    Energy development holds up deer during spring migration: Study

    Mule deer rely on this surfing behaviour to find the youngest and most nutritious plants that allow them to recover from winter and put on fat for the next lean season.

    October 10, 2022
  • Migration crisis

    Migration crisis

    In the east, the focus of the recent Russian offensive, carrying women, children, elderly people and many with reduced mobility to safer territory in the west was the priority this week.

    August 6, 2022
  • Time to acknowledge Environmental Migration under a ‘normative framework’: IIT

    Time to acknowledge Environmental Migration under a ‘normative framework’: IIT

    This will prevent refugees from being compelled to return to their native countries, where they may suffer danger. Asylum seekers from vulnerable areas must also be absorbed in proportion to their greenhouse gas emissions in host countries. Given the severity of the expected Global Environmental Changes and accompanying impacts, the researchers suggest that taking early and adequate action is critical.

    June 5, 2022
  • Greener pastures

    Greener pastures

    It estimated that India had the highest number of international migrants in the world; 18 million Indians were living abroad despite Covid-19 induced travel restrictions in 2021. The UN body estimated that 10 million Indians migrated between 2000 and 2010. But the numbers, enormous as they are, do not tell the whole story.

    March 31, 2022
  • Migration Muddle

    Migration Muddle

    "Why did Shah push Khan for a treaty to deport illegal migrants? Why did not the Hasina-Modi joint statement include the assurance? There was no mention of the migration issue at all, a lapse that raises questions about India's real intentions. One possible clue is that the Bharatiya Janata Party incited Hindus into religious-nationalistic fervour to win votes"

    November 27, 2021
  • The long march home — book on lockdown migration launched

    The long march home — book on lockdown migration launched

    1232 KM: Corona Kaal Mein Ek Asambhav Safar' by author Vinod Kapri, published by Sarthak Prakashan (an imprint of Rajkamal Prakashan Samuh) was released at the India Habitat Centre.

    November 25, 2021
  • Libya, UNHCR discuss illegal migration, border control

    Libya, UNHCR discuss illegal migration, border control

    Al-Koni also stressed the importance of addressing illegal migration in Libya's southern border rather than at sea where illegal migrants cross towards Europe, according to the statement

    September 23, 2021
  • ‘Greece won’t become gateway to Europe for irregular migration flows’: Notis Mitarachi

    ‘Greece won’t become gateway to Europe for irregular migration flows’: Notis Mitarachi

    Since 2015, over one million people have reached Greece fleeing warzones and extreme poverty, and most continued their journey to other European countries until the borders along the Balkan route to Central Europe were sealed off.

    August 28, 2021
  • Odisha to tag problematic tuskers with radio collars to check human-elephant conflict

    Odisha to tag problematic tuskers with radio collars to check human-elephant conflict

    The radio collars will be Global Positioning System (GPS)-enabled and will track the real time location of problematic wild elephants.

    June 25, 2021
  • Kamala Harris to visit US-Mexico border area regarding migration

    Kamala Harris to visit US-Mexico border area regarding migration

    Harris will arrive in the area just days before former President Donald Trump is to visit the border with a group of House Republicans and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

    June 24, 2021
  • On World Refugee Day, Kolkata Port recalls history of human migration

    On World Refugee Day, Kolkata Port recalls history of human migration

    Hundreds of men and women set sail on the ship, Lalla Rookh, in 1873 to work in sugar plantations in Suriname

    June 20, 2021
  • UN launches 1st online platform on migration

    UN launches 1st online platform on migration

    The hub is expected to disseminate peer-reviewed information from different sources, such as reports by international organisations, academic articles and government statistics.

    March 19, 2021
  • Migration and marginalization

    Migration and marginalization

    East Delhi's Seelampur witnessed a protest in the middle of the night. Now, the protest has become sporadic to university campuses of Jamia Millia and Madras University.

    December 23, 2019
  • Documentary film based on life of Uttarakhand farmer nominated for Oscars

    Documentary film based on life of Uttarakhand farmer nominated for Oscars

    The film will inspire youths to stay in their villages and work for their communities.

    September 18, 2019
  • Changing dynamics of migration

    Changing dynamics of migration

    Discrimination with domestic migrants is most felt by people from the North-east who travel outside the region for employment

    January 14, 2019
  • Towards competitive backwardness

    Towards competitive backwardness

    The Constitutional scheme of affirmative action cannot work unless reservation is truly inclusive and non-discriminatory, writes Sanjeeb Panigrahi.

    December 27, 2018
  • Entrepreneurship as a bright profession

    Entrepreneurship as a bright profession

    Expanding business to other global markets has its own distinct advantages. However, that decision should be taken with a lot of consideration.

    September 28, 2018