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International students with millions of American dreams in their eyes prepare for their higher education journey to U.S., way before their actual departure, but little do they know how uncertain their journey is once they pass out of the University after completion their degree.


By Geetanjali Naidu September 27, 2019
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2° C temperature rise ,   global warming ,   Cancun Summit ,   United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) ,   20th Conference of Parties COP at Paris ,   Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) ,   Lima Conference ,   Common But Differentiated Responsibilities (CBDR) ,   “intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs) ,   Kyoto Protocol

From Lima to Paris:

Global warming has been on the rise. Many fear that the implementation of the 2 C limit of temperature rise that was set in the Cancun summit in 2010 might not be realised any time soon if the global participation continues to be minimal and ineffective.

This fear was...

By Zainab July 27, 2016
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National Legislation on Refugee Law ,   Refugee Law ,   refugees ,   1951 Convention on Refugees ,   refugees are legally identified as foreigners ,   Bangladesh ,   Chakma Resettlement Scheme ,   Tibetan Refugee ,   Dalai Lama ,   Tamilian ,   Sri Lanka

By Saumya Kumar, Advocate, Lucknow

India has been a shelter for fleeing refugees right from the time of infiltration of the Zoroastrian community into the sub-continent. India has invariably been a safe haven for refugees and in the process, has enlarged its multi-cultural and multi-ethnic...

By Saumya Kumar July 27, 2016