ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Afghan Refugees in India

The story of Afghan refugees in India, mainly Sikh and Hindu families now settled in Delhi, is one of a hardy and enterprising people who have survived in spite of the government's indifference to their plight. The Indian bureaucracy has remained largely indifferent to the complex issues involved and the need for review of India's long-standing ambiguity over a refugee policy. As a refugee-prone area, south Asia and chiefly India, needs to devise a regional policy consistent with the region's needs and the capacity to absorb refugees while ensuring them equity.

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