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Citizenship Amendment Act

15 Dec 2020
New Delhi passed a law in 2019 to determine "genuine" Indian citizens, triggering violent protests. A year later, what is the status of the legislation?
2 Feb 2020
Protests against India's Citizenship Amendment Act are now also sweeping across Europe. So how do the government's naturalization plans affect the Indian diaspora in Germany?

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