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Exclusionary rule: India’s citizenship law

Exclusionary rule: India’s citizenship law

Update: 2019-12-195
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The Hindu nationalist government’s latest move pointedly excludes Muslims from immigration reform. Protesters reckon that is an attack on the country’s cherished secularism. Tuberculosis is still among the world’s biggest killers; we look at emerging new tools to fight an old disease. And a deep dive on the sex lives of eels. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radiooffer

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Comments (3)

Rahul Kapoor

Our govt is not a Hindu ntionlistic govt but a democratic one. typical brit mag still living in a colonial era. pls save your energy for your own country and try stopping the attacks by radical Islamists.

Feb 24th
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Kunal

The Jammu and Kashmir division was not "against Muslims"/"anti-Muslim". What are you even basing that on?

Dec 19th
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TruthSeeker

Typical anti Indian and anti Hindu rubbish from you. You really should do more research. The laws are provide refuge to minorities who are being terribly persecuted in the neighbouring Muslim majority countries

Dec 19th
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Exclusionary rule: India’s citizenship law

Exclusionary rule: India’s citizenship law