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India government asked to respond to legal challenges to citizenship law

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India government asked to respond to legal challenges to citizenship law

India government asked to respond to legal challenges to citizenship law

India's Supreme Court has given the government four weeks to respond to more than 100 legal challenges to its new citizenship law.

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