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Fury grows after deaths in Indian Muslim neighborhood

Zaheer Ahmed had just returned home from work in northern India last Friday afternoon and stepped out for a smoke before lunch.

Citizenship Act protests: Three dead and thousands held in India

Three people have died in India and thousands have been detained amid demonstrations against a controversial new citizenship law.

Foreigners buy properties not citizenship – Khalid

The government is not obligated to grant citizenship to the foreigners who purchase properties in the country

Blue IC at 103

She could be the oldest individual to receive the Malaysian citizenship approval letter, Thanapakkiom Sannasy, 103, is overjoyed when her application for the ‘Blue IC’ (Malaysian citizenship) has finally been granted today.

Simpler process to register students without citizenship into government schools

The Education Ministry will simplify the registration process for pupils without citizenship into government schools, Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching said.

Canadian parliament revokes Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary citizenship

Canada's parliament voted unanimously on Thursday to strip Myanmar’s de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary Canadian citizenship.

Trump plan to offer citizenship to 1.8m undocumented immigrants

The White House has outlined an immigration plan that would allow 1.8 million people to become US citizens in exchange for funding of a border wall.

Opposition fairy tale claim on stateless Malaysian Indians

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak rubbished the political opposition claim that about 300,000 Malaysian Indians were without citizenship papers.

Indian entrepreneurs want a bite in GLC

The government has planned to establish a committee at the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to study the participation of the Indian community in the Government Linked Companies (GLC).

Cases involving stateless children go to federal court

The Federal Court will hear appeals brought by parents in three separate cases if stateless children could be accorded citizenship.