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How foreign media reacted to Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

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NEW DELHI: In a historic move, Parliament on Wednesday passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill .
With a majority of 125 is to 99 the  Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passed the Rajya Sabha test.  The bill received support from friendly parties including the AIADMK, BJD, TDP, YSR-Congress while the Shiv Sena walked out before voting commenced.
Also Read Fresh protests erupt against Citizenship Amendment Bill The Assam and the Northeast have been on the boil  but the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government hailed it as a landmark day.
Here’s how the foreign media reacted : Divisive Citizenship Bill The  New York Times  has carried an article with the headline, “Indian Parliament Passes Divisive Citizenship Bill, Moving It Closer to Law” . The article further writes:

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