A couple of weeks ago, I got a call from a local immigration lawyer.
He said he was a lawyer for an Indian couple who had been granted a visa from the Indian government.
I was a bit surprised because the couple were living in New Delhi.
But I thought, well, this is not so strange.
India has long been an important destination for people fleeing religious persecution.
The country has seen a significant increase in Hindu migration since the 1970s, when a brutal war between Hindus and Muslims led to the genocide of millions.
The vast majority of India’s population, which is more than half of the country’s 1.2 billion people, are Muslim.
India is home to some of the world’s most sensitive and sensitive situations.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has promised to tackle the countrys biggest problem, has vowed to make India a “Muslim country” and to build a Muslim state within a year.
India has long struggled with issues of religious intolerance and violence, and the Hindu nationalist movement has long sought to portray the country as a land of tolerance and tolerance has been an issue in the recent presidential election.
Indian authorities have been under increasing pressure from human rights groups to stop the mass migration.
In October, the government announced a new quota system to protect migrants, which could result in a large increase in asylum applications.
India’s Supreme Court last year ruled that it had the power to deport anyone who entered India illegally, and in March, it ordered a probe into the case of a woman who claimed to be a Rohingya Muslim.