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The verdict is expected to shape the outcome of a pending lawsuit filed in 2012 over the validity and scope of the identity card system, the largest in the world.
Nearly four decades ago, Mo Fengyue leaned over the boat carrying her to China and dumped her Vietnamese identity cards into the river.
If the delivery contains alcohol, customers must show their driver's license or state identity card to the delivery drivers to prove their age, according to TGI Fridays.
All citizens of the People's Republic of China aged 16 and older must carry identity cards, which are processed electronically.
When Myanmar gained independence in 1948, the Rohingya were able to apply for identity cards, which offered some rights, and some even served in Parliament.
So Aadhaar was rolled out, and Indians all across the country headed to enrollment centers and had their biometrics taken—a photograph, 10 fingerprints and two iris scans—then waited for their free identity cards to arrive in the mail.
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