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"Current UK passports contain a traditional message from the British sovereign printed inside the front cover requesting 'assistance and protection' for the holder anywhere in the world 'in the Name of Her Majesty'."

does Indian Passport provide such benefit to its Indian citizen?

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Asked by Sharmila Bose, 14 Feb '12 06:35 pm
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Any authorized government document gets issued in the name of the head of the state. Since the head of UK is the queen, the UK passport carry the clause 'in the name of Her Majesty'. In case of Indian Passport the clause will be "in the name of the PRESIDENT of the Republic of India' Same applies to all the country. Where the head is a monarch then it will be in the name of In His or Her Majesty. If it is President then it will state President.
Answered by Shyam, 15 Feb '12 10:03 am

 
  
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They are protected in name of her Majesty and we are protected by most Majestic God
Answered by onlytruth, 14 Feb '12 07:48 pm

 
  
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No
wish our Govt considered it
Answered by anil garg, 14 Feb '12 07:40 pm

 
  
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Not at all an answer to your question m'am. Your q reminded me of an old Iron Curtain anecdote. During the Cold war era ,an American and a Russian were arguing about the freedom of speech and expression in their countries. The American said " Look man, I can go any time of the day, even midnight to the front of the White House and call the American President a bas**ard. and no one will do anything to me. Could you ever even dream about this freedom? " The Russian said" Dream? I can do it any time and mebbe I will even get a medal. I can go anytime the Kremlin and call the American President a Bas**rd "
Answered by Somebodysomewhere, 14 Feb '12 06:48 pm

 
  
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What is the use in printing when we can't stick to our words...they do...
Answered by sanjay sharma, 14 Feb '12 06:37 pm

 
  
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