There are at least two (old) questions about passports asked by Indian citizens. Apparantly, it is illegal under Indian law to posess two passports, which is what these questions circle about. One actually points out that they want to travel to the US, which prompted me to write a tongue-in-cheek answer that tried to only deal with the travelling part as I perceived it. The second question only really asks about whether having a second passport can lose them the first, too. (I dropped a close vote on that.)
Both questions — to me — only seem connected to travelling by the word passport. Personally, I find that too weak a connection to allow on-topicness here. Acquiring (and potentially losing) the passport of the state whose nationality you bear does not ring a travel-bell in my head. Yes, you typically need passports for international travelling but not for every pair of countries. And sometimes you are required to get a passport or similar document even when not wanting to travel.
In my opinion, this type of question is similar to ‘What must I do to register a car in country Y’ — cars can be used to travel, even internationally but also domestically, and vehicle registration is often required and may be tedious paperwork. But I can travel well without a car in many places much like I can travel well domestically in many countries without a passport.
What are your thoughts on the issue? Are these questions and the likes on-topic?