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Food Bill Passed as Pesticides Makeup Colas
As a prominent Non-Government Organization (NGO) reported high levels of pesticide and toxins in soft drinks, the Rajya Sabha passed a Bill to consolidate laws relating to food and establish a regulatory body for the food-processing sector.
LeT Targeting Sensitive Spots
US Congress Passes Nuke Deal
Political Failure in War on Terror
OoP Pitches Parliament against President, SC
No Implementation of Groundwater Bill
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A collection of several Interview Articles during the last week.
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  • Forbes Calls “India is next Great Bull Market”
     Confirming other expert opinion, Forbes magazine says that “India has strong potential to be the next great bull market of the 21st century” clearly outpacing China as a better investment opportunity. <More>

  • LTTE to Stay Banned, No Lanka Intervention
    The National Security Advisor M K Narayanan said that India has no plans to lift the ban on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and for “direct intervention” in peace initiatives in Sri Lanka where hostilities has escalated rapidly to civil war proportions.  <More>

  • Forbes Calls “India is next Great Bull Market”
    Confirming other expert opinion, Forbes magazine says that “India has strong potential to be the next great bull market of the 21st century” clearly outpacing China as a better investment opportunity.
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  • Natwar & Son Indicted, Implodes Under Pressure
    Justice Pathak Commission report to the Parliament clearly indicted Former Foreign Minister Natwar Singh and his son Jagat Singh for their role in recommending their family and friends in the oil-for-food scam first disclosed by Paul Volcker.
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  • Quota Plan in Shambles
    Reports suggest that serious differences over strategy, financial requirements, and concerns of Constitutional validity within the Government may delay the Bill for Other Backward Classes (OBC).
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