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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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  • 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.<More>

  • LeT Targeting Sensitive Spots
    Senior Indian officials took umbrage to US comments absolving Pakistan on the 7/11 Mumbai blasts and said they have actionable intelligence that the
    Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) was behind the terrorist attack and of plans to attack sensitive spots. <More>

  • NATO Set to Take Over Afghan Security
    In its most ambitious mission in Asia, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has taken control of security operations in insurgency-ridden southern Afghanistan to stop the Taliban with new tactics and approach.
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  • US Congress Passes Nuke Deal
    After several hours of debate, the US House of Representatives approved the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal with an overwhelming majority but has unfortunately raked partisan politicking in India even though the Government looks resolute in defending the deal. <More>

  • Political Failure in War on Terror
    The continued politicking dealt a serious blow to India’s ability to fight terror as Opposition sought to embarrass the Government more than solving the issue while the senior Ministers sought to divide the country further on the basis of religion. <More>


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