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FDI in Retail: All-Party Meeting to End Impasse

The Indian Parliament's winter session is likely to resume soon and the government will try to end an impasse caused by its decision to allow 51 percent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the retail sector. Dec 6, 2011
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Facebook Recognizes Govt's Interest in Reducing Abusive Content

Even as Indian internet users are fuming over the government's proposal to screen the content on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo, Facebook has said that it recognizes the government's interest to minimize the abusive content online. Dec 6, 2011

Top ULFA Leader, Indian Journalist Detained in Myanmar

Top ULFA leader Jivan Moran and an Indian journalist have been detained by authorities in Myanmar. However, there was no information about the detention of ULFA's self-styled commander-in-chief Paresh Baruah as reported by a section of the media, Union Home Secretary R K Singh has said. Dec 4, 2011
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Left Blames Mamata for Police Firing Deaths; CM Orders Judicial Probe

Following the Communist Party of India-Marxist's allegation that the Mamata Banerjee government in West Bengal is responsible for the death of two people in a police firing, the Chief Minister said Saturday that a judicial probe would be conducted into the incident. Dec 4, 2011
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No Rollback on FDI in Retail: Govt

The opposition parties and allies of the UPA government are against retail reform but the government is not ready for a rollback. The government wants FDI in retail sector to boost India's economy. Dec 2, 2011
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High Court Grants Bail to Sukhram

Delhi High Court has granted bail to former Telecom minister Sukhram, who was sentenced to a five-year imprisonment for taking a bribe of 300,000 rupees. Nov 28, 2011