September 2009
India Today;9/14/2009, p28
The article reports on cabinet members of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government in India who performed well. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh based his priorities on the Food Security Act that promised food for all and the Women's Reservations Bill. Under Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, the country is expected to post economic growth. Human Resource Development (HRD) Minsiter Kapil Sibal is focused on the shortage of teachers and educational institutions.


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