Legislative death row

Rahman, Shafi
March 2009
India Today;3/ 2/2009, p11
The article reports on the possible demise of 68 bills introduced by the Manmohan Singh Government in India. Amng the bills facing lapse by the end of the Lok Sabha session are Women's Reservation Bill and the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Bill 2008. It infers that the lapses could have been the result of urgency sown by The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government to oppose bills which do not give favor to their agenda.


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