Paying for the bills

April 2010
India Today;4/5/2010, p12
The article reports on the failure of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in India to convince its allies as well as the opposition on major areas of governance. The alliance's failure is evidenced by a large number of pending legislation, including over 50 bills from the Women's Reservation Bill to the Communal Violence Bill. It is noted that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is committed to pushing the reform agenda.


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