Political Overview

April 2012
India Defence & Security Report;Q2 2012, Issue 2, p58
Industry Profile
The article reports on the political overview in India. It notes that the state election on March 3, 2012 will make Indian National Congress (INC) concentrate on pushing through populist policies to shore up its support base. It mentions that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA's) second term in power had shaken up the country's political development. It cites that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has forced into an embarrassing about-turn on permitting foreign direct investment (FDI).


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