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Former Australian PM Gillard grilled part of graft probe

Sep 10, 2014

Former Australian PM Gillard grilled part of graft probe

Gillard has always strenuously denied acting improperly but admitted to the inquiry that in hindsight she would do things differently. #NewsTracker #Julia Gillard #labor party #Australian Workers Union #Bruce Wilson #Workplace Reform Association #Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption
Indian govt under Modi Shaken, stirred but not ready to deliver yet?

Aug 24, 2014

Indian govt under Modi Shaken, stirred but not ready to deliver yet?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shaken up India's ruling elite in his first 100 days since taking power, but has so far struggled to deliver the bold reforms needed to kick-start the economy. #India #BJP #Modi #Indian Bureaucracy #Prime Minister Modi #economic reforms under Narendra Modi
On Deng Xiaoping's 110th birth anniversary, China compares him to Xi Jinping

Aug 21, 2014

On Deng Xiaoping's 110th birth anniversary, China compares him to Xi Jinping

State and Communist Party media have carried lengthy articles on Deng, lauded as the "chief architect of China's reform and opening-up", and compared him to Xi. #World #China #NewsTracker #Tiananmen Square #Deng Xiaoping #Economic Reform #Communist Party #Xi Jinping #Propaganda
Need to reform justice delivery system Ravi Shankar Prasad

Aug 11, 2014

Need to reform justice delivery system Ravi Shankar Prasad

Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday stressed the need to reform the justice delivery system in the country. #Politics #BJP #Lok Sabha #TheySaidIt #Ravi Shankar Prasad #parliament #Law Minister #NDA #Judicial Reforms #justice delivery system
China Firms work around 'dawn raids' by antitrust agencies

Aug 11, 2014

China Firms work around 'dawn raids' by antitrust agencies

Such US and European-style "dawn raids" have become a powerful weapon for China's increasingly aggressive antitrust enforcement agencies. #China #anti trust laws #Anti-trust law #Anti-Monopoly #National Development and Reform Commission

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LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Apr 07, 2014

LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Since we hear it being said from every corner that this is a tightly fought election, the best indicator this voter reform efforts would be in the turn out. If more come out to vote, the more vibrant this democracy becomes. #Voter turnout #Election Commission #Democracy #EC #Polling #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #NOTA #Voter reforms
L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Feb 13, 2014

L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

The fight between legislators in the Rajya Sabha brought back not so fond memories of similar incidents in the past. Here's a brief history. #Rajya Sabha #Electoral reforms #Speaker #Assembly

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L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Sep 14, 2014

Is Sinopec's Retail Sale A Big Deal?

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., or Sinopec, seems to be leading the way in the latest round of state-owned enterprise reform. The oil refining conglomerate agreed to sell a 107 billion yuan ($ 17.5 billion) stake in its retail business to 25 invest... #China Life Insurance #Guo Guangchang #Sinopec-China Petroleum
L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Sep 16, 2014

NSA reform bill stalled with Congress headed toward fall recess

The U.S. Congress is unlikely to pass legislation to end the National Security Agency’s widespread collection of U.S. telephone records before leaving Washington, D.C., on a two-month break. Congress is scheduled to leave town for its fall recess by ... #U.S. Senate #U.S. House of Representatives #U.S. Congress #National Security Agency