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Mamata attacks PM, warns of hard decisions if no rollback

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Taking a swipe at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by stressing leaders should be more concerned about common people than personal laurels, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee Saturday asked the Congress to face "hard decisions" or roll back the twin "anti-people" polices of FDI in retail and the diesel price hike.
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Source: News - on September 18, 2012

News video: Mamata, a trustworthy and responsible UPA ally: Cong

Mamata, a trustworthy and responsible UPA ally: Cong

New Delhi, Sep 18 (ANI): Even as TMC Chief, Mamata Banerjee looks all set to make some hard decisions to finalize whether she should quit the UPA coalition over the recent stack of reforms announced by the Government last week, Congress Leader, Jagdambika Pal today assured that the government will...

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