Full Coverage: Retail FDI row
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- TN Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has constantly said her government would not allow FDI in the state.
- CM Oommen Chandy says Centre has been informed of its view that there is no change in its stand.
- Taking its protest against FDI to the streets, opposition parties today said their fight will go on till they ensure that it is scrapped altogether.
- The RBI has also referred alleged violation of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
- The Congress party was ecstatic to see the Parliament speech of Rohtak MP Deepender Singh Hooda on FDI in retail go viral on the social media
- The cat is out of the bag and the proof is properly documented, says BJP
- Walmart spent millions in lobbying, which is illegal in India and is a kind of bribe, says BJP.
- The global retail giant has been waiting for years to open its supermarkets in India.
- Buoyed by the victory on the FDI issue in Parliament, the government today said it will bring more bills in coming weeks for ushering in economic reforms.
- UPA won a hugely symbolic and significant vote in favour of the decision in the Rajya Sabha.
- BJP accuses both parties of having colluded with govt to ensure its victory in Rajya Sabha.
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- BSP chief targets Sushma Swaraj in speech
- Party had staged a walkout in the Lok Sabha, helping bail out the government in the vote.
- After having spoken against retail FDI during LS debate, SP had staged a walkout before vote.
- Warning comes even though Sharad Pawar-led NCP voted in favour of the move in Lok Sabha.
- The government has decided to make FDI in multi-brand retail possible even in cities with a population under one million, a move that is set to bring many smaller cities under the FDI-in-retail ambit
- The debate on FDI speaks to the petit bourgeois imagination
- Government won the vote on FDI in retail. But what was the opposition opposing anyway?