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Topic - Sonia Gandhi
India's army and navy canceled New Year's celebrations Monday out of respect for a New Delhi student whose gang-rape and fatal beating has set off an impassioned debate about what the nation needs to do to prevent such a tragedy from happening again.
India's army and navy canceled New Year's celebrations on Monday out of respect for a New Delhi student whose gang-rape and murder has set off an impassioned debate about what the nation needs to do to prevent such a tragedy from happening again.
A young woman who died after being gang-raped and beaten on a bus in India's capital was cremated Sunday amid an outpouring of anger and grief by millions across the country demanding greater protection for women from sexual violence.
The leaders of India's ruling Congress party addressed a rare gathering of hundreds of thousands of supporters Sunday, attempting to reclaim lost political ground after being battered by a series of corruption scandals.
India's top telecommunications official said Tuesday that Internet giants such as Facebook and Google have ignored his demands to screen derogatory material from their sites, so the government would have to act on its own.
Pollyannas had looked to the globe's "emerging economies" - China, India, Brazil, et al. - for growth to help ward off worldwide economic recession, as the Western economies and Japan stumbled.
The Indian ambassador was censored by her own embassy.
The leader of India's ruling Congress Party accused the opposition of unfairly targeting the prime minister in a telecoms scandal that cost the country billions and has paralyzed Parliament.
"It is a special moment for us women, and men of course, in our country because for the first time we have a woman being elected president of India," said Congress leader Sonia Gandhi, who hand-picked Mrs. Patil after Congress and opposition parties failed to agree on a common candidate.
Immediately after his appearance, his mother, Sonia Gandhi, the president of the party, took the microphone and said she assumes responsibility.