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Cotton Export Ban and the UPA

A couple of days ago I had tweeted the following on the Government of India’s decision to ban cotton exports. Can’t understand this outrage against cotton export! It is clear case of *Choice and Consequence* Happy Govt acted (1/2) — sridhar krishna (@sridharkswamy) March 7, 2012 (2/2) even if decision […]


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