UPA’s land acquisition law likely to be overhauled with many states seeking recast – The Times of India

under fire from angry investors Article by: JAMES ELI SHIFFER , Star Tribune Updated: June 28, 2014 – 6:48 PM In filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission and lawsuits, shareholders have alleged that Edward Adams has at times served as a director, officer, lawyer and stockbroker for Scio, a start-up company that has suffered net losses of $13 million since it went public, with Adams as chairman, in 2011. Edward Adams has been in a long-running battle with investors over a start-up company.
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I’m serious. They are vocal, passionate and involved. They don’t grant free passes to any person or any proposal. They ensure that there are no unexamined policies at City Hall.
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Dear far left: The mentally ill need Laura’s Law – SFGate

Page 1 of 4 NEW DELHI: The ” land acquisition law” bearing Rahul Gandhi’s imprint, enacted by the UPA government last year, came under all-round attack from states, including those ruled by Congress, raising the prospect of drastic changes in its provisions. The meeting of state revenue ministers called by Union rural development minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday saw Congress-ruled states joining those under BJP and others to unanimously seek changes in the law, dubbed as a hurdle in acquisition and industrialization. West Bengal was the sole exception as it maintains that forcible acquisition should not be allowed even for government projects. While the vociferous demand of BJP-ruled states like Goa, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Gujarat to repeal the law was unlikely to be met, sources said there could be significant changes in the existing act.
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Law allows abused immigrant children to stay in the U.S. – CNN.com

His story begins in Anamoros, a city in southeastern El Salvador. At 16, alone, living in poverty, threatened by violent gangs in his neighborhood and practically abandoned by his parents, Vasquez decided to leave everything behind and migrate to the United States.
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