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Global Banking News-June 10, 2013--Yes Bank chief decries shareholder move(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Bush Robin Hood For The Rich decries the administration's narrow-minded attempts to partially privatize Social Security without providing any transition fund for the interim monies that would be lost; the administration's alienation of its foreign allies in the years after the September 11 attacks due its blind press for war in Iraq; and the administration's utter failure to balance the budget or prevent an explosion of the national deficit.
But the picture that Wu decries as caricature in Yellow is consistent with the experiences of many people-for example, most of my Cambodian, Korean, and East Indian friends.
Columnist Charles Kaiser decries the fact that "thousands of decent priests are now living under a cloud" because of the mishandling of the sexual scandal [Last Word, May 28].
Right,'' replies Beatty, who today decries the influence of money in politics, and champions free airtime for candidates.
He also decries "the mechanized pursuit of wildlife.
Emphasizing that only large-scale, prospective trials of various treatments will settle the debate, she decries U.
The Chief Justice decries rampant incompetence, while the profession seems to return the compliment.
Like Roosevelt before her, Cook is a politically passionate woman who decries "the lack of social justice in these mean-spirited times.
Like many other allegedly deep thinkers in the area of health care, Callahan decries the growing percentage of the U.
Calling for "a new conservatism of the heart," Buchanan decries such business practices: "We have obligations to each other.
She decries those who would cut the nation's social safety net at a time when jobs and careers no longer are secure.
He decries "the overveneration of personal autonomy" and criticizes those who "acknowledge obesity as a personal health problem but deny its importance nationally, thereby relegating it to a simple matter of choice and assumption of the risk.