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  • Tabled Snap Change (top and bottom) Tabled Snap Change from the bottom of the deck and the top. "This is a very old idea and not my creation. My input is on the clean up and possibly the get ready."
  • Liberhan report on Babri demolition tabled The Government has gone into damage control mode.
  • Anti-Corruption Commission Bill will be tabled soon Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says the bill will replace the Anti-Corruption Act .
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  • Jennifer Harman - Final Tabled the HORSE Event '07 WSOPE
  • Liberhan report should be tabled in this session: Mulayam
  • Request for Fee Waiver Tabled
  • 2G Spectrum: CAG report tabled in Parliament Government today tabled the CAG report on the 2G spectrum in the Parliament. www.istream.in
  • Food security bill will be tabled: PM Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on February 10 that that the government will sooner than later table the food security bill in the parliament to ensure everyone gets food. www.istream.in
  • No Limit 50 - 2-tabling Session (part 1) 2-tabled some $50 NL and recorded it recently. Pretty interesting run of hands here, at two juicy tables.
  • Regina Domed Stadium Proposal Tabled The cost would be $386 million, plus another $45 million if the dome is retractable. The provincial government will decide in late spring 2010 whether to proceed. The required contributions from city and federal governments haven't been decided. The hit for taxpayers is discussed at the 5 minute mark, with comments by Colin Craig of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and Pat Fiacco, Mayor of Regina. Find out more at
  • The Tabled Pass simple cut by Richard Robinson REMEMBER: its not bad to leave comments, or subscribe!!
  • NYAYO NATIONAL STADIUM PROCEEDINGS TO BE TABLED AT THE FLOOR OF THE HOUSE ON THURSDAY NEXT WEEK
  • Tabling of Petition to end North Korean Gulags Today, I tabled a petition that was put together by the Council for Human Rights in North Korea. The petitioners are calling upon the Government of Canada to use all means available to put pressure on North Korea to end and dismantle the Kwan-li-so political prison camps, or the gulags, where all kinds of atrocities are taking place. It's time for this government to act.
  • Tabled faro (slow-motion) Charlie Miller shuffle, performed in slow motion, viewed from reverse angle. For those having difficulty with this shuffle, note that the cards weave ABOVE the thumbs.
  • Iran 'Smart Sanctions' Dangerous? UN draft resolution tabled Iran is facing new sanctions, after the US put forward draft measures against the country for refusing to halt nuclear enrichment. The proposal has been accepted by veto-wielding countries in the UN Security Council - and is now being circulated to all members. The move comes despite Iran's nuclear swap deal to ship uranium to Turkey for enrichment.
  • Puducherry Budget to be tabled on Mar 25 The Puducherry government will table the state budget on March 25. www.istream.in
  • Artur Report Tabled Parliament has paved the way for the debate of a report recommending that President Mwai Kibaki be probed over his alleged association with the shadowy Artur brothers. Speaker Kenneth Marende has allowed the re-tabling of a report by two committees of the 9th parliament which indictes top government officials for facilitating the Artur brother's illegal activities which included a violent raid on the Ktn premises and the standard newspaper printing press.
  • Amendment to Franchise Act 1998 to be tabled by year end Disputes between franchisors and franchisees will soon be a thing of the past once the Franchise Act 1998 is amended and tabled in parliament by year end.
  • Marc Emery Stop-Extradition Petitions tabled by MPs from three parties Members of Parliament from three parties -- Conservative, Liberal, and New Democrat -- tabled petitions with thousands of signatures seeking to stop the extradition to the US of online marijuana seed seller, Marc Emery. --- House of Commons - Monday, March 15, 2010 The three MP's who displayed personal integrity by presenting the petitions are: * Ontario Conservative MP Scott Reid of Ontario * Vancouver South Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh * Vancouver East NDP MP Libby Davies These MP's deserve our admiration for standing up for an issue of national sovereignty and disproportionate punishment when so many others look the other way.
  • CNBC: INDIA BUSINESS HOUR: IMPORTANT BILLS TABLED IN PARLIAMENT The government sets the ball rolling on crucial reforms... The GST Constitution Amendment Bill & banking bill are tabled... All this as the lok sabha passes the finance bill
  • The Motion Is Tabled! A way-too-small shirt and then me playing with my big belly on a table. Hope you like... and thanks for all your great suggestions!
  • A variation of the Charle Miller tabled spin pass Learn This Sleight now ONLY $2.87 Instant Download Video Tutorial
  • Bulletin # 2 - 2G scam: CAG report tabled in Parliament Nov. 16 '10 Government Tuesday tabled in Parliament the CAG report on 2G spectrum allocation, whose reported extracts have created a political storm and led to the resignation of Telecom Minister A Raja. A look at the top news stories at 12:00 pm IST on Nov. 16,'10. For more news and ***ysis, log on to
  • New National Product Safety Legislation Re-Tabled In Canada Contaminated foods, dangerous approved drugs, and toxic toys are among the products set to result in new responsibility and liability for product manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. Recently, legislation has been re-tabled for Canada's National Government to police the safety of consumer products, and is likely to pass, imposing severe punishment on those who willfully expose Canadians to such health danger. The proposed legislation is to include fines up to $5 million per offence, government power of recall on all products, and mandatory reporting of any serious product incident or defect (even if discovered before the product gets to market). Consumers (ie voters) demanded and got these changes.
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  • Ram Pradhan report tabled in Maharashtra Assembly The Maharashtra govt finally tabled the Rampradhan Committee report on 26/11 attacks but it is trying to avoid a debate on it since it had been leaked earlier. As a result, proceedings in the assembly have been held up by the opposition.
  • CNBC WHAT'S HOT: DIRECT TAXES CODE TABLED IN PARLIAMENT The Finance Minister tabled the Direct Taxes Code in Parliament today. The major highlight is that the DTC will be effective only from 1 April, 2012. Revenue Secretary Sunil Mitra says the switchover to DTC with higher exemption limits and lower corporate tax will cost the govt a revenue loss of 53000 crore rupees. Guests: Gautam Mehra, Executive Director of PwC, Sudhir Kapadia, Partner, E&Y and V Balakrishnan, Sr VP & CFO of Infosys.
  • DTC Bill Tabled: Special Debate 1 Two years and the much debate later, the headline issues such as MAT on assets, no exemptions, 25% corporate tax and the EET regime are 12 feet under the ground. And for the most part the Direct Tax Code tabled in Parliament this week makes little material difference to the domestic taxability of individuals and companies.
  • Draft law tabled in parliament The country edged yet closer to a new document as the latest draft was tabled in Parliament. House Speaker Kenneth Marende told the MPs to seize the moment and book their place in history. But as NTVs Rashid Ronald reports, the House has tough options should it want to change the draft.
  • Women's bill tabled in Rajya Sabha The long-delayed Women's Reservation Bill has been tabled in Rajya Sabha amid dramatic scenes and protests by Samajwadi Party members. Congratulating the UPA government for introducing the bill, the Left said that the Standing Committee should clear it within a specific timeframe and send it back to Parliament.
  • Emotion Tabled Anger manifests in many ways, none productive. 1st Prize winning solo from the Stuttgart Solo-Tanz Festival, 2007 Choreographed and danced by: Ryan Lawrence
  • Bill to end film incentives tabled by committee a legislative committee shoots down a controversial plan to eliminate the state's subsidy for the film industry. stuart dyson is live at the capitol where the axe fell late this afternoon. the plan to wipe out the taxpayer rebates to movie- makers is dead on arrival in its first committee hearing. the house labor committee just said no to the plan to end the practice of repaying 25 cents to film production companies for every dollar they spend making movies here. representative dennis kintigh is convinced it's a one-way deal - good for the movie-makers - bad for the taxpayers - but dozens of new mexico business people and employees showed up saying he's wrong - that the movie-makers will move on without the rebates. " about 50 to 60 percent of my business is the film industry and if there's any kind of cuts i don't know if i can stay open and keep my employees." " these drivers have good jobs here - they want to keep those good jobs and we want to keep them here and those incentives help bring that work to new mexico - thank you." the committee voted 5 to 4 - tabling the bill - which effectively kills the bill for this session - very difficult to revive it. but those in the film industry know it's not time to break out the champagne and celebrate - there will be other bills to make changes in the movie subsidy - including governor martinez's proposal to reduce the rebate from 25 cents to 15 cents on the dollar - a redeuction of 40 percent.
  • Voter ID bill tabled A House Committee in Santa Fe has scuttled a proposal that would require New Mexico voters to show identification at the polls.
  • Scuffles, slogans as Babri report tabled in parliament 17 years after the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the report of the Liberhan Commission of Inquiry was tabled in parliament today amid turmoil, slogan shouting and even scuffles between MPs of various parties. www.istream.in
  • Draft tabled in Parliament today The draft's debut in parliament comes on a backdrop of huge optimism among political parties and the parliamentary select committee having dropped their hard-line stances in a spirit of give and take and help Kenyans realize a decade long dream of having a new constitution. President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga have taken a backseat position in the review process and instead, urging their respective parties to support the draft on the floor of the house.
  • Imanyara bill to be tabled in 2 weeks' time www.ntv.co.ke Imenti Central MP Gitobu Imanyara says he is all set to present his bill on a special tribunal when parliament meets in two weeks time. Imanyara says the bill will not exempt any suspect from prosecution no matter their position in government. As Rashid Ronald reports, the legislator says he has a plan b should parliament reject the bill.
  • Threat Letter Tabled In Parliament Imenti central mp Gitobu Imanyara today once again dragged the name of the first family into claims of an alleged plot to assassinate him and other leaders. Imanyara tabled a hand written letter allegedly authored by a police officer attached to the dreaded kwekwe squad, claiming that there was a plot by the state to execute at least five mps, including Gichugu mp Martha Karua.
  • New anti-terror bill tabled in Lok Sabha The government has unveiled its plans to fight terrorism. Two bills were introduced in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. One to set up a national investigation agency with special powers and also to amend the existing law for tougher action.But there are still political hurdles. If cleared, the backbone of the anti-crime law, the Unlawful Activities (prevention) Act will be strengthened.
  • Bulletin # 1 - DTC Bill to be tabled in Parliament today Aug. 30 '10 A look at the top news stories at 06:00 am IST on August 30,'10. For more news and ***ysis, log on to
  • Women's Bill to be tabled on Apr 12 Law minister Veerappa Moily on Sunday said the Women's Reservation Bill would be tabled in the Lok Sabha when the budget session resumes on April 12. www.istream.in
  • Bill to disband KACC to be tabled in Parliament A new bill seeking to disband the Kenya anti corruption commission will be tabled in Parliament this week. Garsen mp Danson Mungatana who is preparing the bill says a new anti-corruption will be established within the Attorney Generals office, if the proposed legislation is passed. -----