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Publisher: Detroit Free Press

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3 Mar 2012

E-mails released by WikiLeaks show Dow Chemical spied on activists over industrial accident in India

Documents released this week show that Midland-based Dow Chemical hired a private intelligence company to spy on activists concerned about continued effects of a 1984 gas leak in India that killed thousands. The group WikiLeaks obtained e-mails that show Dow hired a Texas-based company, Stratfor, to monitor environment and human rights advocates concerned with the leak at a plant in Bhopal, India, that killed about 15,000 and is considered the worst industrial accident in history. Union Carbide, which later was bought by Dow, owned and ran the plant.
Documents released this week show that Midland-based Dow Chemical hired a private intelligence company to spy on...

Publisher: FoxNews.com

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25 Jul 2011

Influence Game: India, Pakistan vie for US backing

Rep. Dan Burton criticized the White House last September for ignoring the persistent violence and unrest in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir. Barack Obama, he noted, pledged during the 2008 presidential campaign to defuse what long has been a flashpoint between Pakistan and India, nuclear-armed neighbors that each claim Kashmir as their own. "So far, this is a promise unfulfilled," Burton, R-Ind., said.
Rep. Dan Burton criticized the White House last September for ignoring the persistent violence and unrest in the...

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23 Mar 2011

Indian prime minister on defensive over WikiLeaks

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took to the floor of both houses of Parliament on Wednesday to defend himself and his party from a growing furor over a WikiLeaks cable alleging government corruption
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took to the floor of both houses of Parliament on Wednesday to defend himself and...
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Publisher: The Washington Post

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17 Mar 2011

Publication of WikiLeaks cable leads to calls for Indian prime minister’s resignation

A WikiLeaks cable suggesting Indian government payoffs to lawmakers to secure support for a controversial nuclear deal in 2008 rocked the parliament Thursday, when opposition parties demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
A WikiLeaks cable suggesting Indian government payoffs to lawmakers to secure support for a controversial nuclear deal...

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