FILE - In this Friday, May 1, 2009 file photo, Trinamool Congress party leader Mamata Banerjee, left, gestures as Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, attends an election campaign at Howrah, India. Manmohan Singh's coalition has splintered after Banerjee protested the decision to allow foreign retail chains to come into the country and demanded an immediate rollback or she would pull out of the coalition. But since pushing through a battery of unexpected economic reforms last week, and refusing to back down in the face of protests and political threats, Singh appeared to have rejuvenated a government thought hopelessly paralyzed. (AP Photo/Sucheta Das, File)

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FILE - In this Friday, May 1, 2009 file photo, Trinamool Congress party leader Mamata Banerjee, left, gestures as Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, attends an election campaign at Howrah, India.  Manmohan Singh's coalition has splintered after Banerjee protested the decision to allow foreign retail chains to come into the country and demanded an immediate rollback or she would pull out of the coalition. But since pushing through a battery of unexpected economic reforms last week, and refusing to back down in the face of protests and political threats, Singh appeared to have rejuvenated a government thought hopelessly paralyzed. (AP Photo/Sucheta Das, File)
FILE - In this Friday, May 1, 2009 file photo, Trinamool Congress party leader Mamata Banerjee, left, gestures as Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, attends an election campaign at Howrah, India. Manmohan Singh's coalition has splintered after Banerjee protested the decision to allow foreign retail chains to come into the country and demanded an immediate rollback or she would pull out of the coalition. But since pushing through a battery of unexpected economic reforms last week, and refusing to back down in the face of protests and political threats, Singh appeared to have rejuvenated a government thought hopelessly paralyzed. (AP Photo/Sucheta Das, File)
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