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Indian flower-sellers arrange their goods outside a temple in New Delhi on November 5, 2012. The ruling Congress party has rolled out its big guns to defend the move to let the likes of Walmart set up shop in India, but they are confronting an alliance stretching across the political spectrum. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's left-leaning government announced in September that it was lowering the bar for foreign firms to operate in sectors ranging from retail to insurance, in a bid to revive its fortunes before elections in 2014 but elsewhere in the country, a broad array of Congress opponents are vowing to scupper the changes. AFP PHOTO/Anna ZIEMINSKI (Photo credit should read ANNA ZIEMINSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian flower-sellers arrange their goods outside a temple in New Delhi on November 5, 2012. The ruling Congress party has rolled out its big guns to defend the move to let the likes of Walmart set up shop in India, but they are confronting an alliance stretching across the political spectrum. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's left-leaning government announced in September that it was lowering the bar for foreign firms to operate in sectors ranging from retail to insurance, in a bid to revive its fortunes before elections in 2014 but elsewhere in the country, a broad array of Congress opponents are vowing to scupper the changes. AFP PHOTO/Anna ZIEMINSKI (Photo credit should read ANNA ZIEMINSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian flowersellers arrange their goods outside a temple in New... News Photo 155559776Arranging,Economy,Finance,Horizontal,India,Indian,Merchandise,New Delhi,TemplePhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPIndian flower-sellers arrange their goods outside a temple in New Delhi on November 5, 2012. The ruling Congress party has rolled out its big guns to defend the move to let the likes of Walmart set up shop in India, but they are confronting an alliance stretching across the political spectrum. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's left-leaning government announced in September that it was lowering the bar for foreign firms to operate in sectors ranging from retail to insurance, in a bid to revive its fortunes before elections in 2014 but elsewhere in the country, a broad array of Congress opponents are vowing to scupper the changes. AFP PHOTO/Anna ZIEMINSKI (Photo credit should read ANNA ZIEMINSKI/AFP/Getty Images)