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The Morning Wrap: Pawar Asks Modi To Rescind State Veto On GM Crop Trials; India Plans 'Green' Supercomputers

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Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi (L) and Indian Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar greet each other before the launch of the 'Mission Milk' National Dairy Plan at the National Dairy Development Board, NDDB, Amul in Anand town, some 75 kms from Ahmedabad, on April 19, 2012. Indian Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar launched the National Dairy Plan in the presence of Gujarat state Chief Minister, Narendra Modi. AFP PHOTO / Sam PANTHAKY (Photo credit should read SAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images)

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