Posts Tagged Manmohan singh
Antony spoke in many words but a different kind of “silence” than “Maunmohan” Singh: he did not categorically say that bribe was not taken by Mrs. Sonia Gandhi or others. It means he did not issue any certificate of honesty to them. He said that Mrs. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi never “interfered in the Augusta deal”. Was he any different from other ministers who simply signed the files sent to them for signatures after Mrs. Sonia Gandhi had “approved” them? Even Dr. MMS was the subject of satire in cartoons on TV and print media signing files marked approved. Had the details of bribe been disclosed to AK Antony, he would not have signed the file. So, the question of interference would not arise. But mark the use of the verb “interfere”.
Narendra Modi had established his political leadership on 16 May 2014 when he led his party to the most unexpected and stunning victory in the elections to the Indian parliament. His economic leadership was awaited for the budget 2014-15 to to reveal. The budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had nothing stunning or unprecedented […]
Too much is being written about the “image” of Dr. Manmohan Singh, outgoing prime minister of India, after the launch of Sanjaya Baru’s book “An Accidental Prime Minister”. TV shows and newspaper editorials are ruing the dent to the image of Dr. Singh, especially comparing as they saw it in 2009 and now in May […]
Sanjaya Baru, former media Adviser to the Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh, has published a book titled The Accidental Prime Minister giving an insider’s view of the running of the government since 2004. There is nothing startling about its contents which were public knowledge and had already been published in articles, comments and […]
The Election Commission of India is going to announce the dates for the general election 2014 on 5 March. The developments are being watched keenly for several reasons. One is the people’s loss of faith in the Manmohan Singh led UPA-II government, which is crossed all records of corruption anywhere in the world. The TimesNow […]
The FIR (First Information Report) filed by the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) against the major aluminium producing private sector company in India, HINDALCO, and its Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla has been one of the biggest news stories of the week for many reasons. The CBI is investigating in to acts of omission and/or corruption, […]