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10 Things I Learned From ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’

April 27, 2014
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10 Things I Learned From ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’

Tweet 1) Manmohan Singh ji can in fact talk. Even if his secretaries need to highlight sentences in his speeches where they want him to put more emphasis, or sections where they expect applause so that he can stop. He can speak. Allah be praised. 2) It wasn’t like Sonia ji didn’t let him do anything. Yes he...
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The Importance of Being Manmohan Singh

September 29, 2013
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The Importance of Being Manmohan Singh

Tweet These days it feels like the whole world is going through a lover’s tiff with our good Prime Minister. The poor guy has gone to America, popularly known in IT circles as ‘onsite’, and they still won’t leave him alone for a nice vacation to do a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour of Manhattan. First Rahul...
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Open Letter to the Indian PM

June 6, 2011
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Open Letter to the Indian PM

Tweet Dear Mr Prime Minister, We write this letter to you from the bottom of a pit of great despair and frustration. We just don’t get it. There’s too many funny events happening in our country, and as the head of family somewhere it all seems to be your responsibility. And no, by funny...
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ObaMake-It-Happen

November 8, 2010
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ObaMake-It-Happen

Tweet Obama may not promise to blow up Pakistan any day soon, or even to help India get into the UN Security Council, but here’s a few things that could make this trip worthwhile for us Indians. 1. Salaries in India are getting higher, and the attrition rate is a killer. Can we outsource...
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Manmohan Singh Gets His I-Day Speech

August 14, 2010
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Manmohan Singh Gets His I-Day Speech

Tweet …and this is where Manmohan Singh’s Independance day speech was drafted.
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The World This Week – 24 May 2009

May 27, 2009
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The World This Week – 24 May 2009

Tweet Manmohan Singh formed his second government following the UPA’s comprehensive win in the election. There was some drama over ministerial allocations with the DMK trying some hard bargaining for a few extra cabinet berths. The beacon of change – Barrack Obama called up our Prime Minister. Maybe his inspirational effect will rub off...
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The World This Week – 17 May 2009

May 19, 2009
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The World This Week – 17 May 2009

Tweet The great Indian elections of 2009 are over after five phases of voting spread over a month, over 400 million votes cast, several thousand candidates, and billions of dollars spent by all concerned. The massive logistical exercise ended in a massive victory for the Congress, which gained plenty of seats at the expense...
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A Brief History of the Bofors Scandal

May 7, 2009
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A Brief History of the Bofors Scandal

Tweet Last week the CBI removed Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrochi from its wanted list, and removed the Interpol Red Corner notice against him. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh soon supported this decision saying that the case had become an embarrassment for the government. “It is not a good reflection on the Indian legal system that...
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Questions for Mr Manmohan Singh

April 12, 2009
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Questions for Mr Manmohan Singh

Tweet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is a universally respected man well known for his prowess as an economist, and recognized as the man responsible for India’s economic resurgence in the nineties. He has a CV to die for. He has a clean record. He is cool and pleasant natured. He is respected by all....
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The World This Week – 5 Apr 2009

April 7, 2009
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The World This Week – 5 Apr 2009

Tweet The week began on a jingoist note as the hyper nationalists of Shiv Sena attacked lawyer Anjali Waghmare because she is going to be the lawyer for 11/26 terrorist Kasab. Poor woman is just doing her job – she was appointed by the court as Kasab’s lawyer. On the positive side, now that...
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Mommy Mommy

December 5, 2008
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Tweet The drama continues… Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said it was the “obligation” of the world community to ensure that perpetrators of the “horrible” crime are brought to justice Singh said India will await the “outcome” of its message to the world before deciding on future course of action with regard to...
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