NEW DELHI: Smarting from PM's former media adviser Sanjaya Baru's allegations that Sonia Gandhi undercut Manmohan Singh's authority , Congress leaders feel that glaring inconsistencies expose a deep set anti-Gandhi family bias. Congress sources ... Times of India, 2 days ago
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Sanjaya Baru's, The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh is buzzing with business. The book has given Penguin its blockbuster of the season. Congress loyalists have only themselves to blame for the serious money ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 days ago Book on Accidental PM Roils Congress India-West, 4 days ago Sonia weakened Manmohan: Former PM media adviser Oneindia, 1 week ago Sonia's Instructions Were Sought on PMO Decisions: Book Outlook, 1 week ago
Sanjaya Baru's book Accidental PM details how governance became accidental & institutions incidental
By: Srivatsa Krishna Good governance is the leitmotif of India's electoral discourse today. It is an often used and even more often abused term. But what actually defines weak governance? Sanjaya Baru , in a brutally courageous account of his ...Economic Times, 4 days ago Accidental PM: Sanjaya Baru's book details how governance became accidental & institutions incidental Economic Times, 4 days ago Sins of outsourced leadership Times of India, 5 days ago
Manmohan fears a Narasimha Rao-like legacy "I have done nothing wrong, I want to go as an honourable man," the PM is believed to have told one of his confidants at a meeting last month.
He probably has less than three months in his job, and he's all but forgotten, despite holding the job for 10 years, in the great cacophonous conversation that's Indian election. But this near-irrelevancy in current public discourse notwithstanding, ...Times of India, 1 month ago Manmohan's fear of a Narasimha Rao-like legacy: His regrets and his last few hopes Times of India, 1 month ago Rao like legacy for PM? Story of high office in low spirits | Can Modi win UP? Economic Times, 1 month ago PM's legacy to go down as that of Narasimha Rao? | Is Modi India's Putin? Economic Times, 1 month ago
The finance ministry on Tuesday approved the Rangarajan Committee's recommendations for rescheduling of premium payments by highway developers, in what was one of the last policy decisions of the UPA government. Leading infrastructure companies, ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
By the time officials in the Defence Ministry received a copy of V K Singh's petition, news had trickled in, first, via intelligence inputs, of unusual movement of a mechanised infantry unit from Hisar. (PTI) So rattled was the UPA government with ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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