Indian Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath (C) and Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tewari (L) watch as Indian Finance Minister P. Chidambaram (R) addresses a press conference in New Delhi on March 20, 2013. India's government insisted Wednesday it has the votes to steer major economic reforms through parliament as ministers from the second biggest party in the coalition handed in their resignations.
Let there be public debate and let the people be the final arbiters as to whether the facts as they were stated were correct or incorrect
Now that the CAG is retiring, he is giving full fledged interviews, he'll have time on his hands. So all I am requesting is that at a time and place of his choosing, he can even do it a month or two later -- once he settles down after retirement, lets have a full fledged public debate on his 2G report and let the people judge for themselvesMore quotes »
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Tewari dares CAG to 2G loss debate
that CAG Vinod Rai had done the greatest disservice to the nation, Union information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari on Monday asked him why `1.78 lakh crore was not generated in the 2G auction. The minister also invited Mr Rai to a public debate to from Asian Age Read more »
CAG writing fiction, throwing up mystical numbers: Tewari
Delhi, May 20 (IANS) A day before CAG Vinod Rai demits office, Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari Monday accused him of “fiction writing” on some figures of alleged corruption, saying that the country’s top auditor had done the greatest disservice from HillPost.in Read more »
Trouble at the top: Spiralling trust deficit between Manmohan and Sonia becomes a crisis
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UPA's fact file: Is Bharat really Smiling?
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