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Look forward to reading Sonia Gandhi's book Natwar Singh

Aug 01, 2014

Look forward to reading Sonia Gandhi's book Natwar Singh

Natwar Singh, former Congress leader, on Friday said that the strong reaction from Sonia Gandhi to his new book, proves that it has touched a "raw nerve" and something has "upset" her so much that she came out. #India #Manmohan Singh #Congress #NewsTracker #Rahul Gandhi #Pulok Chatterjee #Natwar Singh
After 10 years in office, Manmohan Singh bids adieu to PMO staff

May 14, 2014

After 10 years in office, Manmohan Singh bids adieu to PMO staff

Around 110 staff of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) gathered at South Block to give a farewell to Manmohan Singh, who steps down on 17 May after a decade at the helm of the country. While few satff were spotted with teary eyes, Singh seemed cheerful as he thanked the members of PMO. Here are the images. #Manmohan Singh #PMO #Prime Minister's Office #Pulok Chatterjee #ImagesOfTheDay #South Block
PM's surrender to Sonia Baru proves what we already knew

Apr 14, 2014

PM's surrender to Sonia Baru proves what we already knew

The most important disclosure in Sanjaya Baru's book is not the idea of dual power centres, but that Manmohan Singh had clearly surrendered to Sonia's will in UPA-2. There was only one power centre. This damages both Singh and Sonia #Politics #HowThisWorks #India #Sonia Gandhi #Manmohan Singh #Pranab Mukherjee #PMO #UPA 2 #Pulok Chatterjee #Sanjaya Baru #Book Watch #Dual Power Centres
PMO dismisses Baru's claims, calls it 'baseless and mischievous'

Apr 13, 2014

PMO dismisses Baru's claims, calls it 'baseless and mischievous'

The PMO statement came as opposition launched a scathing attack on Gandhi and the prime minister, citing the claims by Baru. #Sonia Gandhi #Manmohan Singh #Congress #NewsTracker #PMO #Pulok Chatterjee #Pankaj Pachauri #Sanjaya Baru
PM leaves for Thailand, seeks to elevate bilateral ties

May 30, 2013

PM leaves for Thailand, seeks to elevate bilateral ties

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today left for Thailand after wrapping up his Japan visit, during which the two sides decided to accelerate talks on a civil nuclear deal and bolster maritime security cooperation. #World #India #Manmohan Singh #Japan #Thailand #Yingluck Shinawatra #Pulok Chatterjee #Asean #Bangkok #Look East policy #Shivshankar Menon