Now MMS will offer an interview to Simon Denyer. All firang journalists will be very happy with MMS.
Hartosh Singh Bal on the whole Simon Denyer-WaPo saga (also includes a roundup of recent plagiarism controversies)
Is it a compliment when the government of one of the largest countries in the world demands that you apologise for something you wrote? Ask Simon Denyer, India bureau chief of The Washington Post and a former Reuters editor based in Washington, D.C., and India.
There're speculations that PM got into action after WaPo's criticism. I guess Simon Denyer is the father of 2nd wave of reforms
An Excellent Geopolitics Pressure Cooker : The Washington Post reporter 'Simon Denyer' (on Behalf of US) had...
Simon Denyer and his buddies seem unusually quiet methinks.
A retort to Simon Denyer's pathetic diatribe..
That story of MMS "dramatic fall from grace" in Washington Post finally did it! Now Simon Denyer will have to write another article soon
Credit for FDI & other reforms should also go Simon Denyer, it seems his blog post made the difference. Dil per lagegi tabhi baat banegi.
“denyer: Depressing story about the ridiculous conspiracy theories in the media in Kashmir.
Unfollowing Simon Denyer since the WaPo controversy is khatam.
A perfect storm was brewed out of a non-event when media advisor to Dr Manmohan Singh thought that he would crush journalist Simon Denyer,
The to and fro detail on Denyer and everything in between
You can't talk about Manmohan Singh that way!
Indian prime minister’s office responds to Washington Post’s profile on Manmohan Singh September 6, 2012 By votecongress Leave a Comment By Anup Kaphle The office of India’s prime minister objected to The Washington Post’s front-page article, published Sept. 5, 2012, on Manmohan Singh’s evolution as a leader. The following is a letter from the Prime Minister’s office: Dear Simon, We do not complain about criticism of the government which is a journalist’s right. But I am writing this letter for pointing out unethical and unprofessional conduct at your part. I would like to put on record my complaint about your article which was published today on many counts: — Despite all lines of conversations open, you never got in touch with us for our side of the story though you regularly talk to me about information from the PMO. This story thus becomes totally one sided. — You have been telling the media here in India that your request for an interview was declined though the mail below says clea ...
If Zakaria does it, blasphemy. If Simon Denyer does it, he has to apologise to the PM. If Samar Halarnkar does it, silent Gnight!
For those who missed last week's debate on TimesNow with Arnab, Meghnad Desai, Simon Denyer and myself
As a Washington Post article on the allegedly poor leadership of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh created a strong reaction in Delhi, the influential US daily's correspondent said he stood by the story and offered no apology. "I stand by the story," wrote Simon Denyer, the Post's India bureau chief ...
The ONSET OF A FINANCIAL TURMOIL in INDIA' NEW DELHI — India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh helped set his country on the path to modernity, prosperity and power, but critics say the shy, soft-spoken 79-year-old is in danger of going down in history as a failure. - The Washington Post by Simon Denyer Published September 4, 2012.
Earlier Simon Denyer now Francois Gautier, Everybody revealing the truth. and they r asked for apology for their point of view. Uf.
Whether or not Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is a tragic figure, it is clear that his office's media management is tragically inept. By practically whining about a perfectly ordinary news profile about Dr. Singh in The Washington Post, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has given the article the weight it does not deserve. The profile published by the Post on Sep 4 said the prime minister's image of a "scrupulously honorable, humble and intellectual technocrat" had turned into one who is "a dithering, ineffectual bureaucrat presiding over a deeply corrupt government". As profiles go this one by the newspaper's Delhi correspondent Simon Denyer is one of those quickly marshalled pieces reliably reflecting the popular sentiment in the country's middle class and republishing some fairly pungent comments by eminent names such as historian Ramchandra Guha and Manmohan Singh's former media adviser and economist Dr. Sanjay Baru. Even there Denyer was caught flatfooted by first disregarding to mention that the quot ...
Communication advisor to the PMO, Pankaj Pachauri, shot off a rejoinder to the India bureau chief Simon Denyer on Thursday.
The Hindustan Times reports I and B Minister Ambika Soni says the Indian government will demand that The Washington Post apologize for its Delhi correspondent Simon Denyer calling Prime Minister Manmohan Singh a silent tragic figure. Let me make a few points: 1) It is not the Post or Denyer calling him a tragic figure but Ramchandra Guha 2) It is not just the paper and the journalist calling him silent. Many in India do 3) So what? 4) Tell Soni and Denyer to slug it out in the Lodhi Gardens.
The Washington Post Mamata Banerjee personifies populist force in Indian politics Simon Denyer MAY 21 Banerjee personifies the rising importance of regional parties in India and has become the single biggest obstacle to economic liberalization. India’s ‘elder sister’ MAY 21 Mamata Banerjee is a rising force in Indian politics, and the biggest obstacle its economic liberalization.
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Theatre of absurd as Gaddafi propaganda machine fails to prove accounts of mass civilian deaths. In The Washington Post.
Business leaders fear chaos after Gaddafi - Washington Post
Go for it! India’s activists keep tabs on politicians’ performances - The Washington Post
Gaddafi’s youngest son killed in NATO airstrike
Libya threatens ships delivering aid to Misurata, as NATO catches the government trying to mine the harbor.
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An interview with Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the Libyan leader - Washington Post: msnbc.comAn intervie...
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