Anti-corruption campaigner’s error of judgement

20 April 2011

An item in Raisina Tattle, the gossip colum in the Delhi tabloid, Mail Today.

Image: courtesy Mail Today

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2 Responses to “Anti-corruption campaigner’s error of judgement”

  1. Mahesh Vijapurkar Says:

    “Planning to lodge a complaint”? If and when done, the newspaper should carry the report.

  2. kukkumol Says:

    Its the wisdom of senior members of parliament that prevailed to day to reach the Standing Committee who are entitled to include in the main personality of the presented Bill, the knowledgeable / scholastic people, the NGOs, the best principles of laws from other countries and so on. The Bill is finally shaped and recommended to Parliament for their voting to approval as per democratic / Republic laws. All the fetish debates inside and outside went unheard due to lack of anchoring of information on law making constitutes.


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