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No beating about the bush.
Responding to comments sought by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on a letter from...
For television companies, it was a second extravaganza in three months. In April-May, they bombarded us with breathless, but wrong, forecast on the general elections and inane post-election talkfest, with no apology for getting it all wrong. In July, they were back with another tamasha – the Budget coverage. This year’s Budget was hyped-up by the media as the mother of all reforms, a roadmap...