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The government has a large department to disseminate information to the media in the Press Information Bureau (PIB). Yet PIB was unable to find anyone to transcribe tapes of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s interview with editors last week. Instead, the transcription was done by Raj Chengappa, editor-in-chief of the and one of the editors invited for this first of a series of weekly meetings that the prime minister has planned.
 

A clarification
With reference to the Chinese Whisper regarding the transcription of prime minister’s remarks to a group of editors last week, it is clarified that the transcription was not done by Raj Chengappa, editor-in-chief of the Tribune Group of Publications.

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Pressed for ability

The government has a large department to disseminate information to the media in the Press Information Bureau (PIB). Yet PIB was unable to find anyone to transcribe tapes of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s interview with editors last week. Instead, the transcription was done by Raj Chengappa, editor-in-chief of the Tribune Group of Publications and one of the editors invited for this first of a series of weekly meetings that the prime minister has planned.

The government has a large department to disseminate information to the media in the Press Information Bureau (PIB). Yet PIB was unable to find anyone to transcribe tapes of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s interview with editors last week. Instead, the transcription was done by Raj Chengappa, editor-in-chief of the Tribune Group of Publications and one of the editors invited for this first of a series of weekly meetings that the prime minister has planned.
 

A clarification
With reference to the Chinese Whisper regarding the transcription of prime minister’s remarks to a group of editors last week, it is clarified that the transcription was not done by Raj Chengappa, editor-in-chief of the Tribune Group of Publications.

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