PRESS MEET

  • Kaushambi residents disrupt AAP press meet January 16, 2014

    A press conference of Aam Aadmi Party was disrupted on Thursday by some residents of Kaushambi area who alleged that the party volunteers are causing inconvenience to them by parking their vehicles outside their houses. As the press meet of party leader Yogendra Yadav which was being held on the road...
  • Pitroda to hold first global press meet on Twitter November 1, 2012

    New Delhi: Sam Pitroda, Adviser to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, will hold the firstever global press conference on Friday on microblogging site Twitter to discuss global innovation. "Sam Pitroda, Adviser to the Indian Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations and Chairman, National Innovation Council will host the first...
  • Govt goes live on Twitter, Pitroda answers queries September 25, 2012

    New Delhi: Following in the footsteps of the tech savvy Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, the UPA government held a 'press conference' on Twitter. Sam Pitroda, the PM's adviser on public information, addressed a conference on 'democratisation of information' between 3:30 and 4:15 pm. Pitroda used his Twitter handle @pitrodasam for...
  • CNNIBN exclusive: BJP reacts to PM press meet February 16, 2011

    New Delhi: BJP MP Arun Jaitley in his interview with CNNIBN EditorinChief Rajdeep Sardesai criticised the Prime Minister of not taking personal responsibility for his government and passing the buck to other ministers in his cabinet. Rajdeep Sardesai: Joining us now is the BJP's leader in the Rajya Sabha, Mr Arun...
  • Manmohan Singh's Press meet: blow by blow May 24, 2010

    New Delhi: Manmohan Singh held his first formal press meet on Indian soil as prime minister during the second term of the UPA government at Vigyan Bhawan here on Monday. Here is what the PM said on various questions put to him. On inflation and economy: The PM promises that inflation...
  • Let law decide Afzal Guru case, says PM May 24, 2010

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said the "law of the land" should be allowed to take its course in dealing with the issue of Parliament attack death row convict Afzal Guru. "There is law of the land. They should be allowed to have their course," Singh said replying...