Word of the day for India’s Prime Minister

Main Entry: prej·u·dice
Pronunciation: 'pre-j&-d&s
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin praejudicium previous judgment, damage, from prae- + judicium judgment — more at JUDICIAL

a (1) : preconceived judgment or opinion (2) : an adverse opinion or leaning formed without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge b : an instance of such judgment or opinion [Merriam-Webster]

Maintaining that there was no evidence to support the ‘unsubstantiated references’ in the Volcker Committee findings, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday made it clear that setting up of the judicial inquiry and the fact finding mission is a ‘search’ for truth. [IE]

3 thoughts on “Prejudice”

  1. Acorn, from Buta Singh to now Natwar, the Congress (and to a smaller extent) is full of people who are so power crazed that they want to stay where they are, no matter what. Something was fishy the way Natwar was handled by Singh, The whole inquiry is a sham and I would not be surprised when Natwar makes an entry back when the noise level has gone down.

    Truly, a sad day, plus he has the guts to shout from the roof tops on this


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  3. India’s Prime Minister is starting to make a noise. Well, some are not happy about it. Apparently the inquiry setup is considered as a hulabaloo. Now, the PM understands that the Congress is flooded by power hungry politicians. One false move and he can kiss his position goodbye.

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