Media 3 April 2014 The Mumbai Mirror makes the most sarcastic newspaper "correction" of all time Offers "sincere and unconditional hypocrisy". Your move, Modi. Photo: Getty Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up The Mumbai Mirror has published one of the most passive aggressive non-correcting corrections this mole has ever seen: Hahaha, well played, Mumbai Mirror. pic.twitter.com/nmsfPpOIki — Ashish Shakya (@stupidusmaximus) April 2, 2014 It reads: For the past 12 years we have been writing about the chief minister of Gujarat as being responsible for the happenings in his state. We called him a communalist with no grip on his administration. A man unable to curb violence against thousands of citizens, and who showed laxity in prosecuting its perpetrators. Now that he is clearly ahead in the polls we realise we have been utterly mistaken. He is in fact a visionary with a total grip on his administration. His revolutionary view on development has made life better for thousands of citizens. We are shocked by our misidentification and we offer Mr Modi our most sincere and unconditional hypocrisy. Signed, All journalists and anchors BURN. Update: Aaker Patel, in whose column the "clarification" appears, makes a habit of poking fun at the Indian prime ministerial candidate - here he is offering Modi action figures for sale, which he says are "not suitable for thinking adults". › I wonder what my younger self would’ve made of the House of Lords – and its hairdryers I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe To stay on top of global affairs and enjoy even more international coverage subscribe for just £1 per month!