A new report that says India's strongest growth of 10.8% happened during the UPA years has stirred up a massive political controversy after the government decided to take it down from its original page and bury it elsewhere with an added warning asking people not to quote it. The warning came after the Congress went to town highlighting its achievements during the 10 years of UPA rule saying the truth had triumphed. On Trending @ 10, we ask: what's the truth behind this GDP mudslinging? Why is the government disavowing its own report? And what effect will this have on other policy decisions ahead?