As the Congress leaders scampered to defend the Prime Minister, what seemed to be troubling him the most is the damage it could do to his global image.
What does DTPM stand for?
DTPM stands for Defend the Prime Minister (gaming)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 2 other meanings of DTPM in our Acronym Attic
- Dil to Pagal Hai (movie)
- Department of Tourism, Parks, Heritage and the Arts (Tasmania, Australia)
- Diamond Technology Partners Incorporated (e-business services firm; now DiamondCluster International, Inc.)
- Datamax Ticket Printer Language
- Desktop Terminals Product Line (Nokia)
- Digital Tools, Pvt. Ltd. (India)
- Distribution Transmission Poids Lourd (French: Truck Transmission Distribution)
- Domain-Tip Propagation Logic
- Data Transport Protocol Machine
- Discrete Time Packet Model
- Discrete TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
- Distributed Transaction Processing Monitor
- Delay Time Petri Net
- Deterministic Timed Petri Net
- Développement Territorial Participatif et Négocié (French: Participatory and Negotiated Territorial Development)
- Dropout and Truancy Prevention Network (Dallas, TX)
- Designated Third Party Provider (electronic record compliance)
- Desk-Top Program Production
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vahanvati will then defend the prime minister in person at the supreme court on Tuesday.
Now we must rally behind him" - Cabinet Office Minister Tessa Jowell stumbles over her words as she tries to defend the Prime Minister.
But John Prescott reminded us what a hugely underrated virtue it is when he silenced a whingeing, venomous Charles Clarke on live TV at the weekend to defend the Prime Minister.
Wales' First Minister Rhodri Morgan spoke out to defend the Prime Minister after he failed to set a date for his departure yesterday.
First a millionaire author with a penchant for champagne and socialism calls him immoral and the Downing Street PR machine feels forced to churn out a succession of Ministers to appear on TV and radio to defend the Prime Minister, rather than just ignore it.
There was nobody from the Congress either at the Supreme Court, Akbar Road or at Parliament House to defend the prime minister.