“Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Vice-Patron and Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward visited the Games venues and Games Village in the Capital on Sunday and expressed satisfaction at the infrastructure being developed in preparation for the upcoming international sporting event” reports The Hindu of October 11th.
“Commonwealth Games Federation chief Mike Fennell has warned India's capital Delhi that it faces a major challenge to be ready to host next year's games. Many facilities being built for the event have missed deadlines. Mr Fennell said there could be no more slippages” reports BBC News of October 12th.
Far from being satisfied, a concerned Mr Fennel has appointed a review panel to monitor the progress, as can be inferred from this report.
After reading different versions, what I conclude is that Mr Fennel was completely unhappy about the progress of work ( or the lack of it), but expressed the hope that with a top-level push and with work done at breakneck speed, the deadline may still be met.
This is the problem with news these days. Back in the days when we had just one newspaper to go by, life was quite uncomplicated. You just believed what was written there and carried on blissfully. Now, with multiple options, you are forced to read so many versions and then make a judgemental call.