After three days searching the BBC's offices in India, Indian tax authorities say they found evidence of unpaid taxes and undeclared income. Without naming the BBC, India's Finance Ministry says its tax inspectors have found ""crucial evidence"" showing ""discrepancies and inconsistencies"" in the tax declarations of ""a prominent international media company."" Press freedom advocates around the world have decried this week's raids on the BBC — in which journalists and accountants alike were questioned, and had their phones and laptops searched. Some slept in their office for two nights. In this episode of the Dialogue, Managing Editor Mr Sujit Nair speaks to panelists Anand Vardhan Singh And Kumar Ketkar about the raids.