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Volcker’s vault holds more details
The Volcker committee may release documents detailing monetary and commodity transactions allegedly linking external affairs minister K. Natwar Singh and the Congress party to the “oil-for-food” scandal in Iraq if either of them slaps a legal notice on the UN-appointed panel, according to ...  | Read.. 
 
Devil’s remorse or victims’ revenge
On a late February evening three-and-a-half years ago, Ratilal Rathod had been possessed by “the Devil”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ad leaders bristle at survey snub about women
An Asia-wide survey conducted by market research agency Research International says advertisers are out of sync with the attitudes and aspirations of the modern urban woman, a finding leaders of the Indian ad world dismiss. ...  | Read.. 
 
Catch-up bid with study calendar
Bengal to bring dates of exam, results in line with national pattern
The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government has started an exercise to restructure the entire academic calendar for higher education and follow the pattern of universities and ...  | Read.. 
 
Kashmiri women offer Id prayers at the Hazratbal shrine near Srinagar. (Reuters)
 
 
I came to know yesterday that Natwar Singh is the foreign minister of India

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Govt split on Natwar
Serious differences of perception on the Natwar Singh controversy are visible in the ruling est ...  | Read..
Air show dissent by consent
Manmohan Singh’s government has given permission to the Left to “dissent by consent&# ...  | Read..