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Delhi digging for oil clues
Even as India’s political establishment is working itself up over allegations of bribery against external affairs minister K. Natwar Singh in the Iraqi oil-for-food scandal, Indian diplomats here are already at work quietly to get to the bottom of the entire Indian involvement in the scheme. Read.. 
 
Why should I quit' Natwar
External affairs minister K. Natwar Singh has rejected demands for his resignation after a UN report named him as a beneficiary in an Iraqi oil-for-food programme. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sangh reloads gun
RSS chief K.S. Sudarshan has suggested that the BJP might have to evolve a politburo-like institution for decision-making once L.K. Advani steps down as party president. ...  | Read.. 
 
CM declares war on hooligans, faces home truth
5-YEAR LESSONS: Buddha rules out shutdown compromise, concedes party interferes in education
“September 29 will not be repeated ' under no circumstances.” ...  | Read.. 
 
(Top) Former cricketer Salim Durrani with Sourav Ganguly during a Duleep Trophy match in Mumbai on Saturday. A week back, the flamboyant allrounder ha ...  | Read
 
 
Why should I (resign)'

K. NATWAR SINGH
Cong changes tune on notice
Named along with Natwar Singh as a non-contractual beneficiary of the oil-for-food programme in Sad ...  | Read..
Bomber-brain in stealth net
The father of the technology that protects B-2 Stealth bombers from heat-seeking missiles, Indi ...  | Read..