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‘Misuse’ verdict on Natwar
The Justice R.S. Pathak committee is believed to have found former external affairs minister Natwar Singh and his son Jagat Singh guilty of misusing their positions in the Congress in getting two acquaintances contracts under a UN programme in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
 
In total recall of cruelty
Continuing with her series of fortnightly columns written exclusively for The Telegraph, Mamoni Raisom Goswami recalls the brutality with which animals were killed f ...  | Read.. 
 
Combat fatigues to corporate warriors
Generals in the armed forces, including vice-chief of army staff Lieutenant General S. Pattabhiraman, are enrolling themselves in management schools for corporate jobs after a new law that paves the way for them to don b ...  | Read.. 
 
Cola heat on Aamir
BJP targets actor in pesticide uproar
Smash a few soft drink bottles and while going about it, don’t forget to smash one, figuratively, in Aamir Khan’s face. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Misuse’ verdict on Natwar
 
 
If the Left feels he (Prime Minister)... has betrayed their trust, it is free to move a vote of no-confidence

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Airports back on strike course
Airport employees have threatened a repeat of February’s chaos, vowing to go on mass casua ...  | Read..
Mother’s wing falls for land ‘ruse’
Half of the land donated by a philanthropist to the Missionaries of Charity in Ahmedabad has fa ...  | Read..