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Nat case cracked
As the Pathak committee report today lifted the veil off Natwar Singh’s alleged influence-peddling, the Congress too appeared to have cracked the problem of how to deal with the estranged leader. ...  | Read.. 
 
For family and son’s friend
Congress leader Natwar Singh used his position to introduce a relative and one of his son’s friends to the Saddam Hussein regime, which helped them swing two oil contracts, according to the R.S. Pathak report. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sehgal, mystery sixth man in team
The breakthrough in Andaleeb Sehgal’s bid for a slice of the Iraqi oil-for-food contracts came when he managed to latch on to Natwar Singh’s delegation to Baghdad. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Terrorist’ gets Dean fired
Commentator sacked after slur on South African batsman
Former Australian Test player Dean Jones was sacked from his job as a commentator today after referring to South African batsman Hashim Amla as a “terrorist”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nat case cracked
 
 
Logon ka kaam hai kehna (let people say what they will)

AMAR SINGH
rejecting that the Samajwadi is using Natwar Singh
Sound Bites:
Melody to communicate & entertain

A spacious living room of a flat in one of the city’s very first large, multistoreyed residential co ...  | Read..
Reactive Dispur turns pro
Stung by yet another series of Ulfa attacks on security forces and soft targets, Dispur today d ...  | Read..