NEW DELHI: Former Cabinet Minister Natwar Singh, who was unceremoniously shunted out from the UPA-I Cabinet and the Congress in the wake of his name featuring in the Volcker oil-for-food scam report exposing Saddam Hussain regime's subversion of the ... New Indian Express, 3 hours ago
Rajiv Gandhi sent IPKF to Sri Lanka without consulting Cabinet, claims Natwar Singh - IBN Live, 3 hours ago
Rajiv Gandhi didn't consul even his cabinet on IPKF: Natwar Singh - Times of India, 9 hours ago
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TOP STORIES New Delhi, Jul 31 (UNI) Rajiv Gandhi, during his tenure as prime minister in 1987, gave orders to send Indian troops to Sri Lanka without consulting his Cabinet colleagues or top officials, former external affairs ...United News of India, 13 hours ago Rajiv Gandhi unilaterally decided to send IPKF to Lanka: Natwar TruthDive, 1 hour ago Rajiv Gandhi naively trusted LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran: Natwar India Today, 11 hours ago
A Gurkha officer who had participated in the 1987 Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) operation in Sri Lanka, General Suhag will have a period of 30 months as the 26th Chief of Army Staff. The farewell ceremony for the outgoing Army Chief will be ...Voice of Russia, 21 hours ago Lt Gen Dalbir Suhag to be next Army Chief Money Control, 2 months ago India gave befitting reply to Pak after beheading: Gen Singh Daily Excelsior.com, 6 hours ago Hooda congratulates new Army Chief Business Standard India, 16 hours ago
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New Delhi: New Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Friday said that it was a matter of great honour for him to lead the bravest and the finest Army in the world. Lieutenant General Dalbir Singh Suhag took over as the new Chief of Army Staff ...ZeeNews.com, 21 minutes ago Great honour for me to lead the world's finest army: Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag TruthDive, 24 minutes ago
Zee Media Bureau/ New Delhi: Former external affairs minister Natwar Singh has claimed that ex-prime minister Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated because of his Sri Lanka policy. Singh told an English news channel during an interview that Rajiv Gandhi ...ZeeNews.com, 48 minutes ago Rajiv's SL policy led to his death- Natwar Singh Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 15 hours ago Rajiv Gandhi's Sri Lanka policy led to his death, he was badly advised: Natwar Singh Hindustan Times, 16 hours ago Rajiv Gandhis Sri Lanka policy led to his death Natwar Singh Hindustan Times, 8 hours ago
NEW DELHI: Former Congress leader Natwar Singh was, he writes in his new book, expelled from the party in a two-line note at 2 am on a freezing winter night. Eleven years after the incident, the bitter 83-year-old diplomat-turned-politician, who ...New Indian Express, 3 hours ago Natwar Singh goes all out against Sonia Gandhi Sify, 13 hours ago Natwar continues attack on ruthless Sonia, Congress reacts sharply Times of India, 13 hours ago Natwar Singh's Book Continues to Create Political Storm New Indian Express, 14 hours ago
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Former Gandhi family loyalist K Natwar Singh kicked up another political storm on Thursday by raking up Congress President Sonia Gandhi's foreign origins in a television interview. Slighted at being rebuffed by the Congress President after his ...Hindustan Times, 10 hours ago Some part of Sonia Gandhi is not Indian shes ruthless Natwar Singh Hindustan Times, 3 hours ago
Even as Congress president Sonia Gandhi said she was not hurt at the revelations of her former aide Natwar Singh and she will write her own autobiography to reveal the truth, knives were out in the Congress against as to on whose advise, she and her ...DNA India, 3 hours ago Sonia Gandhi says will counter Natwar Singh's book with one of her own Livemint.com, 13 hours ago
Sonia Gandhi A day after former external affairs minister K. Natwar Singh triggered a row by dismissing Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s claim of “listening to her inner voice” to give up the PM’s post in 2004, she too declared that she would write ...Asian Age, 5 hours ago Sonia’s story will one day be an open book The Financial Chronicle, 11 hours ago
By SAAG By Dr Kumar David It seems that the Modi government is preparing the ground and softening up Tamils at home and in Lanka to ditch the 13-th Amendment and the Indo-Lanka Accord of 1987; not explicitly but to go halfway down this ...Eurasia Review, 9 hours ago
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