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UPDATED: 07:58, November 08, 2005
Indian Foreign Minister steps down
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Natwar Singh was shifted off the post of Indian Minister of External Affairs, the Prime Minister office said Monday.

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singe has accepted the request of Natwar Singh to step down the post after a meeting held here Monday and has written to Indian President that Natwar Singh will be Minister Without Portfolio, said a press release issued by the Prime Minister office.

Natwar Singh was charged by a UN report with being involved in illegal deals under the Iraqi "Oil-for-Food" Program.

Source: Xinhua


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