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Chidambaram takes charge as Home Minister

P. Chidambaram on Monday took over as the Home Minister for the second time.


New Delhi, May 25 : P. Chidambaram on Monday took over as the Home Minister for the second time.

Chidambaram is among the most prominent cabinet ministers of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

From May 2004 to November 2008, he was the Finance Minister. However, after the resignation of Shivraj Patil, Chidambaram was made the Home Affairs Minister.

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