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'Top-secret' CBI official to retire

By A Correspondent
March 18, 2010 17:32 IST
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Deen Nath Kapur, after serving as private secretary to eight CBI directors since 1983, will demit office on March 31.

In total, Kapur -- described as a conscience-keeper for the top-rung --  served the CBI for 41 years. From a part-time stenographer, he rose to a private secretary who had the status of a DSP.

Though the CBI has offered him to stay as a retainer for another year, he has decided not to. CBI director Ashwini Kumar is hosting a farewell dinner to Kapur.

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A Correspondent in New Delhi