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HC's Order on Train Service Welcomed

MANGALURU: The Mangaluru Railway Yatri Sangha has welcomed the High Court's observation on South Western Railway's failure to run additional trains between Mangaluru-Bengaluru as per the announcement in the 2014-15 railway budget. Acting on a ... New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Trains to M'luru: HC warns to summon SWR GM Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

Topu and Yatri in Music Club

Popular singer Topu, along with his band Yatri, will perform live on tonight's episode of Banglavision's phono-live studio concert Music Club. Besides playing their hit tracks, Topu and Yatri will share interesting anecdotes and talk about ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

School makes way for yatri nivas

A school is being built in Tirunallar for an innovative cause. The Government Girls Higher Secondary School in Tirunallar under construction at an estimate of Rs.11 crore, will house 26 classrooms on 5,500 square metres. It will have a plinth ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago School makes way for yatri nivas, gets a new building  The Hindu3 weeks ago

Yatri Nivas to be renovated

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 The Hindu1 month ago

Funds crunch to delay opening of tourism complex in Coimbatore

COIMBATORE: The opening of government owned Yatri Nivas and Integrated Tourism Complex at Valparai will be further delayed due to funds crunch. They are short on funds to build a compound wall around the two buildings constructed to promote tourism ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Mumbai: Railway Yatri Sangha Adalat held

News and pics: Rons Bantwal Daijiworld Media Network Mumbai (EP) Mumbai, Oct 3: Our unrelenting struggle for the convenience of train travellers has been fruitful. The Netravati-Kochi-Kurla train that was introduced in 1988 and Mangaluru to Kurla ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago

JYBT organizes tour to Haridwar for orphan children

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Nov 19: Jammu Yatri Bhawan Trust (JYBT) has organized a tour of 89 orphan children (36 female and 30 male) as also staff members/ wardens of Ved Mandir Committee, Amphalla, to Haridwar. The tour was flagged off this ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

LK Advani celebrated birthday by watching Chakravyuh'

NEW DELHI: After BJP veteran LK Advani's joint statement with three other party seniors on Diwali eve appeared to trigger a 'Kurukshetra' in BJP, following its defeat in Bihar on November 8 (his birthday), the leader it seems is interested only in a ...
 Economic Times14 minutes ago
Mumbai Mirror

Prabhu sets up panel to put commuters safety on track

By Kamal Mishra 21-year-old IT professional Bhavesh Nakate's death spurs efforts to understand passengers' problems, ease crowding on trains. Three days after 21-year-old IT professional Bhavesh Nakate fell off a crammed train and died, Union ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 hours ago
Washington Post

Risk-averse India embraces Silicon Valley-style start-ups

By , NEW DELHI — In a sprawling wholesale market of timber, glass and marble, businessman Amit Gupta supervises workers loading sheets of glass on trucks for builders across India — his family business for five decades. As plumes of sawdust ...
 Washington Post2 days ago India embraces Silicon Valley-style start-ups  Gulf News10 hours ago
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