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Vintage car club plans museum
THE Karnataka Vintage and Classic Car Club (KVCCC) plans to start a Vintage Car Museum soon. According to Mr Premnath P.S., Vice-President, KVCCC, the Club has approached the Government and has "asked for land on Bannerghatta Road." Funds for ... More

EVENTS
Expo on AIDS
A youth looks at a display at an exhibition on AIDS in Mumbai on the World AIDS Day on Wednesday.

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RAILWAYS
On the right track
IT began with one man's passion for scale models of locomotives, but now, it's more than that. Joshi's Museum of Miniature Railways here has just bagged orders from three of the top five Australian players in the train modelling business, to ... More

ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE
Monthly cable TV bill to go up 7%
MONTHLY cable bills are set to go up by 7 per cent from January 2005. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), after reviewing the ceiling rates for inflation, has issued an order permitting the hike. It has said that the new rates ... More




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