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Tuesday, October 31, 2000

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Letters

Politics
A major setback
It is most unfortunate that Bangalore has turned out to be ``A city held hostage'' (Business Line, October 16) because of the Rajkumar kidnap episode. Besides the colossal economic losses, there was a setback for the Chief Minister, Mr S. M. Krishna, who started well.

Transport
Land owned by Railways
The biggest landlord in India is Indian Railways. It owns land in the whole length and breadth of the country. Many such pieces are never cared by owners and are seen encroached by roadside dwellers, who have no land of their own. Along the entire tracks in the country, the Railways own land apart from the those adjacent to railway stations.


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