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Raising technology-driven troopers 26.2.2007 Financial Express
Raising technology-driven troopers
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Calata residents hail EPIC staff 26.2.2007 The Navhind Times
Calata residents hail EPIC staff
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Central funds to Uttar Pradesh for national rural drinking water quality monitoring and Surveillance programme 26.2.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Central funds to Uttar Pradesh for national rural drinking water quality monitoring and Surveillance programme
Speech of Shri Lalu Prasad Introducing the Railway Budget 2007-2008 26.2.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Speech of Shri Lalu Prasad Introducing the Railway Budget 2007-2008
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Railway Minister announces enhanced safety and security measures for Railways 26.2.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Railway Minister announces enhanced safety and security measures for Railways
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Summary -Highlights of Railway Budget 2007-08 26.2.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Summary -Highlights of Railway Budget 2007-08
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Blame game on for Thar Express security 26.2.2007 New Indian Express
Blame game on for Thar Express security
Measles surveillance network to be launched 26.2.2007 Hindu: Kerala
To reduce mortality and morbidity
CCTVs to be installed at Rly stations: Lalu 26.2.2007 Hindustan Times
CCTVs to be installed at Rly stations: Lalu
Firearms holders asked to surrender their weapons 26.2.2007 Hindustan Times
Firearms holders asked to surrender their weapons
Railway safety efforts gets Rs.55 bn boost 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Gujarat
New Delhi, Feb 26: The increased threats to railway passengers and network security in mind, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Monday proposed in the Railway Budget 2007-08 to allocate Rs.55 billion for safety measures and promised to fill up the vacant posts in the railway protection force (RPF).
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Several steps to enhance security in trains 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Gujarat
New Delhi, Feb 26: Close on the heels of explosions in Samjhauta Express which claimed 68 lives, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad today announced that several steps have been taken to strengthen security of trains, including installation of CCTVs and Smart Video Cameras, at sensitive stations.
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CCTVs, smart cameras at key stations 26.2.2007 TOI: India
Railway minister Lalu Prasad announced a number of steps to strengthen security, including installation of CCTVs and smart video cameras.
Several steps to enhance security in trains 26.2.2007 TOI: India
Lalu Prasad announced that equipments like CCTVs and Smart Video cameras have been installed at sensitive stations.
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More security for Samjhauta, Thar: Lalu 26.2.2007 CNN-IBN: Business
Railway Minister Lalu Prasad said that the Government had decided to beef up security in Pakistan-bound Samjhauta and Thar Express trains.
Speech of Shri Lalu Prasad Introducing the Railway Budget 2007-2008 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Business India
Mr Speaker Sir, Presenting my fourth consecutive Railway Budget, I have a tremendous sense of pride and gratitude. Pride in the fact that without imposing undue burden on the common man, the Railways are poised to create history by generating a cash surplus before Dividend of Rs 20,000 cr as against Rs 14,700 cr in the previous year.
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Left wants Railway's profits to reach people, BJP terms fare reduction farce 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Rajasthan
New Delhi, Feb 26 : Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav's Rail Budget that saw reduction of fares received a cautious reaction from the political parties.
More funds for passenger security 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Rajasthan
New Delhi, Feb 26: With the terror attack on the India-Pakistan friendship train on everyone's mind, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Monday assured intensified security in trains and stations, including larger deployment of sniffer dogs, hi-tech gadgetry and more personnel.
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Railway accidents have reduced in 2006-07, claims Lalu 26.2.2007 New Kerala: Rajasthan
New Delhi, Feb 26: Presenting the Annual Railway-Budget for 2007-08, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav today claimed that the number of accidents was less than 200 in 2006-07, as against 473 in 2001.
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Lalu announces 32 trains; slashes fares 26.2.2007 Sify News
Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Monday presented in the Lok Sabha Railway Budget 2007-08 amid disruption of the proceedings by the NDA over the Bofors issue.
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