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Pact on Ceylon Indians signed
NEW DELHI, Jan. 18.
The Prime Minister of India, Pandit Nehru, and the Prime Minister of Ceylon, Sir John Kotelawala, today signed an agreement on the thorny question of citizenship right of nine-lakh people of Indian descent in Ceylon — a question which has been defying solution for several years.
The agreement which will be subject to ratification by the respective government follows a three-day conference of the prime ministers and their colleagues.


Nationalisation of road transport
BANGALORE, Jan. 18.
Explaining the policy of the Mysore government regarding nationalisation of bus transport in the State, Mr. H. Siddaveerappa, Home and Industries Minister, told the Legislative Assembly today that the government proposed to extend the scheme of monopoly by stages.


Medapa’s tribute to St. Joseph’s School
BANGALORE, Jan. 18.
Glowing tributes to the work of St. Joseph’s Indian High School were paid by Mr. P. Medapa, Chief Justice of Mysore, presiding over the inauguration of the Golden Jubilee celebration of the school this evening. Mr. Medapa said the school was training students to cherish the ideal of the unity of India.

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