Corrections & Clarifications

Corrections and clarifications - July 25, 2018

>The Op-Ed page article, “Befriending the neighbour” (July 24, 2018), had erroneously described C. Rajagopalachari as the then President of India in the context of the ratification of the Treaty of Perpetual Peace and Friendship signed by Bhutan and India. It should have been Governor-General. The same article had misspelled the name of the Queen of Bhutan (now ‘Royal grandmother’) Ashi Kesang Choeden Wangchuck.

>Late corrections: The report, “Ramayana Express from November 14” (July 11, 2018), said “the tour would be priced at ₹15,120 per person, to cover all meals, accommodation, wash and change facilities in dharmashalas, all transfers, sight-seeing arrangements and a dedicated tour manager.” The fact that the Sri Lanka leg of the tour would be charged separately got edited out.

>The story about the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University having no record of trees was wrongly headlined “TNAU has no record of trees on campus: CAG” (some editions, July 11, 2018). It was not a CAG report — as the headline and the text said. It was a report of the Local Fund Audit Department under the Tamil Nadu Government’s Finance Department.

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