NEW DELHI

Briefly

Railway summer camp

NEW DELHI: A two-week-long "Creative Express 2005 Summer Camp" organised by Northern Railway ended in the Capital over the weekend.

Aimed at encouraging creative talent among children, a number of activities like drawing, paintings, music, dance,

clay modelling, handicrafts and photography were lined up for the little ones at the camp.

The General Manager of Northern Railway, Thomas Varghese, unveiled a "Track Machine Car" of 1962 vintage used to monitor the condition of the tracks in those days, at the National Rail Museum.

Nirankari Mission to take out rallies

NEW DELHI: To mark World Blood Donors' Day on Tuesday, the Sant Nirankari Mission will take out five rallies from North, East, South and West Delhi and also from neighbouring Ghaziabad. A number of devotees will donate blood on the occasion.

The rallies will converge at Sant Nirankari Senior Secondary School, venue of the blood donation camp. The Mission has been organising blood donation camps every year since 1986 and last year it organised 140 such camps across the country. Software development

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Thai visa centre

NEW DELHI: The Royal Thai Embassy here has opened a visa application centre at Safdarjung Enclave in South Delhi. Residents of North India can now apply for all types of temporary visas - tourist, transit and non-immigrant - by submitting their applications at the centre.

Trained staff at the centre, operated by the VFS (India) Private Limited on behalf of the Royal Thai Embassy, will guide applicants on rules and requirements for travel to Thailand.

Online counselling

NEW DELHI: In an effort to ensure hassle- free admission to National Institutes of Technology and centrally-funded Indian Institutes of Information Technology,

the Central Counselling Board (CCB) has set up a countrywide network to provide on-line guidance to students.

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