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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
Contract in India: Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. in Tustin has signed an agreement with one of India's largest and oldest transportation companies that will, among other things, provide for computer linkups to monitor shipments. Right-O-Way signed the agreement with Balmer, Lawrie & Co. in Bombay, which has played a major role in transportation since India was granted its independence in 1947, according to Right-O-Way.
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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
Contract in India: Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. in Tustin has signed an agreement with one of India's largest and oldest transportation companies that will, among other things, provide for computer linkups to monitor shipments. Right-O-Way signed the agreement with Balmer, Lawrie & Co. in Bombay, which has played a major role in transportation since India was granted its independence in 1947, according to Right-O-Way.
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November 6, 1988 | From Reuters
A freighter carrying armed mercenaries fleeing a failed coup in the Maldives surrendered to the Indian navy this morning, an Indian spokesman said. He gave no details as to the condition of at least 27 hostages aboard the 5,000-ton Progress Light, which was commandeered by gunmen after a failed attempt to take over the Maldives--a group of coral islands in the Indian Ocean about 400 miles south of Sri Lanka.
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November 6, 1988 | From Reuters
A freighter carrying armed mercenaries fleeing a failed coup in the Maldives surrendered to the Indian navy this morning, an Indian spokesman said. He gave no details as to the condition of at least 27 hostages aboard the 5,000-ton Progress Light, which was commandeered by gunmen after a failed attempt to take over the Maldives--a group of coral islands in the Indian Ocean about 400 miles south of Sri Lanka.
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