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The three corporations have divided the task of recovering dues from tax defaulters. Taxes from government organisations were not divided and the amounts were given to any one of three corporations. This arrangement has led to a rift as North refused to give South and East their share of the income tax and South did not distribute Rs 120 crore recovered from DDA as tax against properties in all three corporations. While East corporation has distributed such shares, South and North are at loggerheads as both want to achieve their tax recovery targets. Both corporations have their reasons for refusing to share recovered dues, which is causing confusion.
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Built a century ago, the John Morris Fire Engine at the National Rail Museum is one of the oldest fire engines in the country. Although it is a major crowd puller in the vintage and classic car rally every year and has received many awards, many people seem to be ignorant about the prestigious fire engine of the princely state of Nizams of the Hyderabad. Looking at the vintage fire tender, a visitor at the rail museum asked a fellow, "What kind of a red tractor is this?"
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