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Website on Atal Tunnel

Website on Atal Tunnel

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Tribune News Service

Mandi, March 24

The Border Roads Organisation today launched a website on Atal Tunnel.

A spokesperson said a ticket of Rs 100 would be launched for those, who want to visit Atal Tunnel for special study.

“As a part of the vision of PM Modi, the BRO launched a website www.marvels.bro.gov.in. The website has been dedicated to the nation by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. —

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