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With barely few hours left for the opening ceremony of the XIX Commonwealth Games, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram visited the Main Press Centre of the 2010 Games at the Pragati Maidan here on Sunday.


New Delhi, Oct 3 : With barely few hours left for the opening ceremony of the XIX Commonwealth Games, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram visited the 'Main Press Centre' of the 2010 Games at the Pragati Maidan here on Sunday.

During his surprise visit, Chidambaram made a brief survey of the 'Main Press Centre', which is being run by the Press Information Bureau (PIB) and is projected as the largest press centre in the history of the Games.

It was earlier reported that the Main Press Centre will work for 24-hours during the sporting extravaganza.

ANI

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