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    Speaking at a meeting

    "Speaking at a meeting on the Indo-Japan Monorail and Light Rail Transport here, Ms. Dikshit said her government had identified the 11-km Shastri Park-Trilokpuri sector for the first monorail line."

    Does above sentence mean,

    While Ms. Dikshit was speaking at a meeting on the Indo-Japan Monorail and Light Rail Transport here, Ms. Dikshit said her government had identified the 11-km Shastri Park-Trilokpuri sector for the first monorail line.?

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    #2

    Re: Speaking at a meeting

    Yes, basically. The point is that she said it at the meeting.

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    #3

    Re: Speaking at a meeting

    Yes, but replace one of the "Ms Dikshit"s with the pronoun 'she'.

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