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Eastern Naval Command In The Forefront In Safeguarding Maritime Interests: Vice-Admiral

Dec 03, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

He said the Navy has 130 ships, including warships and others, 60 helicopters of all types and four submarines. He said the ENC is getting ready to host two events of significant national and international importance.

Indian Navy's Oldest Hydrographic Survey Vessel Decommissioned

Jun 05, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

INS Sandhayak, which was in service for about 40 years, was decommissioned in a low-key ceremony on Friday in Visakhapatnam


Indigenously-Built Stealth Corvette INS Kavaratti Commissioned Into Indian Navy

INS Kavaratti has been commissioned as a combat-ready platform because the ship has credible self-defence and endurance for long-range deployments.

11 Killed After Crane Collapses At Hindustan Shipyard In Visakhapatnam

Aug 01, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Three of the bodies have been recovered and identified, police said, adding that rescue operations were on at Hindustan Shipyard complex .


2 Dead In Gas Leak Mishap At Vizag Pharma Company

Two persons died while four persons were admitted to hospital following benzimidazole gas leakage at the Sainor Life Sciences Pvt Ltd, a pharma company located at the Jawahar Pharma City.

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09 May, 2020

Time We Learnt From Mistakes. Time We Had A Codified Tort Law In India

Areeb Uddin

Absence of codified tort law is one of the reasons that such incidents bypass the normal statutes with minimum damages, writes Areeb Uddin, a law student at Aligarh Muslim University.


07 May, 2020

Technical Glitch In Refrigeration Unit Caused Vizag Gas Leak Mishap: Official

PTI

At least 11 people, including a child, were killed following a chemical gas leakage at LG Polymers industry in RR Venkatapuram village, Visakhapatnam, early Thursday morning.


07 May, 2020

What Is Styrene, The Gas That Killed 11 People In Visakhapatnam. How Dangerous Is It?

Outlook Web Bureau

Long-term exposure to Styrene could drastically affect the central nervous system and lead to other related problems like peripheral neuropathy.


07 May, 2020

Vizag Gas Leak: NHRC Issues Notice To Centre, AP Govt Over Deaths, Sufferings Of People

PTI

Right to life of the victims has been grossly violated.At a time when human lives across the country are at stake due to spread of COVID-19 virus and everyone is forced to stay indoor, the gruesome tragedy has come as a bolt from the blue for the people, the right panel said.


07 May, 2020

Vizag Gas Leak: Spread Of Poisonous Vapours Depends On Wind Speed, Say Officials

PTI

Exposure to poisonous vapours of styrene can affect the central nervous system, causing headache, fatigue, weakness, and depression.


07 May, 2020

'Nobody Knew What Was Happening; I Thought I'd Die': Vizag Gas Leak Survivor Recounts Night Of Horror

IANS

Eyewitnesses said at least two people died after falling in a canal while another person was drowned in an open well while running in darkness to save their lives.


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07 May, 2020

11 Dead, Over 1,000 Sick After Gas Leak At Vizag Plant; CM Jagan Announces Rs 1 Crore Relief To Kin Of Deceased

M.S. Shanker

After the leak, people complained of burning sensation in their eyes and experienced difficulty in breathing. They were immediately rushed to the hospital.


19 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: Falling Rohit Sharma Hits Ball Out Of Park In Outlandish Display Of Brilliance - WATCH

Outlook Web Bureau

Rohit Sharma hit 159 runs off 138 balls to help India beat the West Indies by 107 runs and level the three-match ODI series 1-1 at Visakhapatnam on Wednesday


19 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: Viray Kohli, Kieron Pollard Make Unwanted History

Outlook Web Bureau

For the first time in an ODI, both captains were dismissed first ball as India dominated West Indies in Visakhapatnam


18 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: Mohammed Shami's Loss Becomes Kuldeep Yadav's Gain, Watch Indian Cricket's Historic Moment - VIDEO

Outlook Web Bureau

Mohammed Shami broke the West Indies backbone by removing Shai Hope and Kieron Pollard, then Kuldeep Yadav did one better by claiming a hat-trick to set up India's series-levelling win in the second ODI at Vizag on Wednesday


18 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: Shimron Hetmyer Becomes Victim Of Shreyas Iyer's Sensational Fielding Effort - WATCH

Outlook Web Bureau

Shreyas Iyer's fielding effort which spelt the doom for Shimron Hetmyer was one of the highlights of the second ODI match between India and the West Indies at Visakhapatnam


18 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: India Are Are Not Over Reliant On Toss, 'No 4 Spot' Was Blown Out Of Proportions - Virat Kohli

PTI

India scored a massive 387/5 after being put in to bat by the West Indies with Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul hitting centuries before Kuldeep Yadav topped it up with a hat-trick to clinch a series-levelling 107-run win in the second ODI at Visakhapatnam


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18 December, 2019

IND Vs WI, 2nd ODI: Rohit Sharma And KL Rahul Hit Tons, Kuldeep Yadav Takes Hat-Trick As India Win Big

PTI

In reply to India's 387, the West Indies were bowled out for 280 in 43.3 overs to set up ODI series finale at Cuttack


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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