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Fire accident in Yeswantpur-Tatanagar express train averted

Fire accident in Yeswantpur-Tatanagar express train averted

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Updates from :  the Hindu : Flames engulfed the pantry car and an adjacent coach of the train when it neared Gollaprolu in East Godavari district A major fire was averted in Yesvantpur-Tatanagar Express train at Gollaprolu in East Godavari district in the early hours of Tuesday with a few alerted commuters pulling the chain and stopping the train. However, no casualties were reported. Flames engulfed the pantry car and an adjacent coach too was partially damaged. Fire tenders from Gollaprolu pressed into service and put out the fire. A few commuters spotted flames engulfing the pantry car in the early hours of the day and pulled the chain to alert the railway personnel. The express train came to a halt on the track near Gollaprolu and the commuters of the coaches abutting the pa
Gabon is now a hot destination for Indian investors. But where is Gabon?

Gabon is now a hot destination for Indian investors. But where is Gabon?

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Updates from : the Print : Gabon is a resource-rich country on west coast of Africa & dozens of Indian firms have found it attractive to set up shop. New Delhi: If you watch television in India, chances are you’ll have seen the commercial for Gabon. Now, where’s Gabon? And what’s the ad all about? Gabon is a country situated on the western (Atlantic) coast of Africa, showcasing its virgin beaches along the Gulf of Guinea. But the ad isn’t just to invite tourists, like so many other countries do. It’s to invite investors. Gabon is slightly bigger in area than Uttar Pradesh, with a population as small as Nagaland’s. But it is fast becoming an attractive investment destination, especially for industries such as wood, cement, steel, scrap recycling and gas. The ads are pa
Mercury rises in the Alps

Mercury rises in the Alps

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Updates from : The Hindu : Bohemian Rhapsody, the biopic that celebrates the rock band Queen, releases on November 2. A look at the Montreux Riviera in Switzerland, that’s long been associated with its lead singer Freddie Mercury Farrokh Bulsara, better known as Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the iconic music band Queen, first came to Montreux in 1978. He was accompanied by his band members, and they had specifically come to record their album Jazz, at the Montreux Jazz Festival. However, such were the charms of the quaint town that reposes by the glorious Lake Geneva that Freddie lost his heart to it: he eventually bought a lake-facing apartment and settled here. Those who were close to him, often heard him say, “If you want peace of mind, come to Montreux.” And peace he did ge
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