Hyderabad: Over 70 industries in the city, under the Major Accident Hazard (MHA) category, are not following the disaster mitigation guidelines, said Lt. General R. Bharadwaj, chairman of chemicals and industrial disaster management.
He made this observation at the conference on industrial disaster management, organised by FICCI and national disaster management authority. “The sheer enormity of a chemical accident and its irrevocable consequences for employees, stakeholders and neighbouring communities demands that every effort must be made to stop chemical disasters,” said Mr Ahmed Nadeem. commissioner, employment training and factories.
Syed Amjad and his friends giving food to the needy at the entrance of government hospital in Sangareddy on Wednesday.
Seven persons died on the spot owing to impact of the collision while two succumbed while undergoing treatment at a hospital.
Residents grieve they are unable to take up repair work on these structures.
IT and Industries Secretary Jayesh Ranjan and Director of the Board of Taoyuan City Robert Huang exchanging the MoU documents as IT Minister K.T. Rama Rao and Nasscom president R. Chandrashekhar look on, at WCIT on Wednesday.
Seasonal activity: An Adivasi engaged in drying Tendu (beedi) leaves at Yellandu in Bhadradri Kothagudem district.
2 men asked to alight mid-way after fight.
Yashoda Hospitals has introduced an intra-operative MRI machine that would reduce the need for repetitive surgeries, doctors here said on Wednesday.
Accused believed his wife was possessed by evil spirits.
Mr Prabhakar said that people would not believe in the Congress leaders whether they conducted bus yatras, cycle yatras or tractor yatras.
The TS government has sought investments in meat and fisheries sectors from companies in the Gulf.
Though several designs were submitted to CM over the past few months, none was appro-ved by the CM who suggested several changes.
The contaminated waste was collected from various outlets of the water body.