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Boring machine catches fire in Austrian tunnel, 18 in hiding

BERLIN (AP) — Austrian media are reporting that a tunnel-boring machine has caught fire at the construction site of a railway tunnel under the Alps that will link Austria with Italy. Public broadcaster ORF reported Monday that about 50 workers were in the tunnel at the time the fire broke out. It said 18 of […]
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Bombardier is closing in on the second deal for its C Series jet since reaching a landmark agreement with Airbus a few weeks ago that will see the European aircraft maker take control of the programme
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today appealed to India and Pakistan to make Jammu and Kashmir a "bridge of friendship" between them and not let it become a battleground. "Our borders are witnessing,
Union culture minister Mahesh Sharma has inaugurated an incubation centre at a business school in Greater Noida. "Such initiatives are making the youth empowered to give back to the society than be
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Three NRIs, including the husband of a woman, have been booked for allegedly harassing her for dowry, police said here. The accused were identified as US-based NRIs Vikas Kumar (husband), Ajay Kuma
The government has reduced the minimum export price (MEP) of onion by USD 150 per tonne with prices of the kitchen staple moderating. The MEP for onion, the floor price below which exports are not
The CPI(M)'s Central Committee (CC) today adopted a draft political resolution ruling out any form of electoral alliances or adjustments with the Congress, party general secretary Sitaram Yechury s
: Kerala teams had a good day, posting wins in the men's and women's sections today in the 68th Senior National Basketball Championship here. While the men beat Odisha 84-66 rather comfortably, the
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Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari today welcomed the presidential nod to the Election Commission's recommendation to disqualify 20 AAP MLAs, saying that the decision has "protected" India's democrat
US regulator has slammed the brakes on at least a dozen proposed bitcoin ETFs and two cryptocurrency mutual funds that had tried to use a fast-tracked process to list products
Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is now verifying information if there are Ukrainian citizens among the victims of a terrorist attack on a hotel in Kabul. Read more here The post UNIA
Media major Star India is quite upbeat over the viewership numbers of Hotstar and gearing up to engage more global audience by placing high quality Indian content on its video streaming platform, s
With the Union Budget around the corner, two health experts have urged the government to allocate more funds to sectors such as family planning and non-communicable diseases, increase expenditure a
Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has examined suggestions from stakeholders to bring transparency in allocation of sensitive PILs to judges and is likely to bring in the public domain soon the sy
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