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Efforts on for better Goshree-city connectivity

Efforts on for better Goshree-city connectivity

Technology
Updates from the Hindu 02 April 2017 Possibility of direct access for public transport from Island to city being explored KOCHI: District Collector K. Mohammed Y. Safirulla has asked the Regional Transport Officer to identify an agency for conducting a study to find out whether the city roads can handle an increased traffic pressure if public transport from Goshree Islands is allowed direct access to the city. This is part of a three-point process the Collector has set in motion ahead of approaching the government with the Goshree Islanders’ long-standing demand for direct access to the city. At present, commuters from coastal areas, including Vypeen, Elamkunnapuzha, Njarackal, Mulavukad, Nayarambalam, Edavanakkad, Kuzhupilli, and Pallippuram, have to disembark at High Court Juncti
Chemical used in IED at Ghorasan rail track identified

Chemical used in IED at Ghorasan rail track identified

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A forensic report with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has said that “arsenic sulphide” was the primary material used in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), which was found by the rail track at Ghorasan in Bihar on October 1 last year. The chemical is mostly used in firecrackers and was used to make a pressure cooker bomb, which was detected and defused in Ghorasan, along the Nepal border. Its discovery led to a series of arrests in Nepal and Bihar, pointing to a conspiracy hatched by Pakistan’s ISI to mobilise people to plant explosives at railway tracks. Businessman questioned Shamshul Hoda, a Nepali businessman arrested by the Nepal police in a double murder case and who is alleged to be a prime suspect, has already been questioned by an NIA team. Hoda told inves
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