1 DEAD AS BUILD­ING COL­LAPSES IN BEN­GALURU

Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - - HTNATION -

BEN­GALURU: One body was re­cov­ered from the de­bris of an un­der-con­struc­tion build­ing that col­lapsed in Ben­galuru’s Thya­gara­jana­gar area on Satur­day, an official of the fire and emer­gency ser­vices said. Two peo­ple who were work­ing in the build­ing were trapped in the build­ing’s de­bris, a fire depart­ment of­fi­cer told news agency ANI. One of them man­aged to run out and in­formed the fire depart­ment about the other, he said. “The body was re­cov­ered and sent to hospi­tal.res­cue op­er­a­tions are over.”

In­dia is a voice for peace, non­vi­o­lence: Naidu in Paris

PARIS: Vice Pres­i­dent M Venka­iah Naidu said In­dia has al­ways been a voice for peace and non-vi­o­lence and in an in­ter-de­pen­dent world progress can be achieved only through di­a­logue and un­der­stand­ing. Naidu, while ad­dress­ing the In­dian di­as­pora at Unesco in Paris, said: “Peace is the only pre-req­ui­site for progress. In an in­ter-de­pen­dent world, progress can be achieved only through di­a­logue and un­der­stand­ing.” “The story of In­dia is an un­fold­ing and a promis­ing one. This is at a time when the rest of the world, in­clud­ing parts of this re­gion, is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a slow­down.”

Goa govt bans fish im­ports for six months: Min­is­ter

PANAJI: The Goa govern­ment an­nounced a ban on im­port of fish into the state for six months. The move comes against the back­drop of a scare in the coastal state that for­ma­lin, a po­ten­tial can­cer-caus­ing chem­i­cal, was be­ing used to pre­serve fish.

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