1 DEAD AS BUILDING COLLAPSES IN BENGALURU
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.