One more body identified The body of one more fisherman from Poonthura who went missing after Cyclone Ockhi, kept in the Kozhikode Medical College mortuary, has been identified after DNA tests. The de...
With the death of 14 people in an inferno at a Kamala Mills restaurant, and the Andheri farsan shop blaze days earlier, turning the spotlight on fires DNA takes a look at the lives of Mumbai firefighters, city's front-line warriors against blazes
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The body of one of the five ONGC deputy general managers, V K Bindu Lal Babu, is yet to be recovered. His family has given DNA samples to facilitate the process of DNA tests of certain body parts found in the debris.
One by one, the police began to eliminate each suspect after a thorough probe revealed that immediate family members and known male acquaintances had strong alibis. However, no one was exempt from undergoing a DNA test.
So far, the bodies of ONGC officers Pankaj Garg, R Saravanan, P N Sreenivasan and Jose Antony, and pilot Ramesh Ohatkar have been recovered and identified. Search operations continue to locate the other pilot, Captain V C Katoch.
The Centre has cautioned people against risks in trading in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin. Several countries have launched crackdowns against them that are not legal tender. With regulations likely in India, DNA examines how the network works and wha
Acute shortage of teachers in Delhi's govt schools has paralysed classes and put students' future at stake. Many teachers are part-timers without the expertise to handle crucial subjects. DNA examines the crisis that looms a month ahead of the Boards