New Delhi, Feb 12: A fire broke out at a shoe factory in national capital’s Narela area on Monday. Seven fire engines were pressed into service to douse the flames. The cause of the fire has still not been ascertained. Rescue operation
According to police sources, the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) was informed about the incident, and it examined the portion of the Ganga into which the leaking cylinder was rolled, allegedly by fire department officials.
The blaze in the factory, located in an industrial area of the eastern Maharashtra district, was brought under control by 6.30 am, Fire Brigade official said. Though no casualties were reported, the plant, owned by Ashlesha Power Control Pvt Ltd, suffered
On Monday, around 80-100 workers gathered outside Kisan Ghat and raised slogans against CM Arvind Kejriwal and Labour Minister Gopal Rai, demanding implementation of labour laws, including minimum wage.
The D&B Economy Forecast of January notes Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is still expected to clock a good growth in December 2017 due to the low base effect at play, although it is expected to be lower from November 2017. In October 2017, IIP growt