May 18, 2022: A factory wall collapses in Morbi, Gujarat, killing 12 workers

Top News 18 May 2022: Twelve people have been killed in an incident at Sagar Salt Factory in Halwad GIDC.
May 18, 2022: A factory wall collapses in Morbi, Gujarat, killing 12 workers
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Top News 18 May 2022: A horrific accident has occurred in Morbi, Gujarat. At least 12 workers have been killed when a factory wall collapsed here. Some are seriously injured. The death toll could rise. The issue of oppression of 15 workers is coming up. Confirming the incident, Minister of State Brijesh Marja said that the government stood by the families of the victims and would extend all possible help. The accident took place at a salt factory in Halwad GIDC, Morbi. Top officials have arrived on the scene. Relief and rescue work continues. The cause of the shock is being investigated. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed sorrow over the incident. The government has announced financial assistance of Rs. 200,000 to the families of the deceased and Rs. 50,000 for the injured.

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Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin Pirarivalan was released after 31 years in prison.

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All avenues for giving grants to new madrassas closed in UP The Uttar Pradesh government has now closed all avenues for grants to new madrassas. In 2016, the Yogi government scrapped the then Akhilesh government’s policy of giving grants to madrassas. The proposal of the Minority Welfare Department has been approved in the cabinet meeting held on Tuesday. Based on this policy, the madrassa manager would approach the court for a grant.

SBI raises interest rates on loans

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Jet Airways may be allowed to fly this week.

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