When The Music Stops by TC McNulty
Mumbai: The Indian Navy has safely disposed of 90 unexploded ordnances, believed to be of World War II vintage, discovered during dredging operations in the Mumbai Harbour over the past few days, a defence official said here Friday.The recoveries were made during operations by two dredgers to widen and deepen the main shipping channel which can improve capability and facilitate movement of higher ...
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