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Jan 21, 2019
After Indian Navy, Meghalaya suspends ops to retrieve body of miner; CM Conrad Sangma calls it 'impossible taskOperation spokesperson R Susngi on the other hand informed that the district authorities were waiting for the family members of another seven Meghalaya miners hailing from Rajabala area in West Garo Hills district to identify the miner.
Dec 31, 2018
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Multi-agency rescue efforts resume to track trapped miners after divers fail to reach bottom of pitNavy divers on Monday successfully entered the inundated rat hole coal mine at East Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya, where 15 miners have been trapped since 13 December. A 15-member diving team of the navy from Vishakhapatnam had arrived at Meghalaya on Saturday to help with the rescue operations.
Dec 30, 2018
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Multi-agency rescue operation begins with sophisticated diving equipment, machineryThe multi-agency operation to rescue the 15 miners trapped in a 370-foot-deep rat-hole coal mine was all set to resume on Sunday, officials said.
Dec 30, 2018
Survivor of Meghalaya mine tragedy says ‘no way trapped miners will still be alive’ even as NDRF, navy divers gear up for rescue effortsAs operation to rescue 15 trapped miners continue at the 370-foot-deep illegal coal mine in East Jaintia Hills district, a survivor of the 13 December accident said on Saturday that there is no way the trapped miners will come out alive.
Dec 28, 2018
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Hope for survival of trapped miners rises as team of Indian Navy divers leaves for rescue operationHopes of evacuating 15 workers trapped in a flooded coal mine for over two weeks were raised on Friday with the impending arrival a diving team of the Navy along with specialised equipment, including high-pressure pumps.
Dec 22, 2018
Time running out for trapped miners, hope Coal India Ltd acts on our plea for special pumps, says Meghalaya CMThe miners were trapped after water from the nearby Lytein river gushed into the illegal rat-hole mine at Ksan area in Lumthari village.