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The Unsung Indian Worker

While we criticise the conditions under which the Indian workers live in the Gulf region, it is time also to take a long hard look at the condition of workers in the unorganised centre inside the country.

BY Seema Guha

A State Built On Migration Now In Tears

On June 14, Cochin International Airport witnessed profound scenes of mourning as hundreds of people from across the state gathered at the terminal to receive the mortal remains of 31 expatriate workers who tragically perished in the Kuwait building fire

BY Shahina K. K.

Kanchanjunga Express Mishap: Not Goods Train Driver's Fault, Allowed To Pass Red Signals, Says Internal Document

It has been reported that the document, a written authority called TA 912, was issued to the driver of the goods train by the station master of Ranipatra which allowed him to cross all red signals. As per the railway rules, when the automatic signalling system fails, the station master issues a written authority called TA 912 that authorises the driver to cross all red signals in the section because of the defect.

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