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Explosion and collapse in Indian coal mine.
Posted: 10/08/2017 10:19:39
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Just spotted this....

www.mining.com/gas-explosion-coal-mine-kills-five/

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Ah, well, now, you see.... IP: 88.97.24.95
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Explosion and collapse in Indian coal mine.
Posted: 10/08/2017 19:06:15
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Thanks for this update.
Did not see any evidence of the usual cop out offered by the Indians, which is: It is all the fault of the British.
My eldest son is trying to set up a laboratory in India to test his company's paper.
Every time something goes wrong the Indians blame the British.Which as we know came to an end 70years ago.
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Explosion and collapse in Indian coal mine.
Posted: 11/08/2017 17:16:37
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Ah, The Empire on which the sun never sets...... IP: 80.42.146.229
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