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Updated : 1 week, 1 day ago IST
National Investigation Agency (NIA) Director General Dinkar Gupta met Tamil Nadu Director General of Police (DGP) C Sylendra Babu in Chennai DGP Office on Tuesday. They hold discussions regarding Coimbatore Cylinder Blast.
Updated : 4 weeks ago IST
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been conducting searches at 45 locations in Tamil Nadu in connection with its ongoing probe into October 23 Coimbatore LPG cylinder explosion that occurred in a car, sources said on Thursday.
Updated : 1 month ago IST
Five people who sustained injuries have been admitted to the V N Desai Hospital and the condition of all of them is stable.
Updated : 1 month, 1 week ago IST
The Tamil Nadu police asked state BJP chief K Annamalai to stop spreading rumours and mentioned that there has been no delay in transferring the case to the NIA.
Nearly 50 people including police personnel in Bihar's Aurangabad were injured after a general store in Shahganj Teli area caught fire causing a gas cylinder to explode.
Besides this, Vishva Hindu Parishad general secretary Sthanumalayan is likely to visit the blast spot tomorrow and he is also likely to interact with the media thereafter, according to the sources.
Questioning Stalin over the incident, Annamalai asked why was the state government "caught napping" when there was a "specific threat alert" flagged by the central agencies five days ahead of the blast.
Annamalai alleged that DMK government forced the state DGP to call the terror attack a cylinder blast for appeasement politics.
According to BJP leader CP Radhakrishnan, the 12-hour strike will be carried out between 6 am to 6 pm.
One person died after a household cylinder exploded in a house in Hyderabad.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin asked to transfer the investigation of the of the car cylinder explosion in the Ukkadam area of Coimbatore to the NIA
The RAF has been deployed to carry out search and security operations across public areas like bus stands and railway stations.