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'Navy Divers' - 32 News Result(s)

  • Navy Detects Fifth Decomposed Body Inside Meghalaya Mine

    Navy Detects Fifth Decomposed Body Inside Meghalaya Mine

    Indian Navy divers on Tuesday located the fifth body from inside the 370-feet deep flooded coal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district, where over a dozen miners remain trapped since December 13, 2018, an official said.

  • Navy Stops Operation To Pull Out Decomposed Body From Meghalaya Mine

    Navy Stops Operation To Pull Out Decomposed Body From Meghalaya Mine

    The Navy today stopped efforts to pull out the decomposed body of a miner that it spotted four days ago inside a coal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, officials said. The Navy divers had spotted the decomposed body of a trapped miner on Wednesday, using an unmanned, remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) at a depth of around 160 feet inside the min...

  • In Meghalaya Miners' Rescue, Body Being Pulled Out "Falls Apart"

    In Meghalaya Miners' Rescue, Body Being Pulled Out "Falls Apart"

    The families of the trapped miners inside an illegal 370-ft flooded coal mine in Meghalaya on Thursday said they want the "dead bodies" of the miners to be taken out as per the Supreme Court order even as Navy divers captured pictures of a body inside the flooded mine.

  • Live Updates: Navy Divers Find A Body As Search Ops Continue For 15 Trapped Miners

    Live Updates: Navy Divers Find A Body As Search Ops Continue For 15 Trapped Miners

    Meghalaya Mine Live Updates: More than a month after 15 miners were trapped in an illegal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia hills, Navy divers have detected the body of one person. The body was detected at a depth of nearly 210 feet inside the "rat-hole" mine.

  • In Search For 15 Trapped Meghalaya Miners, Navy Divers Spot Body, Skeletons

    In Search For 15 Trapped Meghalaya Miners, Navy Divers Spot Body, Skeletons

    Navy divers have detected the body of one person more than a month after operations to search and rescue 15 miners trapped in a deep coal mine in Meghalaya.

  • Meghalaya Mine Rescue: No Change In Water Level After 28 Lakh Litres Pumped Out

    Meghalaya Mine Rescue: No Change In Water Level After 28 Lakh Litres Pumped Out

    As part of the ongoing efforts to rescue trapped miners from a flooded coal mine in Meghalaya, multi-agencies personnel used high-powered pumps to drain out 28 lakh litres of water from the main shaft, where 15 miners got trapped, but navy divers have found no change in the water levels, officials said.

  • "Just Want The Bodies": 21 Days On, Hope Fades For Meghalaya Miners' Families

    "Just Want The Bodies": 21 Days On, Hope Fades For Meghalaya Miners' Families

    The families of 15 miners trapped inside a flooded "rat-hole" mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills have lost all hope of ever seeing them alive again. Their fears are justified -- it's been 21 days since they first entered the pit, and rescue workers are nowhere near flushing it out yet.

  • Meghalaya Miners' Rescue Operation: Navy Divers Reach The Bottom Of The Mine

    Meghalaya Miners' Rescue Operation: Navy Divers Reach The Bottom Of The Mine

    As operation to rescue 15 trapped miners continue at the 370-foot-deep illegal coal mine in East Jaintia Hills district, one of the survivor's said on Saturday there is no way the trapped miners will come out alive.

  • On Day 19, Navy Divers Reached Bottom Of Meghalaya Mine: 10 Points

    On Day 19, Navy Divers Reached Bottom Of Meghalaya Mine: 10 Points

    On Monday, a diver of the navy finally reached the bottom of the 370-feet rat hole mine in Meghalaya where 15 men have been trapped for the last 19 days. But none of the trapped men were to be seen. All they saw was coal at the mouth of one lateral rat hole and mud at the bottom of the pit. Navy officers said a search will be possible only when all...

  • "Will Take Time": Meghalaya Rescue Restarts, Navy Divers Join - 10 Points

    "Will Take Time": Meghalaya Rescue Restarts, Navy Divers Join - 10 Points

    The operation to rescue 15 people, trapped in a 320-foot-deep coal mine at Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, has entered its seventeenth day. Now equipped with ten high-powered pumps that are required to pump out the water from the flooded mine, the authorities are preparing for the final push of the rescue operation. A team of divers from the navy a...

  • 16 Days On, Only 3 Helmets Found. No Sign Of Meghalaya Miners: 10 Points

    16 Days On, Only 3 Helmets Found. No Sign Of Meghalaya Miners: 10 Points

    Rescue workers are racing against time to reach the 15 men trapped inside a flooded 320-feet coal mine in Meghalaya for the last 16 days. Navy divers and trucks loaded with high-power pumps made their way to the mine in a remote region in the state's East Jaintia Hills district. Rescue operations were suspended on Monday, after the low-powered pump...

  • Meghalaya Rescue Operation Updates: Navy Divers, High-Pressure Pumps To Reach Site Today

    Meghalaya Rescue Operation Updates: Navy Divers, High-Pressure Pumps To Reach Site Today

    As the search operations for the 15 miners trapped in the rat-hole mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills enters the third week, a heavy transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force carrying 10 high-power pumps landed at the Assam's Guwahati airport on Friday.

  • Meghalaya Mine Rescuers Race Against Time, Navy Divers On Their Way

    Meghalaya Mine Rescuers Race Against Time, Navy Divers On Their Way

    It has been almost three weeks since 15 miners got stuck inside a flooded "rat-hole mine" in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, but the wait for the much-needed high-powered pumps still continues. Rescue operations were suspended on Monday, after the low-powered pumps being used to suck out water failed to rise to the occasion.

  • Navy Divers To Join Rescue Effort For Trapped Meghalaya Miners

    Navy Divers To Join Rescue Effort For Trapped Meghalaya Miners

    A group of Indian Navy divers are being flown from Visakhapatnam to join the operation to rescue 15 miners trapped in a flooded rat-hole coal mine in Meghalaya since December 13, official sources said on Friday.

  • On Day 15, Navy Divers, Underwater Drones For Meghalaya Rescue: 10 Points

    On Day 15, Navy Divers, Underwater Drones For Meghalaya Rescue: 10 Points

    Several trucks loaded with 10 heavy pumps are heading towards a rat-hole mine in Meghalaya where 15 men are trapped for three weeks. A heavy-lift transport plane of the Air Force carrying the 10 high-power pumps landed this morning at Guwahati airport. The trucks will cover a distance of 220 km to the mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills in as sh...

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'Navy Divers' - 32 News Result(s)

  • Navy Detects Fifth Decomposed Body Inside Meghalaya Mine

    Navy Detects Fifth Decomposed Body Inside Meghalaya Mine

    Indian Navy divers on Tuesday located the fifth body from inside the 370-feet deep flooded coal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district, where over a dozen miners remain trapped since December 13, 2018, an official said.

  • Navy Stops Operation To Pull Out Decomposed Body From Meghalaya Mine

    Navy Stops Operation To Pull Out Decomposed Body From Meghalaya Mine

    The Navy today stopped efforts to pull out the decomposed body of a miner that it spotted four days ago inside a coal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, officials said. The Navy divers had spotted the decomposed body of a trapped miner on Wednesday, using an unmanned, remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) at a depth of around 160 feet inside the min...

  • In Meghalaya Miners' Rescue, Body Being Pulled Out "Falls Apart"

    In Meghalaya Miners' Rescue, Body Being Pulled Out "Falls Apart"

    The families of the trapped miners inside an illegal 370-ft flooded coal mine in Meghalaya on Thursday said they want the "dead bodies" of the miners to be taken out as per the Supreme Court order even as Navy divers captured pictures of a body inside the flooded mine.

  • Live Updates: Navy Divers Find A Body As Search Ops Continue For 15 Trapped Miners

    Live Updates: Navy Divers Find A Body As Search Ops Continue For 15 Trapped Miners

    Meghalaya Mine Live Updates: More than a month after 15 miners were trapped in an illegal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia hills, Navy divers have detected the body of one person. The body was detected at a depth of nearly 210 feet inside the "rat-hole" mine.

  • In Search For 15 Trapped Meghalaya Miners, Navy Divers Spot Body, Skeletons

    In Search For 15 Trapped Meghalaya Miners, Navy Divers Spot Body, Skeletons

    Navy divers have detected the body of one person more than a month after operations to search and rescue 15 miners trapped in a deep coal mine in Meghalaya.

  • Meghalaya Mine Rescue: No Change In Water Level After 28 Lakh Litres Pumped Out

    Meghalaya Mine Rescue: No Change In Water Level After 28 Lakh Litres Pumped Out

    As part of the ongoing efforts to rescue trapped miners from a flooded coal mine in Meghalaya, multi-agencies personnel used high-powered pumps to drain out 28 lakh litres of water from the main shaft, where 15 miners got trapped, but navy divers have found no change in the water levels, officials said.

  • "Just Want The Bodies": 21 Days On, Hope Fades For Meghalaya Miners' Families

    "Just Want The Bodies": 21 Days On, Hope Fades For Meghalaya Miners' Families

    The families of 15 miners trapped inside a flooded "rat-hole" mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills have lost all hope of ever seeing them alive again. Their fears are justified -- it's been 21 days since they first entered the pit, and rescue workers are nowhere near flushing it out yet.

  • Meghalaya Miners' Rescue Operation: Navy Divers Reach The Bottom Of The Mine

    Meghalaya Miners' Rescue Operation: Navy Divers Reach The Bottom Of The Mine

    As operation to rescue 15 trapped miners continue at the 370-foot-deep illegal coal mine in East Jaintia Hills district, one of the survivor's said on Saturday there is no way the trapped miners will come out alive.

  • On Day 19, Navy Divers Reached Bottom Of Meghalaya Mine: 10 Points

    On Day 19, Navy Divers Reached Bottom Of Meghalaya Mine: 10 Points

    On Monday, a diver of the navy finally reached the bottom of the 370-feet rat hole mine in Meghalaya where 15 men have been trapped for the last 19 days. But none of the trapped men were to be seen. All they saw was coal at the mouth of one lateral rat hole and mud at the bottom of the pit. Navy officers said a search will be possible only when all...

  • "Will Take Time": Meghalaya Rescue Restarts, Navy Divers Join - 10 Points

    "Will Take Time": Meghalaya Rescue Restarts, Navy Divers Join - 10 Points

    The operation to rescue 15 people, trapped in a 320-foot-deep coal mine at Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, has entered its seventeenth day. Now equipped with ten high-powered pumps that are required to pump out the water from the flooded mine, the authorities are preparing for the final push of the rescue operation. A team of divers from the navy a...

  • 16 Days On, Only 3 Helmets Found. No Sign Of Meghalaya Miners: 10 Points

    16 Days On, Only 3 Helmets Found. No Sign Of Meghalaya Miners: 10 Points

    Rescue workers are racing against time to reach the 15 men trapped inside a flooded 320-feet coal mine in Meghalaya for the last 16 days. Navy divers and trucks loaded with high-power pumps made their way to the mine in a remote region in the state's East Jaintia Hills district. Rescue operations were suspended on Monday, after the low-powered pump...

  • Meghalaya Rescue Operation Updates: Navy Divers, High-Pressure Pumps To Reach Site Today

    Meghalaya Rescue Operation Updates: Navy Divers, High-Pressure Pumps To Reach Site Today

    As the search operations for the 15 miners trapped in the rat-hole mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills enters the third week, a heavy transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force carrying 10 high-power pumps landed at the Assam's Guwahati airport on Friday.

  • Meghalaya Mine Rescuers Race Against Time, Navy Divers On Their Way

    Meghalaya Mine Rescuers Race Against Time, Navy Divers On Their Way

    It has been almost three weeks since 15 miners got stuck inside a flooded "rat-hole mine" in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills, but the wait for the much-needed high-powered pumps still continues. Rescue operations were suspended on Monday, after the low-powered pumps being used to suck out water failed to rise to the occasion.

  • Navy Divers To Join Rescue Effort For Trapped Meghalaya Miners

    Navy Divers To Join Rescue Effort For Trapped Meghalaya Miners

    A group of Indian Navy divers are being flown from Visakhapatnam to join the operation to rescue 15 miners trapped in a flooded rat-hole coal mine in Meghalaya since December 13, official sources said on Friday.

  • On Day 15, Navy Divers, Underwater Drones For Meghalaya Rescue: 10 Points

    On Day 15, Navy Divers, Underwater Drones For Meghalaya Rescue: 10 Points

    Several trucks loaded with 10 heavy pumps are heading towards a rat-hole mine in Meghalaya where 15 men are trapped for three weeks. A heavy-lift transport plane of the Air Force carrying the 10 high-power pumps landed this morning at Guwahati airport. The trucks will cover a distance of 220 km to the mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills in as sh...

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