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Drivers seek immediate repair of bailey bridge in Jiribam
E Pao!

Bridge snapped due to excess weight FIR

According to an FIR registered at Nungba police station in connection with the snapping of a bailey bridge along Imphal Jiribam NH 37 near Nung Dolan, the bridge snapped due to excess weight Source The Sangai Express E Pao!, 4 days ago

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E Pao!, 1 week ago
E Pao!, 1 month ago
Voice of Sikkim, 1 month ago
The Assam Tribune, 2 months ago
E Pao!, 5 months ago
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Works Minister Biswajit inspects Bailey Bridges at Motbung and Saparmeina

Works Minister Biswajit inspects Bailey Bridges at Motbung and Saparmeina Speaking to media persons at the bridge site, the Minister said the damaged bridge has been left neglected for long. If the weather permits, construction of a new bailey bridge will be ...
 E Pao!1 week ago Biswajit inspects  E Pao!1 week ago Bailey Bridge Over Teesta at Mantam Inaugurated by Dy Speaker SLA  Voice of Sikkim1 month ago

New bailey bridge to be constructed

The National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited NHIDCL has taken up necessary steps to build a new bailey bridge in place of Chirakhong bailey bridge bear Nungdolan, along National Highway 37 Imphal Jiribam road Source The Sangai Express ...
 E Pao!3 weeks ago
The Assam Tribune

One killed in Mizoram Bailey bridge collapse

AIZAWL, Feb 13 - A 48-year-old man died when an under construction bridge he was walking on collapsed near Sesawng in Aizawl district around 10 am today.Sources said HC Lalfakzuala and his nephew Laltleipuia of Sesawng village, were walking across the Bailey ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago
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London Bridge attackers 'had taken large quantities of steroids'

The terrorists who rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people in nearby Borough Market killing eight people in June last year were high on steroids, a United Kingdom court was told on Friday. The three men, identified as Pakistan born Khurram Shazad Butt, Moroccan-origin Rachid Redouane and Moroccon-Italian Yousef Zaghba, all had high levels of a drug called DHEA in their system, according to a toxicologist report presented at a pre-inquest hearing at the Old Bailey ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Mizoram PWD Minister offers to resign over bridge collapse

AIZAWL, Feb 16 - Mizoram PWD Minister Lal Thanzara today said he was ready to resign, in a sharp response to opposition parties' demand for his resignation over the collapse of the under construction Bailey bridge that killed one person and injured another on ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago
Business Standard

BRO builds strategic road in remote Arunachal Pradesh district

The Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has achieved another major feat in Arunachal Pradesh by building an 'operationally critical' road and another bridge in the remote Upper Subansiri district of the state, along the India-China border.The construction work ...
 Business Standard2 months ago BRO links remote villages on Indo-China border  Sify2 months ago
DNA

Currey Road FOB: MP Arvind Sawant demands west landing

On Sunday, Sawant visited Currey Road station to monitor the work. The Bombay Sappers of the Indian Army completed connecting it with Bailey Bridge made of high carbon steel
 DNA2 months ago
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