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Cyclone Tauktae

Barge P305: ONGC suspends senior officials, takes no action against Afcons, say sources

The fierce backlash over the barge P305 mishap has prompted a series of suspensions and transfers at ONGC, but no action has been taken against Afcons, said sources

Oil leak spotted from cyclone-affected boat off Palghar coast

After-effects of cyclone Tauktae are surfacing as an oil leak has been spotted from a boat that got stranded at sea off the Palghar coast in Maharashtra

Another cyclone Yaas intensifying, Indian Navy puts four naval warships on standby

As the Met department warns that the freshly brewing cyclone Yaas may intensify into 'Very Severe Cyclonic Storm', the Indian Navy puts on standby four naval warships in the Bay of Bengal

Part 2: How transparent is ONGC about lapses in HSE with its workforce?

In the backdrop of the barge mishap, sources have alleged a lack of transparency in HSE issues at ONGC and pointed out the management's reluctance to share inquiry reports with its workforce

Barge mishap: ONGC announces compensation of Rs 2 lakh for kin of deceased, Rs 1 lakh for survivors

ONGC has announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the families of those who have died and are missing and Rs 1 lakh for the survivors

Part I: Why were ONGC barges in Bombay High unprepared for Cyclone Tauktae?

Despite having been warned about a ‘severe cyclonic storm,’ ONGC and Afcons, which was operating the ill-fated barge P305, didn’t move the barges to safety because they underestimated the severity of the cyclone

Cyclone Tauktae: Rajnath Singh lauds three services, Indian Coast Guard for search & rescue operations

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has showered praises for armed forces and the Indian Coast Guard for their ongoing search and rescue operations in areas affected due to Cyclone Tauktae

Cyclone Tauktae: High-level committee to probe drifting of ONGC barges & employee deaths

The Centre has set up a high-level committee to enquire into the sequence of events leading to the stranding of ONGC barges in Cyclone Tauktae

Cyclone Tauktae: 182 out of 261 Afcon staff rescued from Barge P305 in Bombay High

182 out of 261 employees onboard barge P305 of Afcon in Bombay High, which drifted and capsized due to Cyclone Tauktae, have been rescued so far, said sources

Cyclone Tauktae intensifying; AAI Airports of western coast all geared up

To safeguard the airport infrastructures in wake of Cyclone Tauktae, precautionary measures as per checklists for pre-cyclone and post-cyclone are being ensured by concerned airports

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