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What Caused The Fire In Shyadanahalli? Expert View!

In a report submitted to Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep, S. Rajashekar, an environmental engineer who has done his M.Tech in Chemical Engineering from Mysuru has said that biomass accumulation under the sand was the cause of fire. “Biomass dumps from nearby units that convert coconut shell into charcoal could have caused the accident,” he said….

NSG team in city to probe Belavatha Mystery Fire
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NSG team in city to probe Belavatha Mystery Fire

Mysuru: A unit of National Security Guards (NSG) that specialises in explosives and radiation accidents is in city to probe the mystery fire that occurred at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha killing a teenager recently. Taking the incident seriously and considering its gravity, a four-member team from the NSG has arrived in city this morning for investigation….

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Mysuru boy Harshal dies of chemical burns

A 14-year-old boy died of burns sustained in an open field at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha on the city outskirts. The incident occurred on Apr. 13 when the boy got stuck in loose soil at a vacant plot that was used to dump chemicals illegally. The soil had a high concentration of chemicals. The victim has…

Belavatha mystery fire:Technical experts collect soil samples
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Belavatha mystery fire:Technical experts collect soil samples

The reason behind the spontaneous fire erupting from an alleged dump of chemical waste spread on a field between  Belavatha and Shyadanahalli on the outskirts of the city is  likely to be demystified in three or four days. Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) Technical Advisory Committee member Dr. B.S. Jayaprakash and his team of…

Spot cordoned off; Section 144 imposed; scientists to probe
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Spot cordoned off; Section 144 imposed; scientists to probe

Mysuru – A team of senior scientists from the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, Bengaluru, specialists from Forensic Science Laboratory in Bengaluru, scientists from CFTRI in Mysuru, officials from the Department of Mines and Geology, Fire Service Department and local Pollution Control Board officials will probe the cause of fire at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha on…

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