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KOCHI: Minister of State in Shipping Pon Radhakrishnan said a probe has started on the incident where five employees were killed in the blast at Cochin Shipyard Ltd. The minister said this soon after visiting the shipyard. He told reporters that more can be said only after the probe is completed.

The kin of the dead will be given jobs in the shipyard itself. He visited the shipyard Wednesday morning. The shipyard authorities had announced an internal probe on the incident. Factories and boilers department and director general of fishing are conducting a probe. Presently moving forward with this probe and an immediate probe by a central agency will not be there.

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MG varsity exams postponed; holiday in Kottayam on Tuesday  
Tharoor wants to beef up his security, writes to Commissioner  
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Is this how you react: Tharoor  
State-wide SDPI hartal on Tuesday  
Street dog issue: Govt will have to be penalised if it fails to implement Siri Jagan Commission report  
Kerala church scandal: SC to hear tomorrow anticipatory bail plea of priest  
Abhimanyu murder: Six in custody including SDPI president  
Fire breaks out on train at Kollam railway station  
Rain: Four more death, govt calls high officials meet  
Yuva Morcha pours black oil, places wreathe at Shashi Tharoor's office  
Islamic pandit Hameed Madani passes away  
Heavy rains: Low lying areas in Kottayam, Idukki submerged  
17 picked Nipah virus from 1st victim: Kerala govt report  
Heavy rains continue, wide range of calamities, trains running late  
Forest dept should kill and sell meat of threatening wild animals: P C George  
Congress not to observe Ramayana month  
‘Direction was to beat back, carried weapons’: Aadil’s statement  
People should be left with their faith: V M Sudheeran  
One more held in Abhimanyu murder case  
Accused in murder of finance company owner arrested  
 
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