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Hyderabad: DRDO develops high strength Beta Titanium alloy on industrial scale

Hyderabad: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has indigenously developed a high strength Metastable Beta Titanium Alloy containing Vanadium, Iron and Aluminium, Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al, on industrial scale for applications in aerospace structural forgings. The alloy was developed by the DRDO-s city-based laboratory, the Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL). The alloy, already being used by many nations in recent times as a substitute for the relatively heavier traditional Ni-Cr-Mo structural steel, helps achieve weig

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Mumbai rain fury: 25 die in house collapses after landslides

Mumbai: Twenty five people died in house collapses triggered by landslides following incessant overnight rains in Mumbai, which caused severe water logging and disruption of suburban train services and vehicular traffic in the financial capital on Sunday, officials said. The Western Railway and Central Railway briefly suspended suburban train services in Mumbai after the heavy rains, and many long distance trains were terminated or regulated at various stations, officials said. Seventeen people died as a compound wall came crashing down o

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Shootings in US capital, NY, Portland leave 3 dead, scores injured

Rampant shootings in major US cities have killed at least three people, including a 6-year-old girl who was shot in a fast-food restaurant in Washington, DC along with five adults that suffered injuries. Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department Executive Assistant Chief Ashan Benedict pleaded to the public on Saturday to help “bring these shooters to justice,” after the late Friday shooting in a Southeast neighborhood of the city that wounded three men and two women. “There is too much gun violence still perpetuated in this city, and t

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Muqtada Sadr says will not participate in Iraq’s upcoming parliamentary election

Iraq's influential Shia Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr says he won't participate in upcoming parliamentary elections in October and withhold his support for any party.In a five-minute address on his private TV channel on Thursday, Sadr declared that he would stay clear of the vote for parliament, where his Saeroon bloc is now the largest with 54 out of 329 seats.According to Press TV, the cleric also said he was withdrawing his support from the current government and the one that would be elected to replace it."I will not partake in these elections bec

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