2 foreign cargo ships collide in Gulf of Kutch Gujarat

Dec 02 2021


Two foreign cargo ships collided in the busy shipping lanes of the Gulf of Kutch in Gujarat. Indian Coast Guard ships, including a pollution control vessel, are on stand-by in the vicinity and the situation is being closely monitored.

 

 

 

>>The Indian Express<<


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