Shaking trade

Shaking trade Vidyasagar Setu spurs illegal business in coal
the Hooghly River Bridge Commission (hrbc) has begun filling up deep holes at the base of the Vidyasagar Setu on the Howrah side of the bridge that coal pilferers had dug up over two decades.
The state-run commission initiated the work after it apparently learnt about the diggings allegedly by an organized network in June following a media report. hrbc officials say the holes, some of which are about 20 feet deep and at least one of which had exposed a pylon

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