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After Beirut blast, concerns over safety of 700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate at Chennai port warehouse

DNA Thursday, 6 August 2020
Concerns have been raised over nearly 700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate lying in a Chennai warehouse. It is learnt that several containers of the explosive chemical were seized in 2015 since its importer, a private firm, had not secured relevant permission at the time.
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