Oil spill in troubled waters

Oil spill in the Bay of Bengal spells doomsday for breeding of Ridley turtles The worst fears of environmentalists appear to have come true with reports of an oil leak from MV Black Rose, the Mongolian ship that sank off Paradeep coast in Orissa on the 9th of September. The ship was carrying about 926 tonnes (926,000 litres) of furnace oil.

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