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Barge that sank points to ONGC, shipping regulator’s callousness. Needs swift investigation

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Ignored cyclone warnings and punctured life rafts led to the deaths of 49 people off the west coast. ONGC, India’s top energy company and a Maharatna, looks guilty of safety callousness. It also exposes the incompetence of the national shipping regulator. Swift investigation is needed and liability must be criminal.

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