34 KM का अग्निकुंड: उपर ट्रेन... नीचे आग का दरिया || Jharkhand Coal Mine Fire ||





34 KM का अग्निकुंड: उपर ट्रेन... नीचे आग का दरिया || Jharkhand Coal Mine Fire ||



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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About: 34 KM का अग्निकुंड: उपर ट्रेन... नीचे आग का दरिया || Jharkhand Coal Mine Fire ||


The moment they started playing Batman soundtrack I paused the video. I don't want to spoil the feel that soundtrack gives, with this kind of reporting.
Yaaha pr koi nadi nahi hai kiya koi badaa saa daam bana ke bujhaane ka kaam ho
nyc video
public bahot problem hai sir ji hlp koro..sarkar ....
Howrah New Delhi chord line me Aata hai Dhanbad
Hay
Our jaldi band karna chahiye jinda rahnge to kamayenge na kisi ki paresani mat suno bhai
Bikul band hona chahiye sar ji
Ioveu
ye bhaut jaruri tha.. really whn ka condition bhaut hi worst tha...i use to work there....in mines
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govt ko serf paisa dikhta hai, paise k lalach mein koila se pyar..govt ko kya perva logo ke aur unke unke jamein, aur janglo ke, kbhi yha jangal hua kerta thi, fer koila khadan aur aab serf aag he aag.
Sarkar ko yahan ke logonko ko sarkari jagha par basa dena chahiye,agar yahan ke log yahan se nahi hatna chahate hai to iska jimedar ye log kud hai,sarkar nahi.
Me Bhi Bokaro Ka Ra hai Wala Mera bhi Main Line Dhanbad Hai Ana Jana Lekin Yeh 100 Present Saach Hai Band Sahi Ra Ga Kab Kuch Hojiga Kisi Ko Nhi Malum
राम प्रताप कुशवाहा पिपारा
I have an idea
Sorry sir.sab Bccl ki Dean hi sir.
Mithun Nonia
dc line chalo kro
jharia me kaila k vikash kaise hua eska ethihas kya hai plz batayr
ha bhyi band kar do


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.