The Mumbai Harbour`s 34-km-long navigation channel serves the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), the Bombay Port Trust and also the Indian Navy.
The ship, laden with 60,000 tonnes of coal and 340 tonnes of fuel and diesel, sank Thursday afternoon, raising apprehensions of an ecological hazard.
INS Vidhyagiri was returning to
the dockyard while the merchant vessel was leaving Mumbai
harbour when the two collided.
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