According to reports, a methane gas cylinder exploded at Mohit Petrochemical factory. The blast triggered a huge fire at the factory.
The explosion killed at least two people and injured up to 70 as a section of the thoroughfare collapsed, police said.
Expressing shock over the loss of life, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu directed authorities to ensure that the injured received all possible medical treatment.
Some labourers were working in the fields of Jabowal border belt when the blast took place, a police officer told PTI.
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Images broadcast on Zimbabwean TV showed scenes of chaos and medics fighting to save those wounded by the blast.
Reports suggest that several people have also been injured in the blast. Rescue operations are underway.
Blast at a juice corner in Allahabad, no casualty reported
The area near the restaurant situated at Mississauga Plaza in the central area of the city has been cordoned off.
Officials said a suicide bomber detonated explosives outside Jalalabad's customs finance department before other insurgents stormed the building.
A series of huge explosions followed by gunshots rocked Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Wednesday. As per a media report, blasts hit Kabul's PD13 and Qala-e-Fatullah area.
The blast comes at a time when preparations are going on for laying foundation stone of the project by PM Modi during his official visit to Nepal on May 11.
The blast took place around 11 am in the water tank of the berthed ONGC tanker Sagar Bhushan when some 20 workers were working in the tanker ship.
The blast occurred mid-morning at the Varby gard station in Huddinge, a southern suburb of the Swedish capital.
The attack targeted the church where prayers of Christian community were being held, the Express Tribune newspaper reported quoting Balochistan’s Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti.
The man was sitting inside a shop when his phone started emitting smoke. Fortunately, the man managed to escape with minor injuries.