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 India announces plans for a manned lunar mission within the next two decades. India announces plans for a manned lunar mission within the next two decades.
  
-**February 24, 2017:** In the wake of the Mumbai disaster, Russian president Medvedev announces a multibillion dollar deal between Rosatom and Delhi to help India build nuclear power stations as part of its nation-wide infrastructure program.+**September 18, 2018:** An explosion in an area of Mumbai destroys the slum filled blocks of Shivaji Nagar. It is thought that a corroded gas-line in the slums lead to the massive explosion coming from one ignition point, later identified by a burnt out car. The cause is not discovered, but terrorism or an industrial explosion couldn’t be crossed out equally. Because of the size of the disaster zone, a confirmed death toll could not have been told at the end of the day. 
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 +**September 19, 2018:** Investigations from eye-witnesses and into the burnt out car crosses out the theory of a terrorist attack, which puts the nation at rest of threat of an attack on the scale of the 2008 Mumbai attacks. The President of India {Whoever wins the 2017 elections} announces plans to ensure that a disaster on this scale does not happen again, but more details are to be made up. At the end of the day, the death toll rose from 730 to 1,353 already becoming the 3rd deadliest explosion in the world, and with the death toll still rising. 
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 +**September 22, 2018:** The death toll reaches 2,635 and levels out to become the 2nd deadliest explosion in the world, surpassing the Halifax explosion. Investigations further reveal the explosion to have spread through the corroded gas-lines of Shivaji Nagar and originated from a spark crated when the burnt out car hit the poorly built road. 
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 +**September 23, 2018:** The President of India announces his new plan to start mass projects to improve transport, infrastructure and government services in India to insure a disaster of this scale does not occur again. This is controversial though as critics say that the President is using the disaster as a leverage for a plan that could have been implemented years ago.  
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 +**December 7, 2018:** Plans to build a new government facility on the grounds of the destroyed Shivaji Nagar blocks gets under-way. The government facility will be where the projects to improve infrastructure will be commanded from as well as services for unemployment,​ education and family welfare, all available for the families in the area living in the surviving slums. This again becomes controversial and called a clear leverage for the building once again despite the fact that the government is preserving a destroyed street block as a memorial to the disaster. 
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 +**February 24, 2019:** In the wake of the Mumbai disaster, Russian president Medvedev announces a multibillion dollar deal between Rosatom and Delhi to help India build nuclear power stations as part of its nation-wide infrastructure program.
  
 Rosatom takes particular interest in India'​s abundant thorium reserves which could be used to power clean fourth generation thorium fission reactors. Indian researchers in Bangalore are fast at work on a prototype reactor along with their Chinese, Russian, European and American colleagues. Rosatom takes particular interest in India'​s abundant thorium reserves which could be used to power clean fourth generation thorium fission reactors. Indian researchers in Bangalore are fast at work on a prototype reactor along with their Chinese, Russian, European and American colleagues.
  
 The Indian prime minister announces plàns to generate 25% of India'​s electricity from nuclear power by 2035. The Indian prime minister announces plàns to generate 25% of India'​s electricity from nuclear power by 2035.
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 +**March 16, 2019:** New statistics show that in the past year, especially after the Shivaji Nagar disaster on 18 September, India’s unemployment and Income Inequality has decreased because of many new jobs made across the country for the new infrastructure. This brings India closer to a Developed Country status and some ministers toss around ideas and rumours of holding some form of international event to show how Developed India has become.
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 +**July 22, 2021:** India announces it’s intentions to host the World Expo 2025 near to the Shivajo Nagar project. The ambitious plan includes housing all the residents still living in the slums into new affordable housing and giving them opportunity to gain jobs at the expo if it is won.
  
 **August 12th, 2021:** The first models of the jointly developed P-51 stealth fighter arrive from Russia and begin active duty in the Indian Air Force màking India the latest nation with 5th generation jets. The fighters are modified to fit the needs of the Indian Air Force in maintaining air supremacy over South Asia and portions of the Indian Ocean. **August 12th, 2021:** The first models of the jointly developed P-51 stealth fighter arrive from Russia and begin active duty in the Indian Air Force màking India the latest nation with 5th generation jets. The fighters are modified to fit the needs of the Indian Air Force in maintaining air supremacy over South Asia and portions of the Indian Ocean.
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