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Railways seeks to blame Kumbh stampede squarely on local admin
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Railways seeks to blame Kumbh stampede squarely on local admin

Allahabad: The Railways today appeared to disagree with the findings of a judicial commission set up by the SP government in UP to inquire into a stampede during the Maha Kumbh mela here last year and squarely blamed the tragedy on “faulty crowd ... IndiaTV News, 1 month ago

Stampede before dawn kills 10 in India police say

Hindu women devotees offer prayers to a peepal tree on the auspicious occasion of Somvati Amavasya in Allahabad, India, Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. A pre-dawn stampede killed 10 people Monday as tens
 Big News Network1 month ago PHOTOS: India's deadliest stampedes ever  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Photo: INDIA : Indian residents move the bodies  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago

10 pilgrims killed in stampede in MP town

Allahabad/Jhansi: At least 10 pilgrims including six women were killed and 18 others were injured in a stampede at the Kamtanath Pahad temple of Chitrakoot town, about 80 kms from Satna district headquarter of Madhya Pradesh early on Monday. Among ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Patna Stampede: No security for common man

Patna stampede, which claimed the lives of almost 40 people, shows that government does not plan for the security of the common man and the security forces are used to ensure the security of VVIPs only. When planning a public event, which is not ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago

Not learning from past

Patna stampede not the first; sadly won't be last While it is too early to pin the blame on any one individual or group for the stampede in Patna that has claimed more than 30 lives and injured scores more, there is little doubt that Friday's ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Closed exits led to stampede, say eyewitnesses

Hundreds of footwear lay strewn on a one-km stretch of road on the South-East corner of Gandhi Maidan here, bearing testimony to the tragedy that struck the people returning from Dussehra celebration on Friday. Patnaites blamed the district police ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Indian police go high-tech

Police in the Indian city of Allahabad have activated groups to exchange crime information on WhatsApp, ensuring peace during the upcoming Eid season, The Times of India reported. WhatsApp had proved to be an important tool to connect cops with ...
 Arab News3 weeks ago

Cops on Whatsapp to exchange info on crime

Allahabad: With festive season fast approaching and festivals like Dussehra, Eid-uz-Zuha and Diwali inching closer, police have activated groups to complete and exchange information on Whatsapp to ensure peace during the period. Whatsapp had proved ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Alliance government in the centre in 2004.

Ram Naik has sent the report of the one-member judicial commission whichprobed the circumstances leading to the stampede at the Allahabad railway station during the Mahakumbh Mela in 2013 to Union Home ministry, Railway ministry and UP Chief ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

Marussia driver Bianchi seriously injured in Japanese Grand Prix

Rajdeep Sardesai of Headlines Today heckled in New York Indian-Americans give rock star treatment to Modi at Madison Square Garden RSS pats Modi government Terrorism in India 'exported', not home-grown: Modi No relief Jayalalithaa, Karnataka HC ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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