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NCRB amends Bhopal's traffic accident death data
Hindustan Times

Delhi sees highest number of traffic accident deaths in 2014

July 20, 2015 5:06 pm New Delhi: Among India's 53 mega cities, Delhi saw the highest number of deaths in traffic accidents at 2,200, while Bangalore was the most unsafe for pedestrians, with the city recording the highest pedestrian deaths at 255, ... Manila Times, 1 week ago
NCRB amends Bhopal's traffic accident death data Hindustan Times, 2 days ago
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Times of India

Jharkhand Education Minister thinks APJ Abdul Kalam is dead!

BJP Minister Neera Yadav messed up badly when she accidentally garlanded former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam's photo!
 DNA1 week ago APJ Abdul Kalam: Accidental President never faded away  Times of India5 days ago Abdul Kalam: The Human  DNA India1 day ago
Autocar Professional

Prime minister Narendra Modi bats for road safety in India

The fast-climbing road accident and fatality rates in the country have caught prime minister Narendra Modi's attention. In his monthly radio programme, Mann Ki Baat , broadcast on July 26, he took up the cause of road safety and the high road ...
 Autocar Professional4 days ago Road safety tops Modi's agenda on Mann ki Baat  Yahoo! India5 days ago Govt to soon introduce Bill for road accident victims  Business Today India5 days ago India's deadly roads likely to figure in PM's Mann ki Baat on Sunday  Times of India1 week ago
Deutsche Welle

Indian MP Tharoor accidentally ignites debate over UK reparations to India

The "R" word - reparations - was not really a mainstay issue of the India-UK relationship. There hadn't really been any kind of dull roar about the 150 years Britain spent on the subcontinent as colonizers, or the need for the country to make amends ...
 Deutsche Welle5 days ago Cycas sainthii, Delphinium hajrae-Botany gets Indian surnames  The Freepress Journal1 week ago The Most Accident-Prone Place in India Will Surprise You  Austin American Statesman1 week ago 1.41 lakh people died due to road accidents in India in 2014  Rush Lane1 week ago
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Business Insider India

Controversial book on Manmohan Singh's tenure as the Accidental Prime Minister to be adapted into a film

Indian cinema, it seems like, has adapted the trend of turning books into movies rather profitably, much like its western cousin, Hollywood! Another one in the series is last year's political best seller, Sanjay Baru 's " The Accidental Prime ...
 Business Insider India1 week ago 'The Accidental Prime Minister...' movie in premature state: Sunil Bohra  Prokerala1 week ago Sunil Bohra to make film on Manmohan Singh  Hindustan Times1 week ago Baru's Accidental Prime Minister heading for the silver screen  Business Standard India1 week ago
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Oneindia

Natural calamities took two lives every hour in India in 2014

At least two people died every hour in India due to natural calamities while 36 deaths occurred due to accidents every hour in 2014, official data revealed. Over 20,000 deaths were reported due to 'natural calamities' while there were 3,16,828 ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Natural calamities take two lives every hour in India  Mid Day1 week ago Natural calamities took 2 lives every hour in India in 2014  Oneindia2 weeks ago Trunk calls  Geographical.co.uk2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Human Mistakes Caused 15 Times More Deaths Than Natural Calamities In India Last Year

Over 15 times more people die in human error-induced (unnatural) accidents than natural calamities almost every year. Among unnatural causes of accidents, drowning and accidental fire killed most people after road/rail accidents in 2014. 20,000 ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago 15 times more deaths due to human error-induced accidents than natural calamities in 2014  Times of India1 week ago Human error kills more in India than nature  Times of India1 week ago

PM Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat': Kargil Day, road accidents, northeast region's development were focused upon

A week after National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) released the data on accidental deaths in India, where the official statistics has shown that 15 to 16 people die in road accident every hour i.e. nearly 380 every day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...
 Meri News5 days ago PM Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' focuses on Kargil Day, road accidents, northeast region's development  Meri News5 days ago

‘When will India replace cricket with baseball?’ The best comments from a mistaken Indian story on baseball Reddit page

Here are the funniest comments about an Indian news story about Hindusim that was accidentally posted on a baseball Reddit page in USA. The post ‘When will India replace cricket with baseball?’ The best comments from a mistaken Indian story on baseball ...
 First Post.com1 week ago When will India replace cricket with baseball? The best comments from a mistaken Indian story on baseball Reddit page  Firstpost.com1 week ago
Mid Day

Drowning: An unknown public-health disaster

10:56 AM IST It is reasonably well known that India has the world's deadliest roads, with traffic accidents accounting for 53% of unnatural deaths in 2014. What isn't as well known is the second major cause of unnatural deaths: drowning (9%). ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago 80 people drown every day in India: Report  Mid Day1 week ago 80 people drown everyday in India  Mid Day1 week ago
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