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Over 100 suffer minor injuries in NYC train accident

New York City authorities say more than 100 people suffered minor injuries when a Long Island Rail Road train hit a bumping block at a Brooklyn station. Fire officials at the scene today said metal that appeared to be from a rail pierced the bottom ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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37 injured as train derails in New York

A Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) commuter train derailed at Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, New York, at the height of Wednesday's morning rush, injuring more than three dozen people and smashing glass on the platform, the media reported.Fire officials said 37 ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Train crashes at end of platform; 100 people injured

A packed Long Island Rail Road rush hour train crashed at the end of a platform as it pulled into a major transportation hub, hurling passengers onto the floor and slamming them into each other. The front of the slow-moving train hit a bumping ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Commuter train derails in New York; 100 people injured  The Hindu2 months ago

Commuter train derailment injures 103 in New York

A Long Island Rail Road commuter train derailed in Brooklyn here at the height of Wednesday's morning rush, injuring 103 people, media reported.The incident happened around 8.30 a.m. at the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, where a LIRR train from Far Rockaway, ...
 Prokerala2 months ago New York train derails during morning rush, dozens hurt  Business Standard2 months ago
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The ancient heritage behind our railway bridges

Of the thousands of railway bridges in India, 36,470 are more than 100 years old, and 6,680 are more than 140 years old! But of these, only 21 rank on the Heritage Directorate of the Indian Railways because for them heritage isn’t necessarily a function of age, says Bibek Debroy. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. The Jubilee Bridge was an old railway bridge, between Naihati and Bandel and across the river Hooghly. It possessed features to interest engineering enthusiasts. It was a ...
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TN ordinance to allow Jallikattu awaits Centre nod

Tamil Nadu and the Centre on Friday worked feverishly to bring out an ordinance for ensuring Jallikattu soon as a general strike brought the state to a standstill and tens of thousands of protesters on Marina beach and elsewhere refused to relent until the sport is held. The state continued to be on the edge on the fifth day of the protest by students, youths and other sections demanding immediate staging of the traditional bull-taming sport in Alanganallur, epicentre of the of Jallikattu, and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Jallikattu: Ordinance in the works, Shutdown in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Herald2 months ago

What’s in a name?

About a month ago, the Maharashtra government changed the name of Mumbai’s central railway terminus and its international airport. Again. To recap, the railway terminus at Bori Bunder, a prime example of the Indo-Saracen style of architecture as well as a ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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