SAINTHIA - Beginning his probe into the West Bengal train tragedy, a senior railway official Wednesday interrogated the guard of the Uttar Banga Express and the two drivers of the ill-fated Vananchal Express at Sainthia station in Birbhum district.
SAINTHIA - Two days after the train accident here that killed 63 people, accounts from eyewitnesses and railway officials Wednesday revealed laxities on the part of the railway authorities.
SAINTHIA - Two days after the train accident here that killed 63 people, accounts from witnesses as well as junior and former railway employees Wednesday indicate laxities on the part of the railway administration.
SAINTHIA - Dhina Mirdha is illiterate, and cannot speak the local lingo.
SAINTHIA - Bodies of 40 of the 63 passengers who died in Monday's ghastly train accident in West Bengal's Birbhum district have been identified while rescue workers continued to stumble upon severed limbs and body parts of victims Tuesday at the accident site.
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