VANDIPERIYAR, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)- On Friday, nearly 102 people died and more than 50 people were injured at an unfortunate stampede near the hill shrine of Sabarimala.
VANDIPERIYAR - The accident site was still strewn with victims' belongings and offerings to Lord Ayyappa Sunday as police began its probe into the stampede near Kerala's Sabarimala temple that claimed 102 lives.
VANDIPERIYAR - Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi will Sunday visit the site of the stampede where 102 Sabarimala pilgrims died, party leaders said.
VANDIPERIYAR/KUMILY - Grieving relatives Saturday thronged mortuaries to identify their kin among the dead in Kerala's Sabarimala tragedy, which has claimed 102 lives so far, according to Idukki district authorities.
VANDIPERIYAR/KUMILY - As grieving relatives thronged hospitals to identify their kin among the dead in Kerala's Sabarimala tragedy, which has claimed 104 lives so far, a government report Saturday said the stampede in the Pulumedu forest was caused after a tiff between taxi, autorickshaw drivers and pilgrims turned violent.
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