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Amritsar train accident: SIT contemplates lie detector test on DMU loco pilot

The SIT has also been informed that the speedometer of the Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) train which mowed down 61 people to death and left scores of others injured stopped functioning after the accident.

Amritsar train tragedy: GRP summons train driver, organiser of Dussehra event

A case was registered under Sections 304 (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder), 304A (causing death by negligence) and 338 (causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the IPC.


Cop held for travelling in coach reserved for disabled in Mumbai

When Sanjay Modi, a differently abled man boarded the coach reserved for the handicapped, he found that seats were occupied by people without any disability, police said.

Daughters thrown off train: Man held at Lucknow station, says was drunk, wanted to kill them

“During interrogation, he confessed to have pushed his four daughters off the train under influence of alcohol... he wanted to kill them when the train was passing through Sitapur," informed the SP.

For these GRP men, railway station floor is bed at night

The GRP men, who have to board the early morning trains from 4.15 am from Churchgate, feel that spending the night at the station works best for their hours of duty.

GRP seizes 10 gold biscuits from Rajdhani passengers

During routine checking in the train at Guwahati Railway station this morning, GRP personnel seized the gold biscuits valued at Rs 50 lakh from the two persons travelling from Dimapur in Nagaland to Delhi, GRP Officer-in-Charge Pankaj Kalita told PTI.


Report on safer train commute: A year later, GRP suggestions yet to be implemented

The report identifies 183 points across the local suburban railway services as “accident prone” with the stretch between Kurla and Mulund on the central line being “the most accident prone”.

Government Railway Police seizes firearms at Sealdah

Normally, such consignments are sent to various locations from Munger district by illegal arms manufacturers, officials said, adding they suspect that the unfinished weapons were being taken to a nearby illegal arms factory for the finishing touches.

Short-staffed railway police put up with a ‘deadly’ job

422 bodies found this year was too much to handle for the GRP that is reeling under severe staff crunch

Rlys to table Bill giving more power to RPF

The Railway Ministry is all set to introduce a Bill aimed at giving powers to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) regarding probing into criminal cases reported in running trains.