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JAMMU TAWI EXPRESS NEWS

Acid attack: HC directs police to hand over probe to an ACP

November 30, 2013 4:50 am

‘Train in which accused fled should’ve been stopped’

Acid attack: HC directs police to hand over probe to an ACP

November 29, 2013 2:46 am

According to the police,the man took the Jammu Tawi Express and fled within minutes of the attack.

Four years on,burnt Jammu Tawi Express train to be removed from track

April 08, 2014 4:53 pm

Four years after the Jammu Tawi Express train was torched at the Jalandhar Cantt railway station during the post-Vienna riots,the train is finally being dismantled so that it could be removed from the tracks

4 years on,torched Jammu-Tawi Express to be moved soon

April 14, 2014 11:26 am

Four years after the Jammu-Tawi Express was torched at the Jalandhar Cantt railway station during post-Vienna riots in Jalandhar,it is likely to be removed from the tracks soon,with formalities in this regard being completed a couple of days ago.

Cops pin hopes on CCTV footage to arrest acid attack accused

May 04, 2013 1:47 am

A day after 25-year-old Delhi nursing graduate Preeti Rathi lost an eye in an acid attack at Bandra railway station,police were trying to identify and arrest the accused using technology.

Six months after removal nod,coaches burnt in ‘09 riots lie untouched

May 20, 2012 12:20 am

Even after getting permission for disposal of the burnt coaches of Jammu Tawi Express,which was torched three years back at Jalandhar Cantt railway station during the post-Vienna riots in Jalandhar,the railway authorities have not disposed off the coaches till date.

Two years to the day,burnt train stands on tracks as grim reminder of Dera riot

May 25, 2011 2:59 am

The burnt train – Jammu Tawi Express – which was torched exactly two years ago at Jalandhar Cantt railway station during the post-Vienna riots in Jalandhar,remains on the tracks depicting not only the pathetic attitude of the Indian Railway authorities towards their property but also the red-tapism in the department.