You are here : Home » TOP STORIES

TOP STORIES

One killed in Tamil Nadu train accident

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 | IANS | Chennai/New Delh
0

 

One person was killed and 21 others injured when 11 bogies of Muzaffarpur-Yashwantpur Express derailed in Tamil Nadu. The rescue operation has been wrapped up, officials said.
 
The accident occurred at Chitheri area near Arakonam, around 60 km from Chennai, at about 6 a.m. Wednesday, said a southern railway official.
 
Railway ministry officials in New Delhi and officials in Chennai said one person was killed and 21 others injured in the incident. The rescue work was over, they said. 
 
However, conflicting reports were emerging from Chennai regarding the toll. 
 
Seven express trains were cancelled in Tamil Nadu on that route because of the derailment. 
 
Earlier railway officials in Chennai had said two people were killed in the accident.
 
 
 
Sunday Edition

Window to the Middle East

14 Dec 2014 | Ananya Borgohain

One of the most read and beloved novelists across the globe, with over 38 million copies of his books sold in more than 70 countries, Khaled Hosseini speaks to ANANYA BORGOHAIN, and shares about his glorious journey that started more than 11 years back and contemplates how it has changed him at the same time Khaled Hosseini left Afghanistan when he was 11, but a sense of belonging towards the…

Read More

STATE EDITIONS

Bachchans acquire land in UP

18 Dec 2014 | Ananya Borgohain

Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan and his son Abhishek Bachchan have again acquired agricultural land in Uttar Pradesh. This time the Bachchans purchased approximately 1...

Read More

SOUND BITES

I'm ashamed these people (Talibani killers) are calling themselves Muslims. How can they take Allah's name? He is not going to forgive them ever.

Union Minister | Najma Heptullah

I don't want to play negative roles only. As I am new to this medium, I want to explore various roles and decide which one I enjoy most.

Actor | Monica Bedi

The Prime Minister is not coming to the House. When emotions are flaring high, the Prime Minister should discuss the issue.

CPI(M) leader | Sitaram Yechury
Site Designed and Developed by: Infomedia Web Solutions