Dussehra Celebration In Punjab

'Dussehra Celebration In Punjab' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday December 7, 2018
    The magisterial inquiry into the Amritsar train tragedy that claimed 61 lives has held that the Dussehra event organised by a ruling Punjab Congress leader was held "without permission" and "without undertaking required safety and security measures".
  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly
    Amritsar News | Edited by S Shobana | Saturday October 20, 2018
    Barely 30 seconds before a train ran over 60 people celebrating Dussehra in Amritsar on Friday evening, another train had passed by in the opposite direction, slowly. The first train that started from the Amritsar railway station, about two kilometres from the accident site, was headed to Howrah in West Bengal. The second train, which was much fast...
  • Amritsar Train Driver Says He Got All-Clear To Move On; Cops Question Him
    Amritsar News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday October 20, 2018
    The driver of the train that ran over 60 people while they were watching Dussehra celebrations in Amritsar was questioned by the Punjab and railway police. The driver said he was given the green all-clear signal to move ahead and he had no idea that hundreds of people were standing on the tracks ahead before the train crossed the area, people with ...
  • Before Amritsar Tragedy, People Stood On Elevated Tracks For Better View
    Amritsar News | Reported by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal, Edited by Debanish Achom | Saturday October 20, 2018
    Sixty-one people celebrating Dussehra were killed after a train ran over hundreds standing on a railway track in Amritsar on Friday evening. The tracks at Jaura Phatak were on higher ground, which gave a better view of the burning effigy of Ravan. As it was lit and fireworks went off, a section of the crowd retreated towards the tracks, where a lar...
  • President Kovind, PM Modi Mourn Punjab Train Accident
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday October 19, 2018
    President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leaders of political parties on Friday expressed shock and grief over a train tragedy that claimed at least 50 lives during a Dussehra celebration in Punjab.
  • 60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points
    India News | Reported by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal, Edited by Vaibhav Tiwari | Saturday October 20, 2018
    At least 60 people celebrating Dussehra were killed after a train ran over hundreds standing on a railway track in Amritsar on Friday evening. As Ravan's effigy - located very close to the tracks at Jaura Phatak - was lit and fireworks went off, a section of the crowd retreated towards the tracks, where a large number of people were already standin...
  • Dussehra Celebrated Across Punjab, Haryana
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday October 22, 2015
    Effigies of Ravana were burnt and people cutting across religious communities exchanged sweets and greetings as Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today joined the nation in celebrating the festival of Dussehra.

'Dussehra Celebration In Punjab' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday December 7, 2018
    The magisterial inquiry into the Amritsar train tragedy that claimed 61 lives has held that the Dussehra event organised by a ruling Punjab Congress leader was held "without permission" and "without undertaking required safety and security measures".
  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly
    Amritsar News | Edited by S Shobana | Saturday October 20, 2018
    Barely 30 seconds before a train ran over 60 people celebrating Dussehra in Amritsar on Friday evening, another train had passed by in the opposite direction, slowly. The first train that started from the Amritsar railway station, about two kilometres from the accident site, was headed to Howrah in West Bengal. The second train, which was much fast...
  • Amritsar Train Driver Says He Got All-Clear To Move On; Cops Question Him
    Amritsar News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday October 20, 2018
    The driver of the train that ran over 60 people while they were watching Dussehra celebrations in Amritsar was questioned by the Punjab and railway police. The driver said he was given the green all-clear signal to move ahead and he had no idea that hundreds of people were standing on the tracks ahead before the train crossed the area, people with ...
  • Before Amritsar Tragedy, People Stood On Elevated Tracks For Better View
    Amritsar News | Reported by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal, Edited by Debanish Achom | Saturday October 20, 2018
    Sixty-one people celebrating Dussehra were killed after a train ran over hundreds standing on a railway track in Amritsar on Friday evening. The tracks at Jaura Phatak were on higher ground, which gave a better view of the burning effigy of Ravan. As it was lit and fireworks went off, a section of the crowd retreated towards the tracks, where a lar...
  • President Kovind, PM Modi Mourn Punjab Train Accident
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday October 19, 2018
    President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leaders of political parties on Friday expressed shock and grief over a train tragedy that claimed at least 50 lives during a Dussehra celebration in Punjab.
  • 60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points
    India News | Reported by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal, Edited by Vaibhav Tiwari | Saturday October 20, 2018
    At least 60 people celebrating Dussehra were killed after a train ran over hundreds standing on a railway track in Amritsar on Friday evening. As Ravan's effigy - located very close to the tracks at Jaura Phatak - was lit and fireworks went off, a section of the crowd retreated towards the tracks, where a large number of people were already standin...
  • Dussehra Celebrated Across Punjab, Haryana
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday October 22, 2015
    Effigies of Ravana were burnt and people cutting across religious communities exchanged sweets and greetings as Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh today joined the nation in celebrating the festival of Dussehra.
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