Joda Phatak


'Joda Phatak' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"

    Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"

    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".

  • Navjot Sidhu Exempted From Appearing Before Inquiry On Amritsar Tragedy

    Navjot Sidhu Exempted From Appearing Before Inquiry On Amritsar Tragedy

    Giving a clean chit to Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, the probe official exempted him from appearing before the magisterial inquiry being conducted into the last month's train tragedy near Joda Phatak in Punjab's Amritsar in which about 60 people were killed.

  • Under Opposition Attack, Navjot Sidhu Questions Train Speed, Defends Wife

    Under Opposition Attack, Navjot Sidhu Questions Train Speed, Defends Wife

    Under attack from the opposition, Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has said trains usually run at a much slower speed in the Joda Phatak area of Amritsar than the one that mowed down 61 people standing on the track to watch a Ravan effigy burn during Dussehra last Friday.

  • "What Is My Fault?": Amritsar Event Organiser, In Hiding, Releases Video

    "What Is My Fault?": Amritsar Event Organiser, In Hiding, Releases Video

    Saurabh Madan Mithu, the Amritsar councillor's son who organised the Dussehra event that ended with the death of 61 spectators on a railway track on Friday, has released a video message saying he was being unfairly targeted for the tragedy. The local strongman, who went into hiding on the night of the incident, said that he had taken all the necess...

  • Why Clean Chit To Driver: Navjot Singh Sidhu Slams Railways Over Accident

    Why Clean Chit To Driver: Navjot Singh Sidhu Slams Railways Over Accident

    Under fire from the opposition, Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday questioned the railways' decision to exonerate the driver of the train that ploughed through a crowd standing on the track to watch a Ravan effigy burn in the Joda Phatak area of Amritsar on Dussehra.

  • Amritsar Man, Who Played Ravan, Died Trying To Save People On The Tracks

    Amritsar Man, Who Played Ravan, Died Trying To Save People On The Tracks

    Dalbir Singh had just finished playing Ravana at the Ramleela festivities in Amritsar and was getting ready to watch the burning of the effigy a little after 7 pm on Friday. Like many others, Singh in his twenties, had walked up to the higher ground near the train tracks in Joda Phatak area to get a better view of the fireworks, when a speeding tra...

  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    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...

  • Fireworks Drowned Siren Of Train That Ran Over 60 Celebrating Dussehra

    Fireworks Drowned Siren Of Train That Ran Over 60 Celebrating Dussehra

    At Joda Phatak in Amritsar this evening, hundreds had gathered close to the railway tracks to celebrate Dussehra. Less than 100 metres away, stood the near 20-foot-tall effigy of Ravan, which was to be burnt in the traditional finale to dussehra celebrations, like every year.

  • Centre Ready To Provide All Possible Assistance To Punjab: Rajnath Singh

    Centre Ready To Provide All Possible Assistance To Punjab: Rajnath Singh

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today announced all possible assistance by the Centre to Punjab as a large number of Dussehra revellers standing across railway tracks were mowed down by a passing train at Joda Phatak in Amritsar.

  • Amritsar Train Tragedy Updates: Amarinder Singh Orders Magisterial Inquiry; Report To Be Submitted In 4 Weeks

    Amritsar Train Tragedy Updates: Amarinder Singh Orders Magisterial Inquiry; Report To Be Submitted In 4 Weeks

    At least 50 people have died in a train accident in Amritsar today. According to initial reports, the accident took place at Joda Phatak area in the city, where Ravan effigy was burnt near the tracks.

  • 60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points

    60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points

    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...

'Joda Phatak' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"

    Amritsar Dussehra Event Where 61 Died Was Held "Without Permission"

    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".

  • Navjot Sidhu Exempted From Appearing Before Inquiry On Amritsar Tragedy

    Navjot Sidhu Exempted From Appearing Before Inquiry On Amritsar Tragedy

    Giving a clean chit to Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, the probe official exempted him from appearing before the magisterial inquiry being conducted into the last month's train tragedy near Joda Phatak in Punjab's Amritsar in which about 60 people were killed.

  • Under Opposition Attack, Navjot Sidhu Questions Train Speed, Defends Wife

    Under Opposition Attack, Navjot Sidhu Questions Train Speed, Defends Wife

    Under attack from the opposition, Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has said trains usually run at a much slower speed in the Joda Phatak area of Amritsar than the one that mowed down 61 people standing on the track to watch a Ravan effigy burn during Dussehra last Friday.

  • "What Is My Fault?": Amritsar Event Organiser, In Hiding, Releases Video

    "What Is My Fault?": Amritsar Event Organiser, In Hiding, Releases Video

    Saurabh Madan Mithu, the Amritsar councillor's son who organised the Dussehra event that ended with the death of 61 spectators on a railway track on Friday, has released a video message saying he was being unfairly targeted for the tragedy. The local strongman, who went into hiding on the night of the incident, said that he had taken all the necess...

  • Why Clean Chit To Driver: Navjot Singh Sidhu Slams Railways Over Accident

    Why Clean Chit To Driver: Navjot Singh Sidhu Slams Railways Over Accident

    Under fire from the opposition, Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday questioned the railways' decision to exonerate the driver of the train that ploughed through a crowd standing on the track to watch a Ravan effigy burn in the Joda Phatak area of Amritsar on Dussehra.

  • Amritsar Man, Who Played Ravan, Died Trying To Save People On The Tracks

    Amritsar Man, Who Played Ravan, Died Trying To Save People On The Tracks

    Dalbir Singh had just finished playing Ravana at the Ramleela festivities in Amritsar and was getting ready to watch the burning of the effigy a little after 7 pm on Friday. Like many others, Singh in his twenties, had walked up to the higher ground near the train tracks in Joda Phatak area to get a better view of the fireworks, when a speeding tra...

  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    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...

  • Fireworks Drowned Siren Of Train That Ran Over 60 Celebrating Dussehra

    Fireworks Drowned Siren Of Train That Ran Over 60 Celebrating Dussehra

    At Joda Phatak in Amritsar this evening, hundreds had gathered close to the railway tracks to celebrate Dussehra. Less than 100 metres away, stood the near 20-foot-tall effigy of Ravan, which was to be burnt in the traditional finale to dussehra celebrations, like every year.

  • Centre Ready To Provide All Possible Assistance To Punjab: Rajnath Singh

    Centre Ready To Provide All Possible Assistance To Punjab: Rajnath Singh

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today announced all possible assistance by the Centre to Punjab as a large number of Dussehra revellers standing across railway tracks were mowed down by a passing train at Joda Phatak in Amritsar.

  • Amritsar Train Tragedy Updates: Amarinder Singh Orders Magisterial Inquiry; Report To Be Submitted In 4 Weeks

    Amritsar Train Tragedy Updates: Amarinder Singh Orders Magisterial Inquiry; Report To Be Submitted In 4 Weeks

    At least 50 people have died in a train accident in Amritsar today. According to initial reports, the accident took place at Joda Phatak area in the city, where Ravan effigy was burnt near the tracks.

  • 60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points

    60 Dead As Train Hits Crowd Watching Ravan-Burning In Punjab: 10 Points

    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...

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