India-Russia collaborate to run passenger train between Nagpur-Secunderabad at the speed of 200 kmph
New Delhi : From November 2016, three major railway mishaps have occurred in India in a very short span. The last of these mishaps was witnessed on Saturday night at 11 pm, claiming lives of 39 passengers. When the whole country is reacting with grief due to these mishaps, a news has come to the fore that India and Russia are going to jointly build a railway track between Nagpur and Secunderabad, capable of carrying the passengers at a speed of 200 kmph. On the one hand, the Railway Ministry is making all-out efforts to modernize the Indian railways, these frequent accidents are posing safety concerns of the rail routes.
‘ISI’ behind Rajendranagar Express mishap, which took 150 lives, claim Bihar Police
New Delhi : A shocking fact has come to the fore that Pakistan’s notorious Intelligence Agency ‘ISI’ is behind the Patna-Indore Rajendranagar Express accident, which claimed 150 lives. Bihar Police have claimed so. A couple of days back, three men were arrested from the Champaran district. This fact has been revealed during their interrogation. This has alerted the Indian Security Services and have dispatched a special squad of National Investigation Agency ‘NIA’ to Bihar. The Rajendranagar Express met with a major accident near Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh on November 20 last year.
J&K Legislative assembly takes Historic decision regarding the return of Kashmiri Pandits
Jammu : The Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly passed a historic resolution for the return of Kashmiri Pandits on Thursday. Kashmiri Pandits along with other minority communities who were forced to leave the Valley fearing for their lives 27 years ago will be rehabilitated here. The issue of their return was being heavily debated since the past few days. Leader of the opposition and ex-chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir, Omar Abdullah tabled the bill to this effect in the Legislative Assembly.