Sunday, November 25, 2018

Remembering rail accident kauri village today info pandit khuspal chand

The Khanna rail disaster occurred on 26 November 1998 near Khanna on the Khanna-Ludhiana section of India's Northern Railway in Punjab, at 03:15 when the Calcutta-bound Jammu Tawi-Sealdah Express collided with six derailed coaches of the Amritsar-bound "Frontier Mail" which were lying in its path. At least 212 were killed;[1] in total the trains were estimated to be carrying 2,500 passengers. The initial derailment was caused by a broken rail.[2]