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Posted: Nov 21 2016 (19:29)
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Other NewsNov 21 2016 (17:59) How Dangerous Are India’s Railways? – The Numbers - Briefly - WSJ
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6:04 AM EST NOV 21, 2016 By Corinne Abrams
The derailment of a train in northern India that killed more than 130 people highlights the dangers and challenges along the country’s rail network.
Accidents on the rail system resulted in more than 25,000 deaths in 2014, according to the latest statistics available.
Nov 21 2016 (19:29)
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(1) Going by numbers in real sense the train operation of IR is not that bad as per world standards.
(2) Death at railway crossings and at stations (crossing tracks) are mainly due to the negligence or wrong act of the deceased.
(3) We cannot blame IR employees/ their working for the falling of paxs due to over crowding, it is due to under investment and improper investment.
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