West Bengal train collision: A 9-min, 7-km mystery
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West Bengal train collision: A 9-min, 7-km mystery

Sunrise : FL : USA | Jul 20, 2010 at 12:30 PM PDT
Source: The Hindustan Times
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It was 1.53 am on Monday morning when the Kolkata bound Uttarbanga Express from Cooch Behar stopped at Gadadharpur station, 7 km away from Sainthia. It stopped because the line to Sainthia was not clear. "It was an unscheduled stop as the train had not been given the green signal," said Pramod Kumar, station... FULL ARTICLE AT The Hindustan Times
 
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