A drone view shows derailed coaches after trains collided in Balasore district, Odisha, India. Reuters
In a shocking incident, a man set his son afire after the latter threatened to finish him off over a monetary dispute in Bengaluru. Arpith, who had been admitted to the Victoria hospital in Bengaluru, succumbed to burn injuries on Thursday.
The sheer joy on the faces of father-son duo after what for them is a expensive purchase has made netizens realise one thing for sure that we don’t need only luxurious things to be happy even a small thing can give us a feel of a king.
A multiple train collision, which killed at least 288 persons and injured about 300 others, has brought the issue of rail safety to the fore. India’s railway system originated under private auspices in the colonial period. It is now the nation’s biggest state undertaking. With 115,000 kms of track, India boasts of the world’s largest rail network.
These jobs are part of 200 jobs approved by Sheikh Sultan for national cadres to be hired by Sewa in stages in the coming months.
According to his statement, he saw a person resisting the defendants who forced him to get into their vehicle and fled away but he could take down its plate number and informed the police accordingly.
Prominent Saudi journalist, novelist, and media personality Hani Naqshbandi passed away on Sunday. Hani Naqshbandi was born in Medina in 1963.