A woman identified as Vandana Dongre, 40, a resident of Wardha, had come to the station to see off her daughter who was proceeding to Pune in S-3 coach of train No. 02036 Nagpur –Pune express.
"The prosecutor general ordered that the two drivers... their two assistants, the guard of a traffic control tower, the head of traffic control in Assiut and two other guards ... be remanded in custody," a statement from the prosecutor said.
Authorities in the Indian city of Mumbai issued a red alert on Tuesday and warned people not to venture out after heavy overnight rain in the financial hub brought flooding and travel chaos.
On Thursday, a CCTV camera at a metro station in Manhattan spotted a young man running towards a woman.
"Very sadly despite the best efforts of paramedics, we can confirm that three people have been pronounced dead at the scene," British Transport Police said in a statement. Police, several ambulances, an air ambulance and fire engines were at the scene.
Bild newspaper reported that the device was a home-made bomb capable of causing serious injuries, adding that it had been discovered by a cleaner in a cardboard box hidden in one of the train's compartments.
The Health Ministry said in a statement that besides the dead, at least 98 people were injured, with most of them suffering from broken bones, cuts and bruises.
Netizens are aghast with the dangerous stunt, which could prove fatal for many if they try to repeat the act.
The video footage shows the impatient biker going past the level crossing and then attempt to ride across the tracks.