HP bus accident: PM Modi announces ex-gratia for kin of victims - The Siasat Daily

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced ex-gratia for the next of kin of those killed and seriously injured in the bus accident in Himachal Pradesh. Prime Minister Modi announced ex-gratia of Rs. two lakh for the families of ...

45 killed as bus falls into river in HP - Press Trust of India

Shimla, Apr 19 (PTI) Forty-five passengers were killed when a private bus plunged into River Tons in remote Nerwa area of Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh today. The passengers were on their way from Vikasnagar in Uttarakhand to Tuni and the mishap ...

45 dead as bus plunges into Tons river in Himachal Pradesh - Hindustan Times

A bus carrying around 50 passengers plunged into the Tons river in Himachal Pradesh, killing 45 on board.(HT Photo). Forty-five passengers were killed on Wednesday when a private bus fell into the Tons river, a tributary of the Yamuna, near Chopal, 95 ...

Himachal bus accident: Rs 1 lakh compensation announced for kin of deceased - News Nation

The Uttarakhand government today announced a compensation of Rs one lakh for the kin of those killed in an accident in neighbouring Himachal Pradesh which involved a private bus originating from Dehradun.

45 dead as U'khand bus falls into river in Himachal - Times of India

DEHRADUN/SHIMLA: In perhaps one of the worst road accidents in the recent past, 45 passengers, including at least 16 people from Uttarakhand, were killed on Wednesday when a private bus travelling from Vikasnagar to Tyuni fell into Tons river near ...

Himachal Pradesh: 44 dead after bus falls into River Tons - Economic Times

At least 44 passengers died after a bus carrying them turned turtle and fell into River Tons in Himachal Pradesh's Gumma on Wednesday. Around 55 passengers were onboard the bus when the accident took place. Some of the passengers are still missing ...

Narendra Modi announces Rs 2 lakh for each of those killed in Himachal Pradesh bus mishap - Firstpost

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday expressed anguish over the loss of lives in a bus mishap in Himachal Pradesh and announced ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for the next of kin of each of those killed. × ...

Tourists choose Shimla over Kashmir for peaceful atmosphere - New Kerala

Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) , Apr 19 : Tourist influx in North Indian hill town Shimla has increased after turmoil in Jammu and Kashmir. Despite temperature going above normal mark, tourists come here due to the peaceful atmosphere.

Modi announces ex-gratia for Himachal accident victims - India.com

New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced ex-gratia of Rs two lakh for the next of kin of each of those killed in a bus accident in Himachal Pradesh from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF). “The Prime ...

Bus in India skids off mountain into river, 44 dead - UPI.com

Forty-four people died when their bus fell 820 feet from a road into the Tons River near Shimla, India, on Wednesday. Two people survived. Image courtesy of Google maps. April 19 (UPI) -- At least 44 people died Wednesday when a bus skidded off a road ...

Bus crash kills 44 in northern India - The News International

NEW DELHI: A bus has swerved off a mountain road and plunged into a deep ravine in a Himalayan region of northern India, killing 44 people, an official said Wednesday. Only two of the 46 people on board the bus survived when it flew off a cliff and ...

Minister of Railways inaugurates Workshop on Adaptation & Sustainability of Modern Technologies in Railways ... - Business Standard

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has announced ex gratia of Rs. 2 lakhs for the next of kin of those killed, and Rs. 50,000 for those seriously injured, in the bus accident near Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, from PMNRF. (This story has not been ...

Bus crash kills 44 in northern India – official - Rappler

NEW DELHI, India – A bus swerved off a mountain road and plunged into a deep ravine in a Himalayan region of northern India, killing 44 people, an official said on Wednesday, April 19. Only two of the 46 people on board the bus survived when it flew ...

44 killed as bus falls into river in Himachal Pradesh; PM Modi announces ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for next of kin - Zee News

In a tragic incident, at least 44 people were killed when a private bus plunged into River Tons in remote Nerwa area of Shimla district on Wednesday. . Last Updated: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 19:17. Comment. 0. Comment. Shimla: In a tragic incident, ...

Scores dead as bus falls into gorge in northern India - News24

New Delhi - Forty-four people were killed after a bus swerved off a mountain road and plunged into a deep gorge in northern India's Himachal Pradesh state on Wednesday, a senior government official said. Only two people, including the ticket checker, ...

Indian bus crash kills 44 after plunge off mountain road - Ynetnews

A bus fell off a mountain road in a northern Indian state and plunged into a river on Wednesday, killing 44 people, officials said. There were just two survivors from the 46 on board, its conductor and a passenger who jumped off just before the mishap ...

PM announces Rs 2 lakh for each of those killed in HP bus - India Today

New Delhi, Apr 19 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed anguish over the loss of lives in a bus mishap in Himachal Pradesh and announced ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for the next of kin of each of those killed. "Extremely anguished by the loss ...

Dozens dead after bus plunges off mountain road in India - Yorkshire Coast Radio

At least 44 people have died after a bus plunged down a ravine and into a river in northern India. The vehicle, with 56 passengers on board, swerved off a mountain road in Himachal Pradesh, about 70 miles (115 kilometres) from the state capital, Shimla.

Dozens dead after bus plunges off mountain road - Sky News

The vehicle, with 46 passengers on board, swerved off a mountain road in a Himalayan region of northern India. 15:53, UK, Wednesday 19 April 2017. Indian rescue personnel and volunteers stand amidst wreckage and victims after a bus accident, at.

43 Killed as Bus Falls Into Tons River in Himachal Pradesh - The Quint

At least 45 people are feared dead when a private bus rolled off the road and fell into Tons river in remote Nerwa area in Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh. The accident site is along the border of Shimla district and Sirmaur district. The number of ...