The term “accident‟ envelopes a wide spectrum of occurrences with or without significant impact on the system. Consequential train accidents include mishaps with
serious repercussions in terms of loss of human life or injury, damage to railway property
or interruption to rail traffic in excess of laid-down threshold levels and values. These consequential train accidents include collisions, derailments, fire in trains, road vehicles
colliding with trains at level crossings, and certain specified types of ”miscellaneous‟ train mishaps [Ministry of Railways, Safety Performance 2011-12, p. 38]

Retraction does not always dilute or reduce or wipe out the evidentiary value of a confessional statement. Quite often retraction is an afterthought. It could be the result of legal advice or pressure exerted by those whose involvement may be likely to be disclosed or confirmed by the confessional statement of the accused. Therefore, in each case, the court will […]

Ministry of Railways  The Railways Act, 1989 RAILWAY MANUAL GST Rates on Railway as per 01/07/2017 The Railway Claims Tribunal Act, 1987 An Act to provide for the establishment of a Railway Claims Tribunal for inquiring into and determining claims against a railway administration for loss, destruction, damage, deterioration or non-delivery of animals or goods entrusted to it to be carried by […]

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