In Madhya Pradesh's Rahatgarh district, a school bus met with an accident, on September 27. As per sources, the bus carrying 40 children met with a major accident, resulting in the death of one child, and leaving two seriously injured. Moreover, all the other 37 students are fine and safe. "One child died. All other children are safe," said Deepak Arya, Collector of Sagar.
In Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly, an eight-month-old baby reportedly died after the battery of a cellphone kept near her exploded. The police confirmed the incident on September 14, saying the keypad phone was kept on charging and already had a swollen battery when it exploded next to the baby. The police condemned the incident and blamed parents' negligence, which caused the unfortunate demise of the baby.
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Yora Tade, Arunachal Pradesh kickboxer, died in the ring after receiving a hit to the head from his opponent Kesav Mudel during final battle of National Championships in Chennai, a doctor said on August 26. Following the strike, the boxer received first aid and was sent to hospital for emergency brain surgery. Unfortunately, the 24-year-old died after two days. The tragic news of the kickboxer "jolted" Arunachal Pradesh's… read-more
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Sonali Phogat died unexpectedly in Goa on August 23, and her family has raised concerns about how the 42-year-old died, claiming foul play, and requesting authorities to investigate. Sonali's sister Rupesh stated their mother spoke to the late star a day before her death and Sonali complained of "feeling uneasy after her meal." Sonali's older sibling Raman… read-more
Sonali Phogat, a BJP politician, died of a heart attack in Goa. Phogat, a TikTok celebrity, ran in the 2019 elections from Haryana's Adampur but lost. Captain Bhupender, Hisar BJP district president, stated, "Sonali was in Goa. I spoke to her assistant and he said that she died of a heart attack." Before her death, Phogat had shared a video on Instagram. She also… read-more
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Samar 'Badru' Banerjee, a former Indian footballer and Olympian, died at the age of 92. During the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Banerjee captained Team India. He had Alzheimer's disease, high blood pressure, and azotemia, among other problems. A CT scan revealed that there was bleeding in the brain. However, after a few days of struggling, he passed away on August 20 at the SSKM Hospital in Kolkata.
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In Himachal Pradesh's Chamba, a woman and her child died and two others were severely injured in a landslide incident on August 17, confirmed disaster management officials. The landslide occurred above Hadsar in Chamba district in the evening. Furthermore, the injured have been admitted to Bharmour hospital. This is a developing story, more details are awaited.
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A passenger bus collided with an oil tanker in Pakistan's Punjab province, killing at least 20 passengers and injuring six more. The bus was transporting 26 persons, including a driver and conductor, from Lahore to Karachi. The tragedy happened on a highway in Multan and was apparently caused by overspeeding. After the accident, both the bus and the tanker caught fire, killing up to 18 passengers on the spot.
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A bus carrying 37 troops from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and two Jammu & Kashmir Police officials slid into the gorge between Chandanwari and Pahalgam, prompting a large rescue mission, according to a police official. According to a police spokesman, two ITBP members died on the scene, while five more died subsequently as a result of their injuries. Six of the injured servicemen were evacuated to Srinagar for specialized… read-more
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Kaushik LM, a well-known film reviewer, died at the age of 36. Galatta Media announced his death on Twitter, citing a heart attack on August 15. Kaushik LM had previously worked at the firm as a VJ. Following the tragic news, various celebrities, including Dulquer Salmaan, Vijay Deverakonda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Keerthy Suresh, and… read-more