India : Heavy collision of two goods trains near Shahdol, driver killed, many trains canceled India : Heavy collision of two goods trains near Shahdol, driver killed, many trains canceled

India : Heavy collision of two goods trains near Shahdol, driver killed, many trains canceled

India : Heavy collision of two goods trains near Shahdol, driver killed, many trains canceled  This accident happened due to signal overshoot. Means the goods train did not stop even after the red signal sign and it collided with the already standing goods train.  Rail traffic has also been affected by this incident and many trains have been cancelled. special things This incident happened today at 6:45 am The accident happened due to signal overshoot. There is also news of the death of a goods train driver. Shahdol:In Madhya Pradesh, two goods trains collided with each other at Singhpur railway station near Shahdol. Due to which the engine of the goods train caught fire. This incident happened near 6:45 am today. There is also news of the death of a goods train driver in the accident. According to the information, this accident happened due to signal overshoot. Means the goods train did not stop even after the red signal sign and it collided with the already standing goods train.  Rescue work has been started and officials have reached the spot. Rail traffic has also been affected by this incident and rail traffic has been disrupted. According to the South East Central Railway, due to the derailment of 09 wagons including the engine after the signal overshoot of the coal loaded goods train at Singhpur station on the Bilaspur-Katni section of the South East Central Railway today morning, on all three lines up, down and middle on this route. Rail operations have been blocked. Rail operations have been affected on this route, whose detailed information is as follows: -    Canceled trains   1. Train number 08740 Bilaspur-Shahdol MEMU running from Bilaspur to Shahdol will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  2. Train number 08749 Shahdol-Ambikapur MEMU running from Shahdol to Ambikapur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  3. Train number 08758 Ambikapur-Anuppur MEMU running from Ambikapur to Anuppur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  4. Train number 08759 Anuppur-Manendragarh MEMU running from Anuppur to Manendragarh will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  5. Train number 08757 Manendragarh-Ambikapur MEMU running from Manendragarh to Ambikapur will remain canceled on 20 April 2023.  6. Train number 08750 Ambikapur-Shahdol MEMU running from Ambikapur to Shahdol will remain canceled on 20 April 2023.  7. Train number 08739 Shahdol-Bilaspur MEMU running from Shahdol to Bilaspur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  8. Train number 18576 Ambikapur-Shahdol running from Ambikapur to Shahdol will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  9. Train number 18755 Shahdol-Ambikapur MEMU running from Shahdol to Ambikapur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.  10. Train number 18234 Bilaspur-Indore Narmada Express running from Bilaspur to Indore will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.   Rescheduled trains   1. Train number 20847 Durg – Udhampur Express running from Durg will be delayed by 2 hours today.   Trains canceled before destination   1. Train No. 08747 Bilaspur – Katni is canceled at Pendraroad  2. Train No. 11266 Ambikapur – Jabalpur canceled at Bijuri    3. Train No. 11265 Jabalpur – Ambikapur is canceled in Jabalpur division    Diverted trains   1. Train number 15231 Barauni – Gondia left from Barauni on 18th April   2. Train number 18208 Ajmer – Durg left from Ajmer on 18th April

This accident happened due to signal overshoot. Means the goods train did not stop even after the red signal sign and it collided with the already standing goods train.

Rail traffic has also been affected by this incident and many trains have been cancelled.
special things
This incident happened today at 6:45 am
The accident happened due to signal overshoot.
There is also news of the death of a goods train driver.
Shahdol:In Madhya Pradesh, two goods trains collided with each other at Singhpur railway station near Shahdol. Due to which the engine of the goods train caught fire. This incident happened near 6:45 am today. There is also news of the death of a goods train driver in the accident. According to the information, this accident happened due to signal overshoot. Means the goods train did not stop even after the red signal sign and it collided with the already standing goods train.

Rescue work has been started and officials have reached the spot. Rail traffic has also been affected by this incident and rail traffic has been disrupted. According to the South East Central Railway, due to the derailment of 09 wagons including the engine after the signal overshoot of the coal loaded goods train at Singhpur station on the Bilaspur-Katni section of the South East Central Railway today morning, on all three lines up, down and middle on this route. Rail operations have been blocked. Rail operations have been affected on this route, whose detailed information is as follows: - 

 Canceled trains 

1. Train number 08740 Bilaspur-Shahdol MEMU running from Bilaspur to Shahdol will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

2. Train number 08749 Shahdol-Ambikapur MEMU running from Shahdol to Ambikapur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

3. Train number 08758 Ambikapur-Anuppur MEMU running from Ambikapur to Anuppur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

4. Train number 08759 Anuppur-Manendragarh MEMU running from Anuppur to Manendragarh will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

5. Train number 08757 Manendragarh-Ambikapur MEMU running from Manendragarh to Ambikapur will remain canceled on 20 April 2023.

6. Train number 08750 Ambikapur-Shahdol MEMU running from Ambikapur to Shahdol will remain canceled on 20 April 2023.

7. Train number 08739 Shahdol-Bilaspur MEMU running from Shahdol to Bilaspur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

8. Train number 18576 Ambikapur-Shahdol running from Ambikapur to Shahdol will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

9. Train number 18755 Shahdol-Ambikapur MEMU running from Shahdol to Ambikapur will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

10. Train number 18234 Bilaspur-Indore Narmada Express running from Bilaspur to Indore will remain canceled today, April 19, 2023.

 Rescheduled trains 

1. Train number 20847 Durg – Udhampur Express running from Durg will be delayed by 2 hours today.

 Trains canceled before destination 

1. Train No. 08747 Bilaspur – Katni is canceled at Pendraroad

2. Train No. 11266 Ambikapur – Jabalpur canceled at Bijuri  

3. Train No. 11265 Jabalpur – Ambikapur is canceled in Jabalpur division 

 Diverted trains 

1. Train number 15231 Barauni – Gondia left from Barauni on 18th April 

2. Train number 18208 Ajmer – Durg left from Ajmer on 18th April





Heat Wave : Schools Shut In West Bengal, Tripura And Meghalaya Due To Severe Heat Wave 


India : Safdarjung Observatory, the primary meteorological center of the national capital Delhi, recorded a maximum temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius, four notches above normal. This is the fourth consecutive day when the maximum temperature has been recorded above 40 degree Celsius in Delhi.

New Delhi:The temperature is rising rapidly across the country. The 'extreme heat' is troubling people. Due to the temperature being between 40 and 44 degree Celsius, the condition of 'Loo' prevails in most parts of the country . Because of this, it has been announced to keep schools closed in many states. The Tripura government has announced closure of all schools till April 23 in view of the severe heat wave conditions. At the same time, all schools will remain closed in West Bengal till Saturday. Here in Meghalaya's Shillong, instructions have been given to keep schools closed till April 21.
Safdarjung Observatory, the primary meteorological center of the national capital Delhi, recorded a maximum temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius, four notches above normal. This is the fourth consecutive day when the maximum temperature has been recorded above 40 degree Celsius in Delhi. Heat wave conditions prevailed in Pusa and Pitampura areas, where the maximum temperature was recorded at 41.6 degree Celsius to 41.9 degree Celsius respectively. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said a cloudy sky and light rain on Wednesday may bring some respite from the heat in the city. During this, the maximum temperature of 44.2 degree Celsius was recorded in Hamirpur and Prayagraj of Uttar Pradesh.

Western Disturbance active in the Himalayan region
IMD said that light rain is expected in the northwestern plains from Tuesday due to the Western Disturbance being active in the Western Himalayan region. Earlier this month, the meteorological office had forecast above-normal maximum temperatures for most parts of the country from April to June, except in the northwest and peninsular regions. Warmer than normal days are expected over most parts of central, east and northwest India during this period.

Heat wave will continue for two days in these cities of Bihar
Meteorological Department issued 'Orange' alert with warning of 'Loo' for two days from Tuesday in Patna, Banka, Jamui, Nawada, Aurangabad, Supaul and many other districts of Bihar Has gone. Apart from this, 'yellow' warning has also been issued in Begusarai, Nalanda, Gaya, Arwal, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Buxar, Khagaria and Munger areas of the state.

People are advised not to come out of the house
A senior official of the Bihar Disaster Management Department said, "People are advised not to come out to avoid the heat." The Indian Meteorological Department uses four color codes for 'weather warnings' - green (no action required), yellow (watch and be alert), orange (be prepared) and red (take action).

In Bengal too, people suffering from the heat,
the highest temperature of 43.7 degree Celsius was recorded in Bankura of West Bengal, while the maximum temperature of 40 degree Celsius was recorded in the capital Kolkata.

Heat wave conditions in Haryana and Punjab
Heat wave conditions prevailed in Haryana and Punjab and most parts of both the states recorded maximum temperature above 40 degrees. According to a report of the Meteorological Department, Haryana's Hisar is experiencing severe heat and the maximum temperature has been recorded at 41.4 degree Celsius. It was a hot day in Karnal as well and the maximum temperature was recorded at 40.7 degree Celsius.

Maximum temperature in Ambala was 39.7 degree Celsius,
maximum temperature in Ambala was 39.7 degree Celsius, 40.2 degree Celsius in Narnaul, while Bhiwani recorded maximum temperature of 39.6 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature was recorded at 41 degree Celsius in Bathinda, Punjab. Amritsar recorded a maximum temperature of 36.6 degree Celsius and Patiala recorded a maximum temperature of 41.2 degree Celsius. Chandigarh, the common capital of Punjab and Haryana, recorded a maximum temperature of 39.4 degrees Celsius.

Prayagraj and Hamirpur the hottest
Prayagraj and Hamirpur in Uttar Pradesh were the hottest with 44.2 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has forecast rain/thundershowers at isolated places in the western parts of Uttar Pradesh. In Lucknow, the maximum temperature was recorded at 41.3 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature was 24.5 degree Celsius.

Chittorgarh was the hottest place in
the desert state, recording a maximum temperature of 43.2 degrees Celsius, followed by Kota at 42.8 degrees Celsius, Banswara at 42.7 degrees Celsius, Phalodi at 42.2 degrees Celsius, Dholpur at 42.0 degrees Celsius. , Alwar and Sawai Madhopur recorded 41.7-41.7 degree Celsius, Tonk 41.6 degree Celsius, Churu and Pilani 41.4-41.4 degree Celsius, Barmer 41.2 degree Celsius and Jaipur 40 degree Celsius. However, the Meteorological Department has predicted light rain and thunderstorm in Jodhpur and Bikaner divisions and Jaipur, Ajmer and Bharatpur divisions on April 19 and 20. It has also predicted a drop of two to three degrees Celsius in the temperature in the next two days.

People in the lower hills of Himachal, who were troubled by the scorching sun, got some respite as the maximum temperature dropped by a few degrees Celsius after light rain at many places. Una recorded a maximum temperature of 37.4 degrees , While Dhaulakuan remained the hottest area, where the maximum temperature was recorded at 38.7 degree Celsius. Popular tourist destinations Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala and Narkanda recorded maximum temperatures of 25.4 degrees Celsius, 21 degrees Celsius, 28.2 degrees Celsius and 19.2 degrees Celsius, respectively.

Severe heatwave conditions in Andhra Pradesh too
The Andhra Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority (APSDMA) has predicted severe heatwave conditions in one division of the state and heatwave conditions in 117 more divisions on Tuesday. "While seven mandals in Alluri Sitarama Raju district, 16 in Anakapalle, four in East Godavari, two each in Eluru, Palnadu, Visakhapatnam and Nandyala, six in Gunturu and 10 in Krishna," the Disaster Management Department said in a statement. There is a possibility of running. It said at the beginning of the day that out of 117 mandals, Chintur and Nellipaka in Alluri Sitarama Raju district are likely to record maximum temperature of 44.7 degree Celsius and 44 degree Celsius respectively on Tuesday. 

Snowfall in some areas of Kashmir
Officials said on Tuesday that there was snowfall once again in some high altitude areas of Kashmir, while it rained in the plains. About three inches of snowfall was recorded in Machil near the Line of Control (LoC). He said that the plains including Srinagar city received rains overnight, which brought down the temperature. The Meteorological Department has predicted intermittent rains to continue till Tuesday evening. It said that there is a possibility of intermittent light to moderate rain or snowfall in the higher reaches on Wednesday at many places. During this rain, there is a possibility of thunderstorm accompanied by strong winds at a speed of 20-30 kmph and hailstorm at a few places in Jammu and Kashmir.

Maximum temperature in Odisha crosses 40
At least 29 places in Odisha recorded maximum temperature above 40 degree Celsius on Tuesday, while Baripada and Jharsuguda remained the hottest places in the state, recording maximum temperature of 44.2-44.2 degree Celsius. . Bolangir and Boudh recorded maximum temperature of 43.7-43.7 degree Celsius in the state, followed by Nuapada at 43.6 degree Celsius, Titlagarh and Sonepur at 43.2-43.2 degree Celsius, Angul at 43.1 degree Celsius and Sundergarh and Sambalpur at 43 degree Celsius. Went. State capital Bhubaneswar and nearby Cuttack recorded maximum temperatures of 42.7 and 42.5 degrees Celsius, respectively. IMD said in its bulletin that there will be no major change in temperature in the next two-three days.

Heat stroke death toll rises to 14 in Navi Mumbai Meanwhile
the death toll due to heatstroke at the 'Maharashtra Bhushan' award ceremony in Navi Mumbai has risen to 14 after a 34-year-old woman died, a civic official said. Went, while seven patients are undergoing treatment.



21 killed in Beijing hospital fire, state media slow to report


A fire broke out in the east building of the inpatient department of Beijing Changfeng Hospital at noon on Tuesday (April 18). The picture shows the fire scene after nightfall, and obvious traces of smoke can still be seen.
 
According to a report by Chinese state media Xinhua on Tuesday (April 18), a fire broke out in the east building of the inpatient department of Beijing Changfeng Hospital at noon. The local Fengtai District Fire and Rescue Detachment reported that they received a report of the fire at around 12:50 noon, put out the open flames at around 1:30 pm, and the on-site rescue work was over at 3:30 pm, but 21 people had died and were transferred to 71 patients. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
 
Caixin released a photo news, showing pictures of the blackened walls and corridors of Changfeng Hospital covered with water stains. According to a report on the China Central Radio website, after 9:00 p.m. that night, although the fire had been extinguished, there was still a burning smell in the air; radio reporters tried to enter the east building of the inpatient department where the fire broke out, but were not allowed to enter.
 
CNN pointed out in a report that the fire was one of the deadliest in recent years, following a fire in a two-story building in Daxing District, south of Beijing, in 2017 that killed 19 people. The fire prompted the Beijing municipal government to demolish a large number of houses that were deemed illegal or unsafe in the vicinity of the fire and forced the relocation of thousands of migrant workers.
 
At present, China's official media has limited information on fire reports, but there are many videos and news of the suspected scene circulating on social media. Some netizens lamented on Twitter why there was no report on such a big fire for a day. Our reporter searched domestic news websites and found that the earliest news was on the Chinese official media Zhongxin.com and Huanhuan.com, both of which were uploaded at around 9:00 p.m. on the 18th, which was about 8 hours away from the time when the fire broke out.

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