Under the consequential accident category, there had been 26 incidents of derailments in 2021-22, against 16 derailments in the year 2020-21.
While recounting the horror of the train's collision with Visakhapatnam-Palasa Passenger that left 14 people dead and 50 others injured, the child's mother thanked the Almighty for saving them.
11 of the 14 deceased in the train accident have been identified so far and two among them are women. All the deceased identified are from Vizianagaram and Srikakulam districts of Andhra Pradesh.
Several trains have either been cancelled, diverted or rescheduled by the East Coast Railway and South Central Railway following the incident.
Following the accident, several trains have either been cancelled or diverted or rescheduled by East Coast Railway and South Central Railway.
Chennai Central to Puri (22860), Raigada to Guntur (17244) and Visakhapatnam to Guntur (17240) trains have been cancelled.
With a lack of power connection, the entire accident spot is in the dark hampering rescue and relief operations.
While explaining the term overshooting, the CPRO Biswajit Sahoo said it occurs when a train, instead of stopping at a red signal, moves on.
Superintendent of Police (city) Piyush Kumar Singh said the accident took place when the gates of the Kasampur manned level crossing were closed
Bhubaneswar mayor Sulochana Das said the civic administration is ready for cremation of the unclaimed bodies as per rules.
According to the circular, relatives of dead passengers of train as well as manned level crossing accidents will now get Rs 5 lakh whereas those who are grievously injured will be awarded Rs 2.5 lakh.
The charge sheet has been filed in the court of the special judicial magistrate in Bhubaneswar in an ongoing investigation into a case related the train mishap.
The accident took place on June 2 when the Coromandel Express crashed into a stationary freight train at Bahanaga Bazar station in Balasore district and collided with the Yeshwantpur-Howrah Express.
The CBI made the submission before a special court alleging that one of the reasons behind the accident was the repair work at a level crossing near Bahanaga Bazar station.
The railways have also installed a GPS-based fog safety device for loco pilots for fog-falling times on almost all fog-affected routes.
The Hazara Express train travelling from Karachi to Rawalpindi derailed on Sunday in Nawabshah district near the Sarhari Railway Station, 275 kilometres from the provincial capital Karachi.
The team also identified the skidding of the train's locomotive as another reason behind the derailment.
A spokesperson of the Pakistan Railways in Karachi said at least eight bogies derailed and the intensity of the accident increased due to delayed application of brakes.
Dr Ashutosh Biswas, Director, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar said that the process of handing over the bodies to claimants after matching DNA samples is underway.
Apart from this, the railway has awarded tenders for Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah corridors, which cover approximately 3000 routes and work is in progress on these routes, the railway minister said.