India's ageing rail system among world's deadliest [AFP]





Date: 12/07/2011

NEW DELHI Indian train drivers complain of exhausting working hours and a lack of basic safety equipment -- some of the numerous hazards facing one of the busiest and most deadly rail networks in the world.


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