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Mangaluru: Hit by moving train, 23-year-old woman dies


Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media - Mangaluru (RJP)

Mangaluru, Aug 8: A woman died after a moving train hit her at Thokkottu on Wednesday, August 8.

Tabassum (23), daughter of Mohammed Kunhi from Kankanady, is the person deceased.

As per details available, Tabassum was crossing the railway track when the train hit her and she died on the spot.

Tabassum was married and was a pharmacy student. 


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  • Lawrence Fernandes, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Thu, Aug 9 2018

    The railway ministry and railway officers ,

    Can you please advise all train pilots to be more vigilant from a long distance to apply break slowly, so that the human lives can be saved. There is a solution for everything. Drivers cannot ignore this.

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  • Arman, DUBAI

    Thu, Aug 9 2018

    INNALILLAHI WA INNA ILAIHIRRAJIVOON...
    MAY ALLAH PROTECT EVERYONE FROM SUCH ACCIDENTAL DEATHS....

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  • Rafi, Bajpe

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Inna lillahi vahinna elahi rajivoon

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    RIP ...

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  • Sumayya shaikh, Mlore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    May the almighty give her family members strength to bare this loss.

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  • Fayaz, Mlore/ kwt

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Heart felt condolences to the family.

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  • National Man, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Crossing the tracks or committing suicide?

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  • Luv, Mlore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Rain, fog, headphones & casual approach......
    any of the two or three things comes together then danger is imminent ; be it train bus or plane or anything.

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  • Charan, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    RIP. How can it happen? Precious life is lost. RIP

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  • Edward R. monteiro, Kulshekar, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    It is reported in the news here above that she was crossing the Railway Track and e is a Pharmacy student when the train was moving. Crossing a Railway Track is an offence, besides she is a Pharmacy student. It was her own fault and lost her life. RIP

    It is disgraceful to see many persons including two wheelers cross the track at Manned Level Crossing at Jeppu Mahakali, even when the train approaches.

    Even God comes from Heaven will not be able to help them and they are beyond redemption. Jai Hind

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  • Ravindra, Mangalore

    Thu, Aug 9 2018

    She read Pharmacy. She did not know Indian Railways runs train on rails only.If she had read Direct Impact and Oblique Impact in Physics this accident would not have happened. Next time please graduate in Physics.

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi Vasai State of Kuwait.

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    My heartfelt condolences to her Family. May Her Soul Rest in Peace.

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  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    FOLLOW THE RULES....

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