Army holds medical,veterinary camp
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Srinagar, July 24: Army’s 47 Rashtriya Rifles (Bihar) under the aegis of Headquarters 8 Sector Rashtriya Rifles, organised a medical and veterinary camp at Magam in Kupwara on Sunday.
According to defence communiqué, the camp was organised with the assistance of the civil administration and 328 Field Hospital. “Eight doctors and specialists including a dentist and two lady doctors examined 721 patients and provided free medicines to them,” it said.
During the camp, the army veterinary doctors with the assistance of 26 ADU and Block Veterinary Officer, Handwara treated 679 domestic animals.
43 killed in China train accident
Beijing, July 24: The death toll in China's first bullet train crash has risen to 43 as the shocked government today sacked three top rail officials holding them responsible for the accident that also left 211 passengers injured.
The accident took place last night when a train that lost power after being struck by lightning was hit by another train, sending four compartments plunging from a viaduct and derailing another two, officials said as rescuers today recovered eight more bodies from the wreckage.
The first train was travelling south from Hangzhou, the capital of southern Zhejiang Province, when it lost power and stalled, before being hit by another train in Wenzhou city, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
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