Asit Mahato gets bails in UAPA case

A local court today granted bail to Peoples Committe against PCPA leader Asit Mahato, a key accused in Jnaneswari Exp train sabotage in 2010 in which around 148 people were killed, in the UAPA case.

Jnaneswari Exp resumes night journey from Howrah

Nearly two years after night
running of the train was suspended on the route, Mumbai-bound
Jnaneshwari Express has resumed its journey.

Main accused in Jnaneswari Exp sabotage held

Prime accused in the Jnaneswari Express train sabotag Asit Mahato was on Sunday arrested from Gorneta village in West Midnapore district.

Mamata is a `liar`, Trinamool has to be driven out: Buddha

West Bengal CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee termed Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee as a "liar" for blaming CPI(M) in the
Jnaneswari Express derailment incident and asked people to drive her party out of the state.

Jnaneswari attack: CBI arrests two Rly trackmen

Suspecting some Railway employees’ role in the Jnaneswari Express sabotage, the Central Bureau of Investigation probing the case has arrested two trackmen.

10-day CBI remand for two Jnaneswari Express mishap accused

Two accused in the Jnaneswari
Express derailment case were Thursday remanded in 10-day CBI
custody by a local court.

Jnaneswari Exp disaster: Another conspirator held

Manik Mahto, one of the alleged conspirators of Jnaneswari Express disaster got arrested.

Final DNA report of Jnaneswari Express victims out

A month after the Jnaneswari Express disaster, the third and final report of the DNA tests of the unidentified bodies would be available from Friday.

Arrest identified Jnaneswari culprits: CBI to CID

The CBI has requested the West Bengal
CID to arrest those identified as culprits in the Jnaneswari
Express attack, DGP Bhupinder Singh said.

Jnaneswari Express accused handed over to CBI

CBI today took into its
custody two accused of the Jnaneswari Express disaster that
left 148 people dead on May 28 in West Bengal.

CBI to investigate Jnaneswari disaster: WB govt

The West Bengal government,
which had initially declined Railway Minister Mamata
Banerjee`s demand for a CBI inquiry into the May 28 Jnaneswari
Express disaster, has decided to entrust the investigations to
the premier agency.

LF condemns Maoists for Jnaneswari disaster

Ruling Left Front on Tuesday took out a
silent procession in the city to mourn the victims of the
Jnaneswari Express tragedy and blamed Maoists for the
incident.

Naxals, front groups behind train attack: Chidambaram

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Monday said Maoists or their front groups could be behind the attack on Jnaneswari Express.