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High speed train thunders through station

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Guest: zabiulla syed ismail (2276 days ago)
Really it is good timely coverage. A prtection has to be made while running high speed trains. Like in foreign countries
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Really it is good timely coverage. A prtection has to be made while running high speed trains. Like in foreign countries
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Guest: uk (3355 days ago)
bet it was on bloody time
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bet it was on bloody time
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Guest: S.N.Pandey (3043 days ago)
that was a unbeliveable video I ever seen in my life.
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that was a unbeliveable video I ever seen in my life.
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Guest: zabiulla syed ismail (2276 days ago)
Latest comment: We can introduce high speed trains. But indian public want to get down from the train at their house not even in the platform. So the speed of the train will come down.
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Latest comment: We can introduce high speed trains. But indian public want to get down from the train at their house not even in the platform. So the speed of the train will come down.
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Guest: mr monkey (3068 days ago)
truly one of the finest internet clips of all time!
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truly one of the finest internet clips of all time!
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Guest: weeow (3628 days ago)
LOL
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LOL
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Guest: Kama (3298 days ago)
They dont need crossings because the people are clever enough to get out the way not like the UK where you get people run over at a crossing. How effing hard is it to take 3 steps out the way of a train?
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They dont need crossings because the people are clever enough to get out the way not like the UK where you get people run over at a crossing. How effing hard is it to take 3 steps out the way of a train?
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Guest: Miss Ogenist (3300 days ago)
I love the way the man doesn't even look back at, or grab for, his wife! YES!
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I love the way the man doesn't even look back at, or grab for, his wife! YES!
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Guest: paxo (3080 days ago)
nearly got the bastard!
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nearly got the bastard!
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Guest: kat (3402 days ago)
we go to goa quite a lot and there is 0 health and safety. this is quite usual. seeing a family of 5 on a scooter is not unusual neither is seeing the rear guy on a scooter holding a pane of glass which sticks out 2/3ft either side. or even bigger items.
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we go to goa quite a lot and there is 0 health and safety. this is quite usual. seeing a family of 5 on a scooter is not unusual neither is seeing the rear guy on a scooter holding a pane of glass which sticks out 2/3ft either side. or even bigger items.
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Guest: (3480 days ago)
The Great Almighy has given u both a second chance, learn from your mistakes n do something usefull !
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The Great Almighy has given u both a second chance, learn from your mistakes n do something usefull !
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Guest: (3345 days ago)
Now that's what I call high-speed rail travel!
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Now that's what I call high-speed rail travel!
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Guest: pete (3449 days ago)
to the thick unknown guest,trains do NOT stop at crossings
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to the thick unknown guest,trains do NOT stop at crossings
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Guest: unknown (3500 days ago)
idiots like these deserve to die...there's probarly a crossing 5 meters away but nooo they have to be smart asses and go through the tracks.Idiots.
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idiots like these deserve to die...there's probarly a crossing 5 meters away but nooo they have to be smart asses and go through the tracks.Idiots.
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Guest: inshera bunda (3211 days ago)
Bridge crossings is just a few metres away. Darwin award nominees!
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Bridge crossings is just a few metres away. Darwin award nominees!
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Guest: Quiteeffingharditseems (3240 days ago)
Death rate in Mumbai alone from trespassing on railway tracks = 3500 (2002) Death rate in for entire UK railway system = 10 (2002) Clever enough maybe, fast enough - defiantly not!
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Death rate in Mumbai alone from trespassing on railway tracks = 3500 (2002) Death rate in for entire UK railway system = 10 (2002) Clever enough maybe, fast enough - defiantly not!
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Guest: Mr.Dinho (3523 days ago)
new safety rule: avoid India!
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new safety rule: avoid India!
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Guest: aurely (3435 days ago)
I think he/she might have ment crossing as stairways to cross between platforms were people can walk through. i'm sure they have staires but people always wanna do the easy way. there should be a law like other countries, but i guess in india no onegives a shit.
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I think he/she might have ment crossing as stairways to cross between platforms were people can walk through. i'm sure they have staires but people always wanna do the easy way. there should be a law like other countries, but i guess in india no onegives a shit.
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Guest: Matten, DK (2944 days ago)
Stupid americans!
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Stupid americans!
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Guest: Gandhi (3389 days ago)
Typical India you either love it or hate it
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Typical India you either love it or hate it
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