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This is an incomplete chronological list of railway accidents and incidents in India.

Railway accidents may be classified by their effects (e.g.: head-on collisions, rear-end collisions, side collisions, derailments, fires, explosions, etc.), or by cause (e.g.: driver and signalman error; mechanical failure of rolling stock, tracks and bridges; vandalism, sabotage and terrorism; level crossing misuse and trespassing; natural causes such as flooding and fog; hazards of dangerous goods carried; effectiveness of brakes; and adequacy of operating rules).

Deadliest rail accidents in India
Date Train(s) Location Fatalities Cause
Official Estimates
6 June 1981 Mansi-Saharsa Passenger Over Bagmati River near Mansi, Bihar. 235 800 Derailment over a bridge, possibly due to a tropical cyclone.
20 August 1995 Firozabad, Bihar. 358 400 Obstruction on the track due to a nilgai, followed by a rear-end collision.
2 June 2023 Bahanaga Bazar, Odisha 296 Collision and derailment due to signalling error and subsequent collision due to runoff into the parallel track. Under investigation.
2 August 1999 Gaisal, West Bengal 285 300 Violent collision due to signalling error.
26 November 1998 Khanna, Punjab 212 Derailment and collision due to damaged rails.
10 September 2002 Howrah Rajdhani Express Over Dhave River near Rafiganj, Bihar 130 200 Sabotage by Naxalite–Maoist insurgency.
23 December 1964 Pamban-Dhanushkodi Passenger Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu Unknown 200 Storm surge due to a tropical cyclone.
28 May 2010 Jhargram, West Bengal 148 200 Unknown, possible sabotage or bombing.

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