Sabarimala crowd incident 14/01/2011

Pullumedu Stampede Toll Climbs to 106

The death toll of the pilgrims from a stampede in Pulmedu has risen to 106 and is the worst tragedy that struck Sabarimala pilgrims in a decade.

Another Black Friday for Sabarimala pilgrims

The mishap at Pulmedu in Vandiperiyar in Kerala’s remote Idukki district which claimed 102 lives on Friday,is the third and worst mishap involving the Sabarimala pilgrims on the ‘Makara Jyothi’ day on Jan 14.

104 killed in Sabarimala stampede, 50 injured

VANDIPERIYAR, KERALA: At least 104 Sabarimala devotees were  ..

Kerala govt orders judicial probe into Sabarimala stampede

In the worst pilgrim tragedy that struck south India,104 Lord Ayyappa devotees were killed in the incident.

Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple Tragedy January 14, 2011 – More than 100 dead – One more addition to the long list of Temple Stampedes in India– When will we awake?

In a temple tragedy on Friday, January 14, 2011 at the famous Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala more than 100 pilgrims have died in a stampede – the pilgrims numbering more than 200,000 were returning from Pullumedu in Idukki after witnessing the Makaravilakku and Makarajyothi on January 14, 2011.

Stampede kills 100 in southern India

Pilgrims were returning from a Hindu ritual at a temple when a vehicle overturned, prompting the stampede, said Jai Kumar, home secretary of Kerala state. At least 14 people were injured.

Disaster strikes at Hindu festival of Makara Jyothi

Runaway jeep kills more than 100 worshippers in crush at remote temple in Indian state of Kerala

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