Indian police have said at least 104 people were killed, after 14 coaches of a train derailed in northern India. Rescue operations have been ongoing since the incident, but Daljeet Chaudhary, a director general of the police force, said the death toll could rise since rescue staff still have not gained access to the worst-damaged coaches.
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