Coaches of the Rajya Rani Express train burn after a mob set it on fire as it ran over a group of Hindu pilgrims in Bihar state, India. And right, villagers carry away an injured person

Furious mob attacks driver after dozens killed when train runs over Hindu pilgrims in India

Carriages were set on fire and rescue workers prevented from reaching scene in state of Bihar

The HS2 project is bitterly opposed by some MPs

Government denies HS2 will be over budget

Department for Transport insists scheme will stay within its £42bn estimate

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One passenger has been killed and 12 others injured in a rocket attack on a moving train in a mountainous region of south-west Pakistan, an official said.

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The Action for Rail campaign group protest over rail fares, outside Kings Cross Station in London

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Unions and campaign groups stage protests at nearly 50 railway stations as fares increase by more than inflation for 11th year running

Leeds City College

History: On April 1 2009, Leeds City College became a reality as Leeds College of Technology, Leeds Thomas Danby and Park Lane College Leeds & Keighley (three very established colleges in the region) merged to form what is now one of the largest and most influential colleges in the country, offering entry level to higher education courses. It merged again with Joseph Priestley College in 2011.

Kaplan Holborn College

History: Established in 1969 and has since developed into one of the most successful independent HE colleges in the UK. It specialises in law and business, offering a range of courses in association with leading UK universities. In 2005 the college became part of Kaplan Inc., one of the largest international private education providers. Wholly owned by the Washington Post Company, Kaplan provides education and training to a million students across 30 countries every year.

Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance

History: Founded in 1950 by one Rose Bruford, a voice and speech dynamo who taught drama at the Royal Academy of Music. She set up her own school because she thought a drama school could be more than a finishing school and developed a unique course of actor training linked to teacher development. The college pioneered the first BA acting degree in 1976.

Stacy Lewis shows off the Open trophy after her triumph

Indefatigable Stacy Lewis storms to Open glory with late run

American refuses to be blown off course by high winds and comes from behind for second major

150 jobs axed at Railcare repairs firm

More than 150 jobs were axed today after a rail repairs and refurbishment company went into administration, with hundreds more workers facing redundancy, unions said.

Pop mogul Pete Waterman

Music mogul Pete Waterman is surprise inclusion on HS2 taskforce

Pop music producer Pete Waterman is a surprise inclusion on a new taskforce set up to maximise the economic benefits of the High Speed Two (HS2) rail project.

A rescue worker walks at the site of a head-on collision between two trains near Granges-pres-Marnand

Switzerland train crash: Driver's body recovered after disaster leaves 26 injured

Body recovered from drivers cabin amid wreckage at Granges-près-Marnand

Britain hit by heavy rain and flooding but heatwave set to return

Forecasters predict we will enjoy another bout of scorching weather by the end of the week

Francisco Jose Garzon Amo was formally accused by an investigating judge of causing the derailment just outside the city of Santiago de Compostela

Spain train crash: Driver Francisco Garzon 'admits to recklessness' and faces 79 charges of negligent homicide

The train driver suspected of causing Spain's worst rail disaster for decades has been freed on jail after admitting to recklessness, it has been reported locally.

An injured girl is carried from the wreckage of the crash near Santiago de Compostela

Spanish train crash mystery: Investigators examine why driver was travelling at twice recommended speed, as 13 bodies remain unidentified

Francisco Jose Garzon last year posted a picture on his Facebook page of train's speedometer registering 200kph

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