Hi Vijay,

    No need to scrape! You can get data on railway accidents from the National Crime Records Bureau's publication /Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India (www.ncrb.gov.in). /Unfortunately, they've fallen behind (perhaps because they've recently relocated their offices in New Delhi).  Currently, 2015 is the most recent report available.


best wishes,

Peter
On 15/05/2018 20:33, Vijay Sapkal wrote:
Hello Team,

I am a social science research student and currently studying railway accidents in India. Every year lot of people die in train accidents and there is no clear accounts on how many cases gets registered or received compensation. I am trying to understand patterns in these accident cases of multiple cities. I am tracking different websites and collecting data on it. Recently, I faced difficulties while scraping data from these websites. So it is my humble request to team, please let me know if anyone is ready to help me for this project.
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Peter

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