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NEW DELHI air force 1 high shoes , Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- A high-speed passenger train derailed in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, railway officials said.

"A coach of Agra-Gwalior Express train got off the tracks near the Agra Cantonment railway station this afternoon. There are no casualties in the incident air force 1 high ," a railway official said.

The passenger rain runs between the tourist town of Agra in Uttar Pradesh and Gwalior city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

A probe has been ordered into the incident, the official added.

This is the eight incident of train derailment in India and five in the state in the past 40 days.

Earlier this week Nike Air Force 1 High Womens X girl Green Sale , two trains derailed at the same spot in a span of 10 hours in Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh.

And in a major accident on Aug. 19, at least 22 people were killed and over 150 people injured when Utkal Express derailed in the state's Muzaffarnagar district.

Indian Railways is one of the world's largest train networks Women's Nike Air Force 1 High Liberty Burgundy Clearance , criss-crossing the country from north to south and carrying millions of passengers daily, but its safety record is poor.

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NAIROBI, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese tourist died from fall while climbing Mount Kenya's tallest peak on Sunday evening Nike Air Force 1 High 07 Denim Men's Navy Brown Clearance , Kenyan wildlife officials confirmed on Monday.

Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Assistant Director Simon Gitau said the 33-year-old man from Hong Kong climbed the mountain but fell down while returning.

"The tourist had actually climbed the mountain but fell down while returning. He was a professional climber," Gitau told Xinhua.

According to KWS Corporate Communications Manager Ngugi Gecaga Nike Air Force 1 High Womens X girl Blue Cheap , the service had sent a professional rescue mission to retrieve the victim's body but said the mission could take about three days due to poor weather.

"Weather is very bad at the moment. Snow is quite a lot and retrieval operation may not be easy but we have sent an experienced rescue team to the scene," he told Xinhua.

Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa after Kilimanjaro.

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NAIROBI, April 21 (Xinhua) -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Thursday called on Kenya to use nuclear power to ease energy shortages and speed up economic development.

The IAEA Deputy Director General Mikhail Chudakov also said the East African nation's nuclear programme was on the right track.

"Kenya should utilize nuclear power for it to become a middle-income country in the future," Chudakov told journalists in Nairobi when he presented the agency's report to the Kenya government.

The report which came after the agency's comprehensive assessment in the country, known as the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review, indicates that the country has made advances, such as conducting a prefeasibility study.

The study addressed the 19 main issues considered in a nuclear power program ranging from funding, safety and security, stakeholder and industrial involvement, human resource development, legislative and regulatory framework, electric grid, nuclear power plant site and supporting facilities, radiation protection and radioactive waste , among others.

"Kenya has given thorough consideration to the infrastructure that will be necessary should the country decide to proceed with the development of a national nuclear power programme," Chudakov said.

The report comes after the Kenya Nuclear Electricity Board (KNEB) and the China General Nuclear Power Corporation signed a partnership agreement in 2015 on cooperation for the construction of a nuclear power plant in the East African nation.

Under the deal reached between the two parties, Kenya will obtain expertise from China by way of training and skills development, technical support in areas such as site selection for Kenya's nuclear power plants and feasibility studies including safety analysis and environmental impact assessment.

In addition, Kenya will obtain firsthand knowledge of China's nuclear power technology. Kenya has previously signed agreements on nuclear power cooperation with Slovakia and South Korea.

The East African nation plans to set up a first nuclear power plant with a capacity of 1,000 MW by 2027.

This is expected to rise to a total of 4,000 MW by 2033, making nuclear electricity a key component of the country's energy mix which is projected to be about 19,000MW in total. Kenya currently has an installed capacity of 2,300 MW.

Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter said his ministry was in discussion with the relevant institutions, including Parliament, to ensure that the KNEB receives adequate funding.

"Let me reiterate the ministry's unwavering support and encouragement for the nuclear power programme," Keter said.

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