Police in India have lodged a case of criminal negligence against the managers of a Hindu temple where at least 63 people died in a stampede.
Dozens more were injured when the gate of the temple in northern Uttar Pradesh collapsed leading to a stampede.
All of the dead identified so far are women and children, police say. The temple gate was still being built.
Hundreds of people have been killed in stampedes at crowded Indian temples in recent years.
Senior police official Kunda Iqbal Singh told the BBC that investigations were under way but no-one had been arrested in connection with the incident. Read Full Story From Publisher