Incident of Ice Fall from sky weighing 400 Kgs in Jashpur India on 26th Feb 2015

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Incident of Fall of Huge Ice Blocks weighing 100 to 400 Kgs in Jashpur Chhattisgarh, India) on 26th Feb 2015.
Links: Reports from Hindi News Papers:Hindi News Papers “Dainik Bhaskar” and “Nai Dunia” dt 28th Feb 2015
http://www.bhaskar.com/news/c-16-853196-NOR.html
http://naidunia.jagran.com/…/jashpur-aasman-se-giri-barf-ki…
“Brief of News in English: There was a panic in village Kharsota (Jashpur), Chhattisgarh in India on 26th Feb 2015 (Thursady), when huge blocks of ice started falling. Three pieces of Ice block weighing 100 to 400 Kilograms fell at around five in the evening in clear weather. When villagers reached at the site, they found ice pieces scattered there. The matter is under investigation.”
Opinion: Possibility of Fall from Aircraft:
Site (22°58’53.64″N, 84°07’01.62″E) lies below ATS Route A-791, (which connects Karachi to Kolkata), below ATS Reporting point ARIVO. Blocks of ice might have fallen due to leakage from the Aircraft Toilet (Due to defective toilet lines) of a commercial aircraft flying on Karachi to Kolkata and beyond..

'Incident of Fall of Huge Ice Blocks weighing 100 to 400 Kgs in Jashpur Chhattisgarh, India) on 26th Feb 2015. Links: Reports from Hindi News Papers:Hindi News Papers "Dainik Bhaskar" and "Nai Dunia" dt 28th Feb 2015 http://www.bhaskar.com/news/c-16-853196-NOR.html http://naidunia.jagran.com/chhattisgarh/jashpur-aasman-se-giri-barf-ki-silliya-316532  "Brief of News in English: There was a panic in village Kharsota (Jashpur), Chhattisgarh in India on 26th Feb 2015 (Thursady), when huge blocks of ice started falling. Three pieces of Ice block weighing 100 to 400 Kilograms fell at around five in the evening in clear weather. When villagers reached at the site, they found ice pieces scattered there. The matter is under investigation."  Opinion: Possibility of Fall from Aircraft: Site (22°58'53.64"N, 84°07'01.62"E) lies below ATS Route A-791, (which connects Karachi to Kolkata), below ATS Reporting point ARIVO. Blocks of ice might have fallen due to leakage from the Aircraft Toilet (Due to defective toilet lines) of a commercial aircraft flying on Karachi to Kolkata and beyond..'
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