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Indian authorities have said the death toll in Sunday's stampede at a temple in the central state of Madhya Pradesh has crossed 115.
Police say the chaos broke out as rumours spread that the bridge over the Sindh River was collapsing.
The death toll of victims who died when a busy bridge crossing to a temple in central India stampeded has risen to 109.
Over 100 people were also injured and remain in hospital, according to NDTV in India.
Sonia Gandhi, the leader of India's ruling Congress Party, has expressed "shock and deep anguish" after a crowd crossing a bridge to a temple stampeded, killing 89 people.
Local media said some 500,000 people had gone to the remote Ratangarh village temple in the Madhya Pradesh district of Datia to honor the Hindu mother goddess Durga on the last day of the popular 10-day Navaratra festival.
The state has ordered a judicial inquiry into the incident.
Eighty-nine people, including 31 women and 17 children are believed to have been killed when a crowd stampeded during a festival at a temple in India, according to local media.
The Hindu reports that the crush happened after rumours spread that a bridge that the devotees were crossing was about to collapse.
The temple where at least 50 people are feared to have died in a stampede is located near the town of Datia in Madhya Pradesh state, central India.
Police have denied that the stampede at a temple in India was caused after lathi charge.
It is believed that up to 60 people may have been killed during the stampede and over 100 injured.
First reports of the scene suggested that the crowd ran towards a bridge over the Sindhu river after police led the baton charge.
At least 50 people are feared to have been killed after a crowd stampeded at a temple in central India according to newspaper the Hindu.
The stampede is reported to have occurred after police resorted to a mild baton charge to control the crowd at the Ratangarh temple, 60 km from Datia in Madhya Pradesh.
As the stampede occurred, over 100 people ran towards a bridge across Sindh river where some are believed to have fallen in police told the paper.
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At least 89 people have died after masses of Hindu worshippers stampeded while crossing a bridge to a temple in central India.