Indian fighter crashes on bank, kills 7, injures 25

Seven died and 25 were injured as a plane crashed in flames on a bank during office hours. The MIG-21 fighter of the Indian Air Force caught fire in the air on a training flight above Jalandhar, Punjab, this afternoon. The two pilots catapulted and are in hospital. The craft fell on a bank full of employees and clients. That was a third MIG crash within the last two weeks. The Indian Air Force command ordered training flights indefinitely suspended for the MIGs, of Russian design and manufacture.