At least 23 people were reported dead in India early Saturday morning when an express train caught fire in the country's northwest. The train, identified by local media as the 16594 Nanded-to-Bangalore express train, burst into flames at about 3:45 a.m. local time in the city of Ananatapuram, according to reports. India TV aired live images showing flames blasting out of several windows of the train. A short-circuit was the suspected culprit, a railway official told Times Now TV, and the fire was reported to have been put out by daybreak Saturday. Check back for updates on this developing story.