Friday, 30 September 2016

AC special trains between Santragachi-Pune-Santragachi

Durga Puja Festival, South Eastern Railway has decided to run three Pairs of AC special trains between Santragachi-Pune-Santragachi o­n 03/10/16, 05/10/16 and 07/10/16 from Pune and 05/10/16, 07/10/16 and 09/10/16 from Santragachi.

The Santragachi-Pune AC Special(01420) leaving Santragachi at 06:00 hours will reach Pune at 20.05 hours, the next day. In the opposite direction, the train(01419) leaving Pune at 10:30 hours will arrive Santragachi at 18.30 hours, the next day.

The Special train with thirteen AC 3 Tier coaches will have stoppages at Kharagpur, Tatanagar, Chakradharpur, Rourkela, Jharsuguda, Bilsapur, Raipur, Durg, Gondia, Nagpur, Bhusaval, Nasik, Igatpuri, Kalyan, Panvel and Lonavala stations enroute.
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CANCELLATION OF TRAINS ON 30.09.2016

Due to operational reasons, the 12488 Anand Vihar T.- Jogbni Seemanchal express , 14016 Delhi Sarai Rohilla -Raxaul Jn. Sadbhavna Express & 14006 Anand Vihar T.- Sitamarhi Lichchavi Express trains will remain cancelled today i.e. on 30.9.2016.
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No Jumbo Block on WRly Mumbai on Sunday, 2nd October, 2016

No Jumbo Block on WRly on Sunday, 2nd October, 2016
There will be no Jumbo block on Western Railway's suburban section on this Sunday i.e 2nd October, 2016. Therefore, all suburban services will run as per schedule.
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special train Train No.09461 Chennai Central – Ahmedabad Special fare Special train Via Guntakal, Panvel, Vasai Road,Surat


Train No.09461 Chennai Central – Ahmedabad Special fare Special train will leave Chennai Central at 15.15 hrs. on 26th October, 2nd November and 9th November, 2016 and will arrive at Ahmedabad on the second day at 01.15 hrs.

Composition: 1 AC – 1, AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 4 & Sleeper Class – 6 coaches, General II Class – 2.

Stoppages: Arakkonam, Renigunta, Razampeta, Cuddapah, Yeraguntla, Muddanuru, Tadipatri, Gooty, Guntakal, Adoni, Mantralayam Road, Raichur, Yadgir, Wadi, Gulbarga, Solapur, Pune, Panvel, Vasai Road, Boisar, Wapi, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara and Anand

Booking in all classes open from 08.00 hrs. on Saturday (01.10.2016)
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special train to Kakinada-Tirupati-Kakinada,Tirupati-H.S.Nanded-Tirupati


Brahmotsvam/Dussehra festival season, South Central Railway will run the following 22 more special trains, in addition to those announced earlier. The details of the special trains are as follows:

1. Kakinada-Tirupati-Kakinada Special Trains (18 services):-

Train No 07941 Kakinada-Tirupati Special Train will depart Kakinada at 19:00 hrs on 3,6,10,13,17,20,24,27 and 31st October, 2016 and arrive Tirupati at 06.20 hrs on the next day.

In the return direction, Train No.07942 Tirupati-Kakinada Special Train will depart Tirupati at 19.00 hrs on 2,5,9,12,16,19,23,26 and 30th October, 2016 and arrive Kakinada at 05.30 hrs the next day.

Enroute, these special trains will stop at Kakinada Town, Samalkot, Rajahmundry, Tadepalligudem, Eluru, Vijayawada, Tenali, Ongole, Nellore, Gudur, , Srikalahasti and Renigunta stations in both directions.

All the above special trains will consist of 13 coaches viz., three Sleeper Class, eight General Second Class and two Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

2. Tirupati-H.S.Nanded-Tirupati Special Trains (4 services):-

Train No 07607 H.S.Nanded- Tirupati Special Train will depart H.S.Nanded at 18.45 hrs on 4,11th October,2016 and arrive Tirupati at 14.00 hrs on the next day.

Train No 07608 Tirupati-H.S.Nanded Special Train will depart Tirupati at 15.45 hrs on 5,12th October,2016 and arrive H.S.Nanded at 11.30 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, these special trains will stop at Renigunta, Sri Kalahasti, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Tenali, Vijaywada, Khammam, Warangal, Kazipet,Secunderabad, Malkajgiri, Kamareddi, Nizamabad, Basar, Dharmabad and Mudkhed stations.

The special train will consist of 12 coaches viz., one AC II Tier, one AC III Tier, five Sleeper Class, two General Second Class and two Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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Temporary Stoppage of Express/Passenger Trains at Kodumudi & Unjalur

The following 2 trains will have temporary stoppage at Kodumudi and Unjalur, on experimental basis for a period of six months from 05.10.2016.


T.No.16617
Time

Station
T.No.16618   

Time
Rameswaram-Coimbatore Weekly Express
02.32/02.35
a/d
Karur
Coimbatore Rameswaram Weekly Express
a/d
22.27/22.30
03.09/03.10
a/d
KODUMUDI
a/d
21.59/22.00
04.10/04.15
a/d
Erode
a/d
21.25/21.30

T.No.56319
Time

Station
T.No.56320

Time
Nagercoil-Coimbatore Daily Fast Passenger
16.39/16.40
a/d
Kodumudi
Coimbatore Nagercoil- Daily Fast Passenger
a/d
10.39/10.40
17.46/17.47
a/d
UNJALUR
a/d
10.34/10.35
16.59/17.00
a/d
Pasur
a/d
10.19/10.20

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Salient feature of the new Time Table of Northeast Frontier Railway w.e.f. 1st October, 2016.

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salient features of New Southern Zone Time Table effective from 1st October, 2016


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HON’BLE MINISTER OF RAILWAY LAYS FOUNDATION STONE OF DHANSIRI (DIMAPUR) – ZUBZA NEW B.G. RAIL LINE

As a significant step in the Indian Railway’s ambitious plan of connecting all north-eastern State Capitals by Broad Gauge railway line was taken today with the Hon’ble Union Minister of Railways, Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu laying the Foundation stone of the 88-km Dhansiri (Dimapur) – Kohima new B. G. Railway line, which would bring Kohima - the last of the Capitals of north-eastern states – o­n to the railway map of India. Indian Railway has already connected capitals of three of the eight states (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh & Tripura) and projects are under various stages of progress to connect four other Capitals of the states of Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya & Sikkim. With the laying of the foundation stone amid loud cheers from a huge gathering at Dimapur Railway Station this morning, project for railway connectivity to the capital of Nagaland has started.

His Excellency, the Governor of Nagaland, Shri P. B. Acharya, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Nagaland Shri T. R. Zeliang, Hon’ble MLA of Dimapur Shri Tovihoto Ayemi, Member (Engineering) of the Railway Board Shri A. K. Mittal, General Manager of N. F. Railway Shri Chahatey Ram, General Manager of N. F. Railway Construction Organization Shri H. K. Jaggi, Senior Railway officials and Senior State Government officials of Nagaland and hundreds of people were present in the function held at the Dimapur railway station.

Speaking o­n the occasion, the Minister of Railways said that in line with the vision of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Indian Railways has drawn up several developmental plans for the north-eastern region. The Railway Ministry has decided to make the planning process for projects participatory having scope for people’s participation in the form of suggestions etc. For this an IT enabled platform is designed which will make people’s participation easy and the process transparent. All stake-holders would be able to participate in the planning process and monitor progress of the projects, he said.

Shri Prabhu said, the north-eastern region is rich in cultural heritage and Railway’s would try to preserve and promote this heritage. For this, instructions have been issued to design all future railway stations reflecting the local culture and heritage of the region. He said the north-eastern region is poised for tremendous growth as better connectivity of the region will result in development of tourism, agricultural marketing, development of overseas market for local handloom & handicraft product and job opportunities. The region would be fastest growing region in the country in terms of economic growth, he said. He also said that the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) would be advised to explore possibility of marketing the handloom and handicraft products of the state.

Speaking o­n the occasion, The Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain also assured the people of the state that all efforts would be undertaken to complete the project before its targeted deadline.

His Excellency the Governor of Nagaland expressed his confidence in the expertise and capability of the engineers of Indian Railways for speedy completion of the project and called upon the people of the state to extend all co-operations and help to the Railways and its contractors in executing the project.

Terming the day as a Red Letter Day, the Chief Minister of Nagaland Shri T. R. Zeliang said the State Government would do its best to help Railways acquire land for all projects and appealed to people of the state to co-operate in the process of land acquisition as railway connectivity would help the state economically. He requested the Railway Ministry to expedite the process of approval for the proposed Dimapur – Tizit new BG railway line and reconsider the proposal for Dhansiri – Karong new railway line with a provision for extending it along the National Highway up to Imphal as this would provide a shorter route to Imphal and beyond to Myanmar in line with the Look East Policy of the government.

Keeping in line with the avowed policy of the Indian Railways to provide Rail connectivity to all the state capitals of the Northeast, the Project of 88-km long Dimapur to Zubza (Kohima) new broad gauge line was sanctioned by Railway Board in 2007-08. Considering its importance, it was declared a National Project in 2007. The new line  will take off from the existing Rail head at Dhansiri  Railway station in Karbi Anglong District, 19 Km short of Dimapur, and reach Zubza which is 16 Km short of  Kohima. Construction of this Railway line would bring the capital city of Kohima o­nto Broad Gauge Railway Map of India.

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72000 additional berths created by N.F.Railway to cater to Puja rush

133 trips of special trains generating about 72000 additional berths are being run to clear rush of passenger from this region during the current festive season. Apart from Northeast Frontier Railway, Eastern Railway and South Eastern Railway are also running Puja special trains to and from NE region to clear rush of passenger.

Four trips of Puja special train number 82501/82502 will be running between Kamakhya and Bangalore Cantt. w.e.f. 4th October, 16. Seven trips of Puja special train number 82506/82505 will be running between Kamakhya and Pune w.e.f. 3rd October, 16. Six trips of Puja special train number 05609/05610 will be running between Guwahati and Gorakhpur w.e.f. 7th October, 16. Seven trips of Puja special train number 05942/05941 will be running between Dibrugarh and Kolkata w.e.f. 2ndOctober, 16. Seven trips of Puja special train number 05245/05246 will be running between New Jalpaiguri and Kolkata w.e.f. 7th October, 16. Forty six trips of Puja special train number 05813/05814 will be running between New Bongaigaon and Guwahati w.e.f. 1st October, 16. Twelve trips of of Puja special train number 03129/03130 will be running between Kolkata and Alipurduar Jn. w.e.f. 5th October, 16. Twelve trips of Air-conditioned Puja special train number 02261/02262 will be running between Sealdah and Kamakhya w.e.f. 7th October, 16. Eight trips of Puja special train number 82307/82308 will be running between Santragachi and New Jalpaiguri w.e.f. 2nd October, 16.

Moreover o­ne AC 3 tier coach has been added o­n permanent basis in train number 15613/15614 Kamakhya - Murkongselek Intercity Express and o­ne AC 3 tier & o­ne sleeper coach have been added o­n permanent basis in 15605/15606 Kamakhya - Dibrugarh Intercity Express. Similarly o­ne AC 3 tier & three sleeper class coaches have been added o­n temporary basis in 55615/55616 Guwahati - Silchar Fast passenger train.  One AC 3 tier coach has been added o­n temporary basis in 05664/05663 Silchar - Agartala passenger train, 22411/22412 Naharlagun - New Delhi AC Express and 12423/12424 Dibrugarh - New Delhi Rajdhani Express trains.

Train number 15771/15772 Alipurduar Jn. – Kamakhya Intercity Express will also stop at Salakati station w.e.f. 2ndOctober, 16 o­n experimental basis for three months.

Northeast Frontier Railway under the directive of Hon’ble Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain has been constantly endeavouring to cater to the need for increasing the number of berths to meet the demand of large number of people who move out from the region during festive season.
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New window PRS opened at Paltanbazar entry side of Guwahati railway station

On date an additional PRS (Passenger Reservation System) window has been commissioned at Paltanbazar end of Guwahati railway station. So far there was o­nly UTS (Unreserved Ticketing System) facility available at the Paltanbazar end.

Although E ticketing has now become very popular amounting to almost 30% of ticket sales, window sales i.e. PRS remains a major interface in Northeast India. It is to be mentioned that in Guwahati alone, Northeast Frontier Railway operates 6 nos of PRS centres. There are a total of 47 nos PRS centres across various towns and cities of Assam. A total of 134 nos of PRS and 103 UTS cum PRS centres are operational in NFR region of which 15 are in Sikkim, 13 are in Arunachal, 5 are in Nagaland, 6 in Manipur, 7 in Meghalaya, 7 in Tripura, 3 in Mizoram. The computerised Passenger Reservation system has already completed its 25 years of service in this region.

Even where railway network is not available, Northeast Frontier Railway operates PRS centres what are known as “non railhead” PRS. There are a total of 74 non-railhead PRS in N.F. Railways area. Notable among such are the o­nes functioning in Tawang and Tenga in Arunachal and Thegu in Sikkim. The PRS at Thegu at an altitude of 13200 ft in the state of Sikkim is the highest altitude PRS centre in the world.

For the convenience of defence personnel also Northeast Frontier Railway operates 25 nos of Defence PRS. It is worth mentioning that in terms of area coverage and number of operational PRS, Northeast Frontier Railway occupies a place of pride ranking fifth among different zones.

Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain has directed Northeast Frontier Railway to ensure maximum convenience of passengers in terms of accessibility. The new PRS window at Guwahati is a step in that direction.

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SRI RAJEN GOHAIN, HON’BLE MINISTER OF STATE FOR RAILWAYS LAY FOUNDATION STONE OF HOJAI – LUMDING DOUBLING PROJECT

Hon’ble Minister of State for Railways, Shri Rajen Gohain and Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbananda Sonowal today jointly laid the foundation stone of the project for Doubling of Railway Line from Hojai to Lumding at a public function held in Hojai today. The Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Hojai Shri Shiladitya Dev, Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Lumding Shri Shibu Misra, Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Nagaon Shri Rupak Sarma, Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Jagiroad Shri Pijush Hazarika, Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Raha Shri Dimbeswar Das, Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Nalbari Shri Ashok Sharma and Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly from Bijni Shri Kamal Singh Narzary, high civil administration officials, senior N. F. Railway officials including the General Manager of N. F. Railway Construction Organization, Shri H. K. Jaggi and hosts of enthusiastic people were present at the largely attended public meeting.

Addressing the gathering the Union Minister of State for Railways, Shri Rajen Gohain said, lack of double lines has been a critical bottleneck in Assam for punctual movement of trains and the project of doubling of railway line from Hojai to Lumding (44.92 km) will create additional carrying capacity for the Railways and improve punctuality of trains. He said that similar sanctioned work of doubling of other sections should be started simultaneously so that the time consumed to complete these projects can be minimized. Shri Gohain announced that doubling of railway tracks from Bongaigaon to Guwahati via Goalpara and Digaru to Hojai would start in the month of October and it would be his endeavor to invite the Hon’ble Railway Minister Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu for the foundation stone laying ceremony of those projects. He said that these projects are expected to be completed within three years.

Shri Gohain said that that the electrification of railway tracks from New Jalpaiguri to Guwahati at cost of about Rs 650 crores, which was sanctioned in 2008, would also start very soon. He also said that surveys are being undertaken for extending double line to upper Assam. Amid cheers from the audience, he said that Hojai Railway station would be rebuilt as a modern station.

The Minister for Railways acknowledged the help and cooperation received from the Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbananda Sonowal and lauded the proactive role played by him for realization of railway projects in the state. He said, Railways needs land for developmental activities and therefore encroachment o­n railway land will be viewed very seriously.

Shri Gohain said, tourism is o­ne sector which can generate a lot of opportunities including employments for the youths of the state and the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has always laid special emphasis o­n tourism development in the northeastern region. He said, the tourism potential of the region has remained largely underutilized and therefore he has asked the Indian Railways Tourism and Catering Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) to develop a tourist circuit in consultation with the official representatives of northeastern states.

Addressing the gathering the Chief Minister Shri Sarbananda Sonowal lauded the efforts and dedication of the Minister of State for Railways for developing railway infrastructure in the region and thanked him for the unprecedented initiatives taken by the later in the first two months in office. He said, Assam had been lacking in development and many of the demands of the state remained unfulfilled. He thanked the Prime Minister and the Railway Minister Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu for paying special attention to the region and hoped that Railway will act as the growth engine for the region. He called upon the people of the state to extend all cooperation to the Railways for realization of Railway projects. Shri Sonowal also thanked Shri Gohain for soliciting views o­n Railway Developments from all Member of Parliament where Shri Sonowal was also invited and said such steps was unprecedented. He assured that the State Government will extend all possible help to the Railways. The Chief Minister stressed o­n maintaining cleanliness in railway stations and all residential areas and called upon the citizens to actively participate in Swachh Bharat Mission.

Later, the General Manager, N. F. Railway Construction, Shri H. K. Jaggi presented the dignitaries with mementos and the Chief Administrative Officer of N. F. Railway Construction, Shri Ajit Pandit offered vote of thanks.
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Rescheduling/Partial Cancellation of Certain Trains due to Traffic Block on Secunderabad-Dhone and Secunderabad-Mudkhed Section

South Central Railway will impose Traffic Block for launching of Reinforced Concert Cement (RCC) Boxes for Limited Height Subways (LHS) in lieu of several Unmanned Level Crossings o­n Secunderabad-Dhone and Secunderabad - Mudkhed Section of Hyderabad Division. As a result, the following trains will be rescheduled/partially cancelled o­n dates as detailed below:-

I)   Trains Rescheduled:-

1.Train No. 57425 Kacheguda – Guntakal Passenger is rescheduled to depart Kacheguda at 12.00 hrs instead of 10.00 hrs o­n 4th, 18th, 25th October, 2016.

2.Train No. 57426 Guntakal – Kacheguda Passenger is rescheduled to depart Guntakal at 08.15 hrs instead of 05.45 hrs o­n 1st November, 2016.

3.Train No. 57425 Kacheguda – Guntakal Passenger is rescheduled to depart Kacheguda at 12.30 hrs instead of 10.00 hrs o­n 1st November, 2016.

4.Train No. 57593 Medchal-H.S.Nanded Passenger is rescheduled to depart H.S.Nanded at 17.10 hrs instead of 15.10 hrs o­n 6th November, 2016.

5.Train No. 57687 Nizamabad-Kacheguda Passenger is rescheduled to depart Nizamabad at 15.15 hrs instead of 14.15 hrs o­n 6th and 13th November, 2016.

6.Train No. 57593 Medchal-H.S.Nanded Passenger is rescheduled to depart H.S.Nanded at 17.25 hrs instead of 15.10 hrs o­n 13th November, 2016.

II)Trains Partially Cancelled:-

1.Train No. 77613 Secunderabad-Manoharabad DEMU is partially cancelled between Medchal and Manoharabad o­n 13th November, 2016.

2.Train No. 77614 Manoharabad-Secunderabad DEMU is partially cancelled between Manoharabad and Medchal o­n 13th November, 2016.

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Northern Railway Lucknow Railway Station Train Time table 2016

Northern Railway Lucknow Railway Station Train Time table 2016 .

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East Coast Railway Salient Features Time Table 2016 from 1st October

East Coast Railway Salient Features Time Table 2016 from 1st October.

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Trains at a Glance October 2016 - June 2017

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T-58:Balaghat_Jabalpur_Balaghat
T-59:Delhi_Sarai_Rohilla-_Bikaner_Jaisalmer_Delhi 
T-60:Mysuru_KSR_Bengaluru_Hazur_Sahib_Nanded_KSR_ Bengaluru
T-61MG:Agra_Fort_Kanpur_Chhapra_Agra_Fort
T-62BG:Rangiya_Naharlagun_Markongselek
T-63:Gorakhpur_Varanasi_Kanpur_Anwarganj
T-63A:Kanpur_Anwarganj_Varanasi_Gorakhpur
T-64:Gorakhpur_Narkatiaganj_Raxaul_Muzaffarpur_Ha jipur
T-64A:Hajipur_Muzaffarpur_Narkatiaganj_Gorakhpur< /a>T-65:Howrah_Bhopal_Indore_Howrah
T-66:Guwahati_Ledo
T-66A:Ledo_Guwahati
T-67:Varanasi_Rajgir_Varanasi
T-68:Deharadun_Allahabad_Dehradun
T-69:Mysuru_KSR_Bengaluru_Tuticorin_Nagercoil 
T-69A:Nagercoil_Tuticorin_Mayiladuthurai_Bengalur u_Mysuru
T-70:Mumbai_Thiruvananthapuram_Kanniyakumari_Mumb ai
T-71:Chengalpattu_Chennai_Tirupati_Chittoor_Hyder abad
T-71A:Hyderabad_Chittoor-Tirupati_Chennai_Chengal pattu
T-72:Ajmer_Itarsi_Ajmer
T-73:Howrah_Bhopal_Jabalpur_Howrah
T-74:New_Jalpaiguri_Guwahati_New_Jalpaiguri
T-74A:Guwahati_New_Jalpaiguri
T-75:Delhi_Dehradun
T-75A:Dehradun_Delhi
T-76:Ahmedabad_Somnath_Ahmedabad
T-77MG:Jaipur_Sikar_Udaipur_city_Ahmedabad
T-78:Ranchi_Hatia_Bhubaneswar_Puri
T-78A:Puri_Bhubneswar_Hatia_Ranchi
T-79:Jodhpur_Jaipur_Lucknow_Patna_Jodhpur
T-80:Jaipur_Amritsar_Jaipur
T-81:Durg_Allahabad_Chhapra_Muzaffarpur
T-81A:Muzaffarpur_Chhapra_Allahabad_Durg
T-82:Agra_Fort_Kanpur_Chhapra_Agra_Fort
T-83MG:Lumding_Agartala_Lumding
T-84:Delhi_Saharanpur_Delhi
T-85:Nagercoil_Mangalore
T-85A:Mangalore_Nagercoil
T-86:Chennai_KSR_Bengaluru_Coimbatore_Tiruneiveli _Kanyakumari
T-86A:Kanyakumari_Coimbatore_Bengaluru_Chennai
T-87:Howrah_Hatia
T-_87A:Hatia_Howrah
T-88:Chandigarh_Patliputra_Chandigarh
T-89:Patna_Islampur_Patna
T-90:Danapur_Katihar_Danapur
T-91:Pune_Manmad_Pune
T-92:Howrah_Siuri_Howrah
T-93:Kamakhya_Gaya_Kamakhya
T-94:Kalka_Shimla_Kalka
T-95:New_Jalpaiguri_Darjeeling_New_Jalpaiguri 
T-96:Pathankot_Jn._Joginder_Nagar_Pathankot_Jn.T-97:Mettupalaiyam_Coonoor_Udagamandalam_Mettupal aiyam

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