Ministry of Railways earmarks seats for Security Personnel of escorting teams in the trains Berth no.63 in S1 Coach of the train earmarked for Security Personnel

To help passenger to contact security personnel onboard a running train, Indian Railways has decided to earmark seats for security personnel of train escort team. In a recent circular issued from Ministry of Railways, provision of one side lower berth (berth no.63) in coach S1 has been earmarked in Sleeper Class coach in the entire train in which this security staff is travelling. If the train is being escorted by GRP, one berth will be earmarked for GRP and in case the train is escorted by RPF, one berth in Sleeper class will be earmarked for RPF. In case no RPF/GRP is escorting the train, no accommodation will be earmarked for them.

In case of any untoward incident or for any security related issues during journey, passengers may contact the security staff at the earmarked accommodation.
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New Policy Initiatives By Railways

A number of new policy initiatives by Railways have been introduced since last few years. The details of these initiatives are as under:-

FDI in Railways: The proposal has been cleared by Government for allowing 100 per cent FDI in Railway infrastructure, apart from operations, through automatic route.
·         High-speed bullet trains : Railways has announced a Bullet Train between Ahmedabad and Mumbai with MOU between Railways and Japan.

Policy initiatives for freight trains :-
Ø  Long term tariff contract (LTTC) with key freight customers at predetermined price escalation principals.

Ø   For the first time ever in Indian Railways, freight rates were reduced.

Ø  Port congestion charges dropped.

Ø   Busy season surcharge dropped.

Ø  Dual pricing policy of iron withdrawn.

Ø  Multi point loading introduced.

Ø  Siding policy liberalised .

Ø  Automatic freight rebate scheme in traditional empty flow direction introduced.

Ø  Time tabled freight services introduced.

Ø  Container sector opened up for more commodities.

Ø  Goods terminals opened up for handling containers.

Ø   Last mile connectivity through Roadrailers, Roll on Roll Offs Appointed Key Customer Managers to serve as single point of contact for all major freight customers.

Ø  Structured dialogue between Railways and Customers christened ‘Samvad’ started.

Ø  Electronic registration of Demand and Electronic transmission of Railway Receipts started.

Railway land leased out for horticulture and plantation of trees
Discharge free Railways – bio-toilets in all coaches.
SRESTHA - New R&D organisation to serve the future technology needs of Railways.
SUTRA World class data analytics, simulation softwares, network optimisation and decision support systems.
RAIL INVESTMENT AND PLANNING ORGANISATION - Develop and own the corporate medium term and long term plan, identify investment opportunities, standardize economic easements of projects and propose optimal modes of financing.
Following administrative reforms have been introduced to make the functioning of Railways delivery oriented:-

·            In October 2017, major administrative and financial powers delegated to General Managers, Divisional Railway Managers and Chief Workshop Managers for faster decision making and execution. Model Schedule of Powers issued from Railway Board for the 1st time for uniform delegations across zones (replacing 16 different Schedule of Powers of zones).

·            To support Divisional Railway Managers in efficient management of the Divisions and field working, it has been decided to post extra Additional Divisional Railway Managers; at least 2 in each Division.

·            To improve station management and customer service and bring more commercial orientation to the organization, Station Directors have been posted at a number of major stations.

·            Protocol during VIP and higher officers’ visit/inspections have been curtailed and kept at bare minimum.

·            Initiatives for employee grievance redressal :-

Ø  Employee charter for time-bound redressal of employee grievances has been constituted.

Ø  ‘NIVARAN’ - online grievance redressal machinery has been instituted.

·                                 Intensive recruitment drive to fulfill safety category vacancies.
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HI-Tech System To Detect Railway Track Defects

ndian Railways is using Track Recording Cars (TRC) and Oscillation Monitoring System (OMS) for detection of track defects in addition to manual inspection. Ultrasonic Flaw Detection is also done using Single Rail Tester (SRT) and Double Rail Tester (DRT) to check internal defects in rails. Procurement of six nos. Self Propelled Ultrasonic Rail Testing (SPURT) Car for detection of internal defects in rails is also planned. Further, it has been decided to undertake trial of Ultrasonic Broken Rail Detection (UBRD) System, Rail Fracture & Intrusion Detection System using distributed optical fiber sensing and Loco-Vision Analytics and Rail Integrity Monitor system (RIM) on some stretches for detection of broken rail.

Optical Fiber Cable (OFC) based rail fracture detection system is planned on trial basis on some stretches of Northeast Frontier Railway and North Central Railway.

The implementation of Ultrasonic Broken Rail Detection (UBRD) System, Optical Fiber Cable (OFC) based System and Loco-Vision Analytics and Rail Integrity Monitor system (RIM) shall be decided after successful completion of trial.
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Agreement With Japan For Bullet Train Project

A Memorandum of Cooperation has been signed between Governments of India and Japan to implement Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail corridor with technical and financial assistance of Government of Japan. Government of Japan has agreed to provide 81% of the project cost at a very concessional interest rate of 0.1% with repayment period of 50 years.

Besides Japanese Shinkansen’s proven reputation for reliability and safety, the project is sanctioned on the premise of transfer of technology and Make in India.

Inter country comparisons of cost of high speed rail projects are not appropriate as projects vary in terms of speed/technical parameters (actual high speed of more than 250 kmph or semi-high speed of 160-200 kmph), period of execution, scale economies due to size of high speed network being implemented and other local/geographical conditions.

Cooperation with Japan and Japanese technology was selected because of safety record and concessional financing with technological support made available by Japan.
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Survey For Char Dham Rail Route

 Final Location Survey (FLS) for Char Dham (Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath) has been sanctioned in 2017-18.  Tender for FLS has been taken up.
(b):    The details are as tabulated below:-
Starting point
Terminal point
Uttarkashi- Palar
Uttarkashi- Maneri
Saikot-  Sonprayag
Saikot-  Joshimath

(c):  The location of station on Char Dham route is:-

Sangatiya wala Kala


Athali (Uttarkashi)



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Safety Measures Taken in Indian Railways

Improvement in Rail safety is a continuous process and constant endeavour is made to improve the same. Safety Audits/inspections are undertaken at regular intervals on all railway infrastructures with a view to identify weak areas in asset maintenance, safety procedure and systemic defects and to provide ways and means to prevent accidents.  Besides, periodical safety drives are launched from time to time to indicate safety consciousness amongst staff and to streamline safety aspects including maintenance of assets.   As a result of safety measures, Number of train accidents have been continuously decreasing from 135 in 2014-15 to 107 in 2015-16 and down to 104 in 2016-17. During the current year i.e. 2017-18 (from 1st April to 30th November 2017), a total of 49 consequential train accidents took place over Indian Railways in comparison to the 85 accidents in the corresponding period of the previous year,  which is  an improvement of 42 percent over last year.  Apart from this following safety measures are undertaken:-

Steps for improving Tracks:

Railway tracks are replaced through track renewal works which is an ongoing process.  Track renewal works are undertaken as and when stretch of track becomes due for renewal on the basis of criteria laid down in Indian Railway Permanent Way Manual on age cum condition basis viz. traffic carried in terms of gross million tonnes & incidence of rail fracture/failure, wear of rails, and maintainability of track as per standards etc.  In case any stretch of track is not renewed in time due to various reasons including scarcity of funds, material etc. suitable speed restrictions, if required, are imposed to ensure safe running of trains. Additional funds are being provided through Rashtriya Rail Sanraksha Kosh (RRSK) and Mega Traffic Blocks are being arranged for executing these works.

For the year 2017-18, 3600 km target has been kept for track renewal.

 Digital type of machines for Ultrasonic Flaw Detection (USFD) testing of rails is being used which are more reliable. This technology is being extensively used in Indian Railways to detect flaws in rails and weld failures in advance and take remedial steps to avert train accidents.

Electronic monitoring of track geometry is carried out with Track Recording Cars (TRC) and Portable Oscillation Monitoring Systems (OMS) to detect track geometry defects for planning maintenance. Maintenance inputs are given to track and bridges as per requirement noticed during manual inspections, TRC & OMS runs and USFD testing to keep track in safe condition.

Steps for improving Signaling:

Electrical/Electronic Interlocking System with centralized operation of points and signals are being provided to eliminate human failure and to replace old mechanical systems.  These systems have been provided at 5661 stations upto 31.10.2017.

Complete Track Circuiting of stations to enhance safety for verification of track occupancy by electrical means instead of human element has been completed at about 5889 stations upto 31.10.2017.

Axle Counter for Automatic clearance of Block Section (BPAC) to ensure complete arrival of train before granting line clear and to reduce human element have been provided on 4935 block sections upto 31.10.2017.

Interlocking of Level Crossing Gates to protect Level Crossing Gate with signals to avoid accidents has been done at 10921 gates upto 31.10.2017.

Further Railways have been introducing following new safety technology for smooth and safe running of trains:

Train Protection & Warning System (TPWS) - Train Protection & Warning System (TPWS) mitigates safety risk of accidents/collisions due to loco pilot’s error of Signal Passing at Danger or over speeding. It is a proven European train protection technology and deployed extensively on World Railways.

Train Protection & Warning System (TPWS) based on this proven technology has been operationalized on 342 RKMs in following sections of Indian Railways:

(a)           Chennai - Gummidipundi Suburban Section of Southern Railway (50 RKMs).

(b)          Dum Dum – Kavi Subhash section of Metro Railway, Kolkata (25 RKMs).

(c)           Hazrat Nizamuddin – Agra Section of Northern/North Central Railway 200 RKMs).

(d)          Basin Bridge - Arrakkonam Section of Southern Railway (67 RKMs).

Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) -  TCAS is a developmental project being taken on a limited section of Lingamapalli – Vikarabad – Wadi - Bidar section (250 km) on South Central Railway. Operational deployment of TCAS on Railways on Absolute Block Signalling sections will be taken-up after successful conclusion of the extended field trials and safety certification of system by Independent Safety Assessor (ISA).


Extended field trials and safety validation of system to Safety Integrity Level-4 (SIL-4) by an Independent Safety Assessor (ISA) is in progress.

All Diesel locomotives are turned out from maintenance sheds with proper checking and super checking by Senior Supervisors and Officers.   It is also ensured that all safety devices and equipment are functioning properly on all locomotives.

Fog PASS devices are provided to Crew working in fog affected areas.

It is ensured that no Crew is overdue for PME, Safety training, Refresher course and any other mandatory courses.

            Preventive and predictive maintenance of the Railway assets is being undertaken to ensure safe train operation.  Time to time special safety drives are undertaken involving officers and supervisors.

            Proliferation of LHB coaches that have better safety features. It has been decided to completely switch over to the manufacture of LHB coaches from 1st April 2018 onwards and stop the manufacture of ICF coaches. Around 3,000 LHB coaches shall be manufactured every year from 1st April 2018 onwards as against average of 1000 LHB coaches in last 5 yrs. It has also been planned to retrofit around 32,000 existing ICF coaches having a life of upto 15 years and having Screw Coupling with (Centre Buffer Coupler) CBC in the next 5 years.

UMLC (unmanned level crossings): Topmost priority for eliminating UMLC gates in a time bound manner up to December 2018 and deployment of Gate Mitra for the interim period.
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Integrated Security System In Railways

Based on the recommendations of a High Level Committee, 202 railway stations have been identified as sensitive for the purpose of installation of an Integrated Security System (ISS) to strengthen surveillance mechanism at these stations. ISS includes Close Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras, Access control, Personal and Baggage Screening System and Bomb Detection system. Contracts have already been awarded for execution of ISS works over 129 Railway stations by fifteen Zonal Railways. So far, 106 Railway stations have been covered with CCTV surveillance system under ISS over Central Railway, Eastern Railway, East Coast Railway, North Central Railway, North Eastern Railway, North Western Railway, Northeast Frontier Railway, Northern Railway, South Central Railway, South East Central Railway, South Eastern Railway, South Western Railway, Southern Railway and West Central Railway. In addition, 139 Baggage Scanners, 32 Under Vehicle Scanning System (UVSS), 217 Door Frame Metal Detectors (DFMD) and more than one thousand Hand Held Metal Detectors (HHMD) have so far been provided under ISS. Issues concerning availability of eligible vendors, inspection of items, availability of budget, etc. were initially raised by Zonal Railways. These issues have since been addressed and all the Zonal Railways have been advised to ensure speedy implementation of ISS at all the identified sensitive stations.

Besides ISS, CCTV surveillance system is available over 288 other railway stations. In addition, 983 railway stations have also been identified for installation of CCTV cameras under Nirbhaya Fund.

Strengthening and upgradation of security infrastructure is an ongoing process. Accordingly, more stations will be brought under CCTV surveillance system alongwith other security equipment in due course.
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Cabinet approves second financial restructuring of Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the Second Financial Restructuring proposal of Konkan Railway Corporation Limited (KRCL), a CPSE under the administrative control of the Ministry of Railways (MoR).

The conversion of Non-Cumulative Redeemable Preference Shares (RPS), amounting to Rs. 4,079.51 crore, held by President of India through Ministry of Railways, into Compulsorily Convertible Non-Cumulative Preference Shares (CCPS), has been approved. This will shore up the net worth of the Company after implementation of the new accounting standard IND AS.

 Implementation Strategy and targets:

 KRCL will have to present the previous year's Balance Sheet figures restated as per IND-AS, as on 31st March 2016 and those at the opening of the business i.e., as on 1st April 2015. The conversion of the Non-cumulative Redeemable Preference Shares (RPS) into Compulsorily Convertible non-cumulative Preference Shares (CCPS) w.e.f. 31st March 2015 will make KRCL's net worth positive.

 Major Impact:

Net worth of KRCL will remain positive.
A positive Net Worth for the KRCL is a sine qua non for the purpose of raising funds from the market at viable rate of interest, obtaining better credit rating from rating agency, qualify for bidding for new contracts and to take up various sanctioned projects on Konkan Railway route etc
KRCL will not be categorized as a Sick Company as per DPE guidelines.

 As per notification from Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) from the financial year 2016-17 onward, companies having net worth of Rs.500 crore or above as on 31st March, 2014, will have to adopt IND-AS (Indian Accounting Standards i.e. new Accounting Standards introduced on the basis of IFRS) in the preparation and compilation of Accounts. As per IND AS, the Non-Cumulative Redeemable Preference Shares are treated as "Compounded Financial Instruments" and disclosed in two components - other equity and financial liability. The liability component is equal to the present value of the redemption amount on the date of the issue, considering the discount rate at the date of the issue of the preference shares. The other equity represents the component equal to the total redeemable amount of the preference shares less liability component.

Thus, a part, of Non-Cumulative Redeemable Preference Share issued to President of India (through MoR) by KRCL will have to be shown as 'Outside Liability'1 instead of 'Equity Capital' in the Balance Sheet of KRCL and the Net Worth of KRCL will turn negative.

 A negative net worth of KRCL will result in:

 (i)      poor credit rating of KRCL.

(ii)      difficulty in raising funds from market by KRCL,

(iii)     difficulty in bidding for new contracts by KRCL and

(iv)     KRCL will be categorised as 'sick company' as per DPE guidelines.

 In view of the above, KRCL had requested to convert the existing preference shares held in the name of President of India (through MoR)  into Compulsorily Convertible non-cumulative Preference Shares (CCPS) w.e.f. 31st March 2015, as CCPS can be considered as share capital under IND AS.
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To carry out maintenance work of tracks, signaling & overhead equipments, a day block will be taken from 11.00   hrs to 15.00 hrs o­n Up and Down slow lines between Borivali and Naigaon stations o­n Sunday, 17thDecember, 2017.


          During the block all Up slow trains will run o­n Up fast line Ex Virar/Vasai Road to Borivali/Goregaon and all Virar bound Down slow trains will run o­n Dn fast line Ex Goregaon/Borivali to Vasai Road. There will be no local trains for Bhayandar during the block period.
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Mumbai 4 days Traffic Block in connection with Belapur-Seawoods-Uran Railway Project Phase I from 22.12.2017 to 25.12.2017

Central Railway will operate a block from 22.12.2017 to 25.12.2017 for Belapur yard remodelling Phase I in connection with Belapur-Seawods-Uran Railway Project (27 km @ cost of Rs.1782 Crore).

The existing harbour line between Seawoods and Belapur will be cut and connected to the new lines. Existing harbour line will be realigned for this Phase I project connecting to platform no.4. In all there will be 6 numbers of cut and connection including 3 points and crossings & shifting from one tunnel to another. About 500 staff/workers will be involved on first three days and about 700 staff/workers will be working on 25th December to carry out this work.

The blocks will be carried out as under:

22.12.2017 & 23.12.2017
From 0200 hrs (Thu/Fri night) to 0200 hrs (Sat/Sun night) = 48 hrs on Terminal platform no.2 at Belapur
Total services on harbour line - 604; services cancelled – 34. However, 34 special services will be run (Panvel-18; Nerul-4; Vashi-10 & Mankhurd-2)
• During morning peak hours out of 8 Belapur originating services, 7 will run via platform no.3 at Belapur and one will run from Vashi.
• During the evening peak hours out of 8 Belapur terminating services, 5 will be extended to Panvel. One service will run upto Vashi and two will be cancelled.
• Out of 65 Belapur originating/terminating services during the off peak period, 31 services will remain cancelled, 18 services will be extended to Panvel, 4 services will be short terminated at Nerul, 10 at Vashi and 2 at Mankhurd
• Transharbour services will run as per schedule.
All other services from and to Panvel, Vashi, Mankhurd, Chembur, Bandra and Andheri will run as per schedule.

From 0200 hrs (Sat/Sun night) to 0200 hrs (Sun/Mon night) = 24 hrs on Terminal platform no.2 at Belapur
Total services scheduled – 482 Services cancelled – 12. However, 24 special services will be run (Panvel-10; Nerul-4 and Vashi-10)
• During the morning peak hours, two Belapur originating services will run from platform no.3 from Belapur.
• During evening peak hours, out of 4 terminating services, 3 will be extended to Panvel and one will run upto Vashi
• Out of the 36 Belapur originating/terminating services during off peak period, 12 services will remain cancelled, 10 services will be extended to Panvel, 4 services will be short terminated at Nerul and 10 at Vashi.
• Transharbour services will run as per schedule.

25.12.2017 (Holiday) From 0200 hrs (Sun/Mon night) to 1500 hrs (Mon) = 13 hrs on Up and Dn harbour line between Nerul and Panvel
Total services scheduled – 482 Services cancelled 164
Total services scheduled on Transharbour line – 230 Services cancelled 40

Harbour line and Transharbour line services will remain suspended between Nerul and Panvel from 0200 hrs to 1500 hrs on 25.12.2017

Special Trains during the block period
Special train to run 100 (CSMT-Nerul = 80, CSMT-Vashi =20)
Net cancellation only 104

Passengers are requested to bear with the Railway Administration. We are working for a better tomorrow.
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16 DEMU Special Trains between Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam from 10th to 17th December,2017

Bhavani Diksha Viramana, SCR will run 16 DEMU special trains between Vijayawada - Visakhapatnam –Vijayawada as detailed below:-

Train No. 07025 Vijayawada – Visakhapatnam DEMU Special Train will depart Vijayawada at 08:15 hrs for 8 days from 10th to 17th December,2017 and arrive Visakhapatnam at 15.00 hrs on the same day.

In the return direction, Train No. 07026 Visakhapatnam – Vijayawada DEMU Special Train will depart Visakhapatnam at 15:45 hrs for 8 days from 10th to 17th December,2017 and arrive Vijayawada at 23:00 hrs on the same day.

Enroute, these special trains will stop at Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Nidadavolu, Rajahmundry, Dwarapudi, Anaparti, Samalkot, Pithapuram, Annavaram, Tuni, Elamanchili, Narsingpalli, Ankapalli and Duvvada stations in both the directions.

This special train will consists of DEMU Coaches.
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Special Trains between Secunderabad and Guwahati via Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam

South Central Railway will run 6 Special Trains between Secunderabad and Guwahati as detailed below:-

Accordingly, Train No. 07149 Secunderabad - Guwahati Special train will depart Secunderabad at 07:30 hrs on 15th, 22nd & 29th December, 2017 (Friday) and arrive Guwahati at 08:45 hrs on Sunday.
In the return direction, Train No. 07150 Guwahati - Secunderabad Special train will depart Guwahti at 05:25 hrs on 18th, 25th December, 2017 and 1st January, 2018 (Monday) and arrive Secunderabad at 09:15 hrs on Wednesday.
Enroute these special trains stops at Nalgonda, Miryalaguda, Piduguralla, Sattenapalle, Guntur, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajamundhry, Samalkot, Anakapalli, Vishakapatnam, Vizianagaram, Berhampur, Khurda Road, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Bhadrakh, Balasore, Kharagpur, Andul, Barddhaman, Rampurhat, Malda Town, Barsoi, Kishanganj, New Jalpaiguri, Jalpaiguri Road, Maynaguri Road, Mathabanga, New Coochbehar, New Alipurdar, Kokrajhar, New Bongaigaon, Goalpara Town and Kamakhya in both the directions.
These trains will comprise of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class Coaches.
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Trains Cancelled/Diverted/Rescheduled/Short Terminated

Due to Non – Interlocking work in Tuglakabad – Palwal section of Northern Railway for 4 days from 7th to 10th December,2017 ,the following trains are cancelled/diverted/rescheduled on the following dates as detailed below:-

Trains Cancelled :

1) Train No. 12641 Kanniyakumari – H.Nizamuddin Tirukkural Express train is cancelled on 8th December, 2017.
2) Train No. 12642 H.Nizamuddin - Kanniyakumari Tirukkural Express train is cancelled on 11th December, 2017.
3) Train No. 12707 Tirupati - H.Nizamuddin A.P.Sampark kranthi Express train is cancelled on 8th December, 2017.
4) Train No. 12708 H.Nizamuddin - Tirupati A.P.Sampark kranthi Express train is cancelled on 10th December, 2017.
5) Train No. 12715 H.S.Nanded – Amritsar Sachkand Express train is cancelled on 8th & 9th December, 2017.
6) Train No. 12716 Amritsar - H.S.Nanded Sachkand Express train is cancelled on 10th & 11th December, 2017.
7) Train No. 12723 Hyderabad – New Delhi Telangana Express train is cancelled on 9th December, 2017.
8) Train No. 12724 New Delhi - Hyderabad Telangana Express train is cancelled on 10th December, 2017.
9) Train No. 22416 New Delhi – Visakhapatnam AP Express train is cancelled on 9th & 10th December, 2017.
10) Train No. 22415 Visakhapatnam - New Delhi AP Express train is cancelled on 11th & 12th December, 2017.

Trains Diverted:
1) Train No.12626 New Delhi – Thiruvanantapuram Kerala Express train scheduled to depart New Delhi on 10th December, 2017 will be diverted to run via Khurja, Mitawal and Agra Cantt Stations.
2) Train No.16032 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra – Chennai Central Andaman Express train scheduled to depart Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra on 9th December, 2017 will be diverted to run via Rohtak, Asthal, Bohar, Rewari, Alwar and Mathura Stations.

Trains Rescheduled:
1) Train No. 12438 H.Nizamuddin – Secunderabad Rajadhani Express scheduled to depart H.Nizamuddin at 15.55 hrs on 10th December,2017 is now rescheduled to depart at 17.30 hrs on the same day.
2) Train No. 06057 Santragachi – Chennai Central Special Train scheduled to depart Santragachi at 23.50 hrs on 7th December, 2017 is now rescheduled to depart at 01.50 hrs of 8th December,2017 due to late running of its pairing train.
II) Due to imposition of traffic & Power block at Manmad station for 35 days from 8th December, 2017 to 11th January,2018, the following trains are cancelled/short terminated on the following dates as detailed below:-
Trains Cancelled:

1) Train No. 57590 Manmad – Nagarsol Passenger train is cancelled for 35 days from 8th December, 2017 to 11th January,2018.

Trains Short Terminated:
1) Train No. 57561 Kacheguda – Manmad Passenger train will be short- terminated at Tarur Station for 35 days from 8th December,2017 to 11th January,2018.
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Weekly Special Trains Between Yesvantpur and Visakhapatnam From December, 2017 To February, 2018

24 weekly tatkal special trains between Yesvantpur - Visakhapatnam will be run as detailed below:-

Accordingly, Train No. 06579 Yesvantpur - Visakhapatnam Weekly Tatkal special train will depart Yesvantpur at 18:35 hrs on 8th, 15th, 22nd , 29th December, 2017, 5th, 12th, 19th , 26th January, 2nd , 9th ,16th & 23rd February, 2018 (Fridays) and arrive Visakhapatnam at 14:35 hrs on the next day.

In the return direction, Train No. 06580 Visakhapatnam - Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal special train will depart Visakhapatnam at 13:45 hrs on 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st December,2017, 7th ,14th , 21st , 28th January, 4th , 11th , 18th & 25th February, 2018 (Sundays) and arrive Yesvantpur at 09:05 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, these tatkal special trains will stop at Banaswadi, Krishnarajapuram, Whitefield, Bangarapet, Kuppam, Jolarpettai, Katpadi, Renigunta, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Chirala, Tenali, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Anakapalle and Duvvada stations in both the directions.

These special trains consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and Luggage cum Brake Van coaches.
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Due to Before Non - Interlocking (BNI) & Non – Interlocking (NI) work in connection with 4th line work being undertaken o­n Tugalakabad – Palwalsection of Northern Railway, the following trains of Western Railway has been cancelled:

Trains Cancelled:

ØTrain no 12909 Bandra Terminus – H. Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express of 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no. 12910 H. Nizamuddin – Bandra Terminus Garib Rath Express of 10/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain No. 12926 Amritsar – Bandra Terminus Paschim Express of 10/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 12917 Ahmedabad – H. Nizamuddin Gujarat Sampark  Kranti Express of 08/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 12918 H. Nizamuddin – Ahmedabad Gujarat Sampark Kranti Express of 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 12415 Indore - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express of 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no. 12416 Delhi Sarai Rohilla - Indore Express of 08/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 14317 Indore - Dehradun Express of 09/12/2017 & 10/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 14318 Dehradun - Indore Express of 08/12/2017 & 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain No. 19326 Amritsar – Indore Express of 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 12964 Udaipur City - H. Nizamuddin Mewar Express of 09/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 12963 H. Nizamuddin - Udaipur City Mewar Express of 10/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 22659 Kochuveli - Dehradun Express of 08/12/2017 has been cancelled.

ØTrain no 22660 Dehradun - Kochuveli Express of 11/12/2017 has been cancelled.
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Due to 7 hours Traffic block from 11.40 hrs to 18.40 hrs for construction of 4 LHS in lieu of L- Xing no. 150-C at KMs 321/17-19 between Sirhind Jn. & Mandi Gobind Garh and 165-C at KM 354/17-19 between Doraha – Sanahwal o­n Ambala – Ludhiana section o­n 12.12.2017 in the Northern parts of India, the following trains runs o­n Western Railway have been diverted:


ØTrain no. 12472 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra - Bandra (T) Swaraj Express of 12/12/2017 will be diverted to run via Dhuri Jn. & Rajpura Jn. The stoppage of Khanna station will be skipped.

ØTrain no. 12925 Bandra (T) – Amritsar Paschim Express of 11/12/2017 will be diverted to run via Chandigarh- New Morinda- Sanahwal. The stoppage of Ambala City, Sirhind Jn.  & Khanna station will be skipped.

ØTrain no. 12920 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra – Indore Malwa Express of 12.12.2017 will be diverted to run via Sanahwal –New Morinda – Chandigarh. The stoppage of Khanna & Sirhind Jn. station will be skipped.
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Railways have decided to run 24 Superfast weekly special trains o­n special charges between Pune – Hatia to clear the extra rush of passengers.

The details are as under:

02845 Superfast weekly special will leave Pune at 10.45 hrs o­n every Friday from 15.12.2017 to 02.03.2018 (12 trips) and arrive Hatia at 18.20 hrs next day.

02846 Superfast weekly special will leave Hatia at 21.00 hrs o­n every Wednesday from 13.12.2017 to 28.02.2018 (12 trips) and arrive Pune at 02.45 hrs o­n third day.

HALTS: Daund, Ahmednagar, Kopergaon, Manmad, Bhusaval, Akola, Badnera, Wardha, Nagpur, Gondia, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda and Rourkela,.

COMPOSITION: - o­ne AC 2-tier, Four AC 3-tier, 6 Sleeper Class, 4 General Second Class and Two General Second Class cum Guard’s Brake Van.

RESERVATION: Bookings for 02845 Pune - Hatia Superfast weekly special train with  special charges will open at all PRS locations and through website from    10.12.2017.

The general coaches will run as Unreserved coaches with normal charges applicable for superfast mail/express trainsfor Special trains o­n special charges.
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To carry out maintenance work of track, signalling & overhead equipments, five hours jumbo block will be taken o­n Up & Dn fast lines between Matunga Road  and Mumbai Central (Local) stations during midnight of Saturday, 9th December , 2017 & Sunday, 10th December , 2017 from 00:00 hrs to 05:00 hrs.

          During the block, all up fast  line trains will run o­n up slow  line between Santacruz and Churchgate  stations.

          Therefore, this Sunday, no day block is scheduled o­n W.Rly's Suburban Section.
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Central Railway Mega Block on 10.12.2017

Central Railway will operate Mega Block on its suburban sections for carrying out maintanence work o­n 10.12.2017


All Dn slow services leaving Matunga from 10.57 am to 4.20 pm will be diverted o­n Dn fast line between Matunga and Thane stations halting at Sion, Kurla, Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup and Mulund stations and further re-diverted to Dn slow line at Thane station.

Dn slow services will not be available at Vidyavihar, Kanjurmarg and Nahur stations.  Passengers of these stations are allowed to travel via Ghatkopar/Bhandup/Mulund stations during the block period.

All Up fast services leaving Kalyan from 11.04 am to 3.06 pm will halt at Diva, Mulund, Bhandup, Vikhroli, Ghatkopar and Kurla stations in addition to their respective scheduled halts and will arrive destination 15 minutes behind schedule.

All Dn fast services leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus  from 10.48 am to 2.54 pm will halt at Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup, Mulund and Diva stations in addition to their respective scheduled halts and will arrive destination 20 minutes behind schedule.

All slow services arriving and leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus  between 11.00 am and 6.00 pm will arrive destination 10 minutes behind schedule.


Dn Harbour line services to Panvel/Belapur/Vashi leaving from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus from 10.34 am to 3.39 pm and Up Harbour line services for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus leaving Panvel/Belapur/Vashi from 10.21 am to 3.41 pm will remain suspended.

However special local trains will run o­n Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus - Kurla and Vashi - Panvel sections during the block period.

Harbour Line passengers are also permitted to travel via Trans-Harbour / Main Line from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm.

Due to these blocks, suburban trains are likely to be more crowded than usual. Passengers are requested not to take any risks while travelling. They are also requested to avoid travelling o­n footboard, rooftop of locals and not to board extremely over crowded trains. These maintainence blocks are essential for infrastructure upkeep and safety. Passengers are requested to bear with the Railway Administration for the inconvenience caused.
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Northern Railway is presently executing non interlocking work as part of its infrastructure strengthening works in connection with provision of fourth line between Tughlakabad-Palwal  Section upto 10.12.2017  due to which some trains running o­n the section were slated to be cancelled. However, some of the trains indicated below which were listed for cancellation o­n nominated days shall be restored as per the under-mentioned programme:-

Sl. No.
Train No. and Name
Restoration Date
12779 Vasco-da-gama-H. Nizamuddin Goa Exp
12641 Kanyakumari- H. Nizamuddin Thirukural Express
12780 H. Nizamuddin- Vasco-da-gama Goa Exp
12781 Mysore- H. Nizamuddin Express
12782 H. Nizamuddin- Mysore Express
12617 Ernakulam- H. Nizamuddin Mangala Exp
22659 Kochuveli-Dehradun Exp
12618 H. Nizamuddin- Ernakulam Mangala Exp
22660 Dehradun- Kochuveli Exp
12642 H. Nizamuddin- Kanyakumari Thirukural Express
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Northern Railway has decided to run the 04011/04012 Hazrat Nizamuddin-Beas-Hazrat Nizamuddin & 04917/04918Saharanpur-Beas-Saharanpur Unreserved Special Trains as per the following programme:

04011/04012 Hazrat Nizamuddin-Beas-Hazrat Nizamuddin Unreserved Special Train ( 02 Trips )

The 04011Hazrat Nizamuddin-Beas Unreserved Special Train will depart from Hazrat Nizamuddin at 07.50 p.m. o­n 14.12.2017 (01 Trip) to reach Beas at 04.50 a.m. the next day. In the return direction, the 04012 Beas-Hazrat Nizamuddin Unreserved Special Train will depart from Beas at 07.50 p.m. o­n 17.12.2017 (01 Trip) to reach Hazrat Nizamuddin at 04.20 a. m. the next day.

Comprising of sixteen General Class & Two Second Class cum luggage and Brake van coaches, the 04011/04012Hazrat Nizamuddin-Beas-Hazrat Nizamuddin Unreserved Special Train will stop at New Delhi & Sabzi Mandi stations enroute in both the directions.

04917/04918Saharanpur-Beas-Saharanpur Unreserved Special Train( 02 Trips )

The 04917 Saharanpur-Beas Unreserved Special Train will depart from Saharanpur at 08.50 p.m. o­n 15.12.2017 (01 Trip) to reach Beas at 03.00 a.m. the next day. In the return direction, the 04918 Beas-Saharanpur Unreserved Special Train will depart from Beas at 04.30 p.m. o­n 17.12.2017 (01 Trip) to reach Saharanpur at 11.10p. m. the same day.

Comprising of fourteen General Class & Two Second Class cum luggage and Brake van coaches, the 04917/04918Saharanpur-Beas-Saharanpur Unreserved Special Train will stop at Jagadhri, Jagadhri Workshop, Ambala Cantt., Ambala City, Rajpura & Sirhind stations enroute in both the directions.
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To clear extra rush of rail passengers during Summer season, Railways will run special train 09005/09006Mumbai Central-New Delhi -Mumbai Central Two days a week AC Superfast Special train ( 04 trips)  as per the following programme-

09005/09006  Mumbai Central-New Delhi-Mumbai Central  Two days a week AC Superfast Special train (04 trips)

               The 09005 Mumbai Central-New Delhi Two days a week AC Superfast Special train will depart from Mumbai Central o­n every  Friday and Sunday  o­n 22.12.2017  & 24.12.2017  at 04.00  p.m. to reach New Delhi at  07.55  a.m,  the next day (02  trips).  In the return direction, The 09006 New Delhi-Mumbai Central Two days a week AC Superfast Special  train will depart from New Delhi o­n every Saturday  & Monday o­n  23.12.2017  & 25.12.2017   at  02.50  p.m. to reach Mumbai Central at 06.55 am the next day.

              Consisting of  four AC 2 tier &  eight   AC 3 tier coaches, the 09005/09006Mumbai Central-New Delhi-Mumbai Central Two days a week AC Superfast Special train will stop at Vadodra &  Kota stations enroute  in  both  the  directions.
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In order to manage the smooth train operations in the ensuing foggy season /inclement weather conditions that usually prevail during winters in Northern region of India, Railways have decided to Cancel/Partially Cancel/Reduce Frequency of Trains from 01.12.2017 to 16.02.2018 as per the following Programme:
Cancellation of Trains 
S.No.Train Number & Name     Date of Cancellation(from originating station)1.14006    Anand Vihar (T) - Sitamarhi Lichchivi ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
2.14005      Sitamarhi - Anand Vihar (T) Lichchivi ExpressDaily 03.12.2017 to 15.02.20183.14212 New Delhi - Agra Cantt. Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
4.14211 Agra Cantt. - New Delhi Intercity ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
5.14218 Chandigarh - Prayag Unchahar ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
6.14217 Prayag - Chandigarh Unchahar ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
7.14265 Varanasi - Dehradoon ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
8.14266 Dehradoon - Varanasi ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
9.14208 Delhi Jn. - Pratapgarh Padmavat ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
10.14207 Pratapgarh - Delhi Jn. Padmavat ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
11.14308 Prayag - Bareilly ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
12.14307 Bareilly - Prayag ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
13.14235 Varanasi - Bareilly ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
14.14236 Bareilly - Varanasi ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
15.14221 Faizabad - Kanpur Anwarganj ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
16.14222 Kanpur Anwarganj - Faizabad ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
17.14525 Ambala - Sri Ganganagar Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
18.14526 Sri Ganganagar - Ambala Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
19.14674 Amritsar - Jaynagar Shaheed ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
20.14673 Jaynagar - Amritsar Shaheed ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
21.14310  Dehradoon - Ujjain Ujjaini ExpressDaily 05.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
22.14309 Ujjain - Dehradoon Ujjaini ExpressDaily 06.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
23.14003  Malda Town - New Delhi ExpressDaily 05.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
24.14004  New Delhi - Malda Town ExpressDaily 03.12.2017 to 11.02.2018
2513257 Danapur - Anand Vihar (T) Jan SadharanDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
2613258 Anand Vihar (T) - Danapur Jan SadharanDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
27.15209 Shaharsa - Amritsar Jansewa ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
28.15210 Amritsar - Shaharsa Jansewa ExpressDaily 06.12.2017 to 16.02.2018
29.19717Jaipur - Chandigarh Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
30.19718 Chandigarh - Jaipur Intercity ExpressDaily 02.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
31.12180 Agra Cantt. - Lucknow Jn. Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
32.12179 Lucknow Jn. - Agra Cantt. Intercity ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
33.11901 Mathura - Kurukshetra ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
34.11902 Kurukshetra - Mathura ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
35.15483 Alipurduar - Delhi Jn. Sikkim Mahananda Exp.Daily 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
36.15484 Delhi Jn. - Alipurduar Sikkim Mahananda Exp.Daily 03.12.2017 to 15.02.2018
37.12873Hatia - Anand Vihar (T) ExpressDaily 04.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
38.12874Anand Vihar (T) - Hatia ExpressDaily 05.12.2017 to 14.02.2018
39.13119Sealdah - Delhi Jn. Jansewa ExpressBi-WeeklyDaily 03.12.2017 to 11.02.2018
40.13120Delhi Jn. - Sealdah Jansewa ExpressBi-WeeklyDaily 05.12.2017 to 11.02.2018
41.12583Lucknow Jn. - Anand Vihar (T) AC Bi-Weekly ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 11.02.2018
42.12584Anand Vihar (T) - Lucknow ACBi-Weekly ExpressDaily 01.12.2017 to 11.02.2018
43.14007 Raxual-Anand Vihar Terminal Sadbhavana Expresson every Wednesday & Fridayfrom 06.12.2017 to 09.02.2018
44.14008 Anand Vihar Terminal- Raxual Sadbhavana Expresson every Tuesday & Thursdayfrom 05.12.2017 to 13.02.201845.14015 Raxual-Anand Vihar Terminal Sadbhavana Expresson every Monday & Wednesdayfrom 04.12.2017 to 12.02.201846.14016 Anand Vihar Terminal-Raxual Sadbhavana Expresson every Friday & Sundayfrom 03.12.2017 to 11.02.201847.14017 Raxual-Anand Vihar Terminal Sadbhavana Expresson every Thursdayfrom 07.12.2017 to 08.02.2018
48.14018 Anand Vihar Terminal-Raxual Sadbhavana Expresson every Wednesdayfrom 06.12.2017 to 07.02.2018

Partial Cancellation of Trains 
•13007/13008 Howrah - Sir Ganganagar – Howrah Udyan Abha Toofan Express will remain Partially Cancelled between Agra Cantt.-Sri Ganganagar - Agra Cantt from 01.12.2017 to 13.02.2018 from Howrah and from 03.12.2017 to 15.02.2018 from Sri Ganganagar.
•12369/12370 Howrah - Haridwar - Howrah Kumbha Express will remain Partially Cancelled between Lucknow-Haridwar-Lucknow from 04.12.2017 to 12.02.2018 from Howrah and from 06.12.2017 to 14.02.2018 from Haridwar.
•14317/14318 Indore- Dehradun- Indore Express will remain Partially Cancelled between Dehradun –Haridwar -Dehradun from 08.12.2017 to 10.02.2018. It will Short Terminate/Originate at/from Haridwar.
 Reduction in Frequency of Trains 
S.N.Train No. & NameDays & Date of Cancellation122406 Anand Vihar (T)- Bhagalpur - Garibrath ExpressAnand Vihar (T) - Bhagalpur  Garibrath ExpressWednesdayTri-Weekly Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.2017,03,10,17,24 & 31.01.18 07.02.2018
222405 Bhagalpur - Anand Vihar (T) Garibrath ExpressThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18 & 25.01.201801 & 08.2.2018
312226 Delhi Jn. - Azamgarh Kafiyat ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018
412225 Azamgarh - Delhi Jn. KafiyatThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18 & 25.1.2018 01 & 08.02.2018
512280 Hazrat Nizamuddin-Jhasni Taj Exp.Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.1807.02.2018
612279 Jhansi-Hazrat Nizamuddin Taj Exp.Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.1807.02.2018
714257 Varansi-New Delhi Kashi Vishwanath Exp.Tuesday05,12,19 & 26.12.201702,09,16,23& 30.01.2018 06 &13.02.2018
814258 New Delhi-Varanasi Kashi Vishwanath Exp. Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807 & 14.02.2018
914626 Ferozepur-Delhi S. Rohilla Intercity Exp.Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807 & 14.02.2018
1014625 Delhi S.Rohilla-Ferozepur Intercity Exp. Tuesday05,12,19 & 26.12.201702,09,16,23 & 30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018
1114650 Amritsar-Jayanagar Saryu Yamuna Exp,Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018

1214649 Jayanagar-Amritsar Saryu Yamuna Exp.Friday08,15,22 & 29.12.201705,12,19 & 26.1.201802& 09.02.2018
1314524 Ambala-Barauni Jn. Hari Har Exp.Tuesday05,12,19 & 26.12.201702,09,16,23 & 30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018

1414523 Barauni Jn.-Ambala  Hari Har Exp.Thursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801, 08 & 15.2.2018
1512393 Rajender Nagar Patna-New Delhi Sampooran Kranti Exp.Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018
1612394 New Delhi.- Rajender Nagar Patna-Sampooran Kranti Exp.Thursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801 & 08.2.2018

1712397 Gaya-New Delhi Mahabodhi Exp.Monday04,11,18 & 25.12.1701,08,15,22, 29.1.18 05 & 12.2.181812398 New Delhi- Gaya Mahabodhi Exp.Tuesday05,12,19 & 26.12.201702,09,16,23 & 30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018

1912561 Jay Nagar-New Delhi Swatantrata Senani ExpressThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801 & 08.2.2018
2012562 New Delhi- Jay Nagar Swatantrata Senani ExpressFriday08,15,22 & 29.12.201705,12,19 & 26.1.201802 & 09.02.2018
2113239 Patna-Kota ExpressFriday01,08,15,22 & 29.12.201705,12,19 & 26.1.201802 & 09.02.2018

2213240 Kota-Patna ExpressSaturday02,09,16,23,30.12.201706,13,20,27.1.1803 & 10.1.18
2315203 Barauni-Lucknow ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018
2415204  Lucknow- Barauni ExpressFriday08,15,22 & 29.12.201705,12,19 & 26.1.201802, 09 & 16.02.2018

2515211  Darbhanga-Amrtisar Jan Naiyak ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018

2615212  Amrtisar- Darbhanga Jan Naiyak ExpressFriday08,15,22,29.12.201705,12,19,26.1.201802 & 09.02.2018
2713346 Singrauli-Varanasi Intercity ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806,13.02.2018
2823346  Shaktinagar –Chopan Link Intercity ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018
2913345 Varanasi-Singrauli Intercity ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806 & 13.02.2018
3023345 Chopan- Shaktinagar Link Intercity ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806  & 13.02.2018
3113133 Sealdah-Varanasi ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806  & 13.02.2018
3213134  Varanasi-Sealdah ExpressFriday08,15,22,29.12.2017,05,12,19,26.1.2018,02, 09 &16.02.2018

3313413  Malda Town-Delhi Farraka ExpressMonday04,11,18,25.12.171,8,15,22, 29.1.18 05 & 12.2.18
3413414 Delhi-Malda Town Farraka ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807 & 14.02.2018
3513483  Malda Town-Delhi Farraka ExpressFriday01,08,15,22,29.12.201705,12,19,26.1.201802 & 09.02.2018
3613484  Delhi-Malda Town Farraka ExpressSunday03,10,17,24 & 31.12.201707,14,21 & 28.1.201804  & 11.2.2018
3712331 Howrah - Jammu Tawi Himgiri ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806  & 13.02.2018
3812332 Jammu Tawi - Howrah Himgiri ExpressThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801, 08 & 15.2.2018
3912333 Howrah-Allahabad Vibhuti Express Tuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806  & 13.02.2018

4012334  Allahabad – Howrah Vibhuti ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807 & 14.02.2018

4113005  Howrah - Amritsar MailMonday04,11,18 & 25.12.1701,08,15,22, & 29.1.18 05 & 12.2.18
4213006  Amritsar - Howrah  Mail

Wednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807 & 14.02.2018
4313049  Howrah - Amritsar ExpressTuesday05,12,19,26.12.201702,09,16,23,30.01.1806  & 13.02.2018
4413050  Amritsar - Howrah Express Thursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801, 08 & 15.2.2018
4513151  Kolkata - Jammu Tawi ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018
4613152  Jammu Tawi - Kolkata ExpressFriday
08,15,22,29.12.201705,12,19,26.1.201802 & 09.02.2018
4712192  Jabalpur- New Delhi Superfast  ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018
4812191   New Delhi – Jabalpur Superfast ExpressThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801 & 08.2.2018

4915011  Lucknow Jn. - Chandigarh ExpressWednesday 06,13,20 & 27.12.201703,10,17,24 & 31.01.201807.02.2018
5015012  Chandigarh - Lucknow Jn. ExpressThursday 07,14,21 & 28.12.201704,11,18,25.1.201801 & 08.2.2018
5111124  Gwalior - Barauni MailMonday & Thursday04,07,11,14,18,21, 25 & 28 .12.1701,04,08,11,15,18,22,25 & 29.1.18 01,05,08 & 12.2.18
5211123  Barauni - Gwalior MailTuesday and Friday05,08,12,15,19,22,26 &29.12.201702,05,09,12,16,19,23,26 & 30.01.1802,06,09  & 13.02.2018

Diversion of Trains during  Foggy Weather
S.No.Train No. & NameDiverted to run viaDate1.13237 Patna-Kota ExpressKanpur-Farukhabad-Kasganj-Mathura-Achhnera-Bharatpur2.12.2017 to 13.02.20182.13238 Kota-Patna ExpressBharatpur-Achhnera-Mathura-Kasganj-Farukhabad-Kanpur1.12.2017 to 11.02.2018 3.13239 Patna-Kota ExpressKanpur-Farukhabad-Kasganj-Mathura-Achhnera-Bharatpur1.12.2017 to 12.02.20184.13240 Kota-Patna ExpressBharatpur-Achhnera-Mathura-Kasganj-Farukhabad-Kanpur2.12.2017 to 13.02.2018
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