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Posted: Nov 03 2016 (18:31)

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Nov 03 2016 (18:25)   Shatabdi type train sought between Guwahati and Itanagar

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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today urged Union Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain for a train on the lines of Shatabdi Express between Guwahati and Naharlagun, which is near the state capital Itanagar.
As Guwahati is the main connecting hub for Arunachal Pradesh, Khandu urged Gohain to introduce a day train from there to Naharlagun on the lines of Shatabdi to address the needs of the "ever growing" passengers, an official statement issued here said.
Besides, a goods train was also required from Guwahati to Naharlagun for movement of basic
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goods, construction materials and essential supplies. That way the agriculture produce of the state could reach the markets outside the Northeast region through Guwahati, Khandu said.
He also urged Gohain that the weekly train from Naharlagun to Delhi be made a daily one or suitable trains from Delhi to Guwahati be extended to Naharlagun.
The Chief Minister also asked to increase the quota earmarked for Arunachal Pradesh with to and fro journey, the statement said.
The Union Minister assured him about the Shatabdi train and hike in quota for the state, the statement said.
Khandu also asked for improving the facilities at Naharlagun railway station which brought the state into railway map in April 2014.
He proposed seven rail links for urgent consideration of the Railways ministry, the statement said.
The proposed links are Itakhola to Seijosa (15 km), Doomdooma to Wakro via Namsai to Chokham (70 km), Dangri to Roing (52 km), Naharkatia-Deomali (20 km), Simaluguri to Kanubari (30 km).
Khandu also sought extension of existing Lekhapani-Miao line to Deban, New Kamlang, Nampong, Jairampur and back to Lekhapani, making a circular link (75 km) and Rupai to Parshuram Kund.

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2 posts - Fri Nov 04, 2016

  
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Nov 04 2016 (04:32)
Lucknow Metro~   2360 blog posts   9 correct pred (47% accurate)
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Agreed. Flexi fare ke baad BPL Shatabdi full nahi ho rahi, yeh kaise hongi.

  
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Nov 04 2016 (07:39)
Atlast DBRG Shatabdi Rake arrived at DBRG~   4370 blog posts   1653 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 2047006-5            Tags   Past Edits
1. NHLN Shatabdi Will have only 90 Kmph as MPS
2. DBRG Shatabdi to have 100/110 Kmph as MPS
LHBs Gives Comfort and Protection amd tgus have Competing ASTC AC Deluxe (White Color)

  
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Nov 04 2016 (08:24)
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Re# 2047006-6            Tags   Past Edits
They could even ask for a Jan SHatabdi instead of Shatabdi !!!

  
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Nov 04 2016 (08:29)
Atlast DBRG Shatabdi Rake arrived at DBRG~   4370 blog posts   1653 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 2047006-7            Tags   Past Edits
Because of the ILP issue in Arunachal
And Assam already has JTTN Jan Shatabdi.

  
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Nov 04 2016 (09:23)
जय हिन्द   1974 blog posts   4 correct pred (67% accurate)
Re# 2047006-8            Tags   Past Edits
That's a good news.

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