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Rail News
New/Special TrainsSWR/South Western  -  IR Press Release 

Southern Railway^~   93 news posts
Entry# 2288541   News Entry# 303256         Tags   Past Edits
Railway has decided to introduce Train No. 17323/17324, Hubballi-Varanasi-Hubballi Weekly Express. The inaugural special will be flagged off by Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister for Railways through video link from Rail Bhavan, New Delhi at 15:00 Hrs. on 23.05.2017. Presently connectivity between Hubballi - Varanasi and Hubballi to Jabalpur is very limited and through 2 changeover points. In addition, this train will serve Vijayapura, Gadag region people by connecting to Hubballi/Solapur in suitable timings.

regular service of this train will commence with effect from 28th May, 2017 from Varanasi end and 02nd June, 2017 from Hubballi end.

Accordingly, Train No. 17323, Hubballi - Varanasi Weekly Express departs Hubballi on every Friday at 17:50 Hrs. and reaches Varanasi on respective Sundays at 11:55 Hrs. Enroute, the train arrives/departs Gadag at 19:15/19:35 Hrs., Badami at 21:08/21:10 Hrs., Bagalkot at 21:50/21:52 Hrs., Almatti at 22:56/22:58 Hrs., onSaturday arrives/departs Vijayapura at 00:25/00:30 Hrs., Solapur at 03:00/03:10 hrs., Daund at 06:25/06:35 Hrs., Ahmednagar at 08:47/08:50 Hrs., Kopargaon at 10:58/11:00 Hrs., Manmad Jn. at 12:30/12:35 Hrs., Bhusaval Jn. at 15:10/15:20 Hrs., Khandwa at 18:10/18:15 Hrs., Itarsi Jn. at 21:20/21:30 Hrs., Pipariya at 22:30/22:35 Hrs., Narasinghpurat 23:43/23:45 Hrs., and on Sunday arrives/departs Jabalpur at 01:20/01:30 Hrs., Katni at 02:37/02:42 Hrs., Maihar at 03:32/03:34 Hrs., Satna at 04:05/04:15 Hrs., Manikpur Jn. at 06:15/06:17 Hrs., Chheoki at 08:13/08:15 Hrs., Mirzapur at 09:33/09:35 Hrs..

In the return direction, Train No. 17324, Varanasi - Hubballi Weekly Express departs Varanasi on every Sunday at 21:05 Hrs. and reaches Hubballi on respective Tuesdays at 13:00 Hrs. Enroute, the train arrives/departs Mirzapur at 22:43/22:45 Hrs., on Monday arrives/departs Chheoki at 00:30/00:32 Hrs., Manikpur Jn. at 02:03/02:05 Hrs., Satna at 03:10/03:20 Hrs., Maihar at 03:44/03:46 Hrs., Katni at 04:35/04:40 Hrs., Jabalpur at 06:00/06:10 Hrs., Narasinghpurat 07:28/07:30 Hrs., Pipariya at 08:38/08:40 Hrs., Itarsi Jn. at 09:50/10:00 Hrs., Khandwa at 13:40/13:45 Hrs., Bhusaval Jn. at 15:20/15:30 Hrs., Manmad Jn. at 18:00/18:05 Hrs., Kopargaon at 19:48/19:50 Hrs., Ahmednagar at 22:27/22:30 Hrs. and on Tuesday arrives/departs Daund at 00:10/00:20 Hrs., Solapur at 04:10/04:20 hrs., Vijayapura at 06:45/06:50 Hrs., Almatti at 07:58/08:00 Hrs., Bagalkot at 08:48/08:50 Hrs., Badami at 09:15/09:17 Hrs., Gadag at 10:55/11:20 Hrs.

The train composition will have 16 coaches comprising of ONE AC-2 tier coach, ONE AC-3 tier coach, SIX Second class Sleeper coaches, SIX General second class coaches and TWO Second Class Luggage-cum-Brakevan with Disabled friendly compartment.

Yesterday (22:40)
Flight on Wheels aka Tejas Express^~   34156 blog posts   28141 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 2288541-1            Tags   Past Edits
this train name will be as Chandramouleshwara Express

Yesterday (23:27)
जय हिन्द   2124 blog posts   4 correct pred (67% accurate)
Re# 2288541-2            Tags   Past Edits
Unique connectivity. :)

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Rail News
Temporary StopsSWR/South Western  -  IR Press Release 

Southern Railway^~   93 news posts
Entry# 2288563   News Entry# 303257         Tags   Past Edits
Railway will provide temporary stoppage for the Train No. 12627/12628 KSR Bengaluru – New Delhi - KSR Bengaluru, Karnataka Express at Penukonda station on temporary basis for a period of six months from 27th May, 2017 to 26th November, 2017.Train No. 12627 KSR Bengaluru – New Delhi, Karnataka Express arrives at Penukonda at 21:35 Hrs. and departs at 21:36 Hrs. Train No. 12628 New Delhi - KSR Bengaluru, Karnataka Express arrives at Penukonda at 10:15 Hrs. and departs at 10:16 Hrs.


Railway will provide one minute temporary stoppage for the Train No. 17603/17604 Kacheguda – Yesvantpur - Kacheguda Express at Maddikera station on temporary basis with effect from 27th May, 2017.Train No. 17603 Kacheguda – Yesvantpur Express arrives at Maddikera at 03:00 Hrs. and departs at 03:01 Hrs. Train No. 17604 Yesvantpur – Kacheguda Express arrives at Maddikera at 22:25 Hrs. and departs at 22:26 Hrs.


Railway will provide experimental stoppage at Chinnakote Halt for the Train No. 66512 Marikuppam – KSR Bengaluru Passenger, Train No. 66514 Marikuppam – Baiyappanhalli Passenger, Train No. 66533, Marikuppam – Baiyappanhalli MEMU, Train No. 66516 Marikuppam – Bangarpet MEMU, Train No. 66513 Bangarpet - Marikuppam Passenger, Train No. 66511 KSR Bengaluru - Marikuppam Passenger, Train No. 66532 KSR Bengaluru - Marikuppam MEMU, Train No. 66515 Baiyappanhalli Marikuppam MEMU from 25th May, 2017 to 24th November, 2017.


Due to CC apron work at Vasco-da-Gama station, Train No. 56964/56963 Vasco-da-Gama – Kulem - Vasco-da-Gama Passenger is cancelled up to 25.05.2017.

Yesterday (22:57)
MJ*^   8637 blog posts   11606 correct pred (68% accurate)
Re# 2288563-1            Tags   Past Edits
One more halt in scr area,they have gone insane providing baseless halts for various trains unnecessarily trolling exp speeds,villages are being given first class treatment
One more treat for Anantapur nearer place.IR Anantapur Ko apni beti di hey kya ho bar bar dahej deraha hey

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Rail News
New/Special TrainsCR/Central  -  
Yesterday (09:58)   Tejas Express to make its maiden journey from Mumbai to Goa today

Southern Railway^~   93 news posts
Entry# 2287327   News Entry# 303232         Tags   Past Edits
The Executive Class fare in Tejas has been fixed at Rs 2,540 without food and Rs 2,940 with food. The Chair Car fare Rs 1,850 with food and Rs 1,220 without food.
New Delhi, May 22: The luxurious Tejas Express with ultra-modern amenities on board like LED TV, wi-fi, CCTV and much more will make its maiden journey from Mumbai to Goa on Monday. The semi-high speed train will run between Mumbai and Karmali (Goa) five days a week during non-monsoon period and three days a week during monsoon by halting at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Ratnagiri and Kudal stations.
No 22119 Superfast Tejas Express will leave CST at 5 AM every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May 24 and arrive at Karmali at 1:30 PM the same day. Train No 22120 Superfast Tejas Express will leave Karmali at 2:30 PM on every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, starting from May 23 and arrive at the CST at 9 PM,” DK Sharma, general manager of the Central Railway, said.
Tejas will have two executive AC chair car with 56 seating capacity and 12 AC chair cars with 78 seat capacity of each coach. (Also read: Tejas Express – from reclining chairs to automatic doors: Here are top features of superfast train)
Unlike the Shatabdi Express, passengers will have the option to opt for onboard food. If a passenger opts for food while buying ticket, the catering charge will be included in the fare. There is an increase of more than 20 per cent in the base fare for Tejas as against the Shatabdi, said a railway ministry official.
The superfast surcharge, reservation fee and catering charges will be levied separately.
The Executive Class fare in Tejas has been fixed at Rs 2,540 without food and Rs 2,940 with food. The Chair Car fare Rs 1,850 with food and Rs 1,220 without food.
The Shatabdi fares are Rs 2,390 and Rs 1,185 in Executive Coach and Chair Car respectively which include food also.
Manufactured at the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala, the coaches will have automatic entrance door, a first in non- suburban train in the Indian Railways.

Yesterday (11:45)
a2z~   789 blog posts
Re# 2287327-1            Tags   Past Edits
Fares of Tejas is actually too high and facilities does not match it. It is quite evident if we compare ac chair car charges of similar distance journeys in ac chaircar coaches of other trains.
Following info is revealed from IRI after enquiry
SN-TrainNo.-Orig.Stn-Dest.Stn-TrainClass-Distance- Jrny.Time-avg speed-Basic+Cater+Resv+SF+ST=TotalFare(EC fare)
22119---CSTM----Karmali--Tejas-------552km---8:30h rs----65kmph---Rs. 1033+142+40+45+50=1310(2740)
(2) 22120---Karmali--CSTM----Tejas-------552km---8:30h rs----65kmph---Rs. 1032+308+40+45+50=1475(2925)
(3) 12041---HWH-----NJP------Shatabdi---566km---8:10hr s----69kmph-----Rs. 724+305+40+45+36=1050(2185)
(4) 12042---NJP------HWH-----Shatabdi---566km---8:05hr s----70kmph-----Rs. 724+220+40+45+36=1065(2100)
(5) 12466---Jodhpur-Indore---SF Exp.-----550km---8:40hrs----63kmph-----Rs. 614+000+40+45+31=730
(6) 12909---BDTS----Dahod---GaribRath--529km---6:55hrs ----76kmph-----Rs. 422+000+40+45+23=530
Approximate basic fare in Rs for 550km journey in :Tejas-1033, Shatabdi-720, Express-614, Garibrath-430 Shows Tejas fare is too high as compared to shatabdi.
Avg speed of Tejas is at the best equivalent to Shatabdi.
Clearly Tejas is overpriced as compared to additional facilities provided.

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Yesterday (22:46)
Rail Fanning~   2637 blog posts
Re# 2287327-11            Tags   Past Edits
Lets hope that passengers also behave responsibly and not tamper with the LED tv's etc. Also CCTV and other equipment is properly maintained.
Maybe after few months of running it would be good to see how may of these facilities are in working condition

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Rail News
Commentary/Human Interest
Yesterday (21:45)   Railways' plan to hike lower berth fare for trains signals demise of a rich culture

Southern Railway^~   93 news posts
Entry# 2288544   News Entry# 303253         Tags   Past Edits
Since this week, the ministry of railways has been considering increasing the fares of the lower berths in railway compartments, by 50 to 100 rupees.
The move, if implemented, will be driven towards securing seats for the senior citizens, at nominally higher fares. Nominally? That seems to be the bone of contention here.
Gone are the days, as it seems, when future relations or interim kinship were forged upon the railways. Whether in a discourse of imperial comfort, or one of native camaraderie, travelling in trains was once considered an exercise in Indian
hospitality and community-living.
Indian cinema and its numerous songs are testimonies to the great potential of the Indian Railways of bringing together people, either in love or social cohesion.
An economics of the lower berths
The ministry of railways has recently come under criticism for using the railways as a "business opportunity".
Stringent opposition has come from the Pune Railways Travelers Association. As it appears, an increase in the fare approximately worth the price of half a kilogram of Bengal gram for a 500km long journey, or upwards, has not gone down well with the passengers. The proposed hike is seen as anything but "nominal".
To put things into an economic perspective, the proposed reservation of seats for senior citizens or pregnant women is roughly 15 per cent of the total lower berth seats. The total number of passenger trains running in India each day is about 13,000.

Yesterday (22:41)
Flight on Wheels aka Tejas Express^~   34156 blog posts   28141 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 2288544-1            Tags   Past Edits
acc to railway officials as of now no such plans these are rumors just
Rail News
New/Special TrainsKR/Konkan  -  

Southern Railway^~   93 news posts
Entry# 2285286   News Entry# 303048         Tags   Past Edits
Good news for passengers !! It has been decided by Ministry of Railways to run Train No. 22119 / 22120 Mumbai CST – Karmali – Mumbai CST, Tejas Superfast Express on Konkan Railway Route ( five days a week). The details are as follows:-
A. Inaugural Service :
Hon’ble Minister for Railways will flag-off Train No. 22119 Mumbai CST-Karmali Tejas Superfast as Inaugural Special 02119 from Mumbai CST on 22/05/2017 (Monday) at 15.25 hrs via Video conferencing from Swami Narayan Sabhagruh, Dadar. The train will reach Karmali at 00:35 hrs on next day.

B. Regular Service :
Commencement of Regular Service:
a. 22120 Ex. Karmali w.e.f. 23/05/2017.
b. 22119 Ex. Mumbai CST w.e.f. 24/05/2017.
1. Timings upto 09/06/2017- Non Monsoon (Five days a week) :
Train No. 22119 Mumbai CST – Karmali , Tejas Superfast. will leave from Mumbai CST at 05:00 hrs on every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday (Five days a week). Train will reach Karmali at 13:30 Hrs on same day.
Train No. 22120 Karmali - Mumbai CST, Tejas Superfast. will leave from Karmali at 14:30 hrs on every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday (Five days a week). Train will reach Mumbai CST at 23:00 Hrs on same day.
2. Timings w.e.f. 10/06/2017 to 31/10/2017 (Tri wekly):
Train No. 22119 Mumbai CST – Karmali , Tejas Superfast. will leave from Mumbai CST at 05:00 hrs on every Monday, Wednesday & Saturday (Tri weekly). Train will reach Karmali at 15:30 Hrs on same day.
Train No. 22120 Karmali - Mumbai CST, Tejas Superfast. will leave from Karmali at 07:30 hrs on every Tuesday, Thursday, & Sunday (Tri weekly). Train will reach Mumbai CST at 19:45 Hrs on same day.
The train will halt at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Ratnagiri and Karmali stations.
Composition: Total 15 LHB Coaches :- 1st AC CC – 01 Coach, CC – 12 Coach, Generator Cum SLR – 02 Coach.
The booking of the train will be opened on 21/05/2017 for both inaugural and regular services.
Passengers may avail of the services.

May 20 2017 (22:44)
Please Inaugural Run BDTS PNBE Humsafar Exp   151 blog posts
Re# 2285286-1            Tags   Past Edits
Bdts pnbe Humsafar.Kab chalegi

May 21 2017 (00:28)
erpankajkashyap   196 blog posts
Re# 2285286-2            Tags   Past Edits

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May 21 2017 (12:26)
Flight on Wheels aka Tejas Express^~   34156 blog posts   28141 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 2285286-4            Tags   Past Edits
get good response by pax
Info Update
May 20 2017 (22:30)   22119/Mumbai CST - Karmali Tejas Express | CSTM/Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (18 PFs)

Southern Railway^~   2715 blog posts   199 correct pred (82% accurate)
Entry# 2285274            Tags   Past Edits
Konkan Railway PR.
click here
★★★  General Travel
Nov 08 2016 (11:25)   DDS/Dudh Sagar (1 PFs)

Southern Railway^~   2715 blog posts   199 correct pred (82% accurate)
Entry# 2052556            Tags   Past Edits
The ocean of milk..
Warning: Very long post. Might not be suitable for the general audience.
It was chilling cold – sending shivers through my spine – I get off the train. Armed with a flashlight, I find my way to level ground. In the mean time, the locos let off a long horn, and starts off with a jerk. Jayasankar and me walk on to the other line to let the train clear off. Behind is the station building, which was well lit at that hour. The clears off, and we walk
towards our shelter for the next two hours. It is a small chapel – with a couple of low height walls which serve as a bench. We settle down on one of them, rest our bags, and try to catch a few winks.
We barely manage to sleep, while the chugging sound of the DG3As reverberates across the Ghats. The loco pilot kept blowing the horn to break the eerie silence of that hour – silence is not an apt word here. The roar from the waterfall nearby filled the atmosphere. All of a sudden, we see some flashlights across the line – a group of about 20 people from Maharashtra too had gotten off the train. They too entered the same shelter as we were in – flashing their lamps, they ensured we could not sleep. They talked aloud, and made a mess of the entire area. Jay somehow managed to sleep, while I struggled to sleep.
Bonggggggg..... jing jing jing jing jing jing..... bboonnngggggggg! WDG4 twins crawl in, and stop at the starter, a few metres away from our camp. The guys sitting there joke: “Why are they ‘timepassing’??” The locos go away – only to remind us about their presence with the reverberating noise. They kept honking as well. I struggle again to sleep – only to be disturbed by the chaos created by the reckless guys.
My watch ticks past 6 AM... Another honk. I woke up Jay, and alert him of the diggies coming in. Jay, who was asleep, jumps up in excitement. We head towards the tracks to take some pictures. It was a triple consist – I did not notice their numbers. The locos came in and stopped right in front of us. The headlamps gave us the picture of what lay ahead – the yellow board beside the tracks read “Dudhsagar”!!! It was a dream come true for me – I had been planning to come here for three years now. I had to abandon my plan every time – but this time, I was determined to make it. Jayasankar has been visiting Dudhsagar like an annual pilgrimage for the past three years – this was my first trip to this place. (Not exactly the first – had travelled through the place by train two times in the past).
It took me real long time to sink into reality – it was still cold around, but the excitement of having made it to the place at last kept me running in high spirits. I and Jay had drawn up a plan to trek down the ghats – 12 kilometres to Kulem. Our first priority now was to have our breakfast – we had packed biscuits and cakes from home – we topped it up with flavoured milk (from Nandini!). After breakfast, we slowly set off. I stopped every 20-30 metres to take a photo – while Jay meant business. Jay kept firing on all cylinders – he was brisk. Tagging along a three digit load, my speed was much slower. Intermittent showers meant that we had to always hold the umbrella.
t couldn’t have been more foolish of me – I had left my weather coat at home! I was at the risk of getting wet – plus the cold environment kept me slightly tensed. On starting from Dudhsagar, one crosses the old Dudhsagar cabin, which is located right at the mouth of a tunnel! This was my first ever experience walking through a tunnel – it was chilling cold inside, and there was water dropping off at the portals. A good flashlight ensured that I did not trip anywhere. The roar from the waterfall was getting louder as we exit the tunnel – we walk past a curve. I see Jay standing in the middle of no-where, pointing his fingers upwards – Wow! That is the first sight of the waterfall!
We walk closer to the waterfall – In the meantime, I take more snaps. As we near the falls, sprays get stronger – the entire air is misty, saturated with fine droplets of water. We finally reach the bridge – the one across the falls. I take a couple of quick snaps – it was very windy, and the water sprays were too strong. I got wet in hardly a minute! Just as we walk past the falls, it starts pouring down – Jay asks if we should take a break or continue – I chose to continue. The tracks were slippery – thanks to the heavy tree cover, which keeps water dripping all the time. We continued our slow progress. We cross another tunnel, and reach a signal - this was a Warner signal – its unique in its appearance. It has two light units placed one above the other – the one of top was green, and the one at the bottom was red. This signal indicates “Caution” – and is used in 2-Aspect signal territory.
We stood around looking at the beauty of the environs – that served as a break for us. A few metres ahead, I get the first proper view of the massive falls. Dudhsagar – literally translated to an “Ocean of Milk” – kept its name today. It surely was an ocean of sea – from far it felt as if milk was flowing down a gorge. We continued walking – another tunnel later, we reach the “View point”. It is here that one can see Dudhsagar in all its beauty – the stone bridge that carries the railway line appears miniature when compared to the majesty of the waterfall. We take a 10 minute break – we covered 2 kilometres in about an hour including umpteen breaks.
After the viewpoint, my camera was safely packed in a waterproof packet and left in my bag. It started raining heavier by now. The tracks got even more slippery as we proceeded towards Sonalium (the only station between Dudhsagar and Kulem). It was getting tougher to walk – heavy rain, plus slippery nature of tracks made the walk difficult. We were, however, determined to accomplish our task. The line passes through dense forest from here on – the tracks have very little space to its sides. Another hour later, we slowly approach Sonalium. Sonalium Home signal came as a sigh of relief for me – that meant another break was in sight.
Jay walked past the Home signal and directly entered the loop line – but he reverted to the main line soon after. I too entered the loop line, and understood why he switched lines! The area around the points of the loop line had wooden sleepers! They were very badly slippery – walking on the ballast bed was the only way out. Jay paused mid way to the station – I caught up with him. He was exhausted – I was partially exhausted, but was not very sure if I could make it to Kulem – that was 8 kms ahead. Jay took shelted outside one staff quarter – I unloaded my baggage and stood in the shelter.
Jay was badly exhausted – a combination of inadequate sleep and some other factors made this veteran accept defeat very early – being a novice, I too thought it was perfect for me too to stop. The rain worsened now – there was no sign of the rain even reducing! The staffs on duty at the station were relaxing – chatting aloud. Off-duty staffs were just waking up. About 30 minutes after we stopped, the station staff announced the arrival of the Howrah bound Amaravati Express. Just as the pointsman came out, he asked us which direction were we headed to – when we replied “Kulem”, he said the next movement to that side would be at 1100 hrs – it was just past 0920 hrs then.
A couple of minutes later, WDM3A #14031 coupled to #14041 of Gooty came in with the Amaravati Express. The train took a 4 minute break at LIM (Sonalium). The train headed out at 0929 hrs – the bankers were WDM3A #14057 and #14032 of Gooty. I was back in our “shelter” – by now Jay was fast asleep. I had a small chat with the pointsman, who said a “freighter” was expected soon, followed by the Poorna Express – both heading towards Kulem. The pointsman cam
e and alerted us soon as the clearance for the incoming freighter was given – I woke up Jay, and we quickly grabbed out belongings and rushed towards the starter.
In the mean time, an Up-going freight – a loaded BOXN rake hauled by twin WDG4s and banked by triple WDG4s came in. Just as we reached the starter – we saw that it was already set to proceed. The down-going freighter – a Penta WDG4 consist, running light – went past without stopping! Both of us were dead tired to walk back to the station building, and decided to sit on a pile of sleepers kept there. It drizzled on and off, but thankfully did not pour. Around 1100 hrs, we heard a horn and the characteristic ALCO engine noise – Hurrah! Our train to Kulem was approaching! The horn got louder – we though the train was already in Sonalium. But the train was no where in sight
We turn back – the rake is still at Dudhsagar! A blue speck was clearly visible up in the ghats – Dudhsagar station is visible from Sonalium station. The train took a good 16 minutes to reach Sonalium from Dudhsagar – a distance of 4.11 kms! Sharp at 1118hrs, a triple loco consist appear around a marvellous ‘S’ curve at Sonalium. Out of the three, two were the breakers and one was the main power – The breakers were WDG3A #14552 and #14587, both from Gooty – and the main power was WDM3D #11348 of Pune. We got into the coach that stopped near us – it was a sleeper coach. Jay chose to doorplate, while I got on to the TTEs seat. The rest of the run was uneventful – the train crawled the next 7.98 kms to Kulem. We got off at Kulem, rushed to the ticket counter, took a ticket and we boarded the passenger bound to Vasco – we were joined by some more guys from IRFCA (thats a secret!). There ended a trip that I was longing for since long!
as written by binai shankar www.platform7.in

4 posts - Tue Nov 08, 2016

Nov 08 2016 (16:27)
JBP ET OHE OMG 😲 SUPPORTS KKR 😎~   12781 blog posts   22 correct pred (43% accurate)
Re# 2052556-5            Tags   Past Edits
Then I should write very jealous of him 😊

Nov 08 2016 (16:28)
Southern Railway^~   2715 blog posts   199 correct pred (82% accurate)
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Ya ya

Nov 08 2016 (21:05)
Guest: 7ffdc5c9   show all posts
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I loved the pics more than the writeup.

May 11 2017 (17:59)
arydolly001~   534 blog posts
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onboard rhate Dudh Sagar ko dekna possible hai ??

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May 20 2017 (06:22)
Ashutosh   584 blog posts   256 correct pred (72% accurate)
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Nice to see someone visiting such a place. Here is my account on the same destination.!!
Travel Question
May 19 2017 (19:51)   04409/Delhi - Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Special

Kush Kalra*^~   1164 blog posts   1919 correct pred (74% accurate)
Entry# 2283445            Tags   Past Edits
Can anyone please share the official notification for this train as i can see 2 different coach composition in the timeline.
Please confirm as i will be traveling by this train and need to sure if my ticket gets confirmed, as per current ciach composition its having 8 3 tie coaches.

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May 19 2017 (22:48)
Southern Railway^~   2715 blog posts   199 correct pred (82% accurate)
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NR Notification.
4 AC 2 Tier, 8 AC 3 tier, 4 Sleeper class.

debarathi mandal
May 19 2017 (22:21)
it is inaugural date of TEJAS.....but not the first departure of...
11209....tum edit train name ja kar uha pe first departure 22 May likh do....but not here..
May 19 2017 (20:53)   Mumbai CST - Karmali Tejas Express/22119   Train - Time-Table

21 on 21😎^~   3145 Conf TLs   44 Void TLs
Train Name: Mumbai CST - Karmali Tejas Express
Departure Days: Sun,Tue,Wed,Fri,Sat
Classes: CC Ex
Type: Tjs
First Departure: Mon May 22, 2017
Last Departure:
CSTM 00:20; TNA(P) 00:59 01:00; PNVL 02:08 02:13; CHI 05:28 05:30; RN 06:55 07:00; KUDL 09:28 09:30; THVM 10:36 10:38; KRMI 11:00 ;
TT Source: Manual Update/Copy-Paste

May 19 2017 (20:52)   (previous value)
Timeline Entry# 1354219
by: 21 on 21😎^~
Train Name: Mumbai CST - Karmali Tejas Express
Departure Days: Sun,Tue,Wed,Fri,Sat
Classes: CC Ex
Type: Tjs
First Departure:
Last Departure:
CSTM 00:20; TNA(P) 00:59 01:00; PNVL 02:08 02:13; CHI 05:28 05:30; RN 06:55 07:00; KUDL 09:28 09:30; THVM 10:36 10:38; KRMI 11:00 ;
TT Source: Manual Update/Copy-Paste

May 19 2017 (20:57)
Southern Railway^~   2715 blog posts   199 correct pred (82% accurate)
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May 22 dep. Will be as Inagural Special with different Train Number and TT. Not this one.

May 19 2017 (21:00)
21 on 21😎^~   12478 blog posts   20091 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Sir pehla run toh isi ka mana jayega.....woh toh inaugural main aayega...

May 19 2017 (21:02)
21 on 21😎^~   12478 blog posts   20091 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Sir new TT can be updated later....I just unticked to be introduced tick there...

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May 18 2017 (10:35)
May 18 2017 (10:35)   Chennai central - Coimbatore Unreserved Special (UnReserved)/06071   Train - Cancellation

Southern Railway^~   4542 Conf TLs   70 Void TLs
Service Discontinued.

Jan 20 2017 (11:29)   (previous value)
Timeline Entry# 1149768
by: AP Spl STS^

May 19 2017 (19:07)
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Cancellation? Source of info pls ?

May 19 2017 (19:11)
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MAS Division Officer.
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