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Aug 09 2012 (11:05)  
 

Guest: 3b9c9c1c   show all posts
Entry# 500328            Tags   Past Edits
I had booked a tatkal confirmed ticket in 2A thru IRCTC. However I am male but by mistake it booked as female. Can anyone please tell wat is the procedure to change the gender. Can i board the train????

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Aug 09 2012 (11:13)
DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 500328-2            Tags   Past Edits
yes i have given my correct identity card ( Driving Licence).

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Aug 09 2012 (11:18)
DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 500328-4            Tags   Past Edits
If i cancell i will not get a confirmed ticket .I also will not get back the money.

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Aug 09 2012 (11:25)
DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 500328-8            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks for the suggestion....Trust the TTE will have some kindness to accept the truth...

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Aug 11 2012 (13:21)
DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 500328-17            Tags   Past Edits
I completed the journey. The TTE did not noticed the gender issue. I said my seat Number and he asked if u have ID Proof. Isaid yes. and he left......Thxxxx all for your support n suggestions....

  
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Aug 11 2012 (14:05)
PASCHIM RAILWAY*^~   5626 blog posts   5316 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 500328-18            Tags   Past Edits
great so without any hiccups u completed ur journey...!!!!!
  
Predictions: 33
confirm: 33
rac: 0
wl: 0
Journey: Thu Sep 01, 2011 @ 17:15
Class: Sleeper - SL   |   Tot Seats: Avbl 314   |   Charting: < 13:45
Travel: SC/Secunderabad Junction   to   MAS/Chennai Central   |   707 km / 716 km
12604/Hyderabad - Chennai Central SF Express (PT)
Entry# 225754
 

Posted by: DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
PNR: 135-xxxxxxx   |   Similar PNRs
Posted Status as of: Aug 24 2011 (09:54)
From: Secunderabad Junction/SC
To: Chennai Central/MAS
Date of Journey: Thu Sep 01, 2011 @ 17:20
Class: Sleeper - SL
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 8 (Booking Status: W/L 38,GNWL)
Chart NOT Prepared
Please analyze my PNR, and predict my chances of confirmation. Thanks.

Latest Status as of: Sep 01 2011 (12:30)
Passenger 1: Can/Mod (Booking Status: W/L 38,GNWL)
Chart NOT Prepared
  
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Jul 19 2011 (21:46)  
 

DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Entry# 207290            Tags   Past Edits
SERVICES OF BHUBANESWAR-TIRUPATI & VISAKHAPATNAM_ALLAHABAD SPECIAL TRAINS EXTENDED
Keeping in view of the rush of passengers in Tirupati and Allahabad bound regular trains, Ministry of Railways has decided to extend the services of 08471/08472 Bhubaneswar-Tirupati-Bhubaneswar weekly special train and 08575/08576 Visakhapatnam-Allahabad-Visakhapatnam weekly special train via Rayagada & Titilagarh for another four weeks.
08471 Bhubaneswar- Tirupati weekly special train leaving Bhubaneswar on every Saturday at 11.45hrs will run up to 30th July 2011 from Bhubaneswar. In the return direction, 08472 Tirupati -Bhubaneswar weekly special train leaving Tirupati on every Sunday at 14.00hrs will run
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up to 31st July 2011 from Tirupati.

This train stops at Khurda Road, Balugaon, Brahmapur, Palasa, Srikakulam Road, Chipurupalle, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, Duvvada, Samalkot, Rajahmundry, Tadepalligudem, Eluru, Vijaywada, Guntur, Tenali, Ongole, Nellore, Gudur and Renigunta between Bhubaneswar & Tirupati having One AC-2tier, Two AC-3tier, Eight Sleeper Class, Three General Second Class and two luggage vans in its composition.

08575 Visakhapatnam-Allahabad weekly special train via Rayagada & Titilagarh leaving Visakhapatnam on every Saturday at 09.30hrs will run up to 30th July 2011 from Visakhapatnam. In the return direction, 08576 Allahabad-Visakhapatnam weekly special train leaving Allahabadon every Sunday at 16.15hrs will run up to 31st July 2011 from Allahabad.

This train stops at Vizianagaram, Bobbili, Parvatipuram, Rayagada, Muniguda, Kesinga, Titilagarh, Kantabanji, Khariar Road, Mahasamund, Raipur, Bilaspur, Pendra Road, Anuppur, Shahdol, Katni, Maihar, Satna & Manikpur between Visakhapatnam & Allahabad having One AC-2tier, One AC-3tier, Nine Sleeper Class, Four General Second Class and two luggage vans in its composition.

  
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Jul 19 2011 (21:50)
विश्व नाथ*   16774 blog posts   268 correct pred (76% accurate)
Re# 207290-1            Tags   Past Edits
Already updated here few days back.

  
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Jul 19 2011 (21:51)
Guest: 3fbe7773   show all posts
Re# 207290-2            Tags   Past Edits

Old news buddy
  
Predictions: 22
confirm: 5
rac: 8
wl: 9
Journey: Sun Jul 17, 2011 @ 14:55
Class: AC 2-tier - 2A   |   Tot Seats: Avbl 4   |   Charting: < 11:00
Travel: JP/Jaipur Junction   to   ASN/Asansol Junction   |   1305 km / 1647 km
12988/Ajmer - Sealdah SF Express (PT)
Entry# 202937
 

PNR: 222-xxxxxxx   |   Similar PNRs
Posted Status as of: Jul 11 2011 (15:47)
From: Jaipur Junction/JP
To: Asansol Junction/ASN
Date of Journey: Sun Jul 17, 2011 @ 15:00
Class: AC 2-tier - 2A
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 13 (Booking Status: W/L 30,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Waitlist# 14 (Booking Status: W/L 31,GNWL)
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Please analyze my PNR, and predict my chances of confirmation. Thanks.

Latest Status as of: Jul 15 2011 (17:23)
Passenger 1: Can/Mod (Booking Status: W/L 30,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Can/Mod (Booking Status: W/L 31,GNWL)
Chart NOT Prepared

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Jul 11 2011 (16:35)
DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 202937-2            Tags   Past Edits
yes its always better than 2 take risk
  
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Jul 11 2011 (09:39)  
 

DILLIP   9 blog posts   87 correct pred (71% accurate)
Entry# 202660            Tags   Past Edits
Kalka Mail accident: death toll rises to 63
A special train that was dispatched to carry the injured passengers from the Howrah-Delhi Kalka Mail derailment site in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, drew into the New Delhi Railway Station on Monday morning, ending the horrific ordeal for some. Doctors with medical supplies received over 165 passengers on the platform.
The Centre has announced compensation packages for families of all the casualties and the injured.
Minister
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of State for Railways KH Muniyappa said, "It's an unfortunate incident; the Prime Minister has announced compensation for victims."
"Rs 5 lakh for family of the deceased, Rs 1 lakh for major injuries and Rs 25000 for simple injuries keeping track of rescue operations, " added Muniyappa.
The train derailed in Uttar Pradesh leaving over 63 passengers dead and more than 140 injured, touting it to be the worst accident of this year. It was reportedly travelling at a speed of 108 Km/Hr when it derailed near Fatehpur Malwan railway station at 12.20 pm.
Ram Bharose, SP fatehpur said, "57 people are dead. The rescue work is still on. The situation is under control for now, but it will take time to clear the coaches. Dead bodies are still being taken out."
The Delhi-Howrah route still remains disrupted and seven trains stand cancelled.
The impact was such that 13 bogies were thrown off the tracks, many on top of others, which left them badly mangled.
The train had 1, 200 passengers on board when the incident took place leaving scores trapped inside.
The first helping hand came from the locals as soon as the police reached the accident spot.
Many passengers broke the the glass windows of the 3 AC tier coaches to free themselves.
Local sources confirmed that gas cutters were used to cut through the twisted mass of iron that many mangled bogies had become.
Passengers were shocked and dazed with what their train journey had become. Those who were rescued feared for their fellow travellers who were still trapped inside.
"People are still inside we can hear their voices, " said a rescued passenger.
A while after the accident took place, the Army joined in the rescue operations, sending medical teams and deploying Chetak helicopters for emergency evacuations. A specialised team of National Disaster Relief Force, also, rushed to the accident spot.
Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Railways Mukul Roy said that an enquiry had been set up to look into the cause of the accident.
The question is what caused the worst train accident of the year so far.
Preliminary reports suggest the driver may have applied emergency brakes and at a speed of 108 km per hour, it proved fatal.
But many questions remain to be answered:
- The train was moving within the speed limits and with Malwa not as a scheduled stop, what forced the driver to apply the emergency brake?
- Experts say sudden application of emergency brakes don't really lead to derailments, so does it mean the air brakes of other bogies failed?
- Or were the tracks damaged?
The mishap that took place on Sunday also raises questions over the safety record of the railways. Over 90 accidents have taken place in the last 12 months, which is not a record the world's largest rail network can be proud of.
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