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Jan 17 2017 (22:55)   साफ मौसम में भी विलंब से चल रहीं गाड़ियां

☆अलविदा गोंडा मीटरगेज■☆*^~   4748 news posts
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लेट चलीं ट्रेनें1’11123 बरौनीग्वालियर-3.30 घंटे।1’11124 ग्वालियरबरौनी-7.30 घंटे।1’ 12553 वैशालीएक्स- 3.00 घंटे।1’ 12554 वैशालीएक्स- 3.45 घंटे।1’ 15708 आम्रपालीएक्स-4.30घंटे।1’ 12556 गोरखधामएक्स-3.30घंटे।1’ 12566 बिहार संपर्क- 8.15 घंटे।1’11015 कुशीनगरएक्स-3.15 घंटे।1’ 12542 एलटीटी एक्स- 2.48 घंटे।
गोरखपुर : मौसम साफ होने और धूप निकलने के बाद भी ट्रेनों की रफ्तार बढ़ने का नाम नहीं ले रही। हालांकि ट्रेनों की लेटलतीफी कुछ कम हुई है, लेकिन पूरी तरह अंकुश नहीं लग पा रहा है। सोमवार को ही गोरखधाम और वैशाली सुपरफास्ट एक्सप्रेस तीन से चार घंटे की देरी से गोरखपुर पहुंचीं। यात्री परेशान रहे। 1दिल्ली-कानपुर-गोरखपुर-बरौनी रूट पर परेशानी कम होने का नाम नहीं ले रही है। जानकारों का कहना है कि मौसम फिर से करवट बदलेगा। कोहरा के साथ ठंड भी बढ़ सकती है। ऐसे में ट्रेनों की
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रफ्तार एक बार फिर पटरी से उतर जाएगी। रेलवे प्रशासन भी इसको लेकर सतर्क है। 15 फरवरी तक 20 ट्रेनों का निरस्तीकरण बढ़ा दिया है।

  
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Jan 17 2017 (23:26)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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what happened to much hyped 'trinetra' technology that helps pilot run engine even in foggy day nights

  
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Jan 17 2017 (23:41)
Balgobind Mishra   425 blog posts   68 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 2130782-2            Tags   Past Edits
Actually IR Har Saal ek Shagufa chhodta Hai "Tri-netra" usi ka part Hai. Is Saal bahut fog tha par mujhe pakka yakin Hai ki trial Pura nahi hua Hoga.
Train to late chal hi Rahi thi 2 se 3 ghante aur late Kar dete aur Tri-netra ka trial pura Kar lete.
"Agle Saal phir wohi rona rahega Fog ka"

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Jan 17 2017 (12:25)   Rail passengers can tune into music, infotainment on-the-go

rdb*^   124811 news posts
Entry# 2130091   News Entry# 291436         Tags   Past Edits
LUCKNOW: Passengers may soon tune into popular FM radio stations on trains, with Indian Railway firming up plans to roll out a Rail Radio service for `on-board infotainment'. Plan is to introduce the facility on about 1,000 Mail and Express trains, including premier services.Passengers will not only be treated to popular songs and music but will also be facilitated with public address system in coaches, along with updates on train related information on hourly basis.According to the plan, the system will be used to issue alerts in case of an emergency. Besides jokes, astrology and other trivia, the history of Indian Railway and its major activities will also be part of the Rail Radio service. "We are in the process of finalising arrangements with some leading FM radio stations to provide entertainment as well as informa tion to passengers on board about 1,000 Mail and Express trains including Rajdhani, Shatabdi and...
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Duronto," said a senior railway official.
Railway minister Suresh Prabhu had in his 2016-2017 budget speech proposed to invite FM radio stations for providing train-borne entertainment through public address systems on trains.Currently , only Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi trains are equipped with PA system. Once Rail Radio service is in operation, all these premier trains will be linked with the system," he added.As per the plan, studios will be set up at Railway Board and all zonal headquarters to operationalise Rail Radio service. Rail Radio service will be helpful during emergency situations like accidents or a natural calamity , the official said. "It will be easier to reach out to passengers during emergency through PA system from headquarters, adding, "There will be a slot for educating and creating awareness among passengers on disaster management."
With a view to enhancing passenger comfort, a move has been initiated by the Railways to introduce new amenities including ergonomic seating and easily accessible dustbins in coaches.
Plans to make available the bilingual on board magazine Rail Bandhu in all Mail and Express trains. Currently, the magazine is available only in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto trains. There is also a plan to publish Rail Bandhu in regional languages, the official said.

  
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Jan 17 2017 (12:37)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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Govt is 'firm' and bent upon introducing more noise while travelling too.
24 x 7 music means your sleep is gone if someone is playing music as per his whim ...
I have seen Movie played on laptop, noisy mobile tunes and music and talks even in upper classes...
It will be another source of income for private players ; for suppliers who
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install such system, and to various doctors for treating ailments arising out of sleeplessness :
India is 'truly' competing with Western world... at least in terms of 'spoilage'
  
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Jan 17 2017 (11:13)   Never knew about his craze for selfies, says family

rdb*^   124811 news posts
Entry# 2130010   News Entry# 291412         Tags   Past Edits
Kin demand that police, schools teach children about safety issues associated with selfies
: A casual glance at the Facebook account of Yash Chindaliya, one of the two boys killed by a running train while taking selfies, indicates that he loved posing for the camera.
The 15-year-old boy would also find unusual backgrounds to pose in front of. At times, he would create a collage consisting of his selfies.
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police quoted his friends as saying he was the most “daring” among them. One of his recent pictures on Facebook carries a caption about keeping fear aside and going ahead. But his family had no inkling about his enthusiasm for selfies.
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“Yash had left his mobile phone at home when he left for tuitions on Saturday. We have a digital camera at home, but he would never even look at it,” his mother, Kamlesh, said.
Probe so far has revealed that Yash and his six friends had other plans.
Looking for “top-quality” photographs, the seven boys went on to hire a professional Canon camera for Rs. 1,300 for a day. But it was a friend’s mobile phone he was using to take a selfie in front of a fast-approaching train when Yash and his classmate, Shubham, were fatally hit by another train on the adjacent track.
Shubham lived with his parents and a younger sister in east Delhi’s Mayur Vihar, also home to most of his other friends who were with him at the time of the accident. His father is employed with an automobile firm.
According to Yash’s grandmother, Sarala, Saturday was the first time he did not return home immediately after attending tuitions. “He was an obedient boy. He never hid anything from us,” said Sarala.
Devastated by his death, everyone in his family now wants the police and schools in the city to teach children about the safety issues associated with selfies.
“Schools must teach children about the risks associated with taking selfies. The police must ensure that railway tracks are out of bounds for the public,” said Yash’s uncle, Ravi.

  
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Jan 17 2017 (11:25)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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It is sad people are so careless about their own life, and family ...
youngsters need to be cautioned and if needed , reprimanded , about dangers of 'carelessness'....
It is not 'selfie' that kills , it is careless attitude toward 'safety' that kills

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Jan 16 2017 (14:10)   Chennai to Bengaluru: Chennai to Bengaluru: Travel by land faster than by air - Times of India

For Better Managed Indian Railways~   941 news posts
Entry# 2129167   News Entry# 291356         Tags   Past Edits
CHENNAI: Chennai to Bengaluru in 30 minutes! No, this is not a figment of imagination, or worse a videogame, but a proposed mode of transport.
A US-based company which has embarked on an ambitious project to revolutionise the way people moved from one city to another has set its eyes on Chennai. The brainchild of Elon Musk, HyperLoop One proposes to propel people in travel pods at 1,200kmph through a tube propped up on concrete pillars. The pod or train is able to achieve the speed because it floats in a vacuum inside the tunnel.
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the plan takes off, people will be able to zoom to Bengaluru in 30 minutes. Mumbai will be a little more than an hour away.
Recently, the company tweeted the routes it is interested in. These include Chennai-Bengaluru, Chennai-Mumbai, Bengaluru-Thiruvananthapuram and Mumbai-Delhi.
Hyperloop has approached Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent. Sources said the routes being considered were meant to run bullet trains, and Japanese and Chinese teams have started studying the Chennai-Bengaluru route to find out if they can lay tracks to run high-speed trains.
On its website, Hyperloop says it can move people for the price of bus tickets and that they are going to charge for the time taken and not the transport. The team which is behind the project says it is planning to install prefabricated tubes atop pillars, a move aimed to cut down cost and time of construction. Solar panels on top of the tubes and windmills on the pillars to tap energy will further reduce operational cost. The pod uses magnetic system to move. It needs energy only when it begins the journey and can glide for more than 200 miles once it touches top speed.
The first line in the world is expected to come up between Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the next five years. It will cut down travel time from 90 minutes to 12 minutes.
However, engineers at Indian Railways are skeptical. "Any plan which aims at high speed connectivity is good. But they may take more than a decade to take off because of different reasons," a senior railway official said. "There will be procedural delays and time taken for approvals from the government."
It will take `300 crore to build 1km high-speed line, but HyperLoop, citing its San Francisco to Los Angeles plan, says it will take `72 crore per kilometre. But a railway official said cost will be an impediment. "It is difficult to fix ticket prices professionally because the government wants to keep them low. Going by the current rate of cost of construction, it will cost `6,000 to Bengaluru. The moment the fares are suggested, the government loses interest," he said.
High-speed trains in Kerala met with the same fate. The line from Thiruvananthapuram to Mangaluru was studied thoroughly but when the cost and fare were projected, it ran into trouble.
Whenever there's something good being built for the citizens the government or the officials always create obstacles by ways of paperwork.
Also, unlike in Dubai, land is not barren and free in India. It cannot be built along the highway because there are several bends and inclines. Since the pods will be shuttled at very high speeds, the tunnel will have to be built on a straight line with minimum curves. Besides the topography, governments take time to decide on new projects. Monorail in Chennai, for example, was mooted in 2011. But the project is yet to take off. Another stumbling block will be multiple-levels of approvals. New rail projects will have to go through Research Design and Standards Organisation inspection.
"Hyperloop is a new technology and a new regulatory body will have to be formed to ensure safety and accountability. It is unlikely that the government will allow the company to go unmonitored," said an official.

  
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Jan 16 2017 (14:26)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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Look at the 'news'
it talks about cost : It will take `300 crore to build 1km high-speed line, but HyperLoop, citing its San Francisco to Los Angeles plan, says it will take `72 crore per kilometre. But a railway official said cost will be an impediment. "It is difficult to fix ticket prices professionally because the government wants to keep them low. Going by the current rate of cost of construction, it will cost `6,000 to Bengaluru. The moment the fares are suggested, the government loses interest," he said.
For business
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or leaders or bureaucrats have one thing on mind "COST" ; not to public but to business, and percentages ...
  
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Jan 16 2017 (14:10)   Chennai to Bengaluru: Chennai to Bengaluru: Travel by land faster than by air - Times of India

For Better Managed Indian Railways~   941 news posts
Entry# 2129154   News Entry# 291356         Tags   Past Edits
CHENNAI: Chennai to Bengaluru in 30 minutes! No, this is not a figment of imagination, or worse a videogame, but a proposed mode of transport.
A US-based company which has embarked on an ambitious project to revolutionise the way people moved from one city to another has set its eyes on Chennai. The brainchild of Elon Musk, HyperLoop One proposes to propel people in travel pods at 1,200kmph through a tube propped up on concrete pillars. The pod or train is able to achieve the speed because it floats in a vacuum inside the tunnel.
If
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the plan takes off, people will be able to zoom to Bengaluru in 30 minutes. Mumbai will be a little more than an hour away.
Recently, the company tweeted the routes it is interested in. These include Chennai-Bengaluru, Chennai-Mumbai, Bengaluru-Thiruvananthapuram and Mumbai-Delhi.
Hyperloop has approached Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent. Sources said the routes being considered were meant to run bullet trains, and Japanese and Chinese teams have started studying the Chennai-Bengaluru route to find out if they can lay tracks to run high-speed trains.
On its website, Hyperloop says it can move people for the price of bus tickets and that they are going to charge for the time taken and not the transport. The team which is behind the project says it is planning to install prefabricated tubes atop pillars, a move aimed to cut down cost and time of construction. Solar panels on top of the tubes and windmills on the pillars to tap energy will further reduce operational cost. The pod uses magnetic system to move. It needs energy only when it begins the journey and can glide for more than 200 miles once it touches top speed.
The first line in the world is expected to come up between Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the next five years. It will cut down travel time from 90 minutes to 12 minutes.
However, engineers at Indian Railways are skeptical. "Any plan which aims at high speed connectivity is good. But they may take more than a decade to take off because of different reasons," a senior railway official said. "There will be procedural delays and time taken for approvals from the government."
It will take `300 crore to build 1km high-speed line, but HyperLoop, citing its San Francisco to Los Angeles plan, says it will take `72 crore per kilometre. But a railway official said cost will be an impediment. "It is difficult to fix ticket prices professionally because the government wants to keep them low. Going by the current rate of cost of construction, it will cost `6,000 to Bengaluru. The moment the fares are suggested, the government loses interest," he said.
High-speed trains in Kerala met with the same fate. The line from Thiruvananthapuram to Mangaluru was studied thoroughly but when the cost and fare were projected, it ran into trouble.
Whenever there's something good being built for the citizens the government or the officials always create obstacles by ways of paperwork.
Also, unlike in Dubai, land is not barren and free in India. It cannot be built along the highway because there are several bends and inclines. Since the pods will be shuttled at very high speeds, the tunnel will have to be built on a straight line with minimum curves. Besides the topography, governments take time to decide on new projects. Monorail in Chennai, for example, was mooted in 2011. But the project is yet to take off. Another stumbling block will be multiple-levels of approvals. New rail projects will have to go through Research Design and Standards Organisation inspection.
"Hyperloop is a new technology and a new regulatory body will have to be formed to ensure safety and accountability. It is unlikely that the government will allow the company to go unmonitored," said an official.

  
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Jan 16 2017 (14:19)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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The effect of speed on Body can be imagined ...
After getting off from proposed 'tube' what will be the condition of traveler :)
  
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Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
Entry# 2129075            Tags   Past Edits
Mild to sever tremors are felt in Kachchh region of Gujarat since morning ...
Those planning to visit Kachchh may note this and plan their tour ...
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Jan 14 2017 (09:57)   Mumbai’s new rakes likely to be AC under MUTP-III

aavinseth~   14 news posts
Entry# 2126825   News Entry# 291225         Tags   Past Edits
The railways will procure air-conditioned (AC) rakes for the suburban system under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP-III). The quest for AC locals has remained elusive even though one rake landed here in April 2016. Trials are yet begin, with many officers still unsure if the rake may even run for commuters by June.
A senior railway official said, "The railway board had agreed to procure 47 rakes under MUTP-III with automatic door closure facility. Due to overcrowding in trains, carbon dioxide levels can be quite high in coaches once the doors are closed. Hence, Central Railway, Western Railway and Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) officials feel we should go in for AC rakes under MUTP-III." Sources said a formal decision is
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expected within a month by the board, after which MRVC can float tenders.
Another official said, "There are two options before finalising technology for AC rakes. One is for rakes with air-conditioning equipment atop coaches, which is similar to the BHEL AC rake, whose trials will be carried out soon on WR. This will cost Rs 7 crore per coach." The other is a metro-type system, where the AC system will be fitted in the under-frame of the coach. He said, "The cost will be marginally high at Rs 10 crore per coach. Both types will have vestibule arrangements, similar to the metro system."
MRVC will have to place an order for 546 coaches under MUTP-III. The official said, "It will take at least three-and-a-half years to get the rakes in the system from the day orders are placed for manufacturing them." He said global tenders will have to be placed as MUTP is financed by World Bank; a similar process was followed for rakes under MUTP-I and II."
While the electrical system for MUTP-I and II are from Siemens and Bombardier Transportation respectively, shells of the rakes are manufactured at Integral Coach Factory, Perambur.
Officials refused to speak on record as the code of conduct is in force due to the civic elections.
COST FACTOR
MRVC plans to procure 47 rakes, with 564 coaches
* Non-AC rakes with vestibules & automatic doors | Rs2,899cr
* Non-AC coach with automatic doors | Rs5.12cr
* Metro-type coaches with AC equipment in under-frame | Rs10cr
* Rake with AC fitting atop coach | Rs7cr
Mumbai's AC rake
Cost of 12-car rake | Rs54cr (Rs4.5cr per coach)
Train passenger capacity | 5,964, including 1,028 seated and 4,936 standees
Max speed | 110kmph

  
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Jan 14 2017 (13:28)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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This says all about our 'population' : '.....Train passenger capacity | 5,964, including 1,028 seated and 4,936 standees...'
Our planners consider 'standees' before sitters....
With this numbers sitters get their value for money paid for travel

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Jan 14 2017 (16:15)
180 years of Railways in India~   2114 blog posts
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It is a sub-urban transit system. For such systems, design is done considering a large number of standees also. It's the same anywhere across the world.
  
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Nov 10 2013 (19:01)   12133/Mumbai CST - Mangaluru Junction SF Express

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Take enough snacks/eatables from Madgaon since this train has a 10 minute halt there. After Madgaon, literally nothing edible is available onboard.

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Jan 10 2017 (21:52)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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I have heard aloo bhaji, sukhi bhaji ... but this 'goli bhaji' ... seems unique and new to me...
  
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Jan 10 2017 (21:49)   12133/Mumbai CST - Mangaluru Junction SF Express

Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
Entry# 2122810            Tags   Past Edits
Many restaurant write before their name 'Udupi" :
This indicates some roots origin taste of the food.
Does Udupi city itself have great restaurants / hotels now doing business ?
  
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Jan 10 2017 (20:04)   Suresh Prabhu launches new IRCTC Rail Connect app

Beauty of India   166 news posts
Entry# 2122734   News Entry# 290944         Tags   Past Edits
New Delhi: In a bid to promote ease of ticketing through digital transactions, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Tuesday released the new passenger mobile application named 'IRCTC Rail Connect app'. "Currently e-ticketing system caters to over 10 lakh passengers daily (comprising 58 per cent of total reserved passengers). And to increase the ease to users, a new Android-based mobile application for reserved booking IRCTC Rail Connect has been developed," Prabhu told reporters here. Further, Prabhu inaugurated many non-fare initiatives and IRCTC mobile apps. Explaining about the new mobile IRCTC app, Prabhu said: "Rail Connect has been developed to bring the power of next generation e-ticketing system like high performance and enhanced security." The new mobile-based application will replace the old existing IRCTC connect app. According to the Minister, the new application has features like 24/7 service with no time based checks, synchronisation of mobile app with NGET (Next Generation e-Ticketing) for...
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ticket booking, simple and easy user interface and supports general, ladies, Tatkal and Premium-Tatkal quota. The new application sports other features like advanced security of self-assigned PIN (Personal identification number) to login without entering username and password on each login. Prabhu pointed-out that a new user registration and activation can now be directly done through the IRCTC Rail Connect. The minister further said that the new application will be integrated with IRCTC e-wallet for faster and hassle free transactions. "Through IRCTC Rail Connect app users can view and cancel old mobile app tickets also. The new app will provide payment gateway to over 40 banks to facilitate payments through net Banking, credit or debit cards and wallets like Paytm, PayU, Mobikwik," Prabhu informed. "The IRCTC Rail Connect will also be inter-connected with IRCTC AIR, Food on Track mobile apps to facilitate booking of air tickets and food through e-catering."

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Jan 10 2017 (21:39)
Kishor*^~   4484 blog posts   123 correct pred (62% accurate)
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"Digital India" This is great device to keep all busy and guessing what govt is doing ....
Like 'Garibi Hatao" ... of Forty years back slogan
Govt expenditure on multi party leadership "continuation maintenance and repairs" must be brought to Zero, and then real GDP of India will show....
Ever since The new year has dawned, TV are busy flashing
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'Cycle" race and PariWar" news ....
Like such nuisances, many bugs are keeping India busy or halting progress ...

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