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May 25 2017 (13:44)   Tejas Express’ first trip: Passengers steal headphones, make it dirty

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2292398   News Entry# 303565         Tags   Past Edits
The Mumbai­Goa Tejas Superfast Express' maiden run on Monday has left Railway
Minister Suresh Prabhu understandably chuffed. What Prabhu probably doesn't know, and what has left the railway officials visibly sheepish, is the railway staff reporting that several headphones were stolen from the train during its very first journey. The impact of the thefts is such that on Wednesday ­ during the train's journey from Goa to Mumbai ­ a few passengers complained that they were not provided headphones at all.
Tejas, hailed as an "aeroplane moving on the ground" by the Central
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railway top brass, boasts of amenities such as LED screens attached to seats, Wi­Fi, CCTV cameras, and tea/coffee vending machine. Capable of running at 200 kmph, the train covers the 552­km Mumbai­Goa journey within nine hours.
A senior railway official told Mumbai Mirror that "at least a dozen headphones" were missing from the train after Monday's journey. He also said a couple of LED screens had scratch marks on them."The headphones were distributed just after the journey commenced. There wasn't an announcement to return the headphones because we expected passengers to not carry them away, just like they don't take away pillows and blankets," the official said.
When asked the cost of a single headphone on board Tejas, the official merely said, "Not very expensive". The cheapest ticket on the 992 ­seat train costs Rs 1,185 (chair car, without food), and the most expensive is the executive class ticket at Rs 2,740.
The Central Railway's chief public relations officer, Narendra Patil, confirmed the railway staff reported that "a few headphones" were
missing from the train after Monday's journey.
Yesterday, a senior citizen on board the train's journey to Mumbai said he was not given headphones "despite several reminders".
Mahendra Barde, 62, who was travelling with wife, said, "I wanted to watch something on the screen but never got the headphones."
Several passengers also complained that the Wi­Fi on the train wasn't active.
The railway officials said not much should be looked into these incidents. "These are teething troubles that will be sorted out within a few
days. We need to celebrate a train that will eventually change the way India travels," the official said.

  
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May 25 2017 (15:14)
Jackpot June Edition will be Launch on 1st June^~   34516 blog posts   28164 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 2292398-1            Tags   Past Edits
what ever railway and govt do for people
log apni aukat dikha hi dete h
shame on
from up to Maharashtra thinking is same
pehle mahamana aur ab tejas :(
  
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Apr 22 2017 (15:27)   Railways to increase 3AC coaches in long distance trains

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2245984   News Entry# 300424         Tags   Past Edits
The railways will increase 3AC coaches in long distance trains to cater to the growing demand for air-conditioned coaches.
Railway data shows that between April 1, 2016 and March 10, 2017, 3AC coaches carried 17 per cent of all passengers in long-distance trains which accounted for 32.60 per cent of all the earnings from passenger fares.
The data shows increasing demand for 3AC class with passenger share rising from 16.69 per cent last year to 17.15 per cent, and passenenger share rising from 16.69 per cent last year to 17.15 per
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cent, and passenger earnings increasing from 32.60 per cent last year to 33.65 per cent between April 1, 2016 and March 10, 2017.
Sleeper class carried 59.78 per cent passengers and contributed about 44.78 per cent of passenger earnings. Last year the share of sleeper coaches was over 60 per cent of passengers and 45.94 per cent of earnings.
The predominance of sleeper passengers is showing a downward trend as more and more passengers are opting for 3AC class, said a senior Railway Ministry official.
The official said a decision has been taken to augment 3AC coaches gradually in some long distance trains.

  
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Apr 22 2017 (15:47)
srinivasvasanthi~   3849 blog posts   13 correct pred (50% accurate)
Re# 2245984-1            Tags   Past Edits
3AC fares should not be more than twice of the Sleeper class fares.
During night reduce the temperatures from 27 degree to 23 degree only.
For this temperature control 3 times of sleeper fares are unwarranted.
Moreover in our Tropical country surcharges for AC also unwarranted.
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So in the GST requested our PM ,FM and RM that AC surcharges for train travel have to be totally withdrawn.

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Apr 22 2017 (23:26)
JBP ET OHE OMG 😲 SUPPORTS KKR 😎~   12824 blog posts   22 correct pred (42% accurate)
Re# 2245984-8            Tags   Past Edits
Wse on an average har train m 3 3ac rhte h ha ab aur ktne increased ktnge
Also rather than eradicating ac2 railway should use ac2 cum 3 coaches more as it would be helpful for railway & travelers looking dor ac2

  
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Apr 28 2017 (22:46)
No delivery charges for i ticket~   1114 blog posts   11 correct pred (61% accurate)
Re# 2245984-10            Tags   Past Edits
Why not railway runs a 24 coacher icf 3ac trains
  
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Apr 22 2017 (15:27)   Railways to increase 3AC coaches in long distance trains

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2245982   News Entry# 300424         Tags   Past Edits
The railways will increase 3AC coaches in long distance trains to cater to the growing demand for air-conditioned coaches.
Railway data shows that between April 1, 2016 and March 10, 2017, 3AC coaches carried 17 per cent of all passengers in long-distance trains which accounted for 32.60 per cent of all the earnings from passenger fares.
The data shows increasing demand for 3AC class with passenger share rising from 16.69 per cent last year to 17.15 per cent, and passenenger share rising from 16.69 per cent last year to 17.15 per
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cent, and passenger earnings increasing from 32.60 per cent last year to 33.65 per cent between April 1, 2016 and March 10, 2017.
Sleeper class carried 59.78 per cent passengers and contributed about 44.78 per cent of passenger earnings. Last year the share of sleeper coaches was over 60 per cent of passengers and 45.94 per cent of earnings.
The predominance of sleeper passengers is showing a downward trend as more and more passengers are opting for 3AC class, said a senior Railway Ministry official.
The official said a decision has been taken to augment 3AC coaches gradually in some long distance trains.

  
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Apr 22 2017 (15:45)
Jackpot June Edition will be Launch on 1st June^~   34516 blog posts   28164 correct pred (78% accurate)
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North East will be in list
  
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Apr 18 2017 (13:52)   TRB/Tiruverumbur (2 PFs) | GOC/WDG-4/12424

mmsravan   121 blog posts   101 correct pred (66% accurate)
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GOC WDG-4 going into BHEL Trichy factory siding to bring out an empty rake
  
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Apr 04 2017 (16:32)   For Indian Railways under Suresh Prabhu, quality tops agenda, Varanasi contractor sacked over complaints

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2222392   News Entry# 298533         Tags   Past Edits
The Indian Railways has dismissed food service of a Varanasi-based catering contractor over several complaints regarding the food quality in the premium Swarna Jayanti Ahmedabad Rajdhani. The step was taken on Friday after a BJP MP from Gujarat raised the issue in the Rajya Sabha. The train is used by MPs from the state as well as other state BJP and RSS functionaries and businessmen. In past seven months, they were bringing the issue of poor food quality to the notice of Rail PSU IRCTC. In the time period, as many as 133 complaints related to food were received from the Swarna Jayanti Ahmedabad Rajdhani, reported The Indian Express stating official data. Taking note of it, the zonal railways had been slapping the caterers with repeated financial penalties for below standard food quality. The combined penalty in the last six months amounted to Rs 9.5 lakh. Out of this amount, about...
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Rs 8.3 lakh has been realised so far.
The Varanasi-based Ambuja Caterers was serving food in the train. However, when the order to dismiss its contract was issued, the cateror exerted political pressure on the Railways to save the contract, said IE Sources. It allegedly claimed close ties with some BJP workers positioned at high posts, including a senior Union Cabinet minister. Even Shankarbhai Vegad, the MP had raised a question on this issue in the Rajya Sabha and asked not to dismiss the contract seeking attention towards over hundred of employees who will become jobless after this. But constant complaints in past few months did not let all this work and the IRCTC overlook the demand to discontinue the food service.
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Talking to IE, Vegad said he had only asked for improvement in service in the train. The MP further said all MPs from Gujarat had given feedback in writing that the quality had improved in the past couple of months and thus they would not want to take away the jobs of poor people working for the catering service.
However, the mention of the issue in Rajya Sabha proved fatal for Ambuja, which was first served a show cause notice and then asked to leave.

  
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Apr 04 2017 (17:33)
shirjeelgreat   59 blog posts
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Since the train is used by the BJP and RSS members and due to food quality the contractor was dismissed what about the people to whom the food is served at high price and low quality

  
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Apr 04 2017 (19:45)
DhnEcr~   5293 blog posts
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I have heard that 12958 food is supplied by IRCTC Noida is one of two trains (other being 12260) and it has the best food among premium trains departing NDLS.
  
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Oct 21 2016 (09:59)   Now, Virar commuters face bullying in Dahanu local
 

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2031532   News Entry# 283577         Tags   Past Edits
Virar commuters, known for their unruly behaviour towards their counterparts from Borivli, got a taste of their own medicine on Wednesday night, when commuters of a Dahanu-bound train objected to their alighting at Virar.
On Wednesday, the Virar Railway Protection Force (RPF) raided the newly introduced Churchgate-Dahanu train on platform 3 at Virar at 9.50pm following complaints from Virar commuters the previous day. The commuters were forced to travel up to Vaitarna station before they could alight.
The RPF arrested 14 men, all residents of Palghar, and fined them Rs 1,000-2,000. Police said
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as the men were preventing Virar commuters from alighting, they had to barge into the train and arrest them. A video of the uniformed cops using their batons and dragging commuters out of the train later went viral.
They were booked under sections 141 (needlessly interfering with means of communication in a train), 145 (nuisance), 146 (obstructing railway servant in his duties). The arrested men were released by 1am. While 10 of them took a private vehicle and got home early on Thursday, the remaining four stayed at their relatives' homes in Vasai-Virar. Nikhil Dixit (22), a student who was among those arrested said he was simply standing near the footboard when the cops pulled him out and charged him.
Over the years, commuters travelling between Andheri to Borivli have complained of high-handedness when they alight at their stations from a Virar-bound train. In fact, as several Virar trains originate at Borivli, commuters wanting to alight at Goregaon, Malad and Kandivli (in a Borivli-bound train) are often blocked by Virar commuters.
Police said complaints of Palghar and Dahanu-bound commuters preventing others from alighting at Virar were pouring in since the ChurchgateDahanu train was introduced on October 10. It leaves Churchgate at 8.27pm, reaches Borivli at 9.15pm and in Virar at 9.50pm. There are seven stations between Virar and Dahanu. The train was introduced after the timing of Saurashtra Mail, which was used by commuters heading beyond Virar, was advanced by an hour. Palghar and Dahanu commuters, who would board this train at Borivli at 9.15pm, now board the local train. The next long-distance train from Virar towards Dahanu arrives at 10.50 pm in Virar.
However, commuters travelling beyond Virar say local and long-distance trains should not halt at Virar. "The Dahanu-bound local should be fast from Borivli. There are many trains for Virar," said Mukul Sinha, a daily Palghar commuter. The Dahanu-bound locals halt at Bhayander, Vasai and Virar.

  
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Oct 21 2016 (15:01)
For Better Managed Indian Railways~   1933 blog posts
Re# 2031532-1            Tags   Past Edits
Great!! but bullying is undesirable who so ever does it.
But third line/second corridor between Virar & Dahanu is necessity. A lot of time has been wasted in planning for the same. Construction should begin at the earliest, else the hapless commuters shall continue to suffer.
  
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Oct 15 2016 (15:49)   The Window Seat Project offers a look at India, from the vantage point of Indian Railways
 

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 2024462   News Entry# 283092         Tags   Past Edits
The Indian railways are one of the most interesting places to gauge human interactions. Shanu Babar, a grad student, came up with an Instagram project documenting people on train journeys. This was part of his Master's dissertation as he (along with four friends), journeyed across India to shoot a travelogue.
They began uploading 10-15 second snippets of their journey on Instagram and Facebook, which gradually grew into the now viral 'Window Seat Project'. The WSP has crowd-sourced photos of travellers from all over the country. Firstpost had a chat with Babar recently about his project; excerpts from the interview:
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In conversation with Shanu Babar. Shanu Babar, the creator of the Window Seat Project
How did you come up with the idea for the project?
I started this project as a part of my dissertation film during my Master's at the Symbiosis Institute of Communication in Pune. I came up with the idea of doing a travelogue, which explores this country through the window seat of a train. The window seat always was a very special place when I was a child... it still is in some ways. Trains unite the vastness of India in one whole thread. Four of my friends and I, we planned a trip from Pune to Kanyakumari, and from there to Dhanushkoti and back, and decided to capture the experience and interview fellow travellers, of what do they think when they look at the country through the window seat.
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A photo posted by The Window Seat Project-India (@windowseatproject) on Jul 21, 2015 at 6:11am PDT
How do you fund your project?
We started the Window Seat Project by using our own money for the travel, food and accommodation. After that I started the Instagram page and slowly it started gaining attention and now it has more than 15,000 followers; so I'm planning to associate with brands and put together funds for WSP on a bigger scale throughout India. If luck holds, maybe even the world. As of now I'm only approaching brands and people. I haven't used any crowdfunding websites yet.
How do you crowd-source your project?
Whomsoever wishes to be featured on the page has to use the hashtag #windowseatproject. After some time, a lot of people started using the hashtag. Every day I go through about 100 photos. I pick up the picture which I feel is the most meaningful and something that echoes the theme of our project and I give the person proper credit for using the photograph.
Can you pick three favourites out of your series?
Picture 1:
This is the exact frame from the outside of a window seat traveler, of one where the person is just reminiscing and behind him is an entire train of thought.Babar says, "This is the exact frame from the outside of a window seat traveller, of one where the person is just reminiscing and behind him is an entire train of thought."
Picture 2:
Babar says, "This is purely for the inspiring thought it portrays 'about alaways looking for the light at the end of the tunnel.'"Babar says, "This is purely for the inspiring thought it portrays about 'always looking for the light at the end of the tunnel'."
Picture 3:
This one probably for the magical nature of the photo itself. It looks less like a photo and more like a painting of that magical hour of the day when the light makes everything look so sublime around you.Babar says, "This one probably for the magical nature of the photo itself. It looks less like a photo and more like a painting of that magical hour of the day when the light makes everything look so sublime around you."
All photos courtesy Shanu Babar and The Window Seat Project
The Window Seat Project is on Instagram and Facebook

  
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Oct 15 2016 (16:02)
mmsravan   121 blog posts   101 correct pred (66% accurate)
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I think some of our members will like this facebook page
  
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Coach AugmentationsSR/Southern  -  
Sep 21 2016 (08:57)   Rockfort Express to have LHB rakes from Sept 26
 

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 1997687   News Entry# 280747         Tags   Past Edits
As per a decision by the Indian Railways to replace conventional air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned Integral Coach Factory (ICF) made coaches with the LHB coaches gradually on all trains, Southern Railway Trichy - Chennai - Trichy Rockfort express have been allotted such type of rakes.
According to a statement from the Trichy railway division, new LHB (Linke Hofmann Busch) coaches have been allotted for Trichy - Chennai Egmore - Trichy Rockfort Express trains. Consequently, the two rakes of train no. 16178/16177 Rockfort Express will be converted into LHB stock on September 26 and 27, 2016. The composition of the new rakes will be revised as first class AC - 1, AC 2-tier - 3, AC 3-tier - 4, sleeper class - 10 and
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general second class - 2 coaches.
LHB coaches are made of stainless steel and aluminium making them lighter as compared to conventional rakes. The modular interiors integrate lighting into ceiling and luggage racks with wider windows. The improved suspension system of LHB coaches ensures more comfort for passengers compared to conventional rakes.

  
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Sep 21 2016 (08:58)
mmsravan   121 blog posts   101 correct pred (66% accurate)
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wonderful news

  
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Sep 21 2016 (09:52)
Suvidha Provided a Side Lower fr Me☺😊😀😆~   1319 blog posts   6 correct pred (46% accurate)
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Instead of Rock Fort they can give to nellai
  
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ksaravind37~   135 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
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Guys Here's a thought . Every day I observe that most of the night trains from southern districts in TN to Egmore are arriving late ( around 50 mins late ) at TBM .
And 90% of the time it is due to the late running of Rockfort Express . The trains before RF are coming within 20 minute delay .
Should Railways consider a TT change such that Rockfort departs from TPJ after Pandiyan . Rockfort has many intermediate stops where as Pandiyan has only 4 stops from TPJ
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. Instead of following RF all the way from Trichy , the TT of Pandiyan can slightly be advanced and that of Rockfort can slghtly be retarded .
By this all trains can arrive at TBM within a 10 minute delay . What are your thoughts ??

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Sep 19 2016 (16:03)
mmsravan   121 blog posts   101 correct pred (66% accurate)
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This is a wrong notion. I know rockfort always reaches egmore before time. But all the trains reach tambaram late coz they have ridiculous amount of slack between TBM and MS. I dnt think rockfort is a reason for that. This is my personal opinion. But i think pandiyan may be allowed to overtake as rockfort passengers wont mind to be able to sleep a few minutes extra.

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Sep 19 2016 (19:11)
ksaravind37~   135 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
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Now that Pandiyan has been alloted LHB and have been a premium train of SR , they can consider this .

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Sep 07 2016 (20:39)   Indian Railways Goes for Surge Pricing, Premium Train Tickets to Turn Costlier
 

mmsravan   39 news posts
Entry# 1984171   News Entry# 279334         Tags   Past Edits
Taking a leaf from the world of Ola and Uber, the Indian Railways is rolling out the surge-pricing model that could kick up a political storm in the coming days, starting September 9.
Rail fares are set to rise across the Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi trains where Railways is introducing this system which will increase the ticket tariffs by upto 10% on the base price with every 10% of tickets sold.
That could mean rising train fares during peak holiday and festive seasons although surge pricing will as of now be limited only
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to these three trains mostly preferred by middle-class passengers.
Other supplementary charges like reservation charges, Superfast charge, Catering charges, Service tax etc will be levied separately says a Railways release.
Vacant berths left at the time of charting would be offered for current booking. Tickets under current booking shall be sold at the last price sold for that class and other supplementary charges like reservation fee, superfast charges, catering charges, service tax etc., as applicable shall be levied in full.
The information should also be displayed to the passenger during the booking in case the fare of lower class becomes higher than the higher class to exercise option to travel by the higher class.
EXHIBIT ON HOW FLEXI-FARE WILL WORK FOR DELHI MUMBAI AUGUST KRANTI RAJDHANI FOR AC-II BASE FARE: Rs. 2369 OTHER CHARGES: 501 (Reservation, Service & Catering charges
- First 10% tickets: 2369 + 501= 2870 (Same as now)
- Next 10%: 2369 + 237 (10%) + 501 = 3107
- Next 10%: 2606 + 261 (10%) + 501 = 3368
- Next 10%: 2867 + 287 (10%) + 501 = 3655
- Next 10%: 3154 + 315 (10%) + 501 = 3970
The last price for every class of tickets for the particular train should be printed in the reservation chart for the purpose of charging of difference of fare in the train or charging the passengers of the train without ticket etc.
Railways officials maintain that the present limit of berths set aside for Tatkal quota in these trains shall be operated as per the existing guidelines.
However, no additional charges as "Tatkal charges" will be levied. The berths assigned under the Tatkal quota shall be booked at the rate of 1.5 times of the base fare for all classes (2S, SL, 2A, 3A and CC) except 1AC and EC.
Other supplementary charges like reservation fee, superfast charges, catering charges, service tax etc., as applicable shall be levied in full.

  
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mmsravan   121 blog posts   101 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Another revenue mopping exercise
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