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Today (06:33)   12402/Magadh Express (PT)

Sharib~   1572 blog posts   21 correct pred (77% accurate)
Entry# 2178430            Tags   Past Edits
seems Shramshkti ki shkti in magadh.......yes magadh oted vaishali express again in btw etawah-cnb
12402 arrived cnb 3:35 departed 3:40
12554 arrived cnb 4:04 departed 4:11
  
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Feb 23 2017 (09:14)   12560/Shiv Ganga Express

Sharib~   1572 blog posts   21 correct pred (77% accurate)
Entry# 2175144            Tags   Past Edits
Yh kya ho rha h :(

  
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curios   1 blog posts
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It seems this is not the first time click here

  
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Sharib~   1572 blog posts   21 correct pred (77% accurate)
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Thnks for sharing the link..
  
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Today (03:37)   12324/Anand Vihar (T) - Howrah SF Express

Jishnu Banerjee   0 blog posts
Entry# 2178421            Tags   Past Edits
Avoid 12324 ANT HWH SF Express at all costs in Winters. The 22 hour journey to 52 hours to complete on Dec 4 2016. That includes 12 hours wait at ANVT Station. Even in summers this train is not at all punctual.

  
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©®™१२४३९ राँची राजधानी एक्सप्रेस १२४४० ™®©^~   2113 blog posts   19691 correct pred (75% accurate)
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You can attribute the courtesy to the great Northern Central Railway

  
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হর হর মহাদেব ।~   731 blog posts
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The great NCR controlling.
  
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Today (04:18)   12049/Gatimaan Express | NDLS/New Delhi (16 PFs)

©®™१२४३९ राँची राजधानी एक्सप्रेस १२४४० ™®©^~   2113 blog posts   19691 correct pred (75% accurate)
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#TrainBoardSpecial Blog. Clicked at NDLS
DOP - 24th and 25th Dec, 2016
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Today (03:12)   12953/August Kranti Rajdhani Express (PT) | BCT/Mumbai Central (5 PFs)

Dipanshu   1294 blog posts   81 correct pred (65% accurate)
Entry# 2178419            Tags   Past Edits
Wish to experience the lavish journey onboard 1A in Rajdhani (mumbai to Delhi). But arrival/departure timings and source / Destination (Andheri & NZM) of August Kranti suit me more than Mumbai Rajdhani (king). Will I get the same top notch journey n food etc. On board Deputy King too?
  
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Feb 22 2017 (19:06)   18244/Bhagat Ki Kothi (Jodhpur) - Bilaspur Express | DPA/Durgapura (2 PFs)

Abhishek Rawat   12 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Entry# 2174515            Tags   Past Edits
18244/18246 bhagat ki kothi/Bikaner- bilaspur express with LHB coaches early morning departure from platform no 1 towards kota jn from durgapua jaipur.

  
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Feb 23 2017 (07:06)
12952 नई दिल्ली मुंबई राजधानी ➡द किंग~   6110 blog posts   326 correct pred (76% accurate)
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Bhai aap bhi jai0ur ho kya. Meet 3 RF in JP.

  
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Abhishek Rawat   12 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
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bhai family jaipur me settle hai hometown vaise lucknow hai.
  
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Krrish083   46 blog posts   24 correct pred (67% accurate)
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BENGALURU: For the past two weeks, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has had a piece of paper on his desk, waiting for a signature that could lead to people being able to travel from Chennai to Bengaluru in 30 minutes — for a fraction of the cost of an airplane ticket.
The paper is a Letter of Intent (LoI) from Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT), a US startup which is hoping to revolutionise travel. The Hyperloop — high-speed travel in pods inside a partial-vacuum tube — is the brainchild of Tesla founder Elon Musk, who opensourced the basic design in 2013 in the form of a white paper.
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in his (Gadkari’s) hand to sign. There is no pressure but he said publicly that he wants to give us the land. We are very happy to address a country like India that has the right amount of density, lack of infrastructure and the willingness for innovation,” Bibop Gresta, chairman of HTT, told ET.
Gresta said he found the Indian government very interested. “If they put their money where their mouth is then we could see very quickly a Hyperloop in this country.” The company has already signed deals to build a Hyperloop between Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
The Indian government has been focussed on improving the infrastructure in the country. PM Narendra Modi, in particular, has talked about bringing bullet trains to India.
The first bullet train is expected to run between Mumbai and Ahmedabad and is expected to be built by 2023 at a cost of about $12 billion. But Gresta thinks bullet trains pale in comparison to the Hyperloop system.
“I think it (bullet trains) would be a big mistake for India. India has the potential to really embrace new technologies. Put $1 billion in Hyperloop. And you have a faster, more efficient way to transport people,” Gresta said.
He added that once the LoI was signed it was technically feasible to have the Hyperloop up and running in as little as 38 months, assuming all clearances and land use rights were easy to get.
HTT uses a crowd-collaboration approach by roping in about 800 engineers and companies who are working for stock options. There are about 25 people from India working on the technology, Gresta said.
The company has raised $30 million in cash and an additional $70 million of land rights and services. About 15 large companies including vacuum tube pioneers Leybold and engineering company AECOM are working with HTT. Two Indian engineering companies are also working with HTT, said Gresta, even though he declined to name them.
POWERED BY RENEWABLE ENERGY
“The Hyperloop will run on renewable energy. There will be solar panels on the top of the tube, wind turbines in the pylons. We will generate more energy than we need. It would be like having a power plant that also transports people. That and advertising means you can run a profitable business,” Gresta said.
Gresta added that some slots on the transport system could even be given free to people.
Industry watchers though are cautious. “It all boils down to cost economics of the situation. Prima facie, it seems like this Hyperloop will be more expensive per customer basis as compared to the bullet train project in India,” said Vinayak Chatterjee, chairman, Feedback Infra.
HTT says it will rely heavily on renewable and kinetic energy and keep costs low by using medians for the pylons.
It estimates that a single tube could carry 1.44 lakh passengers daily at 40-second intervals. Over a distance of 500 km, it is aiming for ticket price under $30, or Rs 200.
  
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Krrish083   46 blog posts   24 correct pred (67% accurate)
Entry# 2178403            Tags   Past Edits
Hyperloop Coming To India? Here Is Everything You Need To Know
Jibu EliasJan 18, 2017, 05.17 PM IST
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In last few days a proposed hyperloop route from Chennai to Bangalore has been the major talking point in tech circles. Hyperloop is a new concept of transportation that can take propel people in travel pods up to a speed of 1,200 kmph. In a
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country where long distance travel is a nightmare, especially due to our inefficient rail network and pricey airfares, is hyperloop the change we all have been waiting for? Here is everything you need to know about hyperloop and its proposed entry into India.
What is Hyperloop?
'Hyperloop is a proposed mode of passenger and transportation that propels a pod-like a vehicle through a near-vacuum tube at more than airline speed'. Although the concept of high-speed travel in tubes has been around for decades, it was Elon Musk in 2012 reintroduced this concept using updated technologies, incorporating reduced-pressure tubes in which pressurized capsule ride on an air cushion driven by linear induction motors and air compressors.
A firm called Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has approached the Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent, reports Times of India . According to the report the routes being considered, including Chennai to Bangalore, were meant to run bullet trains and Japanese and Chinese teams are already conducting studies with regard to it. Do keep in mind that entrepreneur Elon Musk is not involved with this firm anyway.
If the project happens, then one could travel from Chennai to Bangalore in 30 minutes. The first hyperloop line in the world is expected to come up between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which will cut down the travel times from 90 minutes to 12 minutes.
However, in order to implement the technology in a country like India, there are a lot of challenges to be faced. For example, hyperloop requires series tubes connected in straight line. Acquiring land and building the infrastructure required will be extremely challenging. Additionally the high cost of construction, running will lead to higher ticket prices or a government subsidy to the project- which won't be financially sustainable.
  
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Krrish083   46 blog posts   24 correct pred (67% accurate)
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Hyperloop Coming To India? Here Is Everything You Need To Know
Jibu EliasJan 18, 2017, 05.17 PM IST
FacebookTwitterGoogle+RedditLinkedin
In last few days a proposed hyperloop route from Chennai to Bangalore has been the major talking point in tech circles. Hyperloop is a new concept of transportation that can take propel people in travel pods up to a speed of 1,200 kmph. In a
...
more...
country where long distance travel is a nightmare, especially due to our inefficient rail network and pricey airfares, is hyperloop the change we all have been waiting for? Here is everything you need to know about hyperloop and its proposed entry into India.
What is Hyperloop?
'Hyperloop is a proposed mode of passenger and transportation that propels a pod-like a vehicle through a near-vacuum tube at more than airline speed'. Although the concept of high-speed travel in tubes has been around for decades, it was Elon Musk in 2012 reintroduced this concept using updated technologies, incorporating reduced-pressure tubes in which pressurized capsule ride on an air cushion driven by linear induction motors and air compressors.
A firm called Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has approached the Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent, reports Times of India . According to the report the routes being considered, including Chennai to Bangalore, were meant to run bullet trains and Japanese and Chinese teams are already conducting studies with regard to it. Do keep in mind that entrepreneur Elon Musk is not involved with this firm anyway.
If the project happens, then one could travel from Chennai to Bangalore in 30 minutes. The first hyperloop line in the world is expected to come up between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which will cut down the travel times from 90 minutes to 12 minutes.
However, in order to implement the technology in a country like India, there are a lot of challenges to be faced. For example, hyperloop requires series tubes connected in straight line. Acquiring land and building the infrastructure required will be extremely challenging. Additionally the high cost of construction, running will lead to higher ticket prices or a government subsidy to the project- which won't be financially sustainable.
  
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Krrish083   46 blog posts   24 correct pred (67% accurate)
Entry# 2178401            Tags   Past Edits
Hyperloop Coming To India? Here Is Everything You Need To Know
In last few days a proposed hyperloop route from Chennai to Bangalore has been the major talking point in tech circles. Hyperloop is a new concept of transportation that can take propel people in travel pods up to a speed of 1,200 kmph. In a country where long distance travel is a nightmare, especially due to our inefficient rail network and pricey airfares, is hyperloop the change we all have been waiting for? Here is everything you need to know about hyperloop and its proposed entry into India.
What
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more...
is Hyperloop?
'Hyperloop is a proposed mode of passenger and transportation that propels a pod-like a vehicle through a near-vacuum tube at more than airline speed'. Although the concept of high-speed travel in tubes has been around for decades, it was Elon Musk in 2012 reintroduced this concept using updated technologies, incorporating reduced-pressure tubes in which pressurized capsule ride on an air cushion driven by linear induction motors and air compressors.
A firm called Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has approached the Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent, reports Times of India . According to the report the routes being considered, including Chennai to Bangalore, were meant to run bullet trains and Japanese and Chinese teams are already conducting studies with regard to it. Do keep in mind that entrepreneur Elon Musk is not involved with this firm anyway.
If the project happens, then one could travel from Chennai to Bangalore in 30 minutes. The first hyperloop line in the world is expected to come up between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which will cut down the travel times from 90 minutes to 12 minutes.
However, in order to implement the technology in a country like India, there are a lot of challenges to be faced. For example, hyperloop requires series tubes connected in straight line. Acquiring land and building the infrastructure required will be extremely challenging. Additionally the high cost of construction, running will lead to higher ticket prices or a government subsidy to the project- which won't be financially sustainable.
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