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Make in India and Brand in India**  
IT platform of Indian Railways

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WAG 9I     Added by: Make in India and Brand in India**    Yesterday (5:51PM)
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I produced the following by citing Source in detail just to explain the Most Popular, Secured and scalable IT Platform of Indian Railway adopted by CRIS . For details visit "www.cris.org".
Let's have a look at the technology of Major IR Projects of CENTRE FOR RAILWAY INFORMATION SYSTEMS(An Organisation Under Ministry of Railways)
Source: click here
Then click on the "About Projects" Button. You can see the "Technology" of each of the main Seven(7) Projects as discussed below:
1 Technology for Unreserved Ticketing System: The application has been developed with a two layered architecture in C++. The database requirements are met through a Sybase product, ASE-CE. A Java version of
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the application is used in the ATVMs(Automated Ticket Vending Mechines now found in Major Railway Stations in all over India) to provide additional features in the user interface. The kiosks have a touch screen based user interface, a smart card reader, a thin client and a thermal printer.
Currently, the hardware is deployed across 06 data centres, including one data centre for Disaster Recovery. To cater to the expansion of the user base for this application, the setup was revamped recently and migrated to a high-end Virtualized setup. This is the first time that Virtualization has been implemented for an application of Indian Railways. The backend setup has a provision to support Business Continuity ensuring nearly 100% uptime for the application. Besides this, at the client end, the so called ‘Smart Clients’ have been deployed which are basically thin clients with a footprint of Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) and application image. These ensure continuous business operations in the event of network / backend outage for 3 days for thin clients and 1 day for ATVMs. The application rides on the Unified Ticketing Network (UTN) for the Passenger Reservation System and Unreserved Ticketing System.
The printing device is a customized Dot Matrix Printer. However, in case of ATVMs, Thermal Printers are being used. CRIS works as the coordinating agency for procurement of peripheral equipment for the Zonal Railways. For details on current procurements, please go to our section on Tender Notices.
2 Technology for Control Office Application(COA): The application has been developed with a 3 layered architecture comprising of client, application servers and database servers. The operating system is Windows Server 2003, 64 Bit for servers and Win XP for clients. Data base is Oracle 10g 64 bit. GUI is based on ASP. Net, C# Win Forms and middleware is Dot Net Framework with IISTEAM.
3 Technology of Frieght Operation Information System(FOIS): The application has been developed in house with a 3-tier architecture using Visual Basic 6.0 (EE), Oracle Tuxedo 10 (Middleware) and Oracle 10g as Database. Reports are available on J2EE platform accessible both on FOIS network and over the web at www.fois.indianrail.gov.in. FOIS is integrated with other operations modules of CRIS using an Enterprise Application Integration software and with banks and customer legacy system through SOA using web services. Oracle grid including Oracle Weblogic, Oracle Tuxedo and Oracle DB are used for the same.
4 Technology for Integrated Coaching Management System(ICMS): The operations (COIS) and punctuality (PAM) modules have been developed in-house on the Java EE 6 platform and hosted on IBM WebSphere Application Server. The maintenance module leverages the capabilities of IBM Maximo Asset Management software.
5 Technology for National Train Enquiry System: The core NTES application has been developed in Client/ Server Architecture using C language and Sybase ASE version. Application is running on IBM X-series server with Linux as operating system. The servers are in High Availability mode at each site. The train schedule/running data is available at 4 NTES sites (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata). Each site performs updates on the trains running status for its defined region through the data received from Control Office Applications (COA) using EAI tool TIBCO. The data is then replicated to all other sites from the local site using the Sybase replication server. Replication of data serves two purposes. Firstly, actual train running information is available to public through all the delivery channels and secondly the data is available from other sites in case of failures/ system down on a particular site. In addition to replication of data between the site wise databases of NTES application, the Sybase replication server replicates data from all four sites to centralized database of call center application hosted on ORACLE database.
The web interface of NTES www.trainenquiry.com being used most widely is written in Microsoft DOT net technology with IIS as application server and the database is Microsoft SQL server. The SQL server integration services (SSIS) is used for replicating data from Sybase to Microsoft SQL server.
6 Technology for Passenger Reservation System(PRS):
This architecture is based on the state of the art technology using 3-tier client-server distributed transaction processing paradigm. The system has distributed architecture with 5 server clusters placed in server centers in five cities: New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Secunderabad. The server clusters are connected together by a core network based on a mesh of 02×02 Mbps leased lines. It is an on-line client server application developed in ‘C’ on OVMS using RTR (Reliable Transaction Router) as middleware. It is currently hosted on state of art converged infrastructure (Itanium blade servers).
Server Blade servers having 64-Bit Itanium 9340 Processor
Operating System Open VMS 8.4
Database In-house CRIS proprietary
Middleware HP Reliable Transaction Router (RTR)
Frontend DEC Forms, C and FORTRAN as development tools
Communication Systems CISCO routers using 2Mbps DOT lines
Network Topology Mesh Topology
Network protocol TCPIP, DECNET
Hand Held Terminals for Ticket Checking
The application is developed in-house based on IBM Lotus Expeditor technology. The mobile technologies used are Lotus mobile connect version 6.1.1 for VPN, Lotus expeditor synch server (version 6.2) and DB2E on mobile devices. IBM Tivoli directory server LDAP (version 6.0) is being used for user authentication. The servers are Xeon (Dell power edge 2950) with OS - RHEL 4 update 4. The RDBMS is DB2 version 9.1.5 and Application server - IBM WAS 7.0.0.9.
7 Technology for Software Aided Train Scheduling: The SATSaNG application is being developed in house, using Microsoft technologies like Microsoft Visual Studio C# for development, Microsoft Expression Blend for designing Interfaces, WPF framework for Rich Graphical Interface and MVVM for design patterns. Oracle 11G provides the backbone for the centralized database. This application is being designed based on a three layered architecture. Terminal servers will be used to host application centrally. All the servers will reside in CRIS data centre in high availability mode.
Application IntegrationSouce:click here
Independently-running applications interchange data amongst themselves. COA (Control Office Application), which assists train controllers (despatchers) in planning and tracking the movement of trains across the network, shares its data with applications such as NTES (by which passengers can obtain a train's location and forecast movement). Train punctuality reports are generated through ICMS (Integrated Coaching Management System), which also receives data from COA.
From the aforesaid discussion you can have an idea what type of technology is adopted in Indian Railways by CRIS. It Uses C++,Linux, ASP.Net,Java everything for their each IR Project and no doubt it has been the most secure and dependable interface now for railways.
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Please share your views and opinions. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 23 2014 (4:52PM)}}}~@~~#~ For details visit "www~#~~@~~#~cris~#~~@~~#~org"~#~~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~I produced the following by citing Source in detail just to explain the Most Popular, Secured and scalable IT Platform of Indian Railway adopted by CRIS ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (4:01PM)}}}~@~I produced the following by citing Source in detail just to explain the ~!~Popular ~!~ Most ~#~Popular,~#~ Secured and scalable IT Platform of Indian Railway adopted by CRIS ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (4:00PM)}}}~@~~!~In ~!~ ~!~addition ~!~ ~!~to ~!~ ~!~my ~!~ ~!~entry ~!~ ~!~1251931 ~!~ I produced the following by citing Source in detail just to ~!~show~!~ ~#~explain~#~ ~!~all~!~ ~#~Popular~#~ ~#~Most~#~ ~#~Secured~#~ ~#~and~#~ ~#~scalable~#~ ~!~secure~!~ Platform of Indian Railway ~!~is~!~ ~#~adopted~#~ ~#~by~#~ ~#~CRIS~#~ ~@~ A Java version of the application is used in the ATVMs(Automated Ticket Vending ~!~Mechines)~!~ ~#~Mechines~#~ ~#~now~#~ ~#~found~#~ ~#~in~#~ ~#~Major~#~ ~#~Railway~#~ ~#~Stations~#~ ~#~in~#~ ~#~all~#~ ~#~over~#~ ~#~India)~#~ to provide additional features in the user interface ~@~~!~So,~!~ ~#~Attached~#~ ~!~if~!~ ~#~Pic:~#~ ~!~this~!~ ~!~site~!~ ~!~(i~!~ ~@~~!~e~!~ ~#~CRIS~#~ ~!~Indianrailinfo~!~ ~#~IMAGE(Taken~#~ ~#~from~#~ ~#~the~#~ ~#~Google~#~ ~#~Images)~#~ ~@~~!~com)has~!~ ~#~Please~#~ ~!~to~!~ ~#~share~#~ ~!~be~!~ ~#~your~#~ ~!~secure~!~ ~#~views~#~ ~!~by~!~ ~#~and~#~ ~!~providing~!~ ~#~opinions~#~ ~!~100%~!~ ~!~security~!~ ~!~to~!~ ~!~its~!~ ~!~members~!~ ~!~it~!~ ~!~also~!~ ~!~has~!~ ~!~to~!~ ~!~adopt~!~ ~!~such~!~ ~!~technology~!~ ~!~as~!~ ~!~enumerated~!~ ~!~above~!~ ~@~~!~SAP~!~ ~!~Platform~!~ ~!~is~!~ ~!~the~!~ ~!~"Perfect~!~ ~!~Blend"~!~ ~!~of~!~ ~!~all~!~ ~!~the~!~ ~!~Technologies~!~ ~!~as~!~ ~!~adopted~!~ ~!~by~!~ ~!~CRIS~!~ ~@~~!~Opinions~!~ ~!~are~!~ ~!~welcome!!!!~!~ ~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (3:46PM)}}}~@~Application ~!~Integration~!~ ~#~IntegrationSouce:~#~ ~@~Opinions are welcome!!!! ~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (3:45PM)}}}~@~Application ~!~Integration[Souce:~!~ ~#~Integration~#~ ~@~e ~!~Indianrail~!~ ~#~Indianrailinfo~#~ ~@~~!~gov~!~ ~#~com)has~#~ ~#~to~#~ ~#~be~#~ ~#~secure~#~ ~#~by~#~ ~#~providing~#~ ~#~100%~#~ ~#~security~#~ ~#~to~#~ ~#~its~#~ ~#~members~#~ ~#~it~#~ ~#~also~#~ ~#~has~#~ ~#~to~#~ ~#~adopt~#~ ~#~such~#~ ~#~technology~#~ ~#~as~#~ ~#~enumerated~#~ ~#~above~#~ ~@~~!~in)has~!~ ~!~to~!~ ~!~be~!~ ~!~secure~!~ ~!~by~!~ ~!~providing~!~ ~!~100%~!~ ~!~security~!~ ~!~to~!~ ~!~its~!~ ~!~members~!~ ~!~it~!~ ~!~also~!~ ~!~has~!~ ~!~to~!~ ~!~adopt~!~ ~!~such~!~ ~!~technology~!~ ~!~as~!~ ~!~enumerated~!~ ~!~above~!~ ~@~
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Entry# 1807     
goyalwc**  
Pilgrimage Centers in India

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Official Websites of Indian Pilgrimage Centers as compiled by our admins Shri KS Gopal, Shiv Kumar Mishra, Soumitra Chowathe, Mahesh Sundram and other members:
Ahobilam,AP(Ahobila Narasimha): click here
Ayodhya Temple: click here
Chaar Dham: click here
Chamundeswari Temple,Mysore: click here
Chennai Mylapore Kapaleeshwara Temple: click here
Comprehensive list of Temples (not official) in and around Kumbakonam, including the Navagraha, Saivite, Vaishnavite (Divya Desas) click here
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Golden Temple,Amritsar: click here
Guruvayoor Krishnan Temple: click here
Kashi Vishwanath Temple,Varanasi: click here
Kollur Mookambika Temple: click here
Kukke Subrahmanya: click here
Maa Vaishnodevi: click here
Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple: click here
Mathura-Vrindavan: click here
Palani Muruga/Kartikeya Temple: click here
Puri Jagannath: click here
Rameshwaram Ramanathaswamy Temple: click here
Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple: click here
Shirdi Saibaba:click here
Shri Amarnath Yatra : click here
Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala: click here
Shri. Raghavendra Swamy Temple: click here
Sri Ranganathaswamy temple,Srirangapattana: click here
Srirangam Shri Ranganatha Swamy Temple: click here
Tiruchendur Muruga Temple: click here
Tiruchendur Murugan: click here
Tirumala: click here
Tirunallar Sri Saneeswara temple: click here
Tiruvannamalai Shri. Arunachaleshwara Temple: click here
TVC Shri Padmanabha Swamy Temple: click here
Udupi Shri Krishna Temple: click here
Jay SomNath: click here
Amba Ji (Gujarat) : click here
Maa Vindhyavasini Vindhyachal, U.P. : click here
Can be accessed by interested persons for information reg facilities,booking of accomodation/Sevas ,contact details etc.
Thanks to all for the info. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 24 2014 (10:49AM)}}}~@~Official Websites of Indian Pilgrimage Centers as compiled by our admins Shri KS Gopal, ~#~Shiv~#~ ~#~Kumar~#~ ~#~Mishra,~#~ Soumitra Chowathe, Mahesh Sundram and other members: ~@~~#~Jay SomNath: ~#~~@~~#~Amba Ji (Gujarat) : ~#~~@~~#~Maa Vindhyavasini Vindhyachal, U~#~~@~~#~P~#~~@~~#~ : ~#~~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (5:28PM)}}}~@~Official Websites of Indian Pilgrimage Centers as compiled by our admins Shri KS Gopal, Soumitra ~!~Chowathe~!~ ~#~Chowathe,~#~ ~#~Mahesh~#~ ~#~Sundram~#~ and other members: ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (5:07PM)}}}~@~Official Websites of Indian Pilgrimage Centers as compiled by our ~!~admin~!~ ~#~admins~#~ Shri KS ~!~Gopal~!~ ~#~Gopal,~#~ ~#~Soumitra~#~ ~#~Chowathe~#~ and other members: ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (5:05PM)}}}~@~Official Websites of Indian Pilgrimage Centers as compiled by our ~!~senior-most ~!~ admin Shri KS Gopal ~!~sir:~!~ ~#~and~#~ ~#~other~#~ ~#~members:~#~ ~@~~!~Tirumala:~!~ ~#~Ahobilam,AP(Ahobila~#~ ~#~Narasimha):~#~ ~@~~!~Maa~!~ ~!~Vaishnodevi:~!~ ~#~Ayodhya~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~~!~Amarnath~!~ ~!~Yatra~!~ ~#~Chaar~#~ ~!~:~!~ ~#~Dham:~#~ ~@~~!~However~!~ ~!~the~!~ ~#~Chamundeswari~#~ ~!~Official~!~ ~#~Temple,Mysore:~#~ ~!~website~!~ ~!~of~!~ ~!~Shri~!~ ~!~Amarnath~!~ ~!~Ji~!~ ~!~is~!~ ~!~:~!~ ~!~(info~!~ ~!~provided~!~ ~!~by~!~ ~!~our~!~ ~!~admin~!~ ~!~Shri~!~ ~!~Soumitra~!~ ~!~Chawathe~!~ ~!~ji)~!~ ~@~~!~Chaar~!~ ~!~Dham:~!~ ~#~Chennai~#~ ~#~Mylapore~#~ ~#~Kapaleeshwara~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~~!~Guruvayoor~!~ ~!~Krishnan~!~ ~#~Comprehensive~#~ ~!~Temple:~!~ ~#~list~#~ ~#~of~#~ ~#~Temples~#~ ~#~(not~#~ ~#~official)~#~ ~#~in~#~ ~#~and~#~ ~#~around~#~ ~#~Kumbakonam,~#~ ~#~including~#~ ~#~the~#~ ~#~Navagraha,~#~ ~#~Saivite,~#~ ~#~Vaishnavite~#~ ~#~(Divya~#~ ~#~Desas)~#~ ~@~~!~Shirdi~!~ ~!~Saibaba:~!~ ~#~Dwarkadhish~#~ ~#~Temple,Dwarka:~#~ ~@~~!~official~!~ ~!~site~!~ ~#~Golden~#~ ~!~of~!~ ~#~Temple,Amritsar:~#~ ~!~Sabarimala~!~ ~!~temple:~!~ ~!~(input~!~ ~!~by~!~ ~!~Sri~!~ ~!~RBK~!~ ~!~[/blog/post/1254261/5)|~!~ ~@~~!~official~!~ ~!~website~!~ ~#~Guruvayoor~#~ ~!~of~!~ ~#~Krishnan~#~ ~!~jagannath~!~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~!~puri~!~ ~!~orissa:~!~ ~@~~!~official~!~ ~!~website~!~ ~#~Kashi~#~ ~!~of~!~ ~#~Vishwanath~#~ ~!~Ramanatha~!~ ~#~Temple,Varanasi:~#~ ~!~Swami~!~ ~!~Temple~!~ ~!~of~!~ ~!~rameshwaram~!~ ~!~tamilnadu:~!~ ~@~~!~(input~!~ ~!~by~!~ ~#~Kollur~#~ ~!~Sri~!~ ~#~Mookambika~#~ ~!~Ranjitg370~!~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Kukke~#~ ~#~Subrahmanya:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Maa~#~ ~#~Vaishnodevi:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Madurai~#~ ~#~Meenakshi~#~ ~#~Amman~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Mathura-Vrindavan:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Palani~#~ ~#~Muruga/Kartikeya~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Puri~#~ ~#~Jagannath:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Rameshwaram~#~ ~#~Ramanathaswamy~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Sabarimala~#~ ~#~Ayyappa~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Shirdi~#~ ~#~Saibaba:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~#~Amarnath~#~ ~#~Yatra~#~ ~#~:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~#~Kshetra~#~ ~#~Dharmasthala:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~@~ ~#~Raghavendra~#~ ~#~Swamy~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Sri~#~ ~#~Ranganathaswamy~#~ ~#~temple,Srirangapattana:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Srirangam~#~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~#~Ranganatha~#~ ~#~Swamy~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Tiruchendur~#~ ~#~Muruga~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Tiruchendur~#~ ~#~Murugan:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Tirumala:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Tirunallar~#~ ~#~Sri~#~ ~#~Saneeswara~#~ ~#~temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Tiruvannamalai~#~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~@~ ~#~Arunachaleshwara~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~TVC~#~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~#~Padmanabha~#~ ~#~Swamy~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~ ~#~Udupi~#~ ~#~Shri~#~ ~#~Krishna~#~ ~#~Temple:~#~ ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (10:56AM)}}}~@~official site of Sabarimala temple: (input by Sri RBK ~#~[/blog/post/1254261/5)|~#~ ~@~ ~#~official~#~ ~#~website~#~ ~#~of~#~ ~#~jagannath~#~ ~#~puri~#~ ~#~orissa:~#~ ~@~ ~#~official~#~ ~#~website~#~ ~#~of~#~ ~#~Ramanatha~#~ ~#~Swami~#~ ~#~Temple~#~ ~#~of~#~ ~#~rameshwaram~#~ ~#~tamilnadu:~#~ ~@~ ~#~(input~#~ ~#~by~#~ ~#~Sri~#~ ~#~Ranjitg370~#~ ~@~Thanks to ~!~Shri~!~ ~#~all~#~ ~!~Gopal~!~ ~!~sir~!~ info ~@~ ~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (10:49AM)}}}~@~~#~official site of Sabarimala temple: (input by Sri RBK ~#~~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (9:45AM)}}}~@~~!~An~!~ ~#~Official~#~ ~!~important~!~ ~#~Websites~#~ ~!~info~!~ ~#~of~#~ ~!~collected~!~ ~#~Indian~#~ ~#~Pilgrimage~#~ ~#~Centers~#~ ~#~as~#~ ~#~compiled~#~ by our senior-most admin Shri ~!~K~!~ ~#~KS~#~ ~!~S~!~ ~#~Gopal~#~ ~!~GOPAL~!~ ~#~sir:~#~ ~@~~!~Official~!~ ~!~Websites~!~ ~!~of~!~ ~!~Indian~!~ ~!~Pilgrimage~!~ ~!~Centres:~!~ ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 23 2014 (9:43AM)}}}~@~~#~However the Official website of Shri Amarnath Ji is : (info provided by our admin Shri Soumitra Chawathe ji)~#~~@~
Oct 15 (9:06AM)

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Entry# 1805     
Minti*^  
Delhi inter terminal connectivity

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rfZ**     Added by: Minti*^    Oct 15 (9:06AM)
How to go from one terminal of the national capital to another?
ANVT to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
DEE to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
DLI to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
NDLS to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
NZM to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority. Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Anand Vihar/ANVR added by
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rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Anand Vihar Terminal/ANVT added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin/NZM added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: New Delhi/NDLS added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Sarai Rohilla/DEE added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:26PM)}}}~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:25PM)}}}~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:25PM)}}}~@~~!~NDLS to DLI to NDLS (exit through Ajmeri gate side of NDLS)~!~~@~~!~1) Delhi Metro~!~~@~~!~ Yellow line~!~~@~~!~ No changeovers~!~~@~~!~ Fare: Rs~!~~@~~!~ 8~!~~@~~!~ Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning~!~~@~~!~2) Auto: Legal fare: 40~!~~@~~!~ (night 50)~!~~@~~!~ Plenty available but the traveller will have to bargain~!~~@~~!~ Distance: 3~!~~@~~!~5km~!~~@~~!~3) EMUs~!~~@~~!~ Not dependable~!~~@~~!~ Less frequent~!~~@~~!~ Fare: Rs-05~!~~@~~!~ Taking tickets through long queues is a problem~!~~@~~!~4) DTC Buses: Not recommended~!~~@~~!~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:20PM)}}}~@~~!~Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority~!~~@~~!~ Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome~!~~@~~#~Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority~#~~@~~#~ Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome~#~~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:20PM)}}}~@~~#~ANVT to: ANVT || || || || ~#~~@~~#~DEE to: || DEE || || || ~#~~@~~#~DLI to: || || DLI || || ~#~~@~~#~NDLS to: || || || NDLS || ~#~~@~~#~NZM to: || || || || NZM ~#~~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (1:59AM)}}}~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Dec 23 2013 (5:29PM)}}}~@~~#~(Image courtesy: Google maps)~#~~@~
Dec 23 2013 (5:47PM)

Train Connections/Directions

Entry# 1740     
rfZ**  
How to go from one terminal of Delhi to another?

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Blog Post# 943690-0     
rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Dec 23 2013 (5:47PM)
How to go from one terminal of the national capital to another?
ANVT to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
DEE to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
DLI to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
NDLS to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
NZM to: ANVT || DEE || DLI || NDLS || NZM
Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority. Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Anand Vihar/ANVR added by
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rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Anand Vihar Terminal/ANVT added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin/NZM added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: New Delhi/NDLS added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:50PM)}}}~@~Station Tag: Delhi Sarai Rohilla/DEE added by rfZ**/367496~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:26PM)}}}~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:25PM)}}}~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:25PM)}}}~@~~!~NDLS to DLI to NDLS (exit through Ajmeri gate side of NDLS)~!~~@~~!~1) Delhi Metro~!~~@~~!~ Yellow line~!~~@~~!~ No changeovers~!~~@~~!~ Fare: Rs~!~~@~~!~ 8~!~~@~~!~ Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning~!~~@~~!~2) Auto: Legal fare: 40~!~~@~~!~ (night 50)~!~~@~~!~ Plenty available but the traveller will have to bargain~!~~@~~!~ Distance: 3~!~~@~~!~5km~!~~@~~!~3) EMUs~!~~@~~!~ Not dependable~!~~@~~!~ Less frequent~!~~@~~!~ Fare: Rs-05~!~~@~~!~ Taking tickets through long queues is a problem~!~~@~~!~4) DTC Buses: Not recommended~!~~@~~!~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~!~~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:20PM)}}}~@~~!~Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority~!~~@~~!~ Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome~!~~@~~#~Options are arranged in decreasing order of priority~#~~@~~#~ Additions/subtractions/suggestions welcome~#~~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (4:20PM)}}}~@~~#~ANVT to: ANVT || || || || ~#~~@~~#~DEE to: || DEE || || || ~#~~@~~#~DLI to: || || DLI || || ~#~~@~~#~NDLS to: || || || NDLS || ~#~~@~~#~NZM to: || || || || NZM ~#~~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Oct 15 2014 (1:59AM)}}}~@~(Image courtesy: Google maps) ~@~~@~{{{Dec 23 2013 (5:29PM)}}}~@~~#~(Image courtesy: Google maps)~#~~@~

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rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Dec 23 2013 (5:48PM)
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NDLS to ANVT to NDLS
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1) Delhi Metro. Yellow line plus Blue Line. Changeover at Rajiv Chawk, Fare: Rs 18/-. Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning. (Make sure you board the metro towards Vaishali and NOT toards Noida. Its confusing because both depart in same direction from same platform one after the other). Time: 30-45mins. Exit through Ajmeri gate side of NDLS,
2) EMU. Fast and frequent. Come second to metro only because of the difficulty in buying tickets. Fare: Rs: 05. Time 15-30 mins.
3) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 120 (Night Rs. 150). 13kms. 30-45-60 mins depending on traffic. Exit through Ajmeri gate side
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4) DTC Buses: Not recommended.
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rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Dec 23 2013 (5:48PM)
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NDLS/DLI to DEE to NDLS/DLI
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1) Delhi Metro. Yellow line plus Red line Line. Changeover at Kashmere gate. Alight at Shastri Nagar. Fare: Rs 15/- from New Delhi and Rs 12/- from Chandni Chawk (for Old Delhi). Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning. Time: 20-30mins. Exit through Ajmeri gate side of NDLS or Chandni Chawk side of DLI. After exiting from Shastri Nagar Metro station you'll get many cycle rickshaws that'll drop you to DEE an Rs. 10 per person.
2) Auto: Fare: Rs 70-80. Time: 20-30 mins. 5.5 kms. Exit through Paharganj in NDLS or Kashmere Gate side in DLI.
3) DTC:
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Bus 181 from Paharganj side, 954 from Ajmeri Gate side. Bus 929/937A/924 from DLI.
4) EMU/Local: Not Recommended.
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(Image courtesy: Google Maps) f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 15 2014 (1:59AM)}}}~@~ After ~!~exitting~!~ ~#~exiting~#~ from Shastri Nagar Metro station you'll get many cycle rickshaws that'll drop you to DEE an Rs ~@~(Image courtesy: Google Maps) ~@~~@~{{{Dec 23 2013 (6:01PM)}}}~@~3) DTC: Bus ~#~181~#~ ~#~from~#~ ~#~Paharganj~#~ ~#~side,~#~ 954 ~!~frm~!~ ~#~from~#~ ~!~NDLS~!~ Gate side ~@~(Image courtesy: Google Maps) ~@~~@~{{{Dec 23 2013 (5:52PM)}}}~@~~#~ After exitting from Shastri Nagar Metro station you'll get many cycle rickshaws that'll drop you to DEE an Rs~#~~@~~#~ 10 per person~#~~@~~#~(Image courtesy: Google Maps)~#~~@~

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Jan 03 2014 (5:04PM)
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rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Jan 03 2014 (5:05PM)
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DLI to ANVT to DLI
1) Delhi Metro. Yellow line plus Blue Line. Changeover at Rajiv Chawk, Fare: Rs 18/-. Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning. (Make sure you board the metro towards Vaishali and NOT toards Noida. Its confusing because both depart in same direction from same platform one after the other). Time: 30-45mins. Exit through Chandni Chawk gate side of DLI.
2) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 140 (Night Rs. 170). 13kms. 30-45-60 mins depending on traffic. Exit through Chandni Chawk side. This is the second best option and edges over DTC because of shorter route.
3) DTC Buses: Bus number 202. Starts from Old Delhi Railway Station Bus Stand. Time:>1hr. Rs15 (non AC),
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Rs 25 (AC)
4) EMU. Not very frequent. Will take a merry go round route of Sadar Bazar-New Delhi-Tilak Bridge.
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ANVT to DEE to ANVT (Note: These too stations are separated by an appreciable distance, avoid this changeover if possible)
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1) DTC: Bus 939. Get down at Sarai Rohilla bus stop. 1.5 hours. Rs15 (non AC), Rs 25 (AC)
2) Delhi Metro. Blue line plus Yellow line plus Red line Line when starting from ANVT. Changeover at Rajiv Chawk and Kashmere gate. Alight at Shastri Nagar. Fare: Rs 15/- from New Delhi and Rs 12/- from Chandni Chawk (for Old Delhi). Frequency: every 2 mins in peak hours upto a max of every 10-12 mins in the morning. Time: 60-80mins. After exitting from Shastri Nagar Metro station you'll get many cycle rickshaws that'll drop you to DEE an Rs. 10 per person.
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3) Auto: Legal Fare: Rs 170-200. Time: 45-60 mins. 18 kms. Not many are willing to go all the way to DEE and if they are, they charge excessively high.
4) EMU/Local: Not Recommended.
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NZM to ANVT to NZM
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1) DTC Buses: Excellent connectivity. Exit from Sarai Kale Khan side (Pf#07 side) of NZM. Walk to the main road. Many buses bound to ANVT can be taken like 534A, 534, 543, etc. 543 is the fastest. Hardy takes 25 mins. Rs15 (non AC), Rs 25 (AC)
2) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 120 (Night Rs. 150). 12kms. 15-25-40 mins depending on traffic. But STRICTLY exit through Sarai Kale Khan (Pf#07 side) of NZM, exiting on the wrong side will make it longer by 3kms!
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Sarai Kale khan (PF#07) side.
4) EMU: Not recommended. If you really want to take this option, take an EMU towards NDLS till TKJ, then take an EMU towards GZB till ANVR.
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rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Oct 15 (1:56AM)
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NZM to DLI to NZM
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1) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 120 (Night Rs. 150). 12kms. 25-30-45 mins depending on traffic. Exit through PF#01 side of NZM.
2) DTC Buses: Exit from Pf#01 side of NZM. Walk to the main road (It’s a bit long so those having heavy luggage are recommended to take a cycle rickshaw). Bus#403 is frequently available from Bhogal Bus stop. Rs15 (non AC), Rs 25 (AC)
3) EMU: Priority 3 goes to the EMUs. Cheapest and fastest. Just a bit less frequent, if you can match the timings of one that goes to DLI, take it! Takes 25-35 mins.
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Delhi Metro: Poorly connected points through DMRC. Take an auto till Jangpura Metro station, then Violet line till Central Secretariat then Yellow line to Chandni Chawk. Not recommended.
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rfZ**     Added by: rfZ**    Oct 15 (1:56AM)
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NZM to NDLS to NZM
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1) DTC Buses: Exit from Pf#01 side of NZM. Bus No. 181 is available right outside the station. Quite frequent. Rs15 (non AC), Rs 25 (AC)
2) EMU: Frequently available (By frequently I mean 1 service per hour). Cheapest and fastest. Takes 15-25 mins.
3) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 120 (Night Rs. 150). 12kms. 25-30-45 mins depending on traffic. Exit through PF#01 side of NZM.
4) Delhi Metro: Poorly connected points through DMRC. Take an auto till Jangpura Metro station, then Violet line till Central Secretariate then Yellow line to New Delhi. Not recommended.
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NZM to DEE to NZM
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1) DTC Buses: Exit from Pf#01 side of NZM. Bus No. 181 is available right outside the station. Quite frequent. Rs15 (non AC), Rs 25 (AC)
2) Auto: Legal fare: ~Rs 120 (Night Rs. 150). 14kms. 25-30-45 mins depending on traffic. Exit through PF#01 side of NZM.
3) Delhi Metro: Very poorly connected points through DMRC. Take an auto till Jangpura Metro station, then Violet line till Central Secretariate then Yellow line to Kashmere Gate. Then Red line to Shastri Nagar. Then cycle rickshaw to Sarai Rohilla. Not recommended.
4) EMU: Not available.
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Nazeer*^  
Do IRCTC allows online booking of retiring rooms at various stations?

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goyalwc**     Added by: goyalwc**    Feb 21 2014 (10:10PM)
============ Booking of Retiring Rooms ONLINE ================
Online Reservation facility available. Please go to click here
Punch PNR number to enter.
Please select date, room type AC or non AC, single bed/double bed/dormitory and
"Click here to Book On Source Station"
"Click here to Book On Source Principal Station"
"Click here to Book On Destination Station"
"Click here to Book On Destination Principal Station" as the case may be.
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You get details of empty rooms, charges payable. Select desired room number, and period (12 hrs or 24 hrs) and proceed to pay. You are also required to add details of ID proof and ID Proof number.
After successful transaction, have a print out. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Feb 21 2014 (8:09PM)}}}~@~~!~================~!~ ~#~============~#~ Booking of Retiring Rooms ONLINE ~#~================~#~ ~@~~!~================~!~ ~@~~!~ ~!~~@~~@~{{{Feb 21 2014 (8:08PM)}}}~@~~!~============================~!~ ~#~================~#~ Booking of Retiring Rooms ONLINE ~@~~!~============================~!~ ~#~================~#~ ~@~

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Nazeer*^     Added by: Nazeer*^    Oct 13 (9:54AM)
List of Stations Currently available for online Reservation of Railways Retiring Rooms
SNO Station Name Station Code
1 ERODE JN ED
2 ABOHAR ABS
3 ABU ROAD ABR
4 ACHHNERA JN AH
5 ADRA JN ADRA
6 AGARTALA AGTL
7 AGRA AGC
8 AHMADNAGAR ANG
9 AHMEDABAD JN ADI
10 AJMER JN AII
11 AJNI AJNI
12 ALIGARH ALJN
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13 ALIPURDUAR JN APDJ
14 ALLAHABAD JN ALD
15 ALUABARI RD AUB
16 ALWAR AWR
17 AMBALA CANT JN UMB
18 AMETHI AME
19 AMRITSAR JN ASR
20 ANAND VIHAR TRM ANVT
21 ANANDPUR SAHIB ANSB
22 ANUGRAHA N ROAD AUBR
23 ARA ARA
24 ARAKU ARK
25 ASANSOL JN ASN
26 ASHOKNAGAR ASKN
27 ATARRA ATE
28 AURANGABAD AWB
29 AZAMGARH AMH
30 Alahabad City ALY
31 BADARPUR BPB
32 BADNERA BD
33 BADSHAHNAGAR BNZ
34 BAHRAICH BRK
35 BAIJNATHPAPROLA BJPL
36 BAKHTIYARPUR JN BKP
37 BALANGIR BLGR
38 BALASORE BLS
39 BALLARSHAH BPQ
40 BALLIA BUI
41 BANDA JN BNDA
42 BANDRA TERMINUS BDTS
43 BANGAIGAON BNGN
44 BANGALORE CY JN SBC
45 BANKURA BQA
46 BAPUDM MOTIHARI BMKI
47 BARAUNI JN BJU
48 BARDDHAMAN JN BWN
49 BAREILLY BE
50 BARKA KANA BRKA
51 BARMER BME
52 BAROG BOF
53 BARPETA ROAD BPRD
54 BARSOI BOE
55 BASAR BSX
56 BASTI BST
57 BEAS BEAS
58 BEGU SARAI BGS
59 BELAPUR BAP
60 BELGAUM BGM
61 BELUR BEQ
62 BERHAMPORE CRT BPC
63 BETTIAH BTH
64 BETUL BZU
65 BHABUA ROAD BBU
66 BHADRAK BHC
67 BHAGA JN VAA
68 BHAGALPUR BGP
69 BHARATPUR BTE
70 BHATINDA JN BTI
71 BHATNI JN BTT
72 BHAVNAGAR BVC
73 BHILWARA BHL
74 BHOPAL JN BPL
75 BHUBANESWAR BBS
76 BHUSAVAL BSL
77 BIKANER BKN
78 BILASPUR JN BSP
79 BINA BINA
80 BINNAGURI BNV
81 BOKARO STEEL CITY BKSC
82 BOLPUR S NIKTN BHP
83 BRAHMAPUR BAM
84 BURHANPUR BAU
85 BURNPUR BURN
86 BUXAR BXR
87 CHAKRADHARPUR CKP
88 CHANDAUSI JN CH
89 CHANDIGARH CDG
90 CHANDRAKONA RD CDGR
91 CHANDRAPUR CD
92 CHAPARMUKH CPK
93 CHENNAI CENTRAL MAS
94 CHENNAI EGMORE MS
95 CHHAPRA CPR
96 CHITRAKOT CKTD
97 CHITTARANJAN CRJ
98 CHITTAURGARH COR
99 CHURU CUR
100 COIMBATORE JN CBE
101 COOCH HAR COB
102 CUTTACK CTC
103 DAHOD DHD
104 DALKOLHA DLK
105 DALTONGANJ DTO
106 DAMOH DMO
107 DANAPUR DNR
108 DARBHANGA JN DBG
109 DAUND DD
110 DEHRADUN DDN
111 DEHRI ON SONE DOS
112 DELHI DLI
113 DEOBAND DBD
114 DEVLALI DVL
115 DHANBAD JN DHN
116 DHARMANAGAR DMR
117 DHARMPUR HMCHL DMP
118 DHAULPUR DHO
119 DHUPGURI DQG
120 DHURI JN DUI
121 DIBRUGARH DBRG
122 DIBRUGARH TOWN DBRT
123 DIGHA FLAG STN DGHA
124 DIMAPUR DMV
125 DULIAJAN DJG
126 DURG DURG
127 DURGAPUR DGR
128 DWARKA DWK
129 ETAWAH ETW
130 FAIJABAD FD
131 FAKIRAGRAM FKM
132 FALAKATA FLK
133 FALNA FA
134 FATEHPUR FTP
135 FIROZABAD FZD
136 FIROZPUR CANT FZR
137 FORBESGANJ FBG
138 FURKATING FKG
139 GANGAPUR GUR
140 GARWA ROAD GHD
141 GAYA JN GAYA
142 GHAZIPUR CITY GCT
143 GOALPARA TOWN GLPT
144 GONDA JN GD
145 GONDIA JN G
146 GORAKHPUR JN GKP
147 GUDUR GDR
148 GULBARGA GR
149 GUNA GUNA
150 GUNTUR GNT
151 GUWAHATI GHY
152 Gwalior GWL
153 H NIZAMUDDIN NZM
154 HABIBGANJ HBJ
155 HAJIPUR JN HJP
156 HALDWANI HDW
157 HANUMANGARH JN HMH
158 HARDOI HRI
159 HARIDWAR JN HW
160 HARPALPUR HPP
161 HASANPUR ROAD HPO
162 HASIMARA HSA
163 HATIA HTE
164 HAZARIBAGH RD HZD
165 HISAR HSR
166 HOJAI HJI
167 HOSHIARPUR SINA
168 HOSHIARPUR HSX
169 HOSPET HPT
170 HOWRAH JN HWH
171 HUBLI JN UBL
172 HYDERABAD HYB
173 INDORE JN INDB
174 ITARSI JN ET
175 JABALPUR JBP
176 JAGIROAD JID
177 JAIPUR JP
178 JAISALMER JSM
179 JALANDHAR CITY JUC
180 JALGAON JL
181 JAMALPUR JMP
182 JAMMU TAWI JAT
183 JAMNAGAR JAM
184 JANAKPUR ROAD JNR
185 JASIDIH JSME
186 JAYNAGAR JYG
187 JEHANABAD JHD
188 JHARSUGUDA JN JSG
189 JODHPUR JU
190 JOGBANI JBN
191 JOGINDER NAGAR JGNX
192 JORHAT TOWN JTTN
193 Jhansi JHS
194 KALKA KLK
195 KALYAN JN KYN
196 KANNUR CAN
197 KANPUR ANWRGANJ CPA
198 KANPUR JN CNB
199 KARNAL KUN
200 KASARAGOD KGQ
201 KASGANJ KSJ
202 KASHIPUR KPV
203 KATHGODAM KGM
204 KATIHAR KIR
205 KATNI KTE
206 KATPADI JN KPD
207 KHAGARIA JN KGG
208 KHALILABAD KLD
209 KHANDWA KNW
210 KHARAGPUR KGP
211 KHURDA ROAD JN KUR
212 KISHENGUANGE KNE
213 KIUL JN KIUL
214 KODERMA KQR
215 KOKRAJHAR KOJ
216 KOLKATA KOAA
217 KOPERGAON KPG
218 KORAPUT KRPU
219 KOTA JN KOTA
220 KOTDWARA KTW
221 KOTSHILA KSX
222 KOZHIKODE CLT
223 KRISHNGR CTY JN KNJ
224 KUMBAKONAM KMU
225 KURNOOL TOWN KRNT
226 KURUDWADI KWV
227 KURUKSHETRA JN KKDE
228 LAHERIA SARAI LSI
229 LAKSAR JN LRJ
230 LALGARH JN LGH
231 LALITPUR LAR
232 LEDO LEDO
233 LOHARU LHU
234 LOKMANYATILAK T LTT
235 LONAVALA LNL
236 LUCKNOW NE LJN
237 LUCKNOW NR LKO
238 LUDHIANA JN LDH
239 LUMDING LMG
240 MADHUBANI MBI
241 MADHUPUR MDP
242 MADURAI JN MDU
243 MAHOBA MBA
244 MAIHAR MYR
245 MAILANI MLN
246 MAKRANA JN MKN
247 MALDA TOWN MLDT
248 MALKAPUR MKU
249 MANDUADIH MUV
250 MANGALORE CNTL MAQ
251 MANKAPUR JN MUR
252 MANMAD MMR
253 MARIANI MXN
254 MATHURA MTJ
255 MAU JN MAU
256 MEERUT CITY MTC
257 MIRAJ JN MRJ
258 MIRZAPUR MZP
259 MOKAMEH JN MKA
260 MORADABAD MB
261 MORENA MRA
262 MUGHAL SARAI JN MGS
263 MUMBAI CENTRAL BCT
264 MUMBAI CST CSTM
265 MURI MURI
266 MURSHIDABAD MBB
267 MUZAFFARPUR JN MFP
268 NABADWIP DHAM NDAE
269 NAGAUR NGO
270 NAGPUR NGP
271 NAJIBABAD JN NBD
272 NANDED NED
273 NANDYAL NDL
274 NARKATIAGANJ JN NKE
275 NASIK ROAD NK
276 NAUGACHIA NNA
277 NELLORE NLR
278 NEW ALIPUR DUAR NOQ
279 NEW BONGAIGAON NBQ
280 NEW COOCHBEHAR NCB
281 NEW DELHI NDLS
282 NEW FARAKA NFK
283 NEW JALPAIGURI NJP
284 NEW MAL JN NMZ
285 NEW MAYNAGURI NMX
286 NEW TINSUKIA JN NTSK
287 NIZAMABAD NZB
288 NSC BOSE J GOMO GMO
289 ORAI ORAI
290 PAKUR PKR
291 PALAKKAD PGT
292 PALI MARWAR PMY
293 PANDHARPUR PVR
294 PANIPAT JN PNP
295 PARASNATH PNME
296 PARLI VAIJNATH PRLI
297 PATHANKOT PTK
298 PATIALA PTA
299 PATNA JN PNBE
300 PATNA SAHEB PNC
301 PHAGWARA JN PGW
302 PILIBHIT PBE
303 PIPARIYA PPI
304 POKHRAYAN PHN
305 PRAYAG PRG
306 PUNE JN PUNE
307 PURI PURI
308 PURNEA PRNA
309 PURULIA JN PRR
310 RAE BARELI JN RBL
311 RAFIGANJ RFJ
312 RAICHUR RC
313 RAIGANJ RGJ
314 RAIGARH RIG
315 RAIPUR JN R
316 RAJ NANDGAON RJN
317 RAJA KI MANDI RKM
318 RAJAMUNDRY RJY
319 RAJGIR RGD
320 RAJKOT JN RJT
321 RAMESWARAM RMM
322 RAMNAGAR RMR
323 RAMPUR RMU
324 RAMPUR HAT RPH
325 RANGAPARA NORTH RPAN
326 RANGIYA JN RNY
327 RANI RANI
328 RANJNAGAR JPG JPG
329 RATANGARH RTGH
330 RATLAM JN RTM
331 RAXAUL JN RXL
332 RAYAGADA RGDA
333 RENIGUNTA RU
334 RENUKUT RNQ
335 RJNDR NGR BIHAR RJPB
336 ROORKEE RK
337 ROURKELA ROU
338 RUDRAPUR CITY RUPC
339 RUSERA GHAT ROA
340 S BHAKHTIYARPUR SBV
341 SADULPUR SDLP
342 SAGAULI JN SGL
343 SAHARANPUR SRE
344 SAHARSA JN SHC
345 SAHIBGANJ SBG
346 SAI P NILAYAM SSPN
347 SALEM JN SA
348 SALEMPUR JN SRU
349 SAMASTIPUR JN SPJ
350 SAMBALPUR SBP
351 SAMSI SM
352 SANCHI SCI
353 SASARAM SSM
354 SATNA STA
355 SAUGOR SGO
356 SAWAI MADHOPUR SWM
357 SEALDAH SDAH
358 SECUNDERABAD JN SC
359 SEWAGRAM SEGM
360 SHAHJEHANPUR SPN
361 SHEGAON SEG
362 SHEIKPURA SHK
363 SHORANUR JN SRR
364 SHRI GANGANAGAR SGNR
365 SHRI MAHABIRJI SMBJ
366 SHRIDHAM SRID
367 SILIGURI JN SGUJ
368 SIMALGURI SLGR
369 SIMLA SML
370 SIMULTALA STL
371 SIRSA SSA
372 SITAPUR STP
373 SIURI SURI
374 SIWAN SV
375 SOLAN SOL
376 SOLAPUR JN SUR
377 SONAGIR SOR
378 SONPUR JN SEE
379 SRIKAKULAM ROAD CHE
380 SULTANPUR SLN
381 SUMMER HILL SHZ
382 SUPAUL SOU
383 SURAT ST
384 SURATGARH JN SOG
385 TAMBARAM TBM
386 TANAKPUR TPU
387 TANJORE TJ
388 TARAKESWAR TAK
389 TATANAGAR JN TATA
390 TENALI TEL
391 THANE TNA
392 TINSUKIA TSK
393 TIRUCHCHIRAPALI TPJ
394 TIRUPATHI TPTY
395 TIRUPPUR TUP
396 TITLAGARH TIG
397 TUNDLA TDL
398 UDAIPUR CITY UDZ
399 UDHAMPUR UHP
400 UJJAIN JN UJN
401 VADODARA JN BRC
402 VAPI VAPI
403 VARANASI JN BSB
404 VASCO DA GAMA VSG
405 VIDISHA BHS
406 VIJAYAWADA BZA
407 VINDHYACHAL BDL
408 VISHAKAPATNAM VSKP
409 VIZIANAGRAM JN VZM
410 WADI WADI
411 WARANGAL WL
412 WARDHA WR
413 YESVANTPUR JN YPR
Oct 10 (6:14PM)

Luggage

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Rajkot Rewa Express **  
Luggage Capacity Of LHB Rake

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Blog Post# 1241520-0     
Rajkot Rewa Express **     Added by: Rajkot Rewa Express **    Oct 10 (6:14PM)
dscn0241.jpgLuggage capacity Of LHB Rake:
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it is used For Luggage form One Place to Another Than This is Coach Alot For These purpose
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Maximum Capacity: 3.9 Tones
Mainly This is Used in LHB Rake
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Jul 14 2012 (10:30AM)

Fares/Concessions/Refund Rules

Entry# 1230     
Tejas**  
What are the rules for cancelling partially confirmed PRS tickets?

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Gulshanrkp**     Added by: Gulshanrkp**    Oct 09 (4:14PM)
Partially confirmed tickets
The most important is : TKTS must be cancelled WITHIN 6 HRS before scheduled departure and UPTO 2 HRS after actual departure otherwise normal cancellation charges will be applicable. f8wxzqmulmtl7wx598fiyo9c9id9m43cefsh33sf{{{Oct 09 2014 (4:18PM)}}}~@~ ~#~Partially~#~ ~#~confirmed~#~ ~#~tickets~#~ ~@~The most important is : TKTS must be cancelled WITHIN 6 HRS before scheduled departure and UPTO 2 HRS after ~!~actal~!~ ~#~actual~#~ departure ~#~otherwise~#~ ~#~normal~#~ ~#~cancellation~#~ ~#~charges~#~ ~#~will~#~ ~#~be~#~ ~#~applicable~#~ ~@~ ~@~~@~{{{Oct 09 2014 (4:13PM)}}}~@~The most important is : TKTS must be cancelled WITHIN 6 HRS before scheduled departure and UPTO 2 HRS after ~!~actula~!~ ~#~actal~#~ departure ~!~for ~!~ ~!~getting ~!~ ~!~maximum ~!~ ~!~discount ~!~ ~@~

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Jul 14 2012 (10:25AM)
Blog Post# 480586-0     
anirbanmitra*^     Added by: Tejas**    Jul 14 2012 (10:30AM)
can anyone tell me the rules for cancellation of partially confirmed PRS tickets ? suppose out of 4 tickets in 1A,, three gets confirmed and one remains waitlisted .. can i claim for a full refund, since all of the tickets were not confirmed ?? please suggest , its very important ..

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Blog Post# 480586-1     
Guest: 7cfff525   Added by: moderator**    Jul 14 2012 (11:08AM)
yes,you are entitled to get full refunds of all the passengers. Only 20rs per passenger will be deducted,if cancelled within timelimits even after charting. If even a single passenger in an entire pnr ends up in rac/wl...the entire ticket is deemed wl/rac...and refund is full refund minus rs.20/passenger

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Blog Post# 480586-2     
शुभ दीपावली**     Added by: moderator**    Jul 14 2012 (11:09AM)
yes you will get a full refund of WL ticket after deducting the clerkage charge......

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Oct 01 (8:26AM)

Coach Construction/Seating Arrangements

Entry# 1802     
Rajkot Rewa Express **  
Water Transfer Pump in LHB Rake

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Rajkot Rewa Express **     Added by: Rajkot Rewa Express **    Oct 01 (8:26AM)
dscn0146.jpgWater Transfer Pump in Indian Railway Coaches:-
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Water Transfer Pump in Indian Railway Coaches Mainly Used In LHB Coaches as well as ICF Rakes Both are Connected Through sensor That Will Give Indication Of Water level . And Indicate On Controller . The water level is indicated on one tank on each side. The filling can be made from both sides by one filler for both tanks.
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Sep 22 2014 (8:36PM)

Coach Construction/Seating Arrangements

Entry# 1800     
Rajkot Rewa Express **  
Water Level Sensor

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Blog Post# 1221475-0     
Rajkot Rewa Express **     Added by: Rajkot Rewa Express **    Sep 22 2014 (8:36PM)
dscn0145.jpgWater Level Sensor :-
It Indicate water level available on LHB Coach With the Help Of Sensing Water Pump is Attached Through this If water level less
than automatic it sensed and Indicate On output Controller. Two centrifugal pumps located in a stainless steel casing at the under frame supply the water to the tanks. One of the 415 V pumps is always kept running, while the other is kept on standby. After each switch off the other pump will work.Mainly it is Used in LHB rake Trains
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