23rd June 2017: To clear the extra rush of passengers, it has been decided to run eight pairs of Special trains between Tatanagar-Visakhapatnam-Tatanagar during the period from 07.07.17 to 26.08.17 and thirteen Pairs of Special trains between Tatanagar-Kacheguda-Tatanagar during the period from 03.07.17 to 26.09.17. 08189/08190 Tatanagar-Visakhapatnam-Tatanagar Weekly Special (08 Pairs): The Tatanagar-Visakhapatnam Special (08189) leaving Tatanagar every Friday at 13:00 hrs will reach... more...
Visakhaptnam at 05:25 hrs, the next day. In the return direction, the train (08190) leaving Visakhapatnam every Saturday at 17:45 hrs will arrive Tatanagar at 10:45 hrs, the next day. The Special train will have one AC 2 Tier, one AC 3 Tier, five Sleeper Class and two General Second Class coaches and will have stoppages at Rajkharswan, Chaibasa, Dangoaposi, Banspani, Nayagarh, Kendujhargarh, Harichandanpur, Sukinda Road, Jakhapura, Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Road, Brahmapur, Palasa, Srikakulam Road and Vijayanagaram between Tatanagar and Visakhapatnam. In the return direction, the train will also stop at Jaroli. 07439/07438 Tatanagar-Kacheguda-Tatanagar Weekly Special (13 Pairs): The Special Train (07439) leaving Tatanagar every Tuesday at 22:50 hrs will reach Kacheguda at 05:00 hrs on Thursday. In the return direction, the Special Train (07438) will leave Kacheguda every Monday at 13:00 hrs and will arrive Tatanagar at 19:45 hrs on the next day. The Special train will have one AC 2 Tier, two AC 3 Tier, seven Sleeper Class and six general second class coaches. The train will have stoppages at Chaibasa, Dangoaposi, Banspani, Jaroli, Kendujhargarh, Sukinda Road, Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Road, Berhampur, Palasa, Srikakulam Road, Vijayanagaram, Visakhapatnam, Duvvada, Anakapalli, Samalkot, Rajhamundry, Tadepalligudem, Eluru, Vijayawada, Guntur, Piduguralla, Miryalaguda, Nalgonda, Pagidipalli, Moula-Ali gate, and Malkajgiri between Tatanagar and Kacheguda. ………..
Shri Pradeep Kumar, Member Staff, Railway Board, New Delhi visited South Western Railway on22.06.17. He inaugurated 19th Hole-Renovated Golf Lounge at Rail Golf Club, Golf Links Railway Officers Colony, Hubballi.He inaugurated 36 Unit of Type-II Railway Quarters for Railway Staff at New Vinoba Nagar, Gadag Road, Hubballi. He inspected Simulator at Diesel Loco Shed, Hubballi.Simulator is a tool designed for giving virtual experience of driving ofrail engine.He also inspected Hubballi Railway station and inaugurated Digital Audiometry at Central Railway Hospital, Hubballi. He conducted Review Meeting with Railway Officers at Rail Soudha, Hubballi. In the meeting, he discussed about various subjects like progress of doubling/new line works, earnings of Railway, passenger amenities and Staff matters ofSouth Western Railway. Shri A.K. Gupta, General Manager,... more...
Shri P.A. Lamgahre, Additional General Manager, Sri A.K. Jain, Divisional Railway Manager of Hubballi; Shri G.J. Prasad, Chief Operations Manager; Shri K. Sivaprasad, Chief Commercial Manager; Shri A.K. Singh, Financial Advisor & Chief Accounts Officer; Shri S.K. Albela, Chief Personnel Officer; Shri D.B. Kasar, Chief Security Commissioner; Shri H. Pradeep Kumar, Chief Medical Director; Shri K.S. Kalra, Principal Chief Engineer and other Officers were present.
As part of 3rd International Day of Yoga, South Western Railway Head Quarters conducted Yoga and Pranayam Session for Railway Officers and staff at Chalukya Railway Institute, Gadag Road, Hubballi from 09:00 hrs. to 10:00 hrs. on 21st June, 2017. Shri P.A. Lamghare, Additional General Manager was the chief guest.
Shri P.A. Lamghare in his address said that Yoga education should be given at schools.Physical Exercises in Schools shall be replaced by Yoga as it is more beneficial for health.Yoga has nothing to do with religions. As a result more and... more...
more people are practicing Yoga now a days. Practicing Yoga will prevent people from illness and diseases.He also suggested that doing Yoga in group will be more advantageous than doing it individually as it will help in motivation.
Dr. Anita Kadagad and Dr. Aakash S. Kembhavi, reputed Ayurvedic doctors and Yoga experts along with trained students guided the participants in performing various Asanas. Dr. Anita Kadagad emphasized the importance of Yogaand said that self realization is the aim of Yoga.She said that yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self. She has emphasized that age is not barrier for commencing Yoga. In today’s busy life yoga has become essential for holistic well being.
Later the Railway Officers and staff practiced various asanas like Vajrasana, Bhujangasana, Shalbhasana, Shavasana, Pranayama etc. under the guidance of Dr. Aakash S. Kembhavi and Dr. Anita Kadagad.
Shri S. Srinivasaraghavan, Deputy Chief Personnel Officer of South Western Railway welcomed the Yoga instructors, Officers and staff who have gathered on the momentous occasion.Smt. Nagalatha GuruprasadAssistant Personnel Officer proposed Vote of thanks.
A large number of Officers and staff of South Western Railway Headquarters officeincluding Shri G.J. Prasad, Chief Operations Manager; Shri K. Sivaprasad, Chief Commercial Manager; Shri Gul Ashfaque Mohd., Secretary to GM participated in mass practicing of Yoga.
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