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MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs)
মান্দেৰডিসা     मन्दरदिसा

Track: Single Diesel-Line

Station road , Dist - Dima Hassao
State: Assam

Elevation: 148 m above sea level
Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier   Division: Lumding
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Nov 08 2014 (22:02)   MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs)
 

জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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A small step brings 18-year-old dream closer- First successful trial of Lumding-Silchar BG track raises hopes of project completion by March 2015
A STAFF REPORTER
Guwahati, Nov. 7: Through the hilly terrain of Dima Hasao, a diesel engine travelled 26km on the newly constructed broad gauge tracks, sending the message that the day was not far when it would travel the entire stretch of 210km between Lumding and Silchar.
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of the construction division of NF Railway today said the diesel engine would zoom through 17 tunnels and 500 bridges in Borail hills by March 31, 2015, ending an 18-year-long wait of the people of Barak Valley.
The clock struck 9.25 last morning when the engine left Patharkhola railway station in Nagaon district of Assam amid cheers. It crossed Manderdisa and Hatikhali stations and reached Debalong at 12.45pm. Then it returned and reached Patharkhola at 3.35pm. It was a perfect ride.
The six-month mega block had begun on October 1 amidst doubts in some quarters about the timely completion of the project. The doubts were not unfounded though, as the broad gauge conversion project has been delayed by 18 years because of factors ranging from militancy to hostile terrain.
"Now we can confidently say that we will be able to run the broad gauge engine by March 31," a railway official said. "So far, we have completed the cut-and-connect activity at 90 of the 102 locations. Eight lakh cubic metres of earthwork, out of 12 lakh cubic metres, was completed during the mega block. Track-linking of the broad gauge line is also progressing satisfactorily at various locations on the Lumding-Silchar route," he added.
On October 19, the railway made a major breakthrough in the project when it managed to complete the difficult task of linking Tunnel No. 10 from both ends. The 3,095-metre tunnel located near New Haflong town is the longest and took several years to construct.
"After completion of Tunnel No. 10, the trial run of the diesel engine was another major accomplishment for us. It has brought great delight to those involved with the conversion process," the official said.
Since a major stretch of the project is located in hilly terrain, the existing metre gauge (MG) alignment has sharp curves and steep gradients not permitted in a broad gauge (BG) alignment. Therefore, the BG alignment does not follow the MG alignment and criss-crosses the MG track at 102 locations.
The Lumding-Silchar gauge conversion, which is a part of the national project, GC of Lumding-Silchar and branch lines, covers 420.26km at a cost of Rs 5,185.44 crore. Till July this year, its expenditure was Rs 4,306.42 crore. It involves the construction of a 54-metre tall and 705-metre long bridge over the Dayang. The maximum permissible speed of train will be 70km per hour in hill stations and 100km per hour in the plains.
Because of shortage of skilled labourers in the area, the railway has brought 3,000 additional workers from other places to work in this section
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Nov 09 2014 (11:21)
জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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Debalong may be a new station b/w Hatikhali & Langting . as some new station will come after BG ..

  
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Nov 09 2014 (11:36)
Vaibhav Agarwal*^   6114 blog posts   2568 correct pred (95% accurate)
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Engine reaching Hatikhali

  
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Nov 09 2014 (12:27)
জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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the original name is DIBLONG now, not " Debalong " . old name is Dijaobra
Actually it is a closed MG Station ( named - DJB/Dijaobra ) , /departures/1022
Sorry for that mistake ,

  
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Jan 13 2015 (01:24)
জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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Jan 13 2015 (01:25)
জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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First Broad Gauge Diesel Engine Rolled From Patharkhola to Debalong Station of Lumding-Silchar GC Project
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Dec 11 2015 (21:03)   MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs)
 

অংশুমান উপূ সীৰে🚇🚉~   413 blog posts
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Regional Name: মান্দেৰডিসা
Hindi Name: मन्दरदिसा

  
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Updated.
  
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Jan 13 2015 (01:29)   MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs) | NGC/WDS-6R/36080
 

জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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First Broad Gauge Diesel Engine Rolled From Patharkhola to Debalong Station of Lumding-Silchar GC Project
Haflong, November 7, 2014 : 6.11.2014 was a historic day for the people of Dima Hasao District of Assam and the people of Cachar district when a Broad Gauge diesel engine was rolled on a trial basis on the soil of Dima Hasao district from Patharkhola to Debalong, a distance of 26 kms, reports D.C. Borah Sr.PRO/Con, N.F.Railway, Maligaon today in e-press release.
According to Borah, at 9.25 hrs on 6.11.2014, the engine left Patharkhola and moved
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over the newly constructed broad gauge track crossing stations Mandardisa and Hatikhali to reach Debalong at about 12.45 hrs. After the trial run the engine returned & reached Patharkhola at 15.35 Hrs.
Mr. Borah, in the release fuether stated that apart from the above, as part of the Mega Block works MG/BG cut & connect activity at 90 locations has been completed out of 102 locations and 8 lac cum of earthwork has since been done during mega block out of 12 lac cum.
Track linking of BG line is also progressing satisfactorily at various locations of Lumding-Silchar route and it is hopeful to complete the entire project work within the targeted time i.e., 31.03.2015
Shri R.P.Jinger, Chief Engineer/Con-1, N.F.Railway and other Sr. Officials were present in the trial run on the newly converted section, informed Borah.
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Mar 11 2015 (14:58)
জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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Mar 11 2015 (15:03)
Harsh*^~   27534 blog posts   75685 correct pred (77% accurate)
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tagg can also be added dear sir without unlocking the thread...try it i have also tried the same and it really works :)
  
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Mar 18 2015 (17:28)   LMG/Lumding Junction (5 PFs)
 

জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
Entry# 1400433            Tags   Past Edits
CRS inspection is scheduled on 21-03-2015 between Patherkhola & New Halflong.
A high speed trial train will run on this section by CRS so all people in this section crossing the track are alerted by this news paper advertisement of NFR.

  
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Mar 18 2015 (19:57)
Vaibhav Agarwal*^   6114 blog posts   2568 correct pred (95% accurate)
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English Notification
CRS Inspection of Newly Converted BG Line between Lumding - Halflong and Patherkhola - Manderdisa on 21/3/15

  
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Mar 26 2015 (23:08)
Vaibhav Agarwal*^   6114 blog posts   2568 correct pred (95% accurate)
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Flagging of BG Goods Train on Newly Converted BG Route of Lumding - Silchar Section on 27 March 2015
  
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Mar 19 2013 (09:02)   15693X/Barak Valley Express ( MG ) | MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs)
 

জয়দীপ JOYDEEP जय़दीप*^~   7242 blog posts   112 correct pred (73% accurate)
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Apr 20 2012 (18:41)   MYD/Manderdisa (2 PFs)
 

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