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Posted: Aug 03 2016 (12:44)
Last Response: Aug 03 2016 (13:06)
Other NewsAug 03 2016 (12:36) Ministry of Railways explains why high-speed Talgo reached Mumbai three hours late
Jayashree 38671 news posts
Spanish-made high-speed train Talgo completed its third and final phase of trial from New Delhi to Mumbai on Tuesday, but arrived at its destination over three hours behind schedule.
The semi-high-speed train had to cover a distance of 1,384 km from Delhi to Mumbai. A western railway official told PTI, "The train had commenced its final phase trial run from Delhi yesterday at 7:55 PM and arrived in Mumbai today at 11.40 AM, over three hours behind schedule." Heavy rains enroute the journey was cited as a reason for delay, otherwise the train would have reached the metropolis at 8.31 AM.
Aug 03 2016 (12:44)
srinivasvasanthi~ 4266 blog posts 15 correct pred (54% accurate)
Since Sweedish Talgo have no SLEEPER class coaches , Our Indian condition of very long distance operations and mostly passengers are preferred Over night trains our IR have to produce Sleeper class coaches in joint ventures under Make in India
Aug 03 2016 (13:06)
EMD Loco Shed Mariani~ 5247 blog posts 1737 correct pred (73% accurate)
It's India thats why Every New Rake Composition whether Rajdhani or Shatabdi or Duronto Mahanama etc all get beated up now Time is for Gatimaan & Talgo to get beaten up.
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