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Jul 07 2012 (13:49)  Railways introduces new Rohtak-Panipat passenger train - Times Of India (
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CHANDIGARH: The northern railways have introduced a new passenger train from Rohtak to Panipat, extended the Jind-Sirsa passenger train to Hisar, and Delhi-Jind train to Narwana.
Besides, a number of other mail and express trains have also been extended, which would benefit a number of towns in Haryana.
The daily Rohtak-Panipat passenger train will leave Rohtak at 11:15 am and reach Panipat at 2 pm. It would start return journey from Panipat at 2:30 pm and reach Rohtak at 4.40 pm.
would benefit communters and others in the three districts of Rohtak, Sonipat and Panipat, said railway officials.
The Jind-Sirsa passenger train has been extended up to Hisar. It would leave Jind at 4.25 pm and reach Sirsa at 10.45 pm; depart from Hisar after five-minute halt at Sirsa to reach Hisar at 12:25 am.
The train would depart from Hisar at 4:20 am and reach Sirsa at 6.10 am.
It would leave Sirsa at 6:20 am and reach Jind at 2.50 pm.
The would benefit the people of Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa.
Delhi-Jind passenger express has been extended from Jind to
Narwana. The train would reach Jind at 9.45 pm and touch Narwana at 10.45 pm.
The train would start from Narwana at 11.15 p.m to reach Jind at 12.05 am.
The extension of the train up to Narwana would provide people another link train to Delhi and vice-versa.
Similarly, Kathgodam-Delhi-Ranikhet express has been extended up to Jodhpur and it would benefit the people of Gurgaon, Pataudi Road and Rewari, said railway officials.
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