Wind continued to blow at a speed of more than 60 km per hour Trains services in the Mandapam – Rameswaram sector were disrupted for the second day on Thursday as high velocity gusty wind swept the Pamban and Mandapam areas since Thursday evening. Four trains suffered a delay of more than four hours and they could not pass through the Pamban rail bridge till 8.30 p.m. as the wind continued to blow at a speed of more than 60 km per hour, Railway sources said. The... more...
Rameswaram-Tirupati express which left Rameswaram at 4 p.m. was stopped ahead of the bridge at Pamban and was waiting for the green signal for about four hours, the sources said. The Rameswaram-Chennai express, which left Rameswaram at 5 p.m. was stopped at Pamban station, they said. The Rameswaram-Madurai passenger and Rameswaram-Chennai superfast express were detained in Rameswaram, the sources said. The Okha – Rameswaram weekly express was stopped at Mandapam station after it reached the station around 6 p.m., the sources added. Railway officials said they could operate the trains only if the wind speed subsided but there was no respite till 8.30 p.m.. The anemometer installed at both ends of the Pamban rail bridge, connecting the island with the mainland by rail would turn the signal green only if the wind speed came down below the permissible limit of 58 km per hour, they said. On Wednesday, three trains, including the Rameswaram – Chennai express suffered a delay of more than three hours following gusty wind. Train services were resumed after 6.45 p.m. when the speed of the wind came down to below 58 km per hour, the sources said.
A group of monkeys snapped a high tension electrical wire at Tadepalli disrupting train services on the Chennai-Howrah line. A monkey who came in contact with the 25,000 volts electrical wire died. Ippateru village A group of monkeys moving on a high tension electrical wire at Ippateru village in Tadepalli mandal snapped the electrical wires on Wednesday morning. The... more...
wires draw power from the substation at Tadepalli. As a result, power supply to the railway line extending to Pedavadlapudi village in Mangalagiri mandal was disrupted. Railway personnel who noticed the snapping of power supply stopped Kerala Express bound for New Delhi at Pedavadlapudi for more than 40 minutes. Repaired A passenger train was also stopped till the repairs were carried out by railway engineering department.
A group of monkeys snapped a high tension electrical wire at Tadepalli disrupting train services on the Chennai-Howrah line. A monkey who came in contact with the 25,000 volts electrical wire died. A group of monkeys moving on a high tension electrical wire at Ippateru village in Tadepalli mandal snapped it on Wednesday morning. The wires draw power from the substation at Tadepalli. As a result, power supply to the railway line extending to Pedavadlapudi village in Mangalagiri mandal was disrupted. Railway personnel who noticed the snappingstopped Kerala Express bound for New Delhi... more...
at Pedavadlapudi for more than 40 minutes. A passenger train was also stopped till the repairs were carried out.
Finally, after a gruelling struggle against all odds, the rail traffic between Rayagada and Theruvali has been restored with some restrictions. The speed on the approach of the bridges is restricted to 10 kmph with extreme cautious lookout for any warning sign.
Work on the pillars of the bridge still continuing. Hundreds of labourers and dozens of machines are on the job. The traffic resumption has been done due to large number of trains getting cancelled/run on diverted routes, etc. Still, we cannot say that normal train operations have resumed.... more...
One bridge is lying damaged and the other one has just been made fit enough to run with highly restricted speed. Not all trains will be able to pass through the route as the route capacity to run trains has got squeezed.
Some trains may remain cancelled for some time while some other trains may be run on diverted routes. A few important trains will, however, resume service now. Situation under watch. Position being updated from the site regularly.
General Manager Sri Umesh Singh, who was camping there continuously, left the site only after the first engine trial on the repaired bridge was done successfully.
CANCELLATION & SHORT TERMINATION OF TRAINS
TRAINS TO REMAIN CANCELLED TILL FURTHER ADVICE 01.58527/58528 Raipur-Visakhapatnam-Raipur Passenger
कर्नाटक में इन दिनों का अलग झंडे की मांग चरम पर है, लेकिन इसके बीच हिंदी भाषा के प्रयोग के खिलाफ प्रदर्शन फिर तेज हो गया है. कर्नाटक रक्षणा संगठन के कुछ सदस्यों ने बंगलुरु मेट्रो स्टेशन पर साइन बोर्ड पर हिंदी में लिखे निर्देशों को हटा दिया. बंगलुरु के नम्मा मेट्रो स्टेशन पर हिंदी साइन बोर्ड पर पेंट कर दिया गया. नम्मा स्टेशन के अलावा भी बंगलुरु के कई अन्य स्टेशनों पर भी इसी तरह ही कर्नाटक रक्षणा वैदिक संगठन के कार्यकर्ताओं ने पोस्टर पर हिंदी में लिखे नाम को मिटा दिया है. इसके अलावा साथ ही साइन बोर्ड पर हिंदी में लिखा नाम काले रंग से पोत कर छुपा दिया. गौरतलब है कि मुख्यमंत्री ने इस मुद्दे पर बैठक भी... more...
बुलाई थी, इस मुद्दे पर कई पार्टियों ने समर्थन भी किया था. गौरतलब है कि कर्नाटक में कांग्रेस की अगुवाई वाली राज्य सरकार ने प्रदेश के लिए अलग झंडे की मांग करते हुए एक नौ सदस्यीय समिति का गठन किया है. इससे पहले 2012 में भी प्रदेश में इस तरह की मांग उठी थी, लेकिन तत्कालीन बीजेपी सरकार ने यह कहते हुए इसका पुरज़ोर विरोध किया था कि यह कदम 'देश की एकता और अखंडता' के खिलाफ है. अब कर्नाटक में 2018 में विधानसभा चुनाव होने हैं और कांग्रेस की कोशिश है कि ध्वज के बहाने कन्नड़ अस्मिता को हवा दी जाए. यदि मुख्यमंत्री सिद्धरमैया अपनी मांग मनवाने में कामयाब रहे तो कर्नाटक आधिकारिक तौर पर अपना अलग ध्वज रखने वाला देश का दूसरा राज्य बन जाएगा. अभी तक संविधान की धारा 370 के तहत जम्मू कश्मीर को ही ये विशेष दर्जा हासिल है कि उसके पास खुद का ध्वज है.
aese log India ko todte h phir khte h humara desh me ye bura h vo bura h aese logo ki vajah se desh me problems hoti h such a worst things abhi jitne north Indians h vha vo chle gae to pura city thap pd jaega
Jul 20 2017 (13:59) Extremely bad event but the same thing a north Indian must also understand when any South Indian visit any northern people give them a common tag of Madras which doesn't look respectful
Extremely bad event but the same thing a north Indian must also understand when any South Indian visit any northern state , people give them a common tag of Madrasi which doesn't look respectful. And the northern states have never equally respected Southern languages that is the reason why Southern states have issue with Hindi . If Hindi is not the only national language then we should accept all the regional language of India. We cannot force one language to otger. Mutual respect by each states is extremely required
Aastin ke saanp hai ye log.Kon sa khajaana hai karnataka me jo ye log apna dedicated Flag maang rahe hai,kon sa teer maar liya inke state ne jo inhe flag chaahiye.All are part of India,india kya flag kya kaafi nahi hai pure state ke liye.Ye log India ke do tukre karna chaahte hai
* Little bit of a preference for caste, language, region, religion, nation etc among the people any where in the world is a natural instinct, but it does'n people should hate other castes/languages/regions/religions/nations. * I don't think the people of Karnataka hate Hindi, this incidence may be a ploy of the ruling State govt. as it is least sure to win the forthcoming assembly elections. It may be an attempt to spread thrones in the way of new state govt and create an issue to trouble the new govt in future. *... more...
There are many such instances where a political party fulfils its vested interests at the cost of people/nation like Hasty AP reorganisation without proper study just before election implementation of direct money (subsidy) transfer to BPL families (annual burden of about 3 lac crores) etc just before 2014 election indirect support given to stone throwers in J&K in guise of their human rights.
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