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AMQ/Ammuguda (2 PFs)
అమ్ముగూడ | امّو گوڈہ     अम्मुगुडा

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Vivekandapuram-CDM Rd, Bolarum, Secunderabad, Pin- 500056
State: Telangana

Zone: SCR/South Central   Division: Hyderabad

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Feb 09 2014 (08:28) Three persons knocked down by trains (
MMTC/Hyderabad MMTS

News Entry# 167287   
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Feb 09 2014 (8:28AM)
Station Tag: Vidya Nagar/VAR added by rdb**/69261

Feb 09 2014 (8:28AM)
Station Tag: Ammuguda Halt/AMQ added by rdb**/69261
Stations:  Vidya Nagar/VAR   Ammuguda/AMQ  
Three unidentified persons, including a woman, died after two trains hit them in separate incidents when they were crossing tracks at Ammuguda and Vidyanagar railway stations respectively, on Saturday.
A 45-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man died after an MMTS train hit them at Vidyanagar railway station.
The woman was clad in a green sari while the man was wearing grey trousers and light brown shirt with stripes, Kacheguda Railway Inspector M. Shankar said. In the second incident, a 35-year-old man was found dead near the railway tracks at Ammuguda railway station. The
bodies have been preserved at OGH and Gandhi hospitals.
Dec 09 2013 (05:57) Campaigns fail to curb littering at railway stations (
Commentary/Human Interest
SCR/South Central

News Entry# 159737   
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Dec 09 2013 (6:11AM)
Station Tag: Dayanand Nagar/DYE added by moderator**/12

Dec 09 2013 (6:11AM)
Station Tag: Malkajgiri/MJF added by moderator**/12

Dec 09 2013 (6:11AM)
Station Tag: Lallaguda/LGD added by moderator**/12

Dec 09 2013 (6:11AM)
Station Tag: Ammuguda Halt/AMQ added by moderator**/12

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Dec 09 2013 (6:11AM)
Station Tag: Hyderabad Deccan Nampally/HYB added by moderator**/12
HYDERABAD: Littering in and around railway stations is continuing unrestrained despite stringent rules put in place almost a year ago.
Passengers using railway stations in the Secunderabad-Bolarum section seem to be the worst affected, with station premises and approach roads becoming sites for dumping garbage and a haven for miscreants.
"The approach road to the Malkajigiri station has become a dumping ground and is teeming with miscreants in the evening. Smaller stations where MMTS connectivity is absent are even worse than other stations," said Noor Ahmed Ali, general secretary of Suburban Train and
Bus Traveller's Association (STBTA). He said that the section's other stations like Amugudda, Lalaguda and Dayanand Nagar are worse. "Despite representations made to railway officials, we have got no respite," he alleged. S Ravi of MMTS traveller's group said that the issue of lack of cleanliness at railway stations was raised last month by passenger organizations during a meeting with the parliamentary standing committee on railways.
Littering, however, has been brought under control at bigger stations where passenger footfalls are higher, claim officials. SCR collected Rs 94 lakh as fine from 46,000 people in its six divisions. In the city, Secunderabad division and the station area saw the maximum number of cases.
However, this does not mean an end to the menace. It is a common sight to see people littering the tracks and platforms or dogs defecating even at big stations like Secunderabad.
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