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BUT/Baytu (2 PFs)
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state highway 40 ,Baytu, Barmer
State: Rajasthan


Zone: NWR/North Western   Division: Jodhpur

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Nov 26 2019 (08:33) बाड़मेर काे मंडाेर एक्सप्रेस ताे मिली, लेकिन मालाणी 15 मार्च से बंद (www.bhaskar.com)
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News Entry# 395552  Blog Entry# 4497402   
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Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Luni Junction/LUNI added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Samdari Junction/SMR added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Delhi Sarai Rohilla/DEE added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Dausa/DO added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Phalodi Junction/PLCJ added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Ramdevra/RDRA added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Pokaran/POK added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Delhi Cantt./DEC added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Gurgaon/GGN added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Rewari Junction/RE added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Rewa (Terminal)/REWA added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Alwar Junction/AWR added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Bandikui Junction/BKI added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Jaipur Junction/JP added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Makrana Junction/MKN added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Degana Junction/DNA added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Merta Road Junction/MTD added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Utarlai/UTL added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Baytu/BUT added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Balotra/BLT added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Barmer/BME added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Jaisalmer/JSM added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Jodhpur Junction/JU added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Station Tag: Old Delhi Junction/DLI added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Runicha Express/14659 added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Mandore Superfast Express/12462 added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Mandore Superfast Express/12461 added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Runicha Express/14660 added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Malani Express/14662 added by siddharthrma~/720659

Nov 26 2019 (08:33)
Train Tag: Malani Express/14659-Slip added by siddharthrma~/720659
बाड़मेर वासियाें के लिए लंबे समय के इंतजार के बाद मंडाेर एक्सप्रेस मिलने की घाेषणा ताे कर दी गई। यह यहां के लाेगाें के लिए अच्छी खबर है लेकिन इसके साथ दूसरा पहलू यह है कि लंबे समय से चल रही मालाणी एक्सप्रेस अब बाड़मेर से नहीं चलेगी। इसे अब जाेधपुर से जैसलमेर के लिए तक कर दिया गया है। हालांकि अभी नई ट्रेन अाने में चार महीने का वक्त है, लेकिन जल्द ही अब बाड़मेर से मालाणी ट्रेन में अारक्षण बंद हाे जाएगा।
रेलवे प्रवक्ता के अनुसार अगले साल 14 मार्च काे मालाणी यहां से आखिरी बार दिल्ली का सफर तय करेगी। इसके बाद 15 मार्च काे मालाणी का पूरा रैक जाेधपुर से जैसलमेर भेज दिया जाएगा। यानी पूरी रुणिचा एक्सप्रेस
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की रैक अब जैसलमेर से ही दिल्ली के लिए चलेगी अाैर वापस में जैसलमेर ही पहुंचेगी। अभी तक अ‌ाधी ट्रेन बाड़मेर से अाैर अ‌ाधी जैसलमेर से मिलकर चलती है, जाे जाेधपुर में जुड़कर अागे दिल्ली केे लिए रवाना हाेती है। इसी तरह वापसी में जाेधपुर में दाेनाें ट्रेन अलग हाेकर एक हिस्सा बाड़मेर अाैर दूसरा जैसलमेर के लिए रवाना हाे जाता है।
15 मार्च, 2020 काे मंडाेर एक्सप्रेस पहली बार बाड़मेर अाएगी। इसका यहां पहुंचने का समय दाेपहर 11 बजकर 55 मिनट रहेगा। 14 मार्च काे दिल्ली से यह ट्रेन रात 9 बजकर 20 मिनट पर रवाना हाेगी अाैर सुबह 7 बजकर 50 मिनट पर जाेधपुर पहुंचेगी। जाेधपुर से अाठ बजे रवाना हाेकर 10 बजे बालाेतरा, 10 बजकर 42 मिनट पर बायतु, 11 बजकर 12 मिनट पर उत्तरलाई अाएगी। इसी तरह वापसी में यह ट्रेन बाड़मेर से शाम 3 बजकर 50 मिनट पर रवाना हाेकर दूसरे दिन सुबह 6 बजकर 40 मिनट पर दिल्ली पहुंचेगी। दिल्ली जाते समय मंडाेर एक्सप्रेस उतरलाई 4 बजकर दाे मिनट, बायतु 4 बजकर 32 मिनट अाैर बालाेतरा शाम 5 बजकर 13 मिनट पर पहुंचेगी
Jun 25 2019 (09:05) फलसूंड से बाड़मेर तक रेल लाइन बिछाने की मांग (www.bhaskar.com)
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News Entry# 385040  Blog Entry# 4351108   
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Jun 25 2019 (09:05)
Station Tag: Pokaran/POK added by 12649⭐️ KSK ⭐️12650^~/1203948

Jun 25 2019 (09:05)
Station Tag: Barmer/BME added by 12649⭐️ KSK ⭐️12650^~/1203948

Jun 25 2019 (09:05)
Station Tag: Baytu/BUT added by 12649⭐️ KSK ⭐️12650^~/1203948
Stations:  Barmer/BME   Pokaran/POK   Baytu/BUT  
पोकरण | क्षेत्र के ग्राम पंचायत फलसूंड के ग्रामीणों ने मुख्यमंत्री को ज्ञापन प्रेषित कर फलसूंड से बाड़मेर तक रेल लाइन बिछाने की मांग की है। ग्रामीणों ने बताया कि फलसूंड, बायतु एवं कवास होते हुए बाड़मेर तक रेलवे लाइन बिछाने की मांग को लेकर जिला कलेक्टर एवं स्थानीय प्रशासन को अवगत करवाया गया। उन्होंने बताया कि पोकरण स्थित यहां पर दो बार हुए परमाणु परीक्षणों के कारण अंतरराष्ट्रीय स्तर पर पोकरण की ख्याति बनी हुई है। उन्होंने बताया कि उपखण्ड की लगभग 2.60 लाख की आबादी होने के बावजूद पर्याप्त मात्रा रेल सुविधा नहीं होने के कारण लोगों को असुविधा का सामना करना पड़ रहा है। ग्रामीण राणाराम पंवार ने बताया कि पोकरण से बाड़मेर तक रेल लाइन बिछाने के लिए सर्वे करवाया गया था। उन्होंने बताया कि सर्वे के अनुसार पोकरण से ऊजलां, भणियाणा, फलसूंड, बायतु व कवास तक नई रेल लाइन बिछाने की योजना बनाई गई थी। उन्होंने...
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बताया कि यदि रेल विभाग इस सर्वे के अनुसार रेलवे लाइन बिछाता है तो इससे इस क्षेत्र की जनता को लाभ मिलेगा।
Oct 14 2018 (13:31) Indian Railways might remove cubicle curtains for 2AC coaches (www-newsbytesapp-com.cdn.ampproject.org)
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News Entry# 364549  Blog Entry# 3898757   
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Oct 14 2018 (13:31)
Train Tag: Hazur Sahib Nanded - KSR Bengaluru Express/16593 added by Electric wire are Waiting to Penetrate Thanjavur J~/1651567

Oct 14 2018 (13:31)
Train Tag: KSR Bengaluru - Hazur Sahib Nanded Express/16594 added by Electric wire are Waiting to Penetrate Thanjavur J~/1651567
The Indian Railways has, for a while, been facing difficulties in cleaning the curtains that cover passenger cubicles of AC Two Tier coaches.
Now, these difficulties have reached a tipping point, so much so that the Railways is considering removing the drapes altogether.
They're probably not at fault, considering that passengers use the curtains for all sorts of cleaning tasks.
Here are the details.
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In context
No more cubicle curtains for 2AC coaches?
The Railways washes curtains once in a month
With passengers using the curtains, meant for privacy, for everything ranging from wiping their hands and faces to cleaning to their footwear, the Railways' once-a-month washing routine for the curtains just isn't making the cut.
Despite monthly washes, the curtains are remaining dirty, and this has prompted the Railways to reconsider having them in the first place.
It is impossible to maintain curtains, thanks to passengers
"Curtains are unhygienic and when we're talking about cleanliness in general, these should be removed first as they are a source of many diseases. Because of the traffic volume and insensitivity of passengers, it is impossible to maintain curtains," said ex-Railway Board chairman RK Singh.
Blinders might replace the drapes in 2AC coaches
According to two Railway Board officials who spoke to HT on the condition of anonymity, the curtains providing privacy to 2AC coaches might soon be replaced by blinders.
However, the plans haven't been finalized, and the Railways might simply remove the drapes, as it did for AC Three Tier coaches four years back.
A decision is expected to be taken soon.
A proposal will be finalized by October end
"There are two proposals and we will finalize one of them by the end of this month. Replacement with blinds will require capital expenditure...[but] the money can be used elsewhere....We have discussed the alternatives and will soon take a call," said one of the officials.
Why the Railways had removed curtains for 3AC coaches
Interestingly, the Railways, which had introduced curtains for all 3AC coaches back in 2009, decided to remove them in 2014.
However, it wasn't nuisance on part of passengers that prompted the Railways to do so.
Instead, following a blaze on the Bangalore-Nanded express in which curtains caught fire, an inquiry committee recommended that they be removed for enhanced passenger safety.

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Oct 14 2018 (14:54)
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The removal of curtains in 2AC will be bad for passengers. For people who require bit of privacy, this was a good option to travel in 2AC and now this move does not seem good. At the same time do agree to the fact that passengers need to be a bit more responsible and not use curtains to wipe their faces,their hands, and dirty them

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Oct 14 2018 (14:57)
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i am only thinking how can anyone wipe faces in those curtains...its a move of cost cutting.

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Oct 14 2018 (15:01)
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I have personally seen some of the people clean their shoes which is quite bad. At the same time some of them having a snack or eatable while sitting in upper berth and quietly wiping their hands. Maybe it might be cost cutting, but overall for people wanting some privacy may not be a good move
Oct 14 2018 (13:26) Indian Railways might remove cubicle curtains for 2AC coaches (www-newsbytesapp-com.cdn.ampproject.org)
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News Entry# 364546  Blog Entry# 3898734   
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Oct 14 2018 (13:28)
Train Tag: KSR Bengaluru - Hazur Sahib Nanded Express/16594 added by Electric wire are Waiting to Penetrate Thanjavur J~/1651567

Oct 14 2018 (13:28)
Train Tag: Hazur Sahib Nanded - KSR Bengaluru Express/16593 added by Electric wire are Waiting to Penetrate Thanjavur J~/1651567
The Indian Railways has, for a while, been facing difficulties in cleaning the curtains that cover passenger cubicles of AC Two Tier coaches.
Now, these difficulties have reached a tipping point, so much so that the Railways is considering removing the drapes altogether.
They're probably not at fault, considering that passengers use the curtains for all sorts of cleaning tasks.
Here are the details.
...
more...

In context
No more cubicle curtains for 2AC coaches?
The Railways washes curtains once in a month
With passengers using the curtains, meant for privacy, for everything ranging from wiping their hands and faces to cleaning to their footwear, the Railways' once-a-month washing routine for the curtains just isn't making the cut.
Despite monthly washes, the curtains are remaining dirty, and this has prompted the Railways to reconsider having them in the first place.
It is impossible to maintain curtains, thanks to passengers
"Curtains are unhygienic and when we're talking about cleanliness in general, these should be removed first as they are a source of many diseases. Because of the traffic volume and insensitivity of passengers, it is impossible to maintain curtains," said ex-Railway Board chairman RK Singh.
Blinders might replace the drapes in 2AC coaches
According to two Railway Board officials who spoke to HT on the condition of anonymity, the curtains providing privacy to 2AC coaches might soon be replaced by blinders.
However, the plans haven't been finalized, and the Railways might simply remove the drapes, as it did for AC Three Tier coaches four years back.
A decision is expected to be taken soon.
A proposal will be finalized by October end
"There are two proposals and we will finalize one of them by the end of this month. Replacement with blinds will require capital expenditure...[but] the money can be used elsewhere....We have discussed the alternatives and will soon take a call," said one of the officials.
Why the Railways had removed curtains for 3AC coaches
Interestingly, the Railways, which had introduced curtains for all 3AC coaches back in 2009, decided to remove them in 2014.
However, it wasn't nuisance on part of passengers that prompted the Railways to do so.
Instead, following a blaze on the Bangalore-Nanded express in which curtains caught fire, an inquiry committee recommended that they be removed for enhanced passenger safety.
Jun 29 2017 (06:59) Rush hour woes: Harbour and WR services disrupted (www.thehindu.com)
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News Entry# 306825  Blog Entry# 2335889   
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Stations:  Baytu/BUT  
Gravel erosion at Mankhurd in the morning, and tree branches falling on lines near Lower Parel in the evening compound passenger misery
Mumbai: Heavy rainfall continued to lash the city and its suburbs for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday, disrupting local train services on the Central Railway’s Harbour Line for some time in the morning and the Western line during evening rush hour and leading to passengers having long waits at stations and in stopped trains.
With two of the three arterial train lines affected, and the waterlogging in several areas following
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the downpour, traffic continued to crawl on the roads. The inundated roads also made it hard for pedestrians, who had to wade through the accumulated rainwater.
The Harbour Line stopped for nearly 35 minutes, as gravel supporting tracks and sleepers was washed away at Mankhurd station. A train was stopped at Mankhurd’s Platform 2 between 8.20 a.m and 8.55 a.m. This led to chaos at the stations as passengers decided to walk on the tracks. “The water on the tracks is a big problem for us,” a Central Railway official said. “We have to stop train services if water levels come above the tracks. Due to stopping of one train, the trains were stranded back to back towards CST.” Many passengers said that they took nearly an hour to reach Mankhurd from Vashi. “After a thorough check of the train and maintenance of tracks, we were able to run the train after 45 minutes,” an official said.
A.K. Singh, PRO, CR, said the trains had to be stopped as a precautionary measure. He said that services on the Main line were smooth, but because of the heavy downpour, trains were running 10-15 minutes behind schedule.
In the evening, Western Railway services were disrupted at around 6.45 p.m. after a tree branch fell on a train between Mahalaxmi and Lower Parel stations on the Down line. The branch fell on the over head equipment (OHE), tripping the wire. A huge spark was reported by the passengers. Trains were delayed for nearly an hour.
Ravindra Bhakar, Chief PRO, WR, said, “The problem was solved on a war footing, [but] as it was peak time, there was bunching of trains.” A team of engineers immediately rushed to the site and the damage was rectified. However, as soon as the work was completed, a branch of another tree fell on the OHE, and this could be removed only by 7.30 p.m. The incident also took place on the slow Down line; slow trains were diverted on to the fast tracks. Some normalcy returned on the Western Line at around 7.50 p.m.
Ram Singh, a passenger who was stuck at Grant Road station, said, “I am waiting for a train to go home since last hour and thirty minutes, but I am not able to get inside the train. I think we all should take leave for four months of monsoon and sit at home.”
Western Railway officials said that they have been sending reminders to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to trim trees, but these had been ignored, An official blamed the BMC’s not giving permission for trimming for the incidents which disrupted services.
According to an official of the BMC’s disaster management department, the Colaba observatory recorded 63 mm rainfall and Santacruz 51.1 mm in the last 24 hours. Since June 1, Colaba has recorded 469.9 mm (a departure of - 35 mm) and Santacruz 415.8 mm (a departure of - 53.6 mm) of rainfall.

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Jun 29 2017 (07:04)
Rang De Basanti^   48224 blog posts
Re# 2335889-1            Tags   Past Edits
This time, for a change, CR is the good boy:-)
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