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The experimental stoppage for Train No.16355 / 16356 Kochuveli – Mangaluru Jn. – Kochuveli Antyodaya Express trains at Kayankulam has been extended until further advice.
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Jun 02 2020 (21:17) PIB’S DAILY BULLETIN ON COVID-19 : 31 MAY 2020 (
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Posted On: 31 MAY 2020 6:13PM by PIB Delhi
(Contains Press releases concerning Covid-19, issued in last 24 hours, inputs from PIB Field Offices and Fact checks undertaken by PIB)

In the last 24 hours, 4,614 patients were found cured. A cumulative total of 86,983 people has been cured. This takes the total recovery rate to 47.76%. The number of cases under active medical supervision as of today is 89,995.

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New Guidelines to fight COVID-19 to be effective from 1st June 2020
Union Ministry of Home Affairs has issued new guidelines to fight COVID-19 and for phased re-opening of areas outside the Containment Zones. The guidelines would come into effect from June 1, 2020 and would be effective till June 30, 2020. The current phase of re-opening, Unlock 1, will have an economic focus. The new guidelines have been issued based on extensive consultations held with States and UTs. Lockdown measures would continue to be implemented strictly in the containment zones. These will be demarcated by the State/ UT Governments, after taking into consideration the guidelines issued by the Health Ministry. Within the containment zones, strict perimeter control shall be maintained and only essential activities allowed. All activities that were prohibited earlier would be opened up in areas outside Containment Zones in a phased manner, with the stipulation of following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), to be prescribed by the Health Ministry
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PM addresses 12th Episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat 2.0’
Addressing the 12th Episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat 2.0’, Prime Minister Shri NarendraModi said that battle against Corona is being fiercely waged in the country through collective efforts. He urged people to be more alert and careful in the midst of the COVID pandemic even as a major segment of the economy has been opened up.He said People have proved that the notion of service and sacrifice is not just our ideal; it is a way of life. The Prime Minister said that Yoga is good for community, immunity and unity. He called for participation in Aatmanirbhar Bharat campaign for taking the country to greater heights.The Prime Minister underlined the need for the current generation to go in for realizing their responsibility to save water as well. He stressed on the need to save Rain water and said everyone must strive for water conservation. He also requested countrymen to serve nature this 'Environment Day' by planting some trees and making resolutions in order to forge a daily relationship with nature.
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English rendering of PM’s address in the 12th Episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat 2.0’ on 31.05.2020
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ONE YEAR OF MODI 2.0 - Towards a Self-Reliant India
An exhaustive summary of various decisions taken by the Modi 2.0 Government in the last one year, adecisive period in the Indian history and the dawn of a New India.
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Railway Ministry requests State Governments to further boost planning and coordination about Shramik Trains
Railway Ministry has requested State Governments to ensure proper planning and coordination about Shramik Trains and see that projected demand for movement of stranded persons by rail mode is well chalked out and determined.While Railways have been able to place rakes on demand by States for “Shramik Specials”, there have been several instances where the passengers have not been brought to the station and notified trains have been cancelled. Some of the States have also not been giving consent to the sending States, preventing transportation of a large number of migrant labour for those States
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Shri PiyushGoyallaudsthe Pharmaceutical industry for rising to the occasion during the Covid crisis
Commerce and Industry Minister Shri PiyushGoyal today interacted with the captains of the Pharmaceutical industry, and Pharma Associations, through the Video Conference. During his interaction, Shri Goyal lauded the pharma industry for making India proud, by rising to the occasion during the Covid crisis. He said that India has been recognized as the ‘Pharmacy of the World’, as over 120 countries got some essential medicines, during the last two months, including 40 of them getting them in the form of grant, free of cost. The whole world appreciated India’s gesture, and this has swelled India’s goodwill and reputation. The Pharma industry received accolades from the Minister for their extra-ordinary performance, in ensuring that the Country did not face any type of shortage of medicines during this period.
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Indian Navy Commences Next Phase of Operation “SamudraSetu”
The next phase of Operation “SamudraSetu” to repatriate Indian citizens from overseas will commence on 01 June 2020.In this phase, Indian Navy Ship Jalashwa will repatriate 700 personnel from Colombo, Republic of Sri Lanka to Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu and subsequently repatriate another 700 personnel from Malè, Republic of Maldives to Tuticorin.Indian Navy has already repatriated 1,488 Indian nationals from Malè to Kochi during the previous phase of operations.
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Prime Minister announces "My Life My Yoga" Video Blogging contest in Man Ki Baat
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To spread the spirit of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat and to sensitize youth about fundamental duties, EBSB Club of Central university of Punjab launches a Short Video on “A Reminder on Fundamental Duties”
To sensitize the youth about our fundamental duties, the Central University of Punjab Bathinda, Punjab have released a Short Video titled “A Reminder on Fundamental Duties”. The Objective of this Video is to encourage everyone to adhere to our statutory duties as responsible citizens, to motivate every person to follow preventive guidelines issued by the government to combat the spread of COVID-19, and to appeal one and all to be a part of “Sankalp Se Sidhi Ki Aur" Movement. In this video, 28 CUPB EBSB Club student volunteers representing 28 different states across the country participated and translated fundamental duties in regional languages of their respective states.
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Dr. Jitendra Singh launches e-booklet on DARPG achievements on the occasion of 1st year of Modi Government 2.0.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Jitendra Singh said that the DARPG had lived upto Prime Minister’s vision of Good Governance and adopted the mantra of Reform, Perform and Transform in letter and spirit. Dr.Jitendra Singh said that success of the systemic reforms undertaken by DARPG was witnessed in the COVID 19 pandemic period where in several Ministries/ Departments could work from home without disruption in work by using e-Office and timely redressal of 0.87 lac COVID 19 Public Grievances in a record average time of 1.45 days/ grievance.
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Maharashtra: 2,940 new cases have been reported, taking the state tally of Covid-19 to 65,168, out of which 34,881 are active cases. Hotspot Mumbai has reported 1510 new infections on Saturday.Maharashtra Government has decided to hire doctors and nurses on honorarium basis for treatment of Covid patients in Mumbai. They will be paid Rs 80,000 p.m. honorarium.
Gujarat:With the report of 412 new cases, the total number of affected people with Covid19 in the state has gone up to 16356. Out of 6119 active cases, the conditions of 6057 people are stable while 62 are on ventilator support in the state. The death toll due to Covid-19 has crossed 1,000 mark with 27 new deaths reported during last 24 hours. 24 people died in Ahmedabad while one death each was reported from Gandhinagar, Banaskantha and Mehsana.
Madhya Pradesh:246 new infections have been reported taking the state tally of COVID-19 to 7891, out of 3104 are active cases. Most of these new cases (87 in number) have been reported from hotspot Indore.
Rajasthan:76 new infections have been reported today, taking the state tally of COVID-19 positive cases to 8693. Most of these new infections have been reported from Jaipur, followed by Jhalawar. CM Ashok Gehlot has said that corona positive cases have increased in many districts with influx of migrants, but village officials includingSarpanchs and Gram Sevaks have been handling the situation well.
Chhattisgarh:32 new COVID-19 positive cases have been reported in the state today. 16 of these new cases are from Jashpur district, 12 from Mahasamund, 2 from Korba and one each from Raipur and Bilaspur. There are 344 active cases in the state as per the latest update.
Kerala: Registration may continue for inter-state travel as the lockdown is extended. Tourism Minister has said that the lockdown relaxations suggested by the central government will be implemented only after considering the safety of the public. The Minister said that if the Centre decides to open religious places of worship, the state government would naturally follow the same while following the safety protocols. The total lockdown being enforced today is complete throughout the state. Local bodies, voluntary organisations and residents’ associations are actively participating in the Cleanliness drive as per CM's call to check spread of viral diseases ahead of south west monsoon. 58 positive cases reported yesterday; number of active cases is now 624. Five new places have been declared as hotspots taking the total to 106.
Tamil Nadu: After two months, public transportation to resume in TN from Monday except in Chennai city, Tiruvallur, Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram districts. State Information and Publicity Minister says releasing movies on OTT platform unhealthy for the cine industry. Co-operative banks in TN to offer loans of Rs 50,000 to small business owners. 938 new Covid cases reported yesterday which is the highest in a day till now; 616 cases from Chennai. Total cases till now: 21,184, Active cases: 9021, Deaths: 160, Discharged: 12,000. Active cases in Chennai are 6539.
Karnataka: Students to log in for online classes from tomorrow; many schools ask children to wear uniforms and log in to lectures with parents. Residents struggle as rain lashes Raichur district. New academic calendar after central government's guidelines: Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar. State issues new norms issued for places of worship in the State. Karnataka seeks Centre's help to bring back engineers stranded in New Zealand. 141 new cases reported yesterday. Total positive cases till now : 2922, Active cases:1874, Deaths: 49, Recovered: 994.
Andhra Pradesh:State to grant pensions within five days of enrolment to the eligible, process to begin from June 1. Endowments Department frame rules for darshans in temples. 98 new cases, two deaths reported with 43 discharged during last 24 hours after testing 9370 samples. Total cases: 3042. Active: 845, Recovered: 2135, Deaths: 62. The tally of migrants to the state who tested positive is 418, with 221 active cases, while eight have been discharged in the last 24 hours. Total covid cases from abroad stands at 111.
Telangana: With several private schools in Hyderabad set to commence online classes for academic year 2020-21, parents are in a fix as they have to invest in new devices for their children, in addition to paying the annual tuition fees. Nine babies abandoned in Hyderabad since lockdown began. Positive cases in the State as on 30th May are 2499. As on date 431 migrants and foreign evacuees tested positive.
Punjab: Chief Minister announced a 4-week extension in the lockdown in Punjab, till June 30, with more relaxations, subject to the guidelines of the central government. Making it clear that the extension of the lockdown in Punjab would be conditional to strict adherence to Covid safety protocols, including physical distancing and wearing of masks, the Chief Minister also ordered distribution of free masks to the poor. He directed Food & Civil Supplies Minister to ensure immediate steps for the distribution of masks as part of ration kits to the needy and poor, who could not afford to purchase them.
Haryana: Playing a positive role during the COVID-19 pandemic, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation has drafted a policy to convert land leased out to investors, on very low capital investment initially, into freehold after fulfilling some terms and conditions. To provide residential facilities at the minimum cost to workers in order to retain them, a provision of an increase of 10 percent has been made in FAR for industrial residence in an area of one acre or more. HSIIDC has prepared residential units and dormitories for industrial workers in IMT Manesar and Industrial Estate, Kundli in Sonipat.
Arunachal Pradesh: All 26 primary & secondary contacts of the recent 2nd COVID19 positive case tested negative. With a positive asymptomatic case detected in the State, the active positive cases now stand at 3.
Assam: 22 patients have been discharged after they tested negative for COVID19 twice. Total discharged patients 185 and active cases 1080.
Manipur: Over 19,000 Manipuri people have been brought to Jiribam railway station by special trains from different parts of the country and sent to their respective districts by buses.Wangthoiraba International Worship Centre, Lamdeng, Imphal West distributed masks, hand sanitizers and hand gloves to bus drivers and their helpers.
Mizoram: All samples of the returnees from Karnataka who travelled in special train tested COVID19 negative.
Nagaland: Nagaland Domestic flights to Dimapurcancelled due to "slot constraint", likely to resume from tomorrow. DC Wokha, in Nagaland orders odd-even number traffic rule in the district. Vehicle with odd numbers to ply on Monday, Wednesday & Friday, and those ending with even numbers on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
Sikkim: The Sikkim Home Department has written a letter to State Commerce and Industries Department to facilitate the process of bringing back non-Sikkimese employees working in the state.
Tripura: CM said that Goutam Das, a cart puller from Tripura is an inspiration to many who spent his savings to serve people during lockdown period. In Maan Ki Baat programme, PM NarendraModi also appreciated the efforts of Goutam Das.

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केरल में बाढ़ और भूस्खलन की वजह से कई ट्रेनों के परिचालन पर असर पड़ा है। कई ट्रेनों के मार्ग बदले गए हैं, तो कुछ ट्रेनें कैंसल कर दी गई हैं। लंबी दूरी की कई रेलगाड़ियों को आंशिक रूप से कैंसल किया गया है। रेलवे ने रविवार को ट्रेनों के परिचालन में किए गए परिवर्तन की सूचना जारी की है।
राज्य में भारी बारिश के चलते रेलवे ट्रैक पर पेड़ों के गिरने, भूस्खलन और बोल्डर्स के गिरने की वजह से 11 अगस्त को चलने वाली 10 ट्रेनों को पूरी तरह से कैंसल
कर दिया गया है। वहीं, 5 ट्रेनों को आंशिक रूप से रद किया गया है। इसके अलावा 2 ट्रेनों के मार्ग में परिवर्तन किया गया है।
कैंसल हैं ये ट्रेनें
11 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 16348 तिरुवनंतपुरम एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 16603 मंगलुरु-तिरुवनंतपुरम मवेली एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 16630 मंगलुरु-तिरुवनंतपुरम मालाबार एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 16356 मंगलुरु जंक्शन-कोचुवेली अंत्योदय एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 16306 कन्नूर-अर्नाकुलम इंटरसिटी एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 12678 अर्नाकुलम-बेंगलुरु इंटरसिटी एक्सप्रेस, ट्रेन नंबर 56664 कोझिकोड-त्रिशूर पसेंजर ट्रेन, ट्रेन नंबर 56603 त्रिशूर-कन्नूर पसेंजर ट्रेन, ट्रेन नंबर 56605 कोयंबटूर-त्रिशूर-कन्नूर पसेंजर ट्रेन, ट्रेन नंबर 66611 पलक्कड़-अर्नाकुलम पसेंजर ट्रेन पूरी तरह से कैंसल कर दी गई हैं।
आंशिक रूप से रद्द
11 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 12076 तिरुवनंतपुरम-कोझिकोड जन-शताब्दी एक्सप्रेस को आंशिक रूप से शोरानूर-कोझिकोड के बीच कैंसल किया गया है। वहीं 11 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 12075 कोझिकोड -तिरुवनंतपुरम जन-शताब्दी एक्सप्रेस को कोझिकोड-शोरानूर के बीच, ट्रेन नंबर 22644 पटना-अर्नाकुलम एक्सप्रेस को पलक्कड़-अर्नाकुलम के बीच, ट्रेन नंबर 12511 गोरखपुर-तिरुवनंतपुरम राप्तीसागर एक्सप्रेस कोयंबटूर-तिुवनंतपुरम के बीच और 12 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 22643 अर्नाकुल-पटना एक्सप्रेस को अर्नाकुलम-इरोड के बीच कैंसल किया गया है।
इन ट्रेनों के बदले रूट
11 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 12625 तिरुवनंतपुरम-नई दिल्ली केरल एक्सप्रेस का मार्ग परिवर्तित कर इसे नागरकॉइल टाउन, तिरुनेलवेली, मदुरै, डिंडीगुल, करुर, इरोड, सलेम और जोलारपट्टी की ओर से परिचालित किया जाएगा। वहीं, 8 अगस्त की ट्रेन नंबर 12508 सिलचर-तिरुवनंतपुरम अरोनाई एक्सप्रेस का भी रास्ता बदला गया है। यह ट्रेन सलेम, नामक्कल, करुर, डिंडीगुल, मदुरै, तिरुनेलवेली और नगेरकॉइल की से होते हुए जाएगी।
Train services in the Ernakulam-Alapuzha-Kayankulam route have been suspended till Saturday morning, after trees fell on the track between Alappuzha and Mararikulam, damaging power lines. While a few short-distance trains such as Ernakulam-Alappuzha and the return train were cancelled, others were diverted through Kottayam.
Similarly, north-bound trains from Ernakulam terminated their service at Vallathol Nagar or Wadakkanchery, due to inundation of tracks at Shornur and other places.
The Ernakulam Area Manager of Southern Railway, Nithin Nobert, said that train services through Alappuzha and from here to Chennai were scheduled to resume
from Saturday morning. It may take some more time to restore services to Mangalore, since tracks were inundated. The situation in Ernakulam Junction railway station, where tracks were partially inundated on Friday morning, had improved, he said.
Aimed at bringing relief to stranded passengers, a MEMU train operated from Ernakulam to Vallathol Nagar, at 3.15 p.m. The Railway also operated a passenger train service from here to Shornur at 6.10 p.m.
Due to flooding caused by heavy rain, trees falling on rail tracks and consequent disruption of rail traffic, changes have been made in train services as detailed below, as per a release sent by Southern Railway.
The following trains scheduled to operate on Saturday have been cancelled: No.06015 Ernakulam–Velankanni special; No.16355 Kochuveli–Mangaluru express; No.16356 Mangaluru–Kochuveli express; No.56380 Kayankulam–Ernakulam passenger; Nos.56362 / 56363 Kottayam–Nilambur Road–Kottayam passenger trains; No.56362 / 56363 Kottayam–Nilambur Road–Kottayam passenger trains; No.66307 Ernakulam–Kollam MEMU; No.56365 Guruvayur–Punalur passenger; No.56366 Punalur–Guruvayur passenger; No.56388 Kayankulam–Ernakulam passenger; No.56300 Kollam–Alappuzha passenger; No.56302 Alappuzha–Ernakulam passenger; No.16841 Guruvayur–Thiruvananthapuram express; No.12076 Thiruvananthapuram–Kozhikode Jan Shatabdi Express and train No.12075 Kozhikkode–Thiruvananthapuram Jan Shatabdi Express. Train No.56305 Kottayam–Kollam passenger and No.06016 Velankanni–Ernakulam special scheduled for Sunday are cancelled.
Train No.16317 Kanniyakumari–Jammu Tawi Himsagar Express and No.16525 Kanniyakumari–Bengaluru Island Express were diverted to run via Tirunelveli. The other trains sent through the route are No.16315 Bengaluru–Kochuveli Express which will operate through Salem, Karur, Dindigul, Madurai, Tirunelveli and Nagercoil Town; No.16525 Kanniyakumari–Bengaluru Island Express via Nagercoil Town, Tirunelveli, Madurai, Dindigul, Karur, Erode and Salem; No.16317 Kanniyakumari–Shrimata Vaishno Devi Katra Himsagar Express diverted to run via Nagercoil Town and Tirunelveli and No.12660 Shalimar–Nagercoil Gurudev Express diverted to run via Palakkad, Palakkad Town, Pollachi, Dindigul, Madurai and Tirunelveli.
The Railway would operate a one-way special train between Ernakulam Junction and Chennai Central station on August 15. It would begin from Ernakulam at 7.30 p.m. and it reach Chennai at 9.30 a.m. the next day.
In the meantime, P. Krishnakumar, general secretary of Thrissur Railway Passengers' Association (TRPA), has thanked Railway officials, especially the Ernakulam Area Manager for operating a MEMU train and Shornur Passenger train amidst adverse weather conditions.
In the meantime, the Thiruvananthapuram Railway Division has opened a help desk to inform passengers of train services. It can be contacted on 9188292595 and 9188293595.
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Aug 09 2019 (16:57)
Station Tag: Kasaragod/KGQ added by MCPNBR~/261443
Trains:  MGR Chennai Central - Alappuzha (Alleppey) SF Express/22639   Alappuzha - Kannur Executive Express/16307   Kannur - Alappuzha Executive Express/16308   Kochuveli - Mysuru Express/16316   Alappuzha - MGR Chennai Central (Alleppey) SF Express/22640   Alappuzha - Dhanbad (Bokaro) Express/13352   Thiruvananthapuram Central - Guruvayur InterCity Express/16842   Chennai Egmore - Guruvayur Express/16127   Kozhikode - Thiruvananthapuram Central Jan Shatabdi Express/12075   Thiruvananthapuram Central - Kozhikode Jan Shatabdi Express/12076   Maveli Express/16603   Thiruvananthapuram Central - Hazrat Nizamuddin Rajdhani Express/12431   Guruvayur - Thiruvananthapuram Intercity Express/16841   Kottayam - Nilambur Road Passenger/56362   Nilambur Road - Kottayam Passenger/56363   Ernakulam - Guruvayur Passenger/56376   Alappuzha - Ernakulam MEMU/66314   Kayamkulam - Ernakulam Passenger(Via Alappuzha)/56380   Kollam - Alappuzha MEMU/66312   Ernakulam - Alappuzha MEMU/66313   Ernakulam - Kayamkulam Passenger (via Alappuzha)/56383   Kottayam - Kollam Passenger/56305   Ernakulam - Kayamkulam Passenger(via Kottayam)/56387   Nagercoil - Kottayam Passenger/56304   Alappuzha - Kollam MEMU/66311   Thiruvananthapuram Central - Kannur Jan Shatabdi Express/12082   Kannur - Thiruvananthapuram Central Jan Shatabdi Express/12081   Kayamkulam - Ernakulam Passenger(via Kottayam)/56388   Ernakulam - Kollam MEMU (Via Alappuzha )/66309   Kollam - Ernakulam MEMU [via Alappuzha]/66310   Guruvayur - Punalur Fast Passenger/56365   Punalur - Guruvayur Fast Passenger/56366   Kollam - Ernakulam MEMU (via Kottayam)/66308   Ernakulam - Kollam MEMU (via Kottayam)/66307   Mangaluru Jn. - Kochuveli Antyodaya Express/16356   Kochuveli - Mangaluru Jn. Antyodaya Express/16355  
കോഴിക്കോട്/തിരുവനന്തപുരം: കനത്ത മഴയിലും വെള്ളപ്പാച്ചിലിലും ട്രാക്കുകള്‍ തകര്‍ന്നതിനേത്തുടര്‍ന്ന് സംസ്ഥാനത്ത് ട്രെയിന്‍ ഗതാഗതം തടസ്സപ്പെട്ടു. ഒട്ടുമിക്ക ട്രെയിനുകളും റദ്ദാക്കി. പാലക്കാട് - ഷൊറണൂര്‍, കോഴിക്കോട്-ഷൊറണൂര്‍, എറണാകുളം- ആലപ്പുഴ പാതയില്‍ ഗതാഗതം തടസ്സപ്പെട്ടു. എറണാകുളം- തൃശൂര്‍ പാതയില്‍ പലയിടത്തായി ട്രെയിനുകള്‍ പിടിച്ചിട്ടിരിക്കുകയാണ്. ചാലക്കുടി പാലത്തിന്റെ നില തൃപ്തികരമാണെങ്കില്‍ മാത്രം ഈ റൂട്ടില്‍ ഗതാഗതം പുനസ്ഥാപിച്ചേക്കും. നിലവില്‍ മംഗലാപുരം - കോഴിക്കോട് പാത മാത്രമാണ് ഗതാഗതയോഗ്യമായത്. 
ഒറ്റപ്പാലത്ത് ട്രാക്കില്‍ വെള്ളം കയറിയതിനാലാണ് പാലക്കാട് -ഷൊറണൂര്‍ റൂട്ടില്‍ ട്രെയിന്‍ ഗതാഗതം നിര്‍ത്തിയത്. ട്രാക്കിലേക്ക് മരം വീണ് തുടര്‍ച്ചയായി തടസ്സങ്ങളുണ്ടാകുന്ന സാഹചര്യത്തില്‍ മുന്‍കരുതലെന്ന നിലയിലാണ് ആലപ്പുഴ വഴിയുള്ള ട്രെയിന്‍ ഗതാഗതം നിര്‍ത്തിയത്. കോട്ടയം പാതയില്‍ ഏറ്റുമാനൂരും മരം വീണു. ചെന്നൈ മെയില്‍, തിരുവനന്തപുരം എക്‌സ്പ്രസ്, മാവേലി എക്‌സ്പ്രസ് തുടങ്ങിയവ റദ്ദാക്കിയവില്‍ ഉള്‍പ്പെടുന്നു.
റദ്ദാക്കിയ ട്രെയിനുകള്‍
    Train No.16355 Kochuveli – Mangaluru express of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
2.      Train No.16356 Mangaluru – Kochuveli express of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
3.      Train No.56383 Ernakulam – Kayankulam passenger train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
4.      Train No.56380 Kayankulam – Ernakulam passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
5.      Train No.56362 / 56363 Kottayam – Nilambur Road – Kottayam passenger trains of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
6.      Train No.56305 Kottayam – Kollam passenger train of 11.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
7.      Train No.66308 Kollam – Ernakulam MEMU train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
8.      Train No.66309 Ernakulam – Kollam MEMU train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
9.      Train No.66310 Kollam – Ernakulam MEMU train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
10.  Train No.66307 Ernakulam – Kollam MEMU train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
11.  Train No.56376 Ernakulam – Guruvayur passenger train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
12.  Train No.56365 Guruvayur – Punalur passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
13.  Train No.56366 Punalur – Guruvayur passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
14.  Train No.56387 Ernakulam – Kayankulam passenger train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
15.  Train No.56388 Kayankulam – Ernakulam passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
16.  Train No.56303 Ernakulam – Alappuzha passenger train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
17.  Train No.56301 Alappuzha – Kollam passenger train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
18.  Train No.56300 Kollam – Alappuzha passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
19.  Train No.56302 Alappuzha – Ernakulam passenger train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
20.  Train No.16842 Thiruvananthapuram – Guruvayur express train of 09.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
21.  Train No.16841 Guruvayur – Thiruvananthapuram express train of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
22.  Train No.12076 Thiruvananthapuram – Kozhikkode Jan Shatabdi express of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
23.  Train No.12075 Kozhikkode – Thiruvananthapuram Jan Shatabdi express of 10.08.2019 is fully cancelled.
ഭാഗികമായി റദ്ദാക്കിയ ട്രെയിനുകള്‍
1.      Train No.12081 / 12082 Kannur – Thiruvananthapuram – Kannur Jan Shatabdi express trains of 09.08.2019 short terminated at Ernakulam Town.
2.      Train No.22639 / 22640 Chennai Central – Alappuzha – Chennai Central express trains of 09.08.2019 short terminated at Ernakulam Jn.
3.      Train No.16307 / 16308 Kannur – Alappuzha – Kannur express trains of 09.08.2019 short terminated at Ernakulam Jn.
4.      Train No.56304 Nagercoil – Kottayam passenger train of 09.08.2019 short terminated at Kollam.
5.      Train No.56365 / 56366 Guruvayur – Punalur – Guruvayur passenger trains of 09.08.2019 partially cancelled between Kollam - Punalur.
സമയം പുനക്രമീകരിച്ച ട്രെയിനുകള്‍
1.      Train No.16316 Kochuveli – Bengaluru express, scheduled to leave Kochuveli at 16.45 hrs. on 09.08.2019, has been rescheduled to leave Kochuveli at 21.30 hrs.
2.      Train No.12431 Thiruvananthapuram – Hazrat Nizamuddin Rajdhani express, scheduled to leave Thiruvananthapuram at 19.15 hrs. on 09.08.2019, has been rescheduled to leave Thiruvananthapuram at 21.15 hrs.
3.      Train No.13352 Alappuzha – Dhanbad express, scheduled to leave Alappuzha at 06.00 hrs. on 09.08.2019, has been rescheduled to leave Alappuzha at 19.00 hrs.
കോട്ടയം വഴി തിരിച്ചുവിട്ട ട്രെയിനുകള്‍
1.      Train No.12431 Thiruvananthapuram – Hazrat Nizamuddin Rajdhani express of 09.08.2019 diverted to run via Kottayam.
2.      Train No.16127 Chennai Egmore – Guruvayur express, leaving Chennai Egmore on 09.08.2019, diverted to run via Kottayam.
3.      Train No.16603 Mangaluru – Thiruvananthapuram express of 09.08.2019 diverted to run via Kottayam.
4.      Train No.16316 Kochuveli – Bengaluru express of 09.08.2019 diverted to run via Kottayam.
5.      Train No.16315 Bengaluru – Kochuveli express of 09.08.2019 diverted to run via Kottayam.
6.      Train No.19331 Kochuveli – Indore express of 09.08.2019 diverted to run via Kottayam.
7.      Train No.12218 Chandigarh – Kochuveli express, scheduled to reach Kochuveli on 09.08.2019, diverted to run via Kottayam.
Heavy Rain; Train transportation dusrupted across Kerala
Sep 17 2018 (14:57) Stops sought for Antyodaya Express - KERALA - The Hindu (
Temporary Stops

News Entry# 358468  Blog Entry# 3815602   
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Sep 17 2018 (14:57)
Station Tag: Kanhangad/KZE added by a2z~/1674352

Sep 17 2018 (14:57)
Train Tag: Mangaluru Jn. - Kochuveli Antyodaya Express/16356 added by a2z~/1674352

Sep 17 2018 (14:57)
Train Tag: Kochuveli - Mangaluru Jn. Antyodaya Express/16355 added by a2z~/1674352
The Kanhangad Railway Passengers Association has sought stoppage for the Mangaluru Junction-Kochuveli biweekly Antyodaya Express train at Kanhangad and other major stations in the State to help night passengers travel in the fully unreserved train.
K.V.V. Satyanarayanan, chief electrical traction engineer, Southern Railways has agreed to take up the issue before the Southern Railway General Manager, association president T. Muhammed Aslam said in a statement. Mr. Satyanarayanan was on a visit here on Saturday to carry out inspection of the railway station and its premises.
“I am fully convinced about the “genuine demand”
to provide stoppage for the train at Kanhangad, which has huge passenger potential,” he opined.
Listing the difficulties faced by passengers at the ‘A’ grade railway station, Mr. Aslam called upon the official to ensure elevator facility to help aged and differently abled passengers, more parking space, full roofing of the busy first and second platforms, among others.
Retiring rooms
Mr. Satyanarayanan was also apprised the official of the need to set up VIP launch and retiring rooms in view of the steady rise in the number of passengers.
The railway station, known for heavy passenger potential, lacks adequate lighting system on platform No. 2, posing difficulties for passengers boarding and alighting from long-distance trains during night.
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