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NIM KA THANA

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Address: Uttar Pradesh 261402, India

Station Code: NMK

Station Name: NIM KA THANA

Zone: NWR/North Western

Total Unique Trains: 14

Train Frequency Weekly: 20

Station Traffic: Low

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
05711APDJ AII SPECIA17:1517:172SU3A,SL
05712AII APDJ SPL10:3010:322TU3A,SL
09413ADI BHIWANI SPL20:2020:222M,THCC,2S
09414BNW ADI SPL06:4606:482TU,FCC,2S
09627AII DEE SF SPL08:2808:302M,W,SACC,2S
09628DEE AII SF SPL18:5618:582M,W,SACC,2S
12065NZM JAN SHATABD08:2808:302F,SUCC,2S
12066AII JAN SHATABD18:5618:582F,SUCC,2S
12981CHETAK EXP22:3022:322M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
12982CHETAK EXP01:4401:462M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
19029BDTS DEE EXPRES09:3009:322TH2A,3A,SL
19030DEE BDTS EXP18:5819:002TH2A,3A,SL
22451CDG SUP FAST08:4608:482TU,F2A,3A,SL
22452CDG BDTS SF EXP13:0013:022W,SU2A,3A,SL
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

1
2015/6/512-06-2015
Rain Water Harvesting – CR to save Rs.1.44 Crore Per Annum

Rain Water Harvesting – CR to save Rs.1.44 Crore Per Annum

Rapid urbanization resulting decrease in infiltration of rain water into the sub soil drastically, thus diminishing ground water recharge.  Central Railway has adopted Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) as a part of finding solution to the ever increasing water needs.  It has already installed RWH at 50 different locations like railway stations, maintenance sheds and few colonies in the last 5 years.

Notable among the installations is Lokmanya Tilak Terminus which is a low cost and no maintenance RWH costing approximately Rs.10 lakh.  CR has identified the area and 2000 meter trench with cross section of 1.5meter x 1.0 meter excavated and filled with crushed stone of different grading.
  
These crushed stones provide a medium to collect the rain water and create the pressure head which increases the percolation rate of soil.  This system is so effective that even during the very high intensity of rainfall up to 100 mm per day approximately 70% rain water will percolate in the soil.

The rain harvesting project introduced by Central Railway will help in catering for 40% requirement of daily 18 lakhs liters of water requirement at LTT, which will help in saving of Rs.12 lakhs per month or Rs.1.44 Crore annually.

Benefits of RWH

* conservation of  rain water, 
* Improvement in infiltration and reduction in run-off thereby reducing flooding during the rainy season , 
* increasing the water table of surrounding area and recharging  ground water  with fresh water.  
* improving the ground water quality by  reducing the salt content, making it portable for drinking and other use like garden, cleaning, washing etc.
* Preventing erosion of soil.
* No water logging in LTT circulating area of 50000 square meter.
---- --- ---- ---- ---- ---- 
Date: June 12, 2015



(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer




2
12-06-2015
Jansadharan Special Train Between Ambala Cantt. And Saharsa (Single Trip in Each Direction)

             To clear extra rush of rail passengers during Summer season-2015, Railway will run special train no. 05533/05534 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special(Single Trip in Each Direction) as per the following programme:-

               The 05533 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt. Jansadharan Special train will depart from Saharsa today i.e. o­n 12.06.2015 (single trip) at 07.00 p.m. to reach Ambala Cantt. at 00.30 midnight the third day. In the return direction, the 05534 Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special train will depart from Ambala Cantt. o­n 14.06.2015 (single trip) at 02.30 a.m. to reach Saharsa at 02.45 p.m. the next day.

              Comprising of Sixteen General Class and two Second Class cum Luggage Van coaches, the 05533/05534 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special train will stop at Simri Bakhtiyarpur, Mansi, Khagaria, Hasanpur Road, Rusera Ghat, Samastipur, Laheria Sarai, Darbhanga, Kamtaul, Janakpur Road, Sitamarhi, Bairagnia, Raxaul, Sagauli, Bettiah, Narkatiaganj, Bagah, Gorakhpur, Khalilabad, Basti, Gonda, Sitapur Cantt., Shahjahanpur, Bareilley, Moradabad & Saharanpur stations enroute in both the directions.








COMMENTS

1
2015/6/512-06-2015
Rain Water Harvesting – CR to save Rs.1.44 Crore Per Annum

Rain Water Harvesting – CR to save Rs.1.44 Crore Per Annum

Rapid urbanization resulting decrease in infiltration of rain water into the sub soil drastically, thus diminishing ground water recharge.  Central Railway has adopted Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) as a part of finding solution to the ever increasing water needs.  It has already installed RWH at 50 different locations like railway stations, maintenance sheds and few colonies in the last 5 years.

Notable among the installations is Lokmanya Tilak Terminus which is a low cost and no maintenance RWH costing approximately Rs.10 lakh.  CR has identified the area and 2000 meter trench with cross section of 1.5meter x 1.0 meter excavated and filled with crushed stone of different grading.
  
These crushed stones provide a medium to collect the rain water and create the pressure head which increases the percolation rate of soil.  This system is so effective that even during the very high intensity of rainfall up to 100 mm per day approximately 70% rain water will percolate in the soil.

The rain harvesting project introduced by Central Railway will help in catering for 40% requirement of daily 18 lakhs liters of water requirement at LTT, which will help in saving of Rs.12 lakhs per month or Rs.1.44 Crore annually.

Benefits of RWH

* conservation of  rain water, 
* Improvement in infiltration and reduction in run-off thereby reducing flooding during the rainy season , 
* increasing the water table of surrounding area and recharging  ground water  with fresh water.  
* improving the ground water quality by  reducing the salt content, making it portable for drinking and other use like garden, cleaning, washing etc.
* Preventing erosion of soil.
* No water logging in LTT circulating area of 50000 square meter.
---- --- ---- ---- ---- ---- 
Date: June 12, 2015



(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer




2
12-06-2015
Jansadharan Special Train Between Ambala Cantt. And Saharsa (Single Trip in Each Direction)

             To clear extra rush of rail passengers during Summer season-2015, Railway will run special train no. 05533/05534 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special(Single Trip in Each Direction) as per the following programme:-

               The 05533 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt. Jansadharan Special train will depart from Saharsa today i.e. o­n 12.06.2015 (single trip) at 07.00 p.m. to reach Ambala Cantt. at 00.30 midnight the third day. In the return direction, the 05534 Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special train will depart from Ambala Cantt. o­n 14.06.2015 (single trip) at 02.30 a.m. to reach Saharsa at 02.45 p.m. the next day.

              Comprising of Sixteen General Class and two Second Class cum Luggage Van coaches, the 05533/05534 Saharsa- Ambala Cantt.- Saharsa Jansadharan Special train will stop at Simri Bakhtiyarpur, Mansi, Khagaria, Hasanpur Road, Rusera Ghat, Samastipur, Laheria Sarai, Darbhanga, Kamtaul, Janakpur Road, Sitamarhi, Bairagnia, Raxaul, Sagauli, Bettiah, Narkatiaganj, Bagah, Gorakhpur, Khalilabad, Basti, Gonda, Sitapur Cantt., Shahjahanpur, Bareilley, Moradabad & Saharanpur stations enroute in both the directions.





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Anu Difusa- Tue Mar 15 22:12 2016


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