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15484 MAHANANDA EXP

Train Schedule & Fare
15484-MAHANANDA EXP
Delhi to Alipur duar jn | Distance-1651Kms | Travel Time 35:20Hrs | Avg Speed 47Km/Hr

Runs On- MON,TUE,WED,THU,FRI,SAT,SUN
Fare Approx
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S.noCodeStn NameArr.Dep.HaltDisDay
1DLIDELHISource06:4001
2DSADELHI SHAHDARA06:5606:582:0071
3GZBGHAZIABAD07:2607:282:00201
4CHLCHOLA08:0408:062:00681
5KRJKHURJA JN08:2108:232:00831
6ALJNALIGARH JN09:0009:055:001261
7HRSHATHRAS JN09:2709:325:001561
8JLSJALESAR ROAD09:4609:482:001761
9TDLTUNDLA JN11:0011:088:002041
10FZDFIROZABAD11:3011:322:002211
11SKBSHIKOHABAD JN11:5311:552:002411
12ETWETAWAH12:3812:402:002961
13BNTBHARTHANA12:5612:582:003161
14ULDACHALDA13:1513:172:003361
15PHDPHAPHUND13:3313:352:003521
16JJKJHINJHAK13:5213:542:003721
17RURARURA14:1114:132:003911
18CNBKANPUR CENTRAL15:1215:208:004341
19FTPFATEHPUR16:2316:252:005121
20ALDALLAHABAD JN17:5518:0510:006281
21NYNNAINI18:1618:182:006361
22BDLVINDHYACHAL19:1019:122:007111
23MZPMIRZAPUR19:3319:352:007181
24MGSMUGHAL SARAI JN21:0021:1515:007811
25BXRBUXAR22:4122:432:008751
26ARAARA23:2823:302:009431
27DNRDANAPUR23:5723:592:009831
28PNBEPATNA JN00:3501:0025:009932
29BKPBAKHTIYARPUR JN01:3501:372:0010382
30MKAMOKAMEH JN02:2202:242:0010822
31BJUBARAUNI JN03:5504:005:0011032
32BGSBEGU SARAI04:2204:242:0011182
33LKNLAKHMINIA04:5404:562:0011362
34SKJSAHIBPUR KML JN05:0805:102:0011452
35KGGKHAGARIA JN05:3605:382:0011582
36MNEMANSI JN05:4605:482:0011672
37MSKMAHES KHUNT06:0306:052:0011782
38PSRPASRAHA06:2806:302:0011902
39NNRNARAYANPUR06:5807:002:0012022
40THBTHANA BIHPUR JN07:2807:302:0012092
41NNANAUGACHIA08:0408:062:0012252
42KUEKURSELA08:3608:382:0012432
43CRRKARAGOLA ROAD08:5508:572:0012602
44SMOSEMAPUR09:1109:132:0012712
45KIRKATIHAR JN09:3009:5020:0012822
46LAVLABHA10:1610:182:0013052
47AZRAZAMNAGAR ROAD10:4110:432:0013252
48BOEBARSOI JN10:5610:582:0013382
49DLKDALKOLHA11:2111:232:0013672
50KNEKISHANGANJ11:4811:502:0013962
51AUBALUABARI ROAD12:1512:172:0014262
52NJPNEW JALPAIGURI13:3013:4515:0014832
53SGUJSILIGURI JN14:0514:105:0014902
54NMZNEW MAL JN15:0615:115:0015382
55BNVBINNAGURI15:5015:522:0015822
56DLODALGAON16:0316:052:0015912
57HSAHASIMARA16:4016:422:0016162
58APDJALIPUR DUAR JN18:00Destination16512
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RECENT NEWS

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1003201510-03-2015
MALIGAON
LAUDABLE PERFORMANCE BY ALIPURDUAR DIVISION


 The Alipurduar Division of N. F. Railway has created a record by loading 90 goods trains from a single loading point over the last two months and earned about Rs. 37 crores revenue from these loadings. The division has also stepped up other revenue earning activities like drives against ticketless travel and o­n-run checks, thereby realising about Rs. 9 crore from about o­ne lakh ticketless and irregular travellers during the last 11 months.

With the inclusion of Chautara station o­n 28thFebruary 2015, the division has brought all of its 68 stations under the Rail Shakti Scheme, wherein the earnings from station are directly deposited into a bank. The Rail Shakti Scheme is a national scheme of Indian Railways and all stations under the Indian Railways are being brought under this scheme in a phased manner.

The Alipurduar Division is also implementing a number of developmental projects including the proposed doubling of track between Gumanuhat – New Coochbehar & New Coochbehar – Samuktala Road at an estimated cost of Rs. 250 crore during the 2015-16 financial year. For convenience of passengers, a new computerised Passenger Reservation System (PRS) was opened at Salakati station from 28th Feberuary 2015.

Apart from these, a few coaches of the 15483 / 15484 Sikkim Mahananda Express, which is maintained in the Alipurduar Coaching Depot, have been retro-fitted with “Bio-Toilets”. These toilets are designed to enhance hygiene using a green technology to ensure that human excrement are not discharges from the toilets o­nto the track or station and o­nly clean water flows through the outlets.


(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)
CPRO/N.F.Railway





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