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LOWER HAFLONG

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Address: Lower Haflong Railway Station, Haflong, Assam 788819, India

Station Code: LFG)LOWER HAFLON

Station Name: LFG)LOWER HAFLONG

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 0

Train Frequency Weekly: 1

Station Traffic: Low

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No.2019/11 14-11-2019
MUMBAI
GM - W. Rly declares Lower Parel Workshop as a Zero-Scrap Workshop

                                                              

GM - W. Rly declares Lower Parel Workshop

as a Zero-Scrap Workshop

SHRI A. K. GUPTA – GM/W. RLY CONDUCTED INSPECTION & REVIEW OF CARRIAGE REPAIR WORKSHOP, LOWER PAREL

 

Carriage Repair Workshop, Lower Parel, has achieved earnings to the tune of approx. Rs 22 crore in 7 months during the current financial year by disposing off over 4500 ton ferrous scrap, 200 ton non-ferrous scrap and 2700 tons of other miscellaneous scrap

Photo Caption: in the first photo, Shri Gupta is seen inaugurating the 75th Utkrisht coach at Carriage Repair Workshop, Lower Parel o­n Wednesday, 13thNovember, 2019. In the second photo, Shri Gupta is seen unveiling the plaque declaring Lower Parel Workshop as a Zero-Scrap Workshop

Shri Anil Kumar Gupta - General Manager of Western Railway inspected the Carriage Repair Workshop, Lower Parel o­n Wednesday, 13thNovember, 2019 along with Shri Ashesh Agrawal - Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer, Shri J.P. Pandey - Principal Chief Materials Manager, Shri Surbhit Mathur - Chief Workshop Engineer and other senior officers from Headquarter office, Dahod, Mahalaxmi, Pratapnagar - Vadodara and Bhavnagar Workshops. The General Manager was warmly welcomed by Shri Tarun Huria - Chief Workshop Manager and all employees of the Workshop.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, Shri A.K. Gupta reviewed the achievements of all the Workshops of Western Railway. Shri Gupta also flagged off the 75th Utkrisht coach, while appreciating the good work done to improve passenger comfort. o­n this occasion, Lower Parel Workshop showcased the first LHB general coach retro-fitted with air-springs to enhance passenger riding comfort. This modification also enables provision of bio-digester tanks o­n the coach. Thereafter, the General Manager conducted a detailed inspection of the Workshop. He appreciated the hard work and dedication of entire Workshop. Shri Gupta declared Lower Parel Workshop as a Zero-Scrap Workshop. The Workshop has disposed off over 4500 ton ferrous scrap, 200 ton non-ferrous scrap and 2700 ton other miscellaneous scrap have been disposed off in this financial year earning a revenue of tentatively Rs 22 crore in 7 months of current financial year compared to Rs.26 crore in last financial year. Shri Gupta was also delighted by the development of green patches and vertical gardens at various kshops and sections developed by the staff of Lower Parel workshop.

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2
2019/1114-11-2019
Mumbai
ON WORLD DIABETES DAY HEALTH CHECK-UP CAMP & EXHIBITION HELD AT CHURCHGATE STATION BY W.RLY


ON WORLD DIABETES DAY HEALTH CHECK-UP CAMP & EXHIBITION

HELD AT CHURCHGATE STATION BY W.RLY



Photo caption: Shri V.K. Tripathi – Additional General Manager of Western Railway inaugurated the health check-up camp & exhibition organised by Medical Dept. of W.Rly in association with P.D. Hinduja Hospital & Research Centre at Churchgate station o­n 14th November, 2019. Commuters at Churchgate station took out time from their busy schedule to get their free check-up done.

On the occasion of World Diabetes Day, a health check-up camp and exhibition was organised by Medical department, WR in association with P.D. Hinduja Hospital & Research centre at CCG station o­n 14th November, 2019. The camp was inaugurated by Shri. V. K. Tripathi - Additional General Manager of W.Rly in the presence of Dr. Ghanshyam Sahoo – Principal Chief Medical Director of W.Rly and Dr. J. P. Rawat - Chief Medical Supdt of Mumbai Central Division alongwith Dr. M. Shekhar - ACMD(MS), Dr. I. Bhattacharya - ACMD(IH), Dr. Poonam Sharma – ACMS(A), Mumbai Central, Dr. K. Tiwari - Sr. Consultant, Churchgate, Dr. Rashmi Varma - Sr. Consultant, Churchgate, Dr. Meena Kumari - ACMS/Lower Parel, Dr. Swati Singh - ACMS/Bandra & Dr. Anupama - Sr DMO/Bandra. 

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, health lecture was given by Dr G Sahoo - PCMD/WR about rapidly progressive disease, causes and how to manage it and Dr J P Rawat CMS/BCT spoke about Family and diabetes gave live example how the people have denial of illness o­n first examination, how they complicate the illness through misconception, hence these health educative lecture are essential to all. Out of 2 diabetic diagnosed o­nly one knows about diabetes. Family plays a crucial role in the management of diabetes.AGM Shri Tripathi also spoke o­n the occasion of diabetes and family. The lecture was attended by drs and staff of medical and CHI department and general public. Posters depicting the symptoms, complications and importance of early detection and proper treatment of diabetes were displayed. Food exhibits kept showing the healthy foods. Investigations done were Random blood sugar, BP monitoring, Height, weight and BMI measurement, BMD measurement and diet counselling. Total 550 beneficiaries were checked. 45 were found to have blood sugar in the higher range were counselled by dietician. Counselling was also done by Dr. Swati Singh ACMS/BA and Dr. Anupama Verma Sr.DMO/BA and people informed about the aspects of diabetes affecting the family and how it can be managed with cooperation of family members.

 

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