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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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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 2020/04 03-04-2020
MUMBAI
W. RLY TO PREPARE 460 ISOLATION COACHES FOR COVID-19 PATIENTS TO BE EQUIPPED WITH ALL NECESSARY FACILITIES


W. RLY TO PREPARE 460 ISOLATION COACHES FOR COVID-19 PATIENTS TO BE EQUIPPED WITH ALL NECESSARY FACILITIES

Photo Caption:Various exterior as well as interior views of the Isolation coach being modified by W. Rly's workshop at Lower Parel as per the guidelines of Railway Board.

Looking to Covid-19 a global pandemic, Indian Railways has come forward to contribute to its fullest capacity. As part of COVID-19 preparedness, Indian Railways has decided to modify 20,000 coaches into quarantine/ isolation coaches to augment the quarantine facilities being created in the country. These modified 20000 coaches can accommodate upto 3.2 lac possible beds for isolation needs. Work o­n modification of 5000 coaches has been taken in the first phase; which are to be converted into quarantine/ isolation coaches has already started. These 5000 coaches would be having capacity to accommodate upto 80000 beds. o­ne coach is expected to have 16 beds for isolation. In this line, Western Railway has also decided to convert the existing coaches to Isolation ward. Western Railway is targeting to undertake 460 coaches within a week as decided by Ministry of Railways to support our medical team.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, Western Railway has targeted to undertake total 460 coaches and the coaches selected are non AC sleeper and general second class coaches. Out of these 460 coaches, 170 will be undertaken by Mumbai division, while 45 by Vadodara, 75 by Ratlam, 70 by Ahmedabad, 20 by Rajkot & 80 by Bhavnagar division. In this mission, the entire zone i.e. all workshops and coaches in the depots are working o­n it. There are a lot many constraints for getting the material from open market as markets are closed and people are not coming up to deliver due to lock down. Railway is putting best efforts to complete the coaches o­n top priority so that there is no scarcity of isolation centers/beds. The first prototype prepared as per the guidelines by Railway Board, is ready at Bhavnagar Workshop. Both middle berths are removed in each cabin. Extra bottle holders shall be provided in each cabin for holding medical equipment, two for each berth. Extra 3 peg coat hooks, 2 per cabin to be provided. Mosquito net to be provided o­n windows to avoid mosquito entry inside and have proper ventilation too. Each cabin will be provided with 3 dustbins with foot operated lids of Red, Blue and Yellow Colour suitably lined with garbage bags. o­ne Indian style toilet will be converted into a bathing room. It will be equipped with bucket, mug and soap dispenser. Taps with lift type handle would be provided in washbasins. Similar taps to be provided at proper height so that bucket can be filled. The  first  cabin  near  the  bathing  room  shall  be  provided  with  two hospital/ plastic curtains transversely in the aisle so that the entry and exit to the entire eight berth cabins can be screened off. This cabin will be used as store/paramedics area. Two Oxygen cylinders will also be provided by the Medical department for which suitable clamping arrangement o­n the side berth side of this cabin is to be provided. For insulation of the coaches, Bamboo/Khus mats shall be affixed/ pasted o­n roof and each side of coach above and below windows to shield effect of heat inside coach. All charging points for laptop and mobile will be functional and all such amenity fittings whenever the coaches are requisitioned.

Some of the main features of coaches are as under.

One lavatory is converted to bath room equipped with bathing facilities.

Provision of water taps that can be operated by elbow.

Provision of foot operated dust bins.

Plastic curtains.

Additional hanging arrangements for the use of medical equipments.

Mosquito nets o­n windows.

Store room for medicos.

Holding arrangements of oxygen cylinders.

Middle berths are removed from sleeper coaches to accommodate patients.

 

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WR Press Release No. 2020/02 10-02-2020
MUMBAI
WESTERN RAILWAY’S MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ORGANISED CANCER AWARENESS PROGRAMMES

      

WESTERN RAILWAY’S MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ORGANISED CANCER AWARENESS PROGRAMMES

 

Photo caption: The view of Cancer Awareness Campaigns conducted by Western Railway’s Medical Department at various locations such as Lower Parel Workshop,Churchgate Headquarter office and Mumbai Central Divisional Railway Manager’s Office from 4th – 6th of February, 2020.

 

To commemorate World Cancer Day o­n 4th February, 2020, Western Railway’s Medical Department took the initiative to organise several cancer awareness campaigns and programmes to share knowledge and understanding of this deadly disease among patients, caregivers, staff and doctors, alike. These awareness campaigns were organized from 4th – 6th of February at various locations such as Mumbai Central Divisional Railway Manager’s Office, Lower Parel Workshop, Churchgate Headquarter office, etc.

 

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, sensitization programmes were conducted during the campaign with special emphasis o­n oral, breast and cervical cancers. o­n 04th February, 2020, cancer awareness programme was held at Goonj Hall in Divisional Railway Manager’s Office at Mumbai Central, while o­n 5th February, 2020 at Conference Hall, Lower Parel Workshop and o­n 6th February, 2020 at Godbole Hall Churchgate. Dr Meena Iyer – Assistant Chief Medical Superintendent (Health & Family Welfare) was the key person for organizing the educative lectures. She explained the audience about importance of early detection and better out come in many of the cancers. Dr. J. P. Rawat - Chief Medical Superintendent of Mumbai Central also spoke about the various health aspects and how to maintain a good health. He stated that the best original doctor for your body is yourself and hence do not ignore the signals given by your body and take action if signals are persisting (examination & screening for early recognition of disease). He informed that most of the diseases such as cancer, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease are due to our poor life style. More than 35 crores are being spent by Western Railway o­n the treatment of Cancer alone per year, which can be reduced if everyone of us become attentive and take out at least an hour out of 24 hours for the maintenance of health. For physical health o­ne need to excercise, stretching, have nourishing food, adequate water, rest and sleep whereas for mental health o­ne has to keep a watch o­n the content we eat alongwith reading, positive affirmation and practicing mindfulness. Similarly, for spiritual health, o­ne should include Prayers, Inspiration, Meditation and spend quality time in nature whereas for emotional health, we have to indulge in activities such as dancing and singing, Playing, spending quality times with loved o­nes and not hurting anyone while communication. Various experts of the likes of Dr. Dolorosa Fernandez, Dr Heena Shaikh and Dr Vasundhara Kulkarni from the Deptt of preventive o­ncology, TATA Memorial Hospital, gave powerpoint presentation with detailed explanation about what is cancer, type of cancer, cause of cancer, how tobacco causes multiple problems including more oral cancers, how to prevent cancer. Interactive question-answer sessions were also conducted. It showed that Breast cancer cases in female and Oral cancer cases in male are at highest in India. A Practical video was also shown for self breast examination to detect cancer.

 

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