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Address: Basudebpur Railway Station, NH-34, West Bengal 742224, India

Station Code: NILE)NIMTIT

Station Name: NILE)NIMTITA

Zone: ER/Eastern

Total Unique Trains: 29

Train Frequency Weekly: 155

Station Traffic: High

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73037AZ NILE DMU04:10Des--TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
53021AZ BGP PASS04:2704:281M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
13033HWH KIR EXPRESS04:5304:541M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL,GN
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53434BHW AZ PASS15:2315:241M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
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53027AZ MLDT PASS17:2417:251M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
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53035AZ BHW PASS23:1323:141M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15960KAMRUP EXPRESS23:2123:221M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
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RECENT NEWS

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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.791/2022-2318-01-2023
Secunderabad
PR No. 791 - PM Flags Off Vande Bharat Express connecting Howrah to New Jalpaiguri via video conferencing


Ø Inaugurates Joka-Taratala stretch of Purple Line of Kolkata Metro

Ø Dedicates four railway projects to the nation

Ø Lays foundation stone for redevelopment of the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station

Ø Land from where the call of Vande Matram originated, saw the flagging off of Vande Bharat today

Ø Modern sewage treatment plants are being developed keeping in mind the requirements of future

Ø A nationwide campaign is going o­n to transform the Indian Railway

Ø In 21st Century for rapid development of the country, rapid growth and reform of Railways is essential

Ø Metro Rail system is an example of India’s speed and scale today

Ø Construction of new airports, waterways, ports and roads is being carried out to ensure seamless connectivity for the citizens

Ø India is working toward boosting its Jal Shakti today

Ø o­n 13th January a cruise will set sail from Kashi to Dibrugarh via Bangladesh. The 3200 km long journey is the first-of-its-kind in the entire world and a reflection of the growing cruise tourism in the country

Ø People of Bengal follow the spirit of ‘Nation First’ in tourism also

Ø Whole world is looking at India with great hope. To maintain this trust, every Indian has to exert all his might

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi flagged off the Vande Bharat Express, connecting Howrah to New Jalpaiguri via video conferencing today. The Prime Minister also inaugurated the Joka-Taratala Stretch of the Joka-Esplanade Metro Project (Purple Line). He also dedicated four railway projects to the nation including Boinchi - Shaktigarh 3rd Line, Dankuni - Chandanpur 4th Line Project, Nimtita - New Farakka Double Line and Ambari Falakata - New Maynaguri - Gumanihat Doubling Project. The Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone for the redevelopment of the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister apologised for not being physically present today, as for him, this is the day to bow to the land of Bengal as the history of the freedom struggle is infused in every particle of Bengal. “Land from where the call of Vande Matram originated, saw the flagging off of Vande Bharat today”, the Prime Minister said. The Prime Minister recalled that o­n Dec 30, 1943, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose hoisted the Tricolour in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and set the wheels in motion for the independence of India. o­n the 75th year anniversary of this historic day, the Prime Minister informed that he got the opportunity to visit Andaman to name an island in honour of Netaji. He further added that India had taken a resolve to start 475 Vande Bharat trains during the celebrations of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav and the train being flagged off today from Howrah to New Jalpaiguri is o­ne of them. Mentioning the multiple projects whose foundation stones are being laid and inaugurated today, the Prime Minister said that the government is spending approximately 5000 crores for the completion of these projects.

The Prime Minister also informed that he will get the opportunity to dedicate many projects pertaining to the cleanliness of the Ganga and drinking water to West Bengal later in the day. He informed that more than 25 sewage projects have been approved in West Bengal under the Namami Gange Scheme. Out of which 11 projects are already complete and seven are being completed today. Work o­n 5 new schemes with an outlay of Rs 1500 crore is starting today. The Prime Minister mentioned o­ne of the key projects i.e. Adi Ganga project for cleaning of which infrastructure worth 600 Cr rupees is being established. The Prime Minister said that along with cleaning rivers, the central government has focussed o­n prevention which revolves around creating a large number of modern sewage treatment plants. This is being done keeping in mind the requirements of the next 10-15 years.

The Prime Minister linked reforms and development of Indian Railways with the development of the country. That is why, he said, the central government is making record investments in the modern railway infrastructure. A nationwide campaign is going o­n to transform the Indian Railway, he said. He listed modern trains like Vande Bharat, Tejas Hum Safar and VistaDome coaches and the modernisation of Railway Stations including New Jalpaiguri, doubling and electrification of Railway lines as examples of this modernization. He also mentioned eastern and Western dedicated freight corridors as projects that will bring revolutionary changes in the logistics sector. The Prime Minister highlighted strides made in the fields of Railway safety, cleanliness, coordination, capability, punctuality and facilities. The Prime Minister emphasised that in the last 8 years, Indian Railways worked o­n the foundation of modernity and the coming years will see Indian Railway embarking o­n a new journey of modernization. The Prime Minister informed that while 20 thousand route kilometre rail lines were electrified in the first 70 years of Independence, more than 32 thousand route kilometres have been electrified since 2014. The Prime Minister said that the Metro Rail system is an example of India’s speed and scale today. “Metro network which was less than 250 km before 2014 had the highest share in Delhi-NCR. In the last 7-8 years Metro has expanded to more than 2 dozen cities. Today Metro is running o­n an approximately 800 km long Metro track in different cities of the country. Work is going o­n Metro routes of more than 1000 km”, he informed.

Referring to the challenges posed to India in the yesteryears, the Prime Minister remarked that it had a very negative effect o­n the development of India. Throwing light o­n o­ne of the key challenges, the Prime Minister highlighted the lack of coordination among various agencies involved in the infrastructural development of the nation. He also mentioned the lack of coordination among the various transport agencies and as a result, the Prime Minister continued, o­ne government agency had no clue about the work being done by other agencies. “This had a direct impact o­n the honest taxpayers of the country”, he said. The Prime Minister remarked that when their hard-earned money is used in filling the pockets of the corrupt rather than the poor, it is natural to be dissatisfied. “The Government launched the PM Gati Shakti Plan to fill the gaps in the coordination of agencies”, Shri Modi remarked, “Be it different state governments, construction agencies or industry experts, everyone is coming together o­n the Gati Shakti Platform.” He further added that PM Gati Shakti is not o­nly limited to conjoining the different mediums of transport in the country but also providing pace to the multimodal projects. The Prime Minister further added that the construction of new airports, waterways, ports and roads is being carried out to ensure seamless connectivity for the citizens.

“We must make correct use of the potential of the nation to move forward in the 21st century”, the Prime Minister remarked. Highlighting the waterways in the country, the Prime Minister recalled the time when waterways were used o­n a large scale for work, business and tourism in India but were later destroyed during the years of slavery. He also pointed out the lack of efforts by the previous governments in reviving the waterways in the country. “India is working toward boosting its Jal Shakti today”, Shri Modi said. He informed that more than 100 waterways are being developed today and work is taking place to introduce advanced cruise ships in the rivers while boosting business and tourism. The Prime Minister also highlighted the Ganga-Brahmaputra project that is being carried out between India and Bangladesh to establish waterway links between

the two rivers. Referring to the cruise that is going to set sail o­n 13th January 2023 from Kashi to Dibrugarh via Bangladesh, the Prime Minister informed that the 3200 km long journey is the first-of-its-kind in the entire world and it will be a reflection of the growing cruise tourism in the country.

Highlighting the love for the land in the people of West Bengal, the Prime Minister remarked o­n the enthusiasm that they show in visiting the different places of cultural heritage in India and also learning from it. “The people of Bengal possess the spirit of Nation First, even in tourism”, he continued, “When connectivity in the county gets a boost, and the railway, waterway and highways are becoming more advanced, the result is Ease of Travel and the people of Bengal have also benefited from this”, Shri Modi remarked.

The Prime Minister concluded the address by reciting a few lines by Guru Rabindranath Tagore which translates to “The soil of my country, I bow my head to you”. The Prime Minister pointed out that in this Azadi ka Amrit Kaal, everyone must work together by deeming utmost priority to our motherland. “The entire world is looking at India with the eyes of hope and expectations. Every citizen of the country must dedicate o­neself to the service of the nation”, the Prime Minister concluded.

Chief Minister of West Bengal, Ms Mamata Banerjee, Governor of West Bengal, Dr C V Ananda Bose, Union Minister for Railways in India, Shri Ashwini Vaisnav, Union Ministers of State, Shri John Barla, Dr Subhas Sarkar and Shri Nisith Parmanik and Member of Parliament, Shri Prasoon Banerjee were those present o­n occasion among others.

Background

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi flagged off the 7th Vande Bharat Express, connecting Howrah to New Jalpaiguri at the Howrah Railway Station. The ultra-modern Semi High-Speed Train is equipped with state-of-the-art passenger amenities. The train will stop at Malda Town, Barsoi and Kishanganj stations en route in both directions.

The Prime Minister also inaugurated the Joka-Taratala Stretch of the Joka-Esplanade Metro Project (Purple Line). The 6.5 km stretch having 6 stations namely Joka, Thakurpukur, Sakher Bazar, Behala Chowrasta, Behala Bazar and Taratala has been constructed at a cost of more than Rs 2475 Crore. Passengers of southern parts of Kolkata City like Sarsuna, Dakghar, Muchipara and South 24 Parganas will be immensely benefited from the inauguration of this project.

The Prime Minister also dedicated four railway projects to the nation. These include the Boinchi - Shaktigarh 3rd Line developed at a cost of Rs 405 crore; the Dankuni - Chandanpur 4th Line Project developed at a cost of Rs 565 crore; Nimtita - New Farakka Double Line developed at a cost of Rs 254 crore; and Ambari Falakata - New Maynaguri - Gumanihat Doubling Project developed at a cost of more than Rs 1080 crore. The Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone for the redevelopment of the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station to be developed at the cost of more than Rs335 crore.





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04-01-2023
Press Release:WEST BENGAL GETS SEMI HIGH SPEED TRAIN HON’BLE PM FLAGGED OFF HOWRAH-NEW JALPAIGURI VANDE BHARAT EXPRESS & DEDICATED/INAUGURATED A COUPLE OF RAILWAY PROJECTS FOR WEST BENGAL

WEST BENGAL GETS SEMI HIGH SPEED TRAIN

HON’BLE PM FLAGGED OFF HOWRAH-NEW JALPAIGURI VANDE BHARAT EXPRESS &  DEDICATED/INAUGURATED A COUPLE OF RAILWAY PROJECTS FOR WEST BENGAL

Kolkata, December 30, 2022:

West Bengal gets India's first indigenously manufactured Semi High Speed Train Vande Bharat Express by the initiatives of Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. Today (30.12.2022) Hon’ble PM (through video conference) flagged off Howrah-New Jalpaiguri Vande Bharat Express which will connect Northern and Southern part of West Bengal with a remarkable acceleration. Union Minister of Railways, Communication, Electronics & Information Technology, Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw was present at Howrah Station o­n this auspicious occasion. 

Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister also inaugurated Joka-Taratala Metro Project, laid foundation stone for redevelopment of New Jalpaiguri station and dedicated 4 Railway Projects (through video conferencing) in West Bengal ushering in a new plethora of development in this state.

  As a result of relentless effort of Indian Railways for ensuring multi-faceted development of West Bengal, fastest train of the country has been introduced in West Bengal reaching the distance of 561 kms to New Jalpaiguri with a travel time of o­nly 7hrs 30 mins as compared to 8½ hrs taken by the Shatabdi Express. 

  The ultra-modern Semi High Speed Train is a major leap for Indian Railways o­n the parameters of superior designs, interiors and speed, providing the passengers a pleasant travel experience. The Vande Bharat Express offers a myriad passenger amenities which will provide passengers with aircraft like travel experience & advanced state-of-the-art safety features including KAVACH technology. The infotainment system in every coach will be an added feature.

  The train is equipped with state-of-the-art passenger amenities such as o­n-board Wi-Fi infotainment, GPS based passenger information system, plush interiors, bio vacuum toilets with touch free amenities, diffused LED lighting, charging points beneath every seat, individual touch based reading lights and concealed roller blinds, better heat ventilation and air-conditioning system with UV lamp for germ free supply of air. The intelligent air-conditioning system adjusts the cooling according to the climate conditions/occupancy. The train will stop at Bolpur (Shantiniketan), Malda Town & Barsoi stations enroute in both the directions. It consists of AC Chair Car & AC Executive Class coaches. 

  Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has taken a lots of initiatives for introducing Joka-Taratala Metro Stretch (6.5 Km) of Joka-Esplanade Metro Project (Purple Line) to the people of West Bengal as a new year gift. This 6.5 Km stretch having 6 stations namely Joka, Thakurpukur, Sakher Bazar, Behala Chowrasta, Behala Bazar and Taratala has been constructed at a cost of 2535Cr. 

This stretch is going to provide fast, easy, pollution-free, comfortable and traffic snarl-free commuting to thousands of commuters in AC rakes. Passengers of southern fringes of the City like Sarsuna, Dakghar, Muchipara and South 24 Parganas will be immensely benefited due to this. Students, Professors and Researchers now will be able to reach IIM, Joka easily. The patients and their kins will be able to reach Thakurpukur Cancer Hospital at ease. o­ne can reach Taratala from Joka in Metro in just 15 minutes whereas roadways journey o­n Diamond Harbour Road, o­ne of the busiest thoroughfares of Kolkata takes around 35 minutes.

  All the 6 stations of the Purple Line are replete with ultra modern passenger amenities like lifts, escalators, toilets, tactiles, seating chairs and various safety arrangements like fire-fighting facilities etc. The stations are also aesthetically designed to make travelling experience memorable. 

  Besides, foundation stone has been laid by Hon’ble PM for New Jalpaiguri Station Redevelopment. New Jalpaiguri is a most important station in West Bengal and is the gateway to North-Eastern states as well as to the hills and Dooars region. The New Jalpaiguri station will be redeveloped at an estimated cost of Rs 337.42 crore. The redeveloped New Jalpaiguri station will have various salient features for passengers’ comfort and operational flexibility.

  There are various critical and super critical projects in West Bengal which are also dedicated for maintaining the growth path for the people of West Bengal and to foster socio economic development by enhancing mobility, operational flexibility and speed of both passenger and goods traffic.

  Bainchi - Shaktigarh 3rd Line (25.83 km): Bainchi - Shaktigarh 3rd Line (25.83 km) passes through Hooghly & Purba Burdwan district, completed at a cost of Rs 405 crore. 

  Dankuni - Chandanpur 4th Line Project (25.41 km):
Dankuni - Chandanpur 4th Line Project is a super critical project of 25.41 km stretch which is completed at a cost of Rs 565 crore. 

  Nimtita - New Farakka Double Line (25.42 km):
Nimtita - New Farakka Double Line (25.42 km) is a part of Sagardighi – Malda Town doubling project. Doubling in this 25.42 km stretch has been completed at a cost of Rs 254 crore. 

  Ambari Falakata - New Maynaguri - Gumanihat Doubling Project (88.17 km):
The doubling from Ambari Falakata to New Maynaguri and from New Maynaguri to Gumanihat, a stretch of 88.17 km, has been completed at a cost of Rs 1461 crore. Covering Cooch Behar and Jalpaiguri districts of west Bengal, this section has 11 stations enroute.

  After inauguration/dedication/ laying of foundation stone of various railway projects, Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw, Hon’ble Railway Minister proceeded to Joka and took a ride in newly inaugurated Joka – Taratala Metro Rail section, a stretch of 6.5 km of metro rail, directly linking the western part of Kolkata with the central business areas of the city of joy.







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