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NIM KA THANA

STATION INFO

Address: Uttar Pradesh 261402, India

Station Code: NMK)NIM KA THAN

Station Name: NMK)NIM KA THANA

Zone: NWR/North Western

Total Unique Trains: 14

Train Frequency Weekly: 61

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
12982CHETAK EXP01:2901:312M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
59715FL RE PASS05:5005:511M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
59716RE FL PASS07:2707:281M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
22451CDG SUP FAST07:5507:572M,TH2A,3A,SL,GN
12065DEE JAN SHATABDI08:1208:142M,TU,W,F,SACC,2S,GN
22949BDTS DEE EXPRESS09:2509:272W2A,3A,SL,GN
59720RE FL PASS11:1011:111M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
22452CDG BDTS SF EXP12:5512:572W,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
59719FL RE PASS14:0414:051M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
22950DEE BDTS SF EXP19:0719:092TH2A,3A,SL,GN
12066AII JAN SHATABDI19:0719:092M,TU,W,F,SACC,2S,GN
59717FL RE PASS19:4719:492M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
59718RE FL PASS21:3221:342M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12981CHETAK EXP22:3022:322M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

1
29425-10-2021
Maligaon
Hungry for Cargo: NFR performs well in maize loading

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) is making all out efforts to enhance freight traffic with a dictum of ‘Hungry for Cargo’. Northeast Frontier Railway has started transportation of maize among other commodities through railway as part of its renewed focus o­n freight loading to capture new stream of traffic. Normally, this traffic used to be transported by roadways. However, the Business Development Units (BDUs) of N. F. Railway worked with traders and transporters to enable the shift for large quantities of maize from roadways to railways.

In a recent development, the BDU team of Katihar division successfully able to bring 45% of maize for transportation through railways where about 1800-2000 tonne of maize per day is transported by roadways. Maize loaded rakes are being transported from Bathnaha, Ranipatra, Surja Kamal, Katihar, Purnia and Dalkhola stations.

N. F. Railway has taken few initiatives to increase the transportation of maize and other commodities in Katihar division. Notification for opening of new goods yards at Araria and Adina stations has been issued for loading of outward domestic traffic. Improvement works of goods yards at Ranipatra and Jalalgarh stations are going o­n; further improvement of goods yards in Katihar, New Jalpaiguri and Purnea stations are also planned.

As a part of the Business Development Units (BDUs) initiatives by Northeast Frontier Railway, meeting with various stake holders are being held regularly. During discussion, theywere informed that they can easily transport their commodities from their nearest convenient railway station at a much cheaper rate in comparison to road sector.These discussions by the BDUs within their respective areas are also helping to find new segment of traffic for movement by train.

N.F. Railway has set up Business Development Units (BDUs) at all the Divisions i.e. Katihar, Alipurduar, Rangiya, Lumding and Tinsukia and also at Zonal Head Quarters level to increase the freight transportation volume. The initiatives by the BDUs of various divisions have been successful in bringing in new mode of traffic to railways from road sector.



(Guneet Kaur)
CPRO / N.F. RAILWAY




2
28225-10-2021
Maligaon
‘Ghum Festival’ to organize in Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

In order to rejuvenate the tourism industry of Darjeeling, at the core of which lies the 150-year old world heritage Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR), DHR is organizing a month-long festival named “GHUM FESTIVAL” at Ghum (the highest railway station in India) and Darjeeling Railway Stations. The festival will start from 13th November and conclude o­n 05th December (DHR day); the day DHR got its UNESCO World Heritage Status in 1999. The fest aims to attract the pandemic-tired population of the entire country and the world, lift up the status of Darjeeling as a premium tourist destination and thus boost the earnings of Indian Railways through DHR. The DHR is running numerous Toy-train rides namely Joyrides, Jungle-Tea Safari, New Jalpaiguri – Darjeeling Passenger Train and Red Panda.

Simultaneously, the fest will provide a huge platform for the artists, performers, craftsmen, engineers and workers in the district as well as Indian Railways to showcase their creativity to the world and increase their earnings. All in all, it is a huge step by DHR in the direction of preservation of the local culture of the region and justification of its UNESCO World Heritage status.

The fest will run along 3 verticals, namely: Culture, Adventure and Tourism.The cultural aspect includes several events that will be hosted in the stations and the famous Chaurasta stage in Darjeeling such as folk dances, folk music, singing, music and dance performances, Stand-up comedy, plays and talent shows. Local performers as well as internal talents from Indian Railways are coming together to make it a reality. The cultural pillar will be a reflection of the ecstatic mood of the tourists in this festivity.

The Adventurous aspect includes early morning Heritage Walks to be organized every day, Mountain Biking and Trackathon events to be hosted o­n weekends and specific days. Organizations such as Darjeeling Walks, Vikrun Foundation, Mountain Biking Club of Darjeeling, Runners Club have partnered with DHR to host these events.

Local vendors/sellers and franchises will be provided spaces in Darjeeling and Ghum Railway Stations to showcase handicrafts, art works, clothing etc. and sell food and drinks to the tourists for the entire month.

The fest also provides an opportunity to DHR to establish its presence in the social media including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. and collaborate with YouTube channels as well to promote the region and attract the tourists world-over. Several organizations that are integrated with the tourism industry are joining hands to make this festival a success – namely Darjeeling Kalimpong Himalayan Tourism Association, Darjeeling Hotel Owner Association, Darjeeling Homestay Association, Darjeeling Hill Runners Association etc.



(Guneet Kaur)
CPRO / N.F. RAILWAY







COMMENTS

1
29425-10-2021
Maligaon
Hungry for Cargo: NFR performs well in maize loading

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) is making all out efforts to enhance freight traffic with a dictum of ‘Hungry for Cargo’. Northeast Frontier Railway has started transportation of maize among other commodities through railway as part of its renewed focus o­n freight loading to capture new stream of traffic. Normally, this traffic used to be transported by roadways. However, the Business Development Units (BDUs) of N. F. Railway worked with traders and transporters to enable the shift for large quantities of maize from roadways to railways.

In a recent development, the BDU team of Katihar division successfully able to bring 45% of maize for transportation through railways where about 1800-2000 tonne of maize per day is transported by roadways. Maize loaded rakes are being transported from Bathnaha, Ranipatra, Surja Kamal, Katihar, Purnia and Dalkhola stations.

N. F. Railway has taken few initiatives to increase the transportation of maize and other commodities in Katihar division. Notification for opening of new goods yards at Araria and Adina stations has been issued for loading of outward domestic traffic. Improvement works of goods yards at Ranipatra and Jalalgarh stations are going o­n; further improvement of goods yards in Katihar, New Jalpaiguri and Purnea stations are also planned.

As a part of the Business Development Units (BDUs) initiatives by Northeast Frontier Railway, meeting with various stake holders are being held regularly. During discussion, theywere informed that they can easily transport their commodities from their nearest convenient railway station at a much cheaper rate in comparison to road sector.These discussions by the BDUs within their respective areas are also helping to find new segment of traffic for movement by train.

N.F. Railway has set up Business Development Units (BDUs) at all the Divisions i.e. Katihar, Alipurduar, Rangiya, Lumding and Tinsukia and also at Zonal Head Quarters level to increase the freight transportation volume. The initiatives by the BDUs of various divisions have been successful in bringing in new mode of traffic to railways from road sector.



(Guneet Kaur)
CPRO / N.F. RAILWAY




2
28225-10-2021
Maligaon
‘Ghum Festival’ to organize in Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

In order to rejuvenate the tourism industry of Darjeeling, at the core of which lies the 150-year old world heritage Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR), DHR is organizing a month-long festival named “GHUM FESTIVAL” at Ghum (the highest railway station in India) and Darjeeling Railway Stations. The festival will start from 13th November and conclude o­n 05th December (DHR day); the day DHR got its UNESCO World Heritage Status in 1999. The fest aims to attract the pandemic-tired population of the entire country and the world, lift up the status of Darjeeling as a premium tourist destination and thus boost the earnings of Indian Railways through DHR. The DHR is running numerous Toy-train rides namely Joyrides, Jungle-Tea Safari, New Jalpaiguri – Darjeeling Passenger Train and Red Panda.

Simultaneously, the fest will provide a huge platform for the artists, performers, craftsmen, engineers and workers in the district as well as Indian Railways to showcase their creativity to the world and increase their earnings. All in all, it is a huge step by DHR in the direction of preservation of the local culture of the region and justification of its UNESCO World Heritage status.

The fest will run along 3 verticals, namely: Culture, Adventure and Tourism.The cultural aspect includes several events that will be hosted in the stations and the famous Chaurasta stage in Darjeeling such as folk dances, folk music, singing, music and dance performances, Stand-up comedy, plays and talent shows. Local performers as well as internal talents from Indian Railways are coming together to make it a reality. The cultural pillar will be a reflection of the ecstatic mood of the tourists in this festivity.

The Adventurous aspect includes early morning Heritage Walks to be organized every day, Mountain Biking and Trackathon events to be hosted o­n weekends and specific days. Organizations such as Darjeeling Walks, Vikrun Foundation, Mountain Biking Club of Darjeeling, Runners Club have partnered with DHR to host these events.

Local vendors/sellers and franchises will be provided spaces in Darjeeling and Ghum Railway Stations to showcase handicrafts, art works, clothing etc. and sell food and drinks to the tourists for the entire month.

The fest also provides an opportunity to DHR to establish its presence in the social media including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. and collaborate with YouTube channels as well to promote the region and attract the tourists world-over. Several organizations that are integrated with the tourism industry are joining hands to make this festival a success – namely Darjeeling Kalimpong Himalayan Tourism Association, Darjeeling Hotel Owner Association, Darjeeling Homestay Association, Darjeeling Hill Runners Association etc.



(Guneet Kaur)
CPRO / N.F. RAILWAY




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Anu Difusa- Tue Mar 15 22:12 2016

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Anu Difusa- Tue Mar 15 22:12 2016


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