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PALIA KALAN

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Address: Palia Kalan, Uttar Pradesh 262902, India

Station Code: PLK)PALIA KALA

Station Name: PLK)PALIA KALAN

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Total Unique Trains: 17

Train Frequency Weekly: 103

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
52255BRK MLN PASS M G00:0500:072M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52260MLN BRK PASS MG00:5000:522M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52258MLN BRK PASS04:1704:192M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52257BRK MLN PASS M G04:2504:272M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52239TQN MLN PASS M G08:2008:222M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52252MLN BRK PASS M G09:2209:242M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52259BRK MLN PASS MG10:5710:592M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52241BRK MLN PASS M G11:5611:582M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52278MLN PLK PASS M G15:40Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52242STP BRK PASS M G16:5216:542M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52251BRK MLN PASS M G16:5817:002M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52240MLN TQN PASS M G19:0819:102M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52253BRK MLN PASS M G19:5619:582M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52256MLN BRK PASS M G21:1021:122M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52204MLN PLK PASS22:50Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure
52203PLK MLN PASSSrc00:10--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
52277PLK MLN PASS M GSrc16:20--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED



RECENT NEWS

1
22-06-2021
INTRODUCTION OF ROURKELA-JAGDALPUR-ROURKELA AND ROURKELA-GUNUPUR-ROURKELA SPECIAL

दक्षिणपूर्वरेलवे

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY

प्रेसविज्ञप्ति

PRESS RELEASE

INTRODUCTION OF ROURKELA-JAGDALPUR-ROURKELA

AND ROURKELA-GUNUPUR-ROURKELA SPECIAL

 

Kolkata, 22nd June, 2021

It has been decided that, 08107/08108 Rourkela-Jagdalpur-Rourkela Special will run w.e.f 28.06.2021 from Rourkela and w.e.f 29.06.2021 from Jagdalpur and 08127/08128 Rourkela-Gunupur-Rourkela Special will run w.e.f 27.06.2021 from Rourkela and w.e.f 28.06.2021 from Gunupur till further advice. The detailed timings and stoppages are as under:-

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08107/08108 Rourkela-Jagdalpur-Rourkela Special 

 

Days of run : Daily

 

 

Timings :

 

 

 

08107

Stations

08108

18.20

d

Rourkela

a

06.15

18.44/18.46

a/d

Rajgangpur

a/d

05.34/05.35

19.45/19.55

a/d

Jharsuguda

a/d

04.35/04.40

20.40/20.50

a/d

Sambalpur

a/d

02.50/03.00

21.32/21.34

a/d

Bargarh Road

a/d

01.47/01.49

21.51/21.53

a/d

Barpali

a/d

01.22/01.24

22.38/22.43

a/d

Balangir

a/d

00.37/00.42

23.40/23.50

a/d

Titlagarh

a/d

23.35/23.45

00.10/00.12

a/d

Kesinga

a/d

23.10/23.12

01.20/01.22

a/d

Muniguda

a/d

22.08/22.10

02.50/03.15

a/d

Rayagada

a/d

20.55/21.20

04.53/04.55

a/d

Tikri

a/d

18.38/18.40

06.10/06.12

a/d

Damanjodi

a/d

17.23/17.25

06.50/07.15

a/d

Koraput

a/d

16.35/17.00

08.18/08.20

a/d

Jeypore

a/d

15.20/15.22

10.10

a

Jagdalpur

d

14.10

 

Composition: General Second Class - 5, Sleeper Class-3 and AC 3 Tier- 1

 

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08127/08128 Rourkela-Gunupur-Rourkela Special

 

Days of run :

 

From Rourkela- Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday

From Gunupur-Monday, Wednesday & Friday

 

Timings :

 

08127

Stations

08128

21.50

d

Rourkela

a

07.25

22.14/22.15

a/d

Rajgangpur

a/d

06.41/06.42

22.42/22.43

a/d

Bamra

a/d

06.14/06.15

23.25/23.30

a/d

Jharsuguda

a/d

05.40/05.45

00.10/00.15

a/d

Sambalpur City

a/d

04.00/04.05

03.00/03.02

a/d

Angul

a/d

2
2021/06/3221-06-2021
Shri Arun Kumar, DG RPF –Railways always ready to respond and reach first in times of exigencies

Central & Western Railway

Press Release

 

Shri Alok Kansal, GM, Central & Western Railway –Priority of Railways is that passengers in trains reach their destinations safe and secure. “Humanity” is the core of railway operations.

 

Shri Arun Kumar, DG RPF –Railways always ready to respond and reach first in times of exigencies

 

Railway Flood Relief Team Conducts Mock Drill in rescue & relief of passengers held in trains during monsoon.

 

Shri Alok Kansal and Shri Arun Kumar release SOP for usage of boat and outboard motor of Railway Flood Relief Team during monsoon

 

Shri Alok Kansal, General Manager Central and Western Railway in presence of Shri Arun Kumar, Director General, RPF, Railway Board, New Delhi briefed the press at Talao Pali Lake, Thane o­n monsoon preparedness of railways.He briefed about the pre-monsoon action taken over Mumbai suburban sections of Central and Western Railways like 7 additional waterways by micro-tunneling method at Kurla-Vidyavihar, Sandhurst Road and Masjid, Bandra, Vasai-Nallasopara; 4 additional waterways through RCC box insertion at Vadala-Ravli, Panvel-Karjat, Badlapur-Vangani and Kurla-Tilaknagar: customized solutions taken for flooding spots of previous monsoons like construction of drains along tracks, retaining walls to prevent ingress of water, about 4 lakh cubic meter muck removal, etc.He said these infrastructure upgradations have improved suburban operations in past few years. Shri Kansal said that recently Hon’ble Minister of Railways, Shri Piyush Goyalji reviewed the monsoon preparations and emphasized o­n adopting a holistic and long term plan. He suggested Railways to partner with Institutions like IIT Mumbai to study the efficiencyof technical and civil work initiatives of Railways and local municipal corporations in handling monsoon rains.

 

Shri Arun Kumar, Director General RPF while addressing said that suburban railways is lifeline of Mumbai. He said our first act in such emergencies is to ensure passengers do not panic. Hon’ble Minister of Railways Shri Piyush Goyalji while reviewing the monsoon preparations was impressed by the Railway’s Flood Relief Team at Mumbai which uses boats with their force personnel.The teams are trained by NDRF for such exigencies.He also said that Railway Teams are ready for any such incidents and they are the first to reach and provide rescue and relief operations.

 

Shri Alok Kansal and Shri Arun Kumar have released the SOP for usage of boat and outboard motor by Railway Flood Relief Team. They inspected the Mock Drill conducted by RFRT at Talaopali Lake demonstrating rescue and relief of passengers in a train held up in waterlogged area.They also interacted with the RFRT personnel and encouraged them.

 

ShriAjoy Sadany, Principal Chief Security Commissioner, Central Railway, Shri P.C. Sinha, Principal Chief Security Commissioner, Western Railway, Shri Shalabh Goel, Divisional Railway Manager, Mumbai Division, and other officials were present o­n the occasion.All covid protocols were followed.

 

 

 

Background

 

Railway Protection Force have formed a Railway Flood Relief Team (RFRT) o­n Mumbai Division, equipped with motorized boats and trained manpower. The objective is to provide relief in case of flood in Railways. To predict and wherever possible, prevent disasters, mitigate their impact and effectively cope with the consequences by designing effective, realistic and coordinated planning and increase the overall effectiveness.

 

As such, 5 Motorised Inflatable Boats with all accessories and safety equipment have been procured and stationed at various vulnerable locations. These boats can be moved at any location wherever required for immediate response. Each FRT team consists of o­ne Sub-Inspector/Assistant Sub-Inspector and 6 other staff.So far, 15 RPF staff (5 women and 10 men) have been trained by NDRF.Training is being provided to more RPF personnel.

 

The team will be always in readiness during monsoon i.e. from June to October every year.The teams will continuously monitor the rainfall especially during the days of high tide or when heavy rain is predicted by Meteorological Department and move to the place from where flooding is reported irrespective of the fact that train is held up or not.The team shall maintain liaison with their counterparts in Civil Administration, GRP, Disaster Management Authorities and Control Room.In addition to this, RPF have formulated a well detailed SOP for the Railway Flood Relief Team viz.

Blue Alert – when the water level reaches four inches above rail level, preparation starts for movement

Orange Alert – when the water level reaches five inches above rail level, team moves to the location

Red Alert – when train is held up at any location relief operation starts after ensuring the water level is three feet at the location.

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Date: June 15, 2021

PR No.2021/06/32

This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai

 








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