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12615 GRAND TRUNK EXP

Train Schedule & Fare
12615-GRAND TRUNK EXP
Chennai central to New delhi | Distance-2188Kms | Travel Time 35:15Hrs | Avg Speed 62Km/Hr

Runs On- MON,TUE,WED,THU,FRI,SAT,SUN
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S.noCodeStn NameArr.Dep.HaltDisDay
1MASCHENNAI CENTRALSourcee19:1501
2GDRGUDUR JN21:1821:202:001381
3NLRNELLORE21:5421:551:001761
4OGLONGOLE23:0923:101:002921
5CLXCHIRALA23:4923:501:003421
6BPPBAPATLA00:1200:131:003572
7TELTENALI JN00:4400:451:003992
8BZAVIJAYAWADA JN01:4501:5510:004312
9KMTKHAMMAM03:1803:202:005302
10WLWARANGAL04:5805:002:006382
11RDMRAMGUNDAM06:1906:201:007392
12MCIMANCHIRYAL06:3306:341:007522
13SKZRSIRPUR KAGAZNGR07:2407:251:008102
14BPQBALHARSHAH08:4008:455:008802
15CDCHANDRAPUR09:0409:051:008942
16HGTHINGANGHAT10:1710:181:009782
17SEGMSEVAGRAM10:5911:001:0010152
18NGPNAGPUR12:2012:255:0010912
19NRKRNARKHER13:3013:311:0011772
20PARPANDHURNA13:4913:501:0011952
21AMLAAMLA JN14:5514:572:0012592
22BZUBETUL15:1615:171:0012822
23GDYAGHORADONGRI15:5815:591:0013182
24ETITARSI JN17:1517:205:0013882
25HBDHOSHANGABAD17:3917:401:0014062
26HBJHABIBGANJ18:4618:471:0014812
27BPLBHOPAL JN19:1019:2010:0014872
28BHSVIDISHA20:0120:021:0015402
29BAQGANJ BASODA20:3320:341:0015792
30BINABINA JN21:2021:255:0016252
31JHSJHANSI JN23:3023:4010:0017782
32GWLGWALIOR00:5000:555:0018753
33MRAMORENA01:2101:221:0019133
34DHODHAULPUR01:5201:531:0019413
35AGCAGRA CANTT02:3502:405:0019933
36RKMRAJA KI MANDI02:4902:501:0019973
37MTJMATHURA JN03:3503:405:0020473
38FDBFARIDABAD05:1905:201:0021603
39NZMH NIZAMUDDIN06:0006:022:0021803
40NDLSNEW DELHI06:30Destination21883
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RECENT NEWS

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43/2015-1612-05-2015
CHENNAI
RESCHEDULING OF TRAIN SERVICE


            Train No.12615 Chennai Central – New Delhi Grand Trunk express, scheduled to leave Chennai Central at 19.15 hrs. on 12.05.2015, Tuesday, has been rescheduled to leave Chennai Central at 23.00 hrs. o­n 12.05.2015, Tuesday  due to late running of pairing train.


 


 

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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.833/2014-1514-03-2015
Secunderabad
RPF personnel act swiftly to recover Passenger belongings

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) Personnel belonging to Secunderabad Division of SCR exhibited their devotion to duty by promptly acting to recover and safely handover the lost belongings of a rail passenger yesterday i.e.13th March, 2015

Going into datails, Smt. S. Padmaja, a resident of Santhapet, o­ngole, Prakasam District, Andhra Pradesh was travelling from o­ngole to Ramagundam by Train No. 12615 Chennai Central – New Delhi Grand Trunk Express. o­n reaching her destination, Ramagundam o­n 13th March 2015, the passenger got down from the coach, leaving behind her hand purse containing 40 gms gold chain (mangalsutras), 3,500 cash and PAN card kept inside the pillow o­n her berth No-72 of S1 coach. 

After the train left Ramagundam station, the passenger noticed that she had forgotten her belongings and informed of the same to the RPF personnel. o­n receipt of information, the Inspector, RPF, Sirpurkagaznagar alerted the o­n duty coach Travelleing Ticket Examiner (TTE), Sri R. Sandeep and Sri K. Gopal Reddy the o­n- duty RPF staff at Ballarshah. 

The TTE recovered the passenger belongings and handed over the same to the RPF staff.Further, the belongings were kept in safe custody at Sirpurkagaznagar and the passenger was informed of the recovery. The passenger, along with her husband called o­n the RPF 

Inspector, Sirpur Kagaznagar who handed over the recovered belongings to her after scrutiny of identity. The women passenger, Smt S. Padmaja was delighted at getting back her lost belongings in-tact and the couple conveyed their appreciation of the RPF personnel and the TTE for their duty mindedness. 

 


(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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