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Address: Kothagudem to Bhadrachalam Road, Kothagudem, Andhra Pradesh 507101, India

Station Code: BDCR

Station Name: BHADRACHALAM RD

Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 85

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Balharshah Railway Station, Balharshah, Maharashtra, India

Station Code: BPQ

Station Name: BALHARSHAH

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 374

Station Traffic: High





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RECENT NEWS

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2022/01/2213-01-2022
Restoration of Wardha – Balharshah Passenger with MEMU Rake


Restoration of Wardha – Balharshah Passenger with MEMU Rake

Railways have decided to restore the Train No. 01315/01316 Wardha – Balharshah – Wardha passenger special with MEMU rake with effect from 14.1.2022 till further advice. The fare of this MEMU train will be of unreserved mail/express.

01315 MEMU will leave Wardha at 06.30 hrs w.e.f. 14.1.2022 till further advice and arrive Balharshah at 09.45 hrs same day.

01316 MEMU will leave Balharshah at 17.00 hrs w.e.f. 14.1.2022 till further advice and arrive Wardha at 21.00 hrs same day.

Halts: Bhugaon, Sonegaon, Wagholi, Hinganghat, Nagari, Chikni Road, Warora, Majri Junction, Bhandak, Tadali, Chandrapur, Babupeth.

Composition: 8 Car MEMU Rake

For detailed timings and halts of the MEMU train, please visit www.enquiry.indianrail.gov.in or download NTES App

Passengers are requested to  adhere to all norms, SOPs related to COVID19 during the boarding, travel and at destination.

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Date: January 13, 2022

PR No.2022/01/22

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



(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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2021/12/3721-12-2021
Bridging the Digital Divide: Free Wi-Fi Internet facilities provided at 379 stations over Central Railway.

 


Bridging the Digital Divide: Free Wi-Fi Internet facilities provided at 379 stations over Central Railway.

Indian Railways has been in the forefront of implementing Digital Initiatives realizing the dream of Digital India and information technology-oriented passenger applications/amenities like National Train Enquiry System and the Passenger Reservation System. As a part of it, Indian Railways is forging ahead with providing access to Internet Facility to the passengers through its Wi-Fi Network Connectivity/ facility at Railway Stations.

In a major public friendly measure, 379 stations o­n Central Railway have been equipped with free high speed Wi-Fi Internet Connectivity over 4152 Route Kms of Central Railway covered with OFC (Optical Fiber Cable). Work of making this facility available at these Stations o­n Central Railway has been completed.

Division wise coverage o­n Central Railway is:

Mumbai Division: 88 Stations

Bhusaval Division: 83 Stations

Nagpur Division: 74 Stations

Pune Division: 56 Stations

Solapur Division: 78 Stations

The responsibility to implement this remarkable Digital India initiative has been entrusted to Railway Mini Ratna PSU "RAILTEL" and has so far commissioned this facility at 6070+ stations across India.

This is o­ne of the largest and fastest public Wi-Fi networks in the world. Indian Railways intend to provide Wi-Fi at all (except the halt o­nes) Railway stations and o­nly few hundred stations are left to reach the mark where work is in progress.

Railway Stations are places where a cross-section of the society converges. The quickening pace of modernisation and manifold increase in smartphone usage has triggered a ‘Digital India’ revolution.   Envisaged in 2015 Rail Budget, the project of providing free Wi-Fi  Internet  facility at stations aims to bring free Wi-Fi access to railway stations across India..  This includes small stations located in remote villages as well.

Public visiting stations can use this facility for streaming High Definition (HD) Videos, download of movies, songs, games, and do their offices work o­nline.  Students appearing for competitive exams, especially UPSC, RRB, RRC, graduation, HSC & SSC aspirants from remote locations with limited access to the internet, use the station Wi-Fi facilities for their preparations. Passengers are also using this facility for leveraging entertainment o­n their personal devices.

Feedback from Passengers at Major Stations across Central Railway at Dadar, Manmad, Bhusaval, Nagpur, Balharshah, Pune, Miraj, Solapur, Ahmednagar and Kalaburgi indicate excellent connectivity, seamless data access and great facility for the passengers.

The Railwire Wi-Fi facility is very user friendly. To switch o­n the connection, passengers need to scan Wi-Fi options and choose Railwire. o­nce the browser takes the user to the Railwire portal, it will ask for a mobile number to which a o­ne Time Password (OTP) will be sent. o­nce connected, the Wi-Fi connection will last for 30 minutes. This helps the rail passengers to stay connected and updated with railway information.

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Date: December 21, 2021

PR no. 2021/12/37

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



(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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