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3 Trains from (BNC)BANGALORE CANT to (CMY)Chintamani


Address: Cantonment Railway Station, Cantonment Railway Station Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Station Code: BNC

Station Name: BANGALORE CANT

Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 473

Station Traffic: High

Address: State Highway 58, Chintamani Karnataka

Station Code: CMY

Station Name: Chintamani

Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 23

Station Traffic: Low





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06521YPR NZM SPLYPR06:30CMY08:291:59TH2A,3A,SL,GN,06521 Status
76551SBC CBP KQZ DMUBNC08:39CMY11:042:25M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED76551 Status
76525CPT CBP KQZ DMUKGI17:10CMY20:193:09M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED76525 Status
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RECENT NEWS

1
Press Release No. 203 19-06-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 203, KARNATAKA’S FIRST KISAN RAIL TRAIN FLAGGED OFF FROM KOLAR TODAY

                              दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY                                                           प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 203  Dt: 19.06.2021

KARNATAKA’S FIRST KISAN RAIL TRAIN FLAGGED OFF FROM KOLAR TODAY

50% Transport Cost subsidised in Kisan Rail by Union Govt

250 Tonnes Mango transported from Kolar to Delhi

Farm producers to benefit from swift transport of fruits & vegetables to destinations across the country

The first Kisan Rail Train of Karnataka, was started today in the presence of Hon’ble MP Kolar Shri S Muniswamy, Hon’ble MLA Chintamani Shri M Krishna Reddy, Divisional Railway Manager Shri Ashok Kumar Verma from Doddanatta Halt Station (Chintamani), Kolar district for Adarsh Nagar Station, Delhi. The train is carrying 250 Tonnes of Mango grown in Kolar region.

Kisan Rail Services have been started by Indian Railways in the Budget 2020-21. The primary objective of Kisan Rail Train is to increase income in the farm sector by connecting production centres to markets/consumpion centres across every corner of the country.

The Kisan Rail Trains are run o­n time-tabled paths and their punctuality is monitored very strictly to avoid detentions en-route. This will be helpful in swift transport of fruits, vegetables and other perishable agricultural produce across the nation.

The transportation of fruits and vegetables by Kisan Rail are granted a subsidy of 50% o­n the tariff chargeable, by Ministry of Food Processing and Industries, so that farmers are benefited by the same.

Kisan Rail Trains will help in transporting perishables, agri-produce such as fruits and vegetables to the markets in various places across the country. This in turn will enable farmers/producers realise better value for their products.

Shri Ashok Kumar Verma, Divisional Railway Manager, Bengaluru Division spoke and said that the transport of farm produce by train through Kisan Rail was cheaper and faster than by road. The road transport cost is about Rs 7-8 per kg whereas (with subsidy applied) the transport cost per kg by Kisan Rail is just Rs. 2.82. He said, South Western Railway aimed to run at least 1 Kisan Rail train every 2-3 days, and is committed to assist farmers transport tomatoes, o­nions and other seasonal products to the markets across the nation based o­n demand. By road the transport time to Delhi is about 3-4 days, whereas the Kisan Rail will reach by 40 hours o­nly, he stated.

Shri S Muniswamy, Hon’ble MP of Kolar spoke o­n the occasion and expressed that this scheme will benefit farmers, particularly fruits and vegetable growers. He said this scheme of Ministry of Railways will benefit the farmers, fruit and vegetable producers of Kolar region. He praised the efforts of Railways, to come forward and help farmers reach their produce to the market in the difficult time of Covid19 pandemic, when they are facing difficulty to sell their produce, which are perishable items. He urged Farm Producers Organisations (FPOs) to come forward and utilise the services of Kisan Rail trains. He mentioned that Kolar is famous as the biggest producer of mangoes in Asia, and grows mangoes over 1 lakh, 44,000 acres.He appealed more farmers to make use of Kisan Rails to transport farm produce such as tomatoes, o­nions in the seasons of their harvest. He opined that such initiatives will help farmers double their income through gaining better market access and better price realisation for their farm produce, consequently.

Shri M Krishna Reddy, Hon’ble MLA thanked Railways for the initiative and appealed to farmers to make use of this scheme.

Considering the Covid19 pandemic, no function was planned for the flag off. It was done symbolically, duly considering all safety norms of the pandemic.

It is requested that this Press Release may kindly be published in your esteemed newspapers for kind information of the public.

                                                 

                                                               Chief Public Relations Officer 

                                                                  South Western Railway, Hubballi





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193/2021-2216-06-2021
Chennai
Fully Reserved Special Fare Special Trains


South Eastern Railway has notified Weekly Special trains in Hatia – Bangalore Cantonment - Hatia sector as detailed below:-

Train No.08637/08638 Hatia – Bangalore Cantonment - Hatia Weekly Special Fare Specials:

With the composition of One- AC Two Tier Coach, Four- AC 3 Tier Coaches, Six- Sleeper Class Coaches, Six- General Second Class Coaches and Two- Luggage cum Brake Vans, Train No. 08637 Hatia – Bangalore Cantonment Weekly Special Fare Special via Katpadi, Jolarpettai will leave Hatia at 18.25 hrs o­n 19th and 26th June, 2021(Saturdays) and reach Bangalore Cantonment at 03.15 hrs, the third day (Two Services)

In return Train No. 08638 Bangalore Cantonment - Hatia Weekly Special Fare Special via Jolarpettai, Katpadi will leave Bangalore Cantonment at 00.20 hrs o­n 22nd and 29th June, 2021 (Tuesdays) and reach Hatai at 11.15 hrs, the second day (Two Services)

The details and stoppages of Train No.08637/08638 Hatia – Bangalore Cantonment - Hatia Weekly Special Fare Special via Katpadi, Jolarpettaiis as follows:

Train No. 08637 Hatia – Bangalore Cantonment Special

Stations

Train No. 08638 Bangalore Cantonment- Hatia Special

18.25

d

Hatia

a

11.15

21.00/21.05

a/d

Rourkela

a/d

07.45/07.50

22.35/22.40

a/d

Jharsuguda

a/d

06.20/06.25

23.25/23.35

a/d

Sambalpur

a/d

04.40/04.50

00.1700.19

a/d

BargarhRoad

a/d

03.48/03.50

01.15/01.20

a/d

Balangir

a/d

02.41/02.46

02.20/02.30

a/d

Titlagarh

a/d

01.40/01.50

02.43/02.45

a/d

Kesinga

a/d

01.13/01.15

03.53/03.55

a/d

Muniguda

a/d

00.18/00.20

05.20/05.25

a/d

Rayagada

a/d

23.25/23.30

06.05/06.07

a/d

Parvatipuram

a/d

22.40/22.42

06.30/06.32

a/d

Bobbili

a/d

22.16/22.18

07.15/07.20

a/d

Vizianagaram

a/d

21.23/21.28

08.35/08.55

a/d

Visakhapatnam

a/d

20.05/20.25

11.04/11.05

a/d

Samalkot

a/d

16.43/16.45

11.48/11.50

a/d

Rajahmundry

a/d

15.58/16.00

14.35/14.45

a/d

Vijayawada

a/d

13.30/13.40

18.08/18.10

a/d

Nellore

a/d

09.43/09.45

18.38/18.40

a/d

Gudur

a/d

09.13/09.15

20.38/20.40

a/d

Renigunta

a/d

07.40/07.50

21.03/21.05

a/d

Tirupati

a/d

07.18/07.20

21.58/21.59

a/d

Pakala

a/d

06.24/06.25

22.26/22.27

a/d

Chittoor

a/d

05.59/06.00

23.05/23.10

a/d

Katpadi

a/d

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