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3 Trains from (BRYA)BARHIYA to (BPHB)BHILAI PWR HS


Address: Barahiya, Bihar, India

Station Code: BRYA

Station Name: BARHIYA

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 353

Station Traffic: High

Address: Bhilai, Chhattisgarh 490022, India

Station Code: BPHB

Station Name: BHILAI PWR HS

Zone: SECR/South East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 297

Station Traffic: High





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17008DBG SC EXPRESSKIUL10:42DURG08:2521:43TU,F2A,3A,SL,GN,17008 Status
07010BJU SC SPLKIUL11:30DURG08:2520:55W2A,3A,SL,GN,07010 Status
13288SOUTH BIHAR EXPBRYA22:20BPHB19:5821:38M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,13288 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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2020/0204-02-2020
Mumbai
BREASTFEEDING CENTRE AT BOISAR STATION OF WESTERN RAILWAY INAUGURATED ON WORLD CANCER DAY


BREASTFEEDING CENTRE AT BOISAR STATION OF
WESTERN RAILWAY INAUGURATED o­n WORLD CANCER DAY


Photo caption: The newly inaugurated Baby Feeding Centre at Boisar station of Mumbai Division of Western Railway. The Baby Feeding Centre was inaugurated by the station staff o­n the occasion of World Cancer Day o­n 4th February, 2020.

Western Railway has always taken extra special care of its women commuters. From starting the world’s first ever Ladies’ Special local train o­n 5th May, 1992 to providing better security facilities such as CCTV cameras & talk-back system inside ladies’ coaches, Western Railway has always been working to make the journey of women passengers a safe & happy travelling experience. Continuing with this, Western Railway has now installed a baby feeding centre at Boisar station of Mumbai Division o­n the occasion of World Cancer Day o­n 4thFebruary, 2020.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the Baby Feeding Centre at Boisar is with the approach to create awareness about breastfeeding and also to facilitate new mothers to feed their new born. 4th February is observed as World Cancer Day and was the perfect day chosen to inaugurate this Baby Feeding Centre at Boisar station as it is a well-established fact that breastfeeding prevents breast cancer by lowering the risk of pre and post-menopausal breast cancer. Breastfeeding can also help in lowering the chances of ovarian cancer by preventing ovulation. The centre has been installed with combined efforts by Child Help Foundation and sponsored by Alkem Foundation which is free to use by lactating mothers. Western Railway had previously installed a baby feeding centre at Palghar station and now after this centre at Boisar, Western Railway has planned to install similar centres at Umbergaon, Sanjan and Bhilad stations of Mumbai Division.

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2019/0927-09-2019
Mumbai
9THDAY OF “SWACHHTA HI SEWA PAKHWADA” OBSERVED ON “SWACHH AHAR” THEME OVER WR

Photo Caption : In first pic of first row, students of Samarpan Gyan Mandir are seen performing nukkadnatak o­n cleanliness at Vapi station while in second pic cadets of scouts & guides are seen in swachchtacyle rally at Vadodara for spreading awareness about cleanliness. In first pic of second row, railway officials are seen educating vendors at Vadodara station while in last pic officials from health department are seen checking food items at stall at Hapa station.

A Special cleanliness drive “Swachchta Hi Sewa” Pakhwadais being observed over Indian Railways with a view to ensure visible and tangible improvement in cleanliness at all its premises to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. In accordance with Pakhwada, 9th  Day of ‘Swachchta Hi Sewa’ Pakhwada was observed o­n the “Swachh Ahar” theme o­n 24thSeptember, 2019 over entire Western Railway in which intensive cleaning of canteens&food stalls at stations was undertaken. Utensil cleaning and garbage disposal was also checked during cleaning. Food vendors, cooks and bearers of canteens were covered under cleanliness, medical check-up and hygieneactivities. They were explained about benefits of segregations of waste at source and it was ensured that provision of dry and wet dustbin should be made at their stalls.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, At Mumbai Division, A Cleanliness drive by personnel department of Western Railway was undertaken o­n railway. Stations where food stall venders were instructed to not to use plastic cups for tea and to avoid any other plastic materials. Swachhata Pledge was administered and vendors & passengers were educated for ban of single use plastics. Areas near railway tracks were checked & cleaned &6 large bags of garbage & plastic waste were collected. An NGO Shankar Narayan College participated in the cleanliness drive at Bhayandar station. Dustbins were donated by Rotary Club at Palghar station. Intensive cleaning drive was organized at Kaher station in which railway officers and staff along withstudents of prathmikshala- kaherparticipated. Vendors at Bhilad station were educated about not to use plastic for selling food items.Swacchtapakhwadawas celebrated at Vyara Station in which students of Trinity Mission school- vyaraalong with their teachersand railway staff organized an awareness rallyand appealed passengers to not to single plastic at railway premises.

At Vadodara Division, Vendors at Vadodara station were educated by railway officers under ‘say no to plastic’ campaign. Scouts & Guides unit of Vadodara division organized a swachchta cycle rally from D Cabin to Nava yard railway colony for awareness. Food stalls at Godhra station were inspected by officials of health department and vendors were educated about disadvantages of use of plastic. Swachchtapledge was also took by them for not to use single use plastic.Swachhta rally was organized by staff of health department and housekeeping staff at Ankaleshwar station.At Ahmedabad division, cleaniless drive was carried out at Gandhidham station.

AtRajkot division, inspection of stalls& kitchen were done by railway officials from health department and venders were educated about cleanliness and disadvantages of use of plastic at Okha, Surendra nagar, Hapa&Wankaner stations.The theme of “Swachh Ahar” was observed with great enthusiasm and participation in the other divisions too over Western Railway with several such events & cleanliness drives.  

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