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Address: Dhampur Railway Station, Dhampur, Uttar Pradesh 246761, India

Station Code: DPR

Station Name: DHAMPUR

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 129

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: New Delhi, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110006, India

Station Code: NDLS

Station Name: NEW DELHI

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 1506

Station Traffic: High





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RECENT NEWS

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22-01-2021
PRESS RELEASE: INNOVATIVE EFFORT OF ER’S SEALDAH DIVISION FOR DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE STYLE MAGAZINE IN SEALDAH – NEW DELHI AC SPECIAL

        

                INNOVATIVE EFFORT OF ER’S SEALDAH DIVISION FOR DISTRIBUTION OF LIFE STYLE MAGAZINE IN SEALDAH – NEW DELHI AC SPECIAL

Kolkata, January 22, 2021:

To further enhance the journey experience of the valued passengers, Eastern Railway’s Sealdah Division distributed ‘STEAMTRACK’ Life Style Magazine free of cost among the passengers of 02313/02314 Sealdah – New Delhi AC Special today (22.1.2021). The passengers will continue to get the magazine o­n all days of run of the Sealdah – New Delhi AC Special.

Shri S. P. Singh, Divisional Railway Manager, Eastern Railway, Sealdah distributed the magazine among the passengers o­n 22.1.2021. Other senior officers of the Division were also present during the distribution. 

The Magazine portrays stories, culture & history of India, travel spots, sports, food, fashion, music and entertainment, creative games and puzzles, biographies, animals, plants, nature and various other segments of informative materials.

The magazine was well appreciated by the passengers and will definitely enhance the journey experience in o­ne of the most prestigious Rajdhani express train of Indian Railways. The magazine is coming up through New Innovative Non fare Revenue Ideas Scheme of Indian railways.





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19-01-2021
Detailed review of 160 Kmph speed raising works by GM NCR and NER Shri Vinay Kumar Tripathi

North Central Railway

Headquarter

Public Relations

Prayagraj

 

No. 11PR/01/2021Press ReleaseDate: 16.01.2021

Detailed review of 160 Kmph speed raising works by GM NCR and NER Shri Vinay Kumar Tripathi

 

General Manager also reviewed safety, punctuality, loading performance and mobility improvement works overNorth Central Railway

 

General Manager NCR and NER Shri Vinay Kumar Tripathi hold a detailed review meeting to monitor progress of important work for 160 Kmph speed raising o­n New Delhi-Howrah and New Delhi-Mumbai trunk routes falling o­n NCR. In this meeting conducted through video conference AGM NCR, concerned PHODs, DRMs from Praygraj and Agra and other officials from HQ and Divisions participated. PHODs from Electrical, Engineering, S&T and Mechanical branches presented detailed planning ofwork for speed raising along with timeline for execution of different activities.

 

Important works required in exiting routes to make it fit for 160 KMPH operation includes modification in OHE and power supply arrangement; strengthening of track structure specially in point and crossing zones and improved ballast cushion; construction of boundary wall; provision of improved signaling including train collision avoidance system (TCAS); provision of way side rolling stock monitoring systems like HAHW, WILD, OMRS etc. New Delhi- Howrah route between Ghaziabad-Pt. DeenDayalUpdhyay Jn. o­n Pryagraj division and New Delhi-Mumbai route between Palwal-Mathura o­n Agra division are being upgraded with estimated expenditure of Rs 2437.30 Crores and Rs. 393.51 Crores respectively. Besides adding speed and comfort to train journeys these works will also help in large scale employment generation in Uttar Pradesh with input of approximately Rs 2830 Crores over next 02 years.

 

Reviewing progress of the work, GM Shri V K Tripathi stressed that each and every activity related to execution of this important work must be planned in detail and well documented. He also instructed for comprehensive and coordinated effort by all executing agencies for optimum utilization of traffic blocks for maximum work output with least effect o­n train operations. Shri Tripathi further directed officials to flagall issues requiring assistance from Railway Board, RDSO etc. so as this important work is completed within the specified target in FY 2022-23.

 

Later General Manager also reviewed position of safety, punctuality, freight loading and mobility improvement works over North Central Railway. Shri Tripathi stressed that stipulated field inspections by HQ and Divisional officials must be conducted without any exception. GM also reviewed punctuality and freight loading performance of North Central Railway. He emphasized o­n proper analysis of each equipment failure case to sustain as well as to further improve upon punctuality performance of North Central Railway. Reviewing critical works related to mobility improvement, Shri Tripathi remarked that each important work be assigned specific milestones and progress of each milestone be monitored for timely completion of these critical infrastructure works. General Manager asked executing agencies to expedite works related to construction of longer loop lines, automatic signaling in Prayagraj-Kanpur section and works for speed raising in Chunar-Chopan section.






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