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Address: Gorakhpur Junction Railway Station, Station Road, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India

Station Code: GKP

Station Name: GORAKHPUR JN

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 765

Station Traffic: High

Address: Jodhpur Railway Station, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

Station Code: JU

Station Name: JODHPUR JN

Zone: NWR/North Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 403

Station Traffic: High





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RECENT NEWS

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2021/09/4224-09-2021
Central Railway Observes Swachh Ahaar (Clean Food)

Central Railway
Press Release

Central Railway Observes Swachh Ahaar (Clean Food)

Catering to quality food and proper catering services to its  passengers is an integral responsibility of Central Railway.  o­n today’s theme of Swachh Ahaar (Clean Food) activities were directed towards maintaining cleanliness and hygiene in pantry cars of trains, in refreshment rooms, food plaza at railway stations and also inspection of e-food joints for quality food.

Mumbai Division
Station Masters and Health Inspectors at various suburban stations o­n Mumbai Division engaged themselves in inspecting food and tea stalls for quality of food and beverage supplied and cleanliness maintained. Food samples were collected from platform tea and food stalls for checking their quality. Pantry car of Train No. 06345 LTT-Trivandrum Central Netravati Express was also inspected by Chief Health Inspector Kurla.

Pune Division
Rail Ahaar and other food joint at Miraj station was inspected for its upkeep and quality of food by Chief Health Inspector, Miraj. Food samples collected from Ghorpuri running room canteen at Pune. 

Solapur Division
Health inspector at Solapur inspected tea and food stalls o­n the premises. Snack packets were checked to ensure the packets are within the expiry date. Food and tea stall at Pandharpur station was checked and feedback about the quality and services were also registered from the passengers.

Bhusaval Division
Proper cleaning and sanitation of various trains done at Bhusaval. Pantry cars of 05017 LTT- Gorakhpur Express (at Chalisgaon) and 05646 LTT- Guwahati Express (at Khandwa) were inspected and proper cleanliness ensured. Divisional office canteen, Bhusaval and Running room at Manmad was also inspected for its upkeep and cleanliness.

Nagpur Division
Pantry car of Train No. 02626 Kerala Express Special train and 02621 Tamil Nadu Express Special train inspected and pantry staff advised to maintain hygiene and cleanliness while preparation of food in the kitchen. Pantry car of Train No. 02615 Grand Trunk Superfast Special was inspected by Senior Section Engineer (SSE) for cleanliness and upkeep. Various food stalls at Nagpur, Refreshment and tea stalls were checked at Chandrapur.
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Date: September 24, 2021
PR No. 2021/09/42
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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2021/0924-09-2021
Mumbai
WESTERN RAILWAY CREATES HISTORY WITH PIPAVAV PORT BECOMING THE FIRST INDIAN PORT WITH HIGH RISE OHE


WESTERN RAILWAY CREATES HISTORY WITH PIPAVAV PORT BECOMING THE FIRST INDIAN PORT WITH HIGH RISE OHE

First electric train between Pipavav Port & Bhagat Ki Kothi o­n High Rise OHE



Photo caption: Flagging off of first electric train from Pipavav Port siding to Bhagat Ki Kothi o­n High Rise OHE o­n 21st Sept, 2021.

In continuation with the nation's prestigious mission of 100% electrification of Indian Railways, Western Railway has o­nce again been a pioneer by getting yet another historical achievement as a milestone, by running first electric train from Bhavnagar Division’s Pipavav Port, making it India’s first Indian Port connected with High Rise OHE o­n 21st September, 2021. Shri Alok Kansal – General Manager of Western Railway expressed his pleasure o­n this historical milestone despite toughest challenges of corona pandemic & lockdown and has congratulated entire TEAM WR for this marvelous & commendable achievement.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, WR has o­nce again proved its excellence and has added a new feather in its hat through this unique achievement. By running of this train, a new customer, i.e., Pipavav Rail Corporation Ltd. has been added as Container Operator. The first rake was loaded from Pipavav Port siding to Bhagat Ki Kothi, Jodhpur. This port is now directly connected with DFC with AC Traction of High Rise OHE. Shri Thakur further stated that this newly established connectivity will benefit in various aspects, such as elimination of unduedetention o­n account of Traction change, acceleration will be quicker, directconnectivity through AC Traction between Pipavav Port and DFC and othermajordestinations. This new initiative will also help in reducing fuel cost, provide an energy efficient and eco-friendly mode of transportation. In the future, it will also help in increasing the average speed of freight trains and will result in seamless train operations. The new connectivity with Pipavav Port is the beginning to a new era for Western Railway as well as Indian Railways towards a smooth, easy and quick transportation from ports in India.

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