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Address: West Bengal 734004, India

Station Code: NJP


Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 423

Station Traffic: High

Address: Viramgam Junction Railway Station, Viramgam, Gujarat 382150, India

Station Code: VG

Station Name: VIRAMGAM JN

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 307

Station Traffic: High

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128/2023-24 03-06-2023

Due to derailments of Train No.12841 Shalimar – Chennai Coromondel Express and Train No.12864 Yeswantpur – Howrah Superfast Express between 18.55 hrs to 19.00 hrs at Bahanaga Bazar (25 Km from Balasore) in Kharagpur – Bhadrak section o­n 2nd June 2023,through running of train traffic has been affected. Rescue and Relief operations are o­n in full swingFurther Details are awaited.

Helpline Numbers at various stations are :-

Howrah – 03326382217 Kharagpur -  8972073925, 9332392339

Balasore - 8249591559, 7978418322,  Shalimar - 9903370746

Vijayawada - 0866 2576924,  Rajahmundry -  08832420541

Chennai - 044- 25330952, 044-25330953 &  044-25354771, 9003061974

Chennai Central Railway Station : 044 25354148 & 044 25330714

Katpadi station: 9498651927,  Jolarpet  station: 77080 61811

Consequent to the accident, the following are the changes in the pattern of Train Services :-

Trains Cancelled :-

·Train No.12245 Howrah – Sir M.Visvesvaraya Terminal, Bengaluru Duronto Express leaving Howrah at 10.50 hrs o­n 3rd June 2023 is cancelled.

·Train No.12509 Sir M.Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru – Guwahati Express (via Jolarpettai, Katpadi) scheduled to leave Bengaluru at 23.40 hrs o­n 2nd June 2023 is cancelled.

Trains Diverted :-

·Train No.12508 Silchar – Thiruvananthapuram Express which left Silchar at 19.55 hrs o­n 1st June is diverted to run via Kharagpur – Tata – Rourkela – Jharsuguda – Sambalpur – Singapur Road

·Train No.22504 Dibrugarh – Kanniyakumari Vivek Express which left Dibrugarh at 19.25 hrs o­n 1st June 2023 is diverted to run via Kharagpur – Tata – Rourkela – Jharsuguda – Sambalpur

·Train No.22612 New Jalpaiguri – Dr MGR Chennai Central which left New Jalpaiguri at 21.15 hrs o­n 2nd June 2023 is diverted to run via Asansol – Anara – Chandil - Rourkela – Jharsuguda – Sambalpur – Singapur Road


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PR No. 87 - Indian Railways hands over 20 Broad Gauge Locomotives to Bangladesh

To further strengthen bilateral relationship, 20 Broad Gauge (BG) locomotives were virtually flagged off to Bangladesh in a handing over ceremony held today at Rail Bhavan New Delhi, by Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw, Minister of Railways. From the Bangladesh end, Minister of Railway, Md. Nurul Islam Sujan also joined in virtually. The event was attended by Shri A.K.Lahoti, Chairman & CEO, Railway Board, Board Members, senior officials of Railway Board and delegates of Bangladesh.

The handing over of these diesel locomotives, under grant assistance from the Government of India, fulfills an important commitment made during the visit of Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina to India, in October, 2019. In keeping with the requirements of Bangladesh Railway, the locomotives have been suitably modified by the Indian side. These locomotives will help handle the increasing volume of passenger and freight train operations in Bangladesh.

Speaking o­n this occasion, Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw said, “India’s relationship with Bangladesh is civilizational, cultural, social and economic. Prime Ministers of both the countries are playing proactive role to improve bilateral relationship across social, economic and political sectors. Indian Railways are also playing a vital role in improving and strengthening rail connectivity across the border and improving trade between both the countries. As of now, five BG connectivity are operational, namely Geda- Darsana, Benapol- Petrapol, Singhabad- Rohanpur, Radhikapur- Birol and Haldibari-Chilahati. Work o­n two more cross border rail connectivities, Akhaura-Agartala and Mahihasan-Shahbazpur are progressing well and are likely to be completed and commissioned shortly.”

Addressing the gathering virtually, Minister of Railway, Bangladesh Mr. Md. Nurul Islam Sujan said, “I express my gratitude to the Indian Government for their support. Previously in June 2020 Indian Government provided 10 locomotives to Bangladesh as grant. We express our heartfelt gratitude to India for providing broad gauge locomotives. The supply of locomotives will help to improve both goods and passenger trains. We hope that existing collaboration between two countries regarding Railways sector will increase day by day.”

To enhance people to people contact, presently three pairs of passenger trains between India and Bangladesh, namely, Kolkata-Dhaka Maitree Express, Kolkata-Khulna Bandhan Express and New Jalpaiguri- Dhaka Mitali Express are running.

Trade between both the countries via rail have seen consistent growth with interchange of close to 100 cargo trains per month and approximately 2.66 MT cargo was sent to Bangladesh in the last financial year. The export commodities are Stone, DOC, Foodgrains, China Clay, Gypsum, Maize, o­nion and other essential items, as and when required, from India. Since 2020 permission has been given to operate parcel container and NMG rakes which normally carry agricultural products, fabrics, finished goods, light commercial vehicles and tractors. A new traffic of geo-synthetic bags has just started and 3 Parcel trains have been sent from Gujarat.

In line with Indian commitment to improve Rail service in Bangladesh, 10 BG Diesel locomotives were handed over to Bangladesh o­n grant basis in July 2020. As reported by Bangladesh, these locomotives are performing well and contributing well in smooth movement rail traffic in Bangladesh.


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