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LBZ/Lalbag Block Hut (2 PFs)
لالباغ بلاک ہٹ     लालबाग ब्लॉक हट

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Kumbhiataari, Distt.- Hazaribagh, Pin - 825409
State: Jharkhand

Elevation: 387 m above sea level
Zone: ECR/East Central   Division: Dhanbad

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May 02 2020 (13:05)   LBZ/Lalbag Block Hut (2 PFs)
🙏🚩 जय जय भैरवी असुर भयावनी 🚩🙏
KhagariaJn^~   57745 blog posts
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Feb 14 2015 (17:02)   BLME/Bholidih (2 PFs)
 
Rohit K~   10357 blog posts
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Travel Tip: Never sleep after Dhanbad when your train is passing through stations like Bholldih, Nimiaghat, Guraru, Paraiya, Gujhandi, Dilwa, Gurpa, Paharpur, Manpur, Dehri-On-Sone, Sasaram and Babhua Road since these areas are well-known for insurgency and robberies on trains. Kindly stay vigilant during sleep mode also when your train passes through these stations after Sunset... thanks!!!

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Feb 22 2015 (19:22)
Rohit K~   10357 blog posts
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I can understand as it's the force from UP that knows about anti-social elements from neighboring states entering into their state... jurisdiction issues are always a problem that such gangs take advantage of and this loop-hole of the law needs to be filled :-p

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Feb 22 2015 (19:25)
Rohit K~   10357 blog posts
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Yes... cities like Varanasi and Mughalsarai fall into UP's Chandauli District that shares State Borders with Bihar so an element of security risk always prevails.... the political situation in Bihar can escalate it's law and order problem even more.... God save us (Common People of India) :-/

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Feb 22 2015 (19:29)
Jay Pacific*   7359 blog posts
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Yes in plain and simple terms they referred to them as "Bihari Gangs". I actually got only my passport back after a month which was found by a Buddhist Monk in Gaya. By then I had got my new passport from US Consulate at Chennai. I still keep it as a souvenir.

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Feb 22 2015 (19:43)
Vishwanath   20307 blog posts
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And they are helpless too ?

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Feb 23 2015 (09:17)
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Sorry to know about all these thefts. While carefulness is surely needed, chaining of our luggages is also a must. Furthermore, we should not be careless in any place thinking it is safe.
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May 12 2015 (23:23)   LBZ/Lalbag Block Hut (2 PFs)
 
Rohit K~   10357 blog posts
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Flickr Photo by Mr. Ritadhi Chakravarti of the Chota Nagput Hills between Gujhandi and Gurpa
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PS: The expansion of tracks seem to tell that this location "may" be LBZ Outer :-)
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