Railway Stations Temporarily Closed: Indian Railways has taken a crucial decision. South Central Railway has announced the temporary closure of 31 railway stations due to lack of revenue. South Central Railway officials said the measures were being taken due to lack of revenue and congestion within the respective stations. 29 stations will be closed from February 1. Another 2 railway stations will be closed from April 1, officials said on Friday.
However, all these stations are located in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The only station is in the Nanded range of Maharashtra. According to the division, the railway department has decided to close 16 stations in Secunderabad, 3 in Guntakal, 1 in Nanded, 4 in Guntur and 7
Most of them are halt stations
But among them 6 are just new stations which are started 4 years ago
It was one o'clock in the night, when labourers were being brought in buses. They were stranded in Lingampalli and adjoining areas of Telangana for the last forty days. Tears trickling from their eyes before sitting in the train. Believe me when a migrant child touched my feet, I could not stop my tears. The tears in eyes of the workers were telling the happiness of going to their house. Ravinder Reddy the nodal officer of this entire campaign shared this information.
In the telephonic conversation, the nodal officer informed that a total of 1233 migrants have been sent to Jharkhand. The list of these workers was already prepared, as most of them were working in the Larsen & Toubro Company Project.
Looks like you translate existing news articles and then publish it in your website. This is Hindustan News group report actually....
OK. But sambhal ke ..kisi din copyright ka panga fas sakta hai agar kisi pahuch wale news group ne notice kiya to.
Haa Ye Toh Ha, But Mai Changes Kar Deta Hu Kaafi Syd Ye Problem Naa Aaye.. But Dhyan Rakhunga Thanks...
TRS MP and its Parliamentary Party Leader, A P Jithender Reddy, here on Wednesday, said that the work on the Hyderabad-Mahbubnagar Railway Line Doubling project and electrification at a cost of Rs 774 crore would begin on March 25.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu would lay the foundation stone for the project by remote control from Hyderabad.
Disclosing this to the media, Jithender Reddy said on Wednesday that the doubling work could be extended up to Benguluru later. Work on the present stretch would be completed in two-and-a-half years.
No news on which would be the inaugural trains on Morthad-Nizamabad route on 25th. Just the DEMU 77259/60?
Still no news or updates.but on the same day nizamabad morthad line will be open.
How could the work be done from march 25th when rs 774 contract tender closing date is 22nd march. The company should be given mobilization advance and time of six months to start work. Starting a project is not like buying a soap from supermarket. They will just lay the foundation stone and no work will be taken up for some 4-6 months. A public show.
Yes it is just laying foundation.