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Railways to launch various new train services

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New Delhi | Friday, Aug 11 2017 IST
The Railways will be launching several new train services on different routes which will benefit thousand of passengers from Uttar Ptadesh, Odisha, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Jammu & Kashmir. These services would be launched by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Minister of State for Communications (I/C) Manoj Sinha on Saturday and Sunday.Some services would be flagged off via video conferencing from Delhi and some from Mumbai and Ghazipur, a statement said.On Saturday, Mr Prabhu will flag off the 22165/22166 Bhopal-Singrauli express (bi-weekly), 22167/22168 Singrauli-H Nizamuddin express (weekly) and extension of train 18109/18110 Jammu Tawi-Rourkela express (daily) upto Sambalpur.On Sunday, the Railway Minister will flag off the 22913/22914 Bandra (T) - Patna Humsafar express (weekly) and 22921/22922 Bandra (T)-Gorakhpur Antyodaya express (weekly).

Meanwhile, Mr Sinha will flag off the new train from Anand Vihar (T) To Ghazipur (bi-weekly) via Kanpur, Allahabad, increase in frequency of 22419/22420 Ghazipur City-Anand Vihar (T) Suhail Dev Express From tri-weekly to four days a week and increase in frequency of 19041/19042 Bandra (T)-Ghazipur City express (weekly to bi-weekly) on Sunday. UNI RBE SHK 1927

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