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Flood delays train service in Bhagalpur Jamalpur route

Train movements in Bhagalpur-Jamalpur section of Eastern Railway's Malda Division were affected since 8:24 am today as the Up Line on the Railway Bridge No. 183 between Gangania and Kalyanpur Road stations was damaged by the flood water and heavy ... The Echo Of India, 1 month ago

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Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 months ago

Express train likely to run on Ganga bridge

Munger: A long-distance express train from Bhagalpur is likely to run on the newly-constructed Ganga rail bridge soon. Passenger trains between Jamalpur, Begusarai and Khagaria have been running on the bridge since April 12 when it was formally ...
 Times of India1 month ago
United News of India

Flood situation deteriorates in Bihar; Train services disrupted in Bhagalpur-Kiul section of Eastern Railway

Patna/Lucknow, Aug 26 (UNI) Flood situation deteriorated in Bihar today affecting train services in Bhagalpur-Jamalpur-Kiul section of Eastern Railway after a rail bridge suffered damages in Malda Division. Rampaging Ganga breached its embankment ...
 United News of India1 month ago
Times of India

Tough Valmiki, Devipujak youth keep game alive

AHMEDABAD: There are around 45 local kabbaddi clubs in Ahmedabad where Kabaddi World Cup-2016 is set to kick off on October 7. Ironically, while the game is favoured by upper caste people, primarily from Jat and Chaudhary communities in north ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Two killed falling off train roof

Two people died and two others were injured critically as they fell off the roof of a running train in Raninagar upazila of Naogaon yesterday. The deceased were Delwar Hossain, 35, of Jamalpur and Saju Mia, 25, of Joypurhat Sadar. Police said ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

EID JOURNEY: Bus operators struggle with schedules

A large number of homebound passengers on Sunday were left stranded as bus operators failed to maintain schedules and decided to return the money to people who earlier purchased tickets. Meanwhile, trains leaving Kamalapur Railway Station in Dhaka ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Rush clogs up rails, roads

With just a day remaining before Eid, the rush of holidaymakers heading home was nearing its peak yesterday and the home-goers got stranded for hours on highways, ferry terminals and railway stations. The mass exodus of Dhaka city dwellers ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Risky trip on trains

Holidaymakers going home by train are experiencing less hassle than the ones travelling by bus although most of the trains from Dhaka were delayed for at least an hour. Visiting Kamalapur Railway Station yesterday, it was seen that the platform ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Flood-hit villagers demand rehabilitation

Correspondent SILAPATHAR, Sept 8 - The flood-affected families of Majarbari, Baligaon, Lamabasti, Bamgaon and Tinnoli Bengali are facing tough days in the relief camps at Majarbari platform and Sengajan Sukurboria Bazar market shed under Simenmukh ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago
APN News

Centre to provide 20,000 tonnes of food grains to flood-ravaged Bihar

Centre has decided to provide 20,000 tonnes of food grains to flood-ravaged Bihar. Talking to reporters in Hajipur on Saturday, Union Minister for Food and Consumer Affair Ram Vilas Paswan said, the central government is ready to support the ...
 APN News1 month ago
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