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Jul 27 2011 (03:30)
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What is the query?

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Mar 25 2011 (10:48)
Blog Post# 129149-1     
Biplab Nayak*   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@Sanket*: Re# 129149-0
Should be distinct, else it is a bug in our site.
The user who posted can comment.

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Mar 25 2011 (12:02)
Blog Post# 129149-2     
Harshal   Added by: moderator  Jul 28 2011 (04:44)
@Sanket*: Re# 129149-0
These are same PNRs. The bug of duplicate entries of single PNR is still floating.

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Mar 25 2011 (12:11)
Blog Post# 129149-3     
DB   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@Sanket*: Re# 129149-0
Same. I had reported the same to the moderator 2 days back.

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Mar 26 2011 (09:51)
Blog Post# 129149-4     
moderator   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@Harshal*: Re# 129149-2
Duplicate PNRs are not allowed in the software. As far as we know, currently there is no bug regarding duplicate PNR posting for predictions. The 2 PNRs in this case are:
264-7303418 & 264-7303448
You may verify that they are distinct. Ordinarily, PNRs posted for prediction are not visible. In this case, they are being shown so you can see how
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they have the same prefixes and look identical, although they are different.
If you come across any other PNRs that look identical, please let us know the Blog Entries, and we shall cross-check if indeed duplicate PNRs are being permitted.
Thanks.

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Mar 26 2011 (10:27)
Blog Post# 129149-5     
DB   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@moderator*: Re# 129149-4
Sir,
Kindly check the two PNR's which I had sent to you yesterday for stamping.
They are duplicate PNR's.
/pnr/post/126680
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Mar 26 2011 (10:36)
Blog Post# 129149-6     
moderator   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@Dipyaman Basu*: Re# 129149-5
Those 2 Posts refer to the same PNR. But the first post was deleted later by the person who posted it. That's why the second post was allowed. Entry# 126680 is not Active and is not considered valid. (Admins can see deleted entries, but they can tell that it's deleted since it is shaded red).
Thanks.

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Mar 26 2011 (10:41)
Blog Post# 129149-7     
DB   Added by: moderator  Jul 27 2011 (07:02)
@moderator*: Re# 129149-6
I can see both the PNR's to be shaded red.
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