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CNGR/Chengannur (3 PFs)
ചെങ്ങന്നൂർ     चेंगन्नूर

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 3
Number of Halting Trains: 80
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Mavelikkara Kozhenchery Road - SH 10, Chengannur, Alappuzha Ph: 0479-2452340
State: Kerala
Elevation: 13 m above sea level
Zone: SR/Southern
Division: Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
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Jan 22 2017 (09:14)  Record revenue at Chengannur rail station on January 15 (www.thehindu.com)
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TourismSR/Southern  -  

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Jan 22 2017 (09:14)
Station Tag: Chengannur/CNGR added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Posted by: imaravIndian^~  99 news posts
The Chengannur railway station, which has been declared the Gateway to Sabarimala by Railways, posted the highest revenue collection by way of current booking charges on January 15, the day after the Makaravilakku festival at Sabarimala.
Railway sources told The Hindu that the current booking charges collected at the Chengannur railway station on January 15 was Rs. 25,92,003, which is the highest revenue collection at a station under the Southern Railway, excluding Chennai Central, on that day.
It is also a fact that a large number of pilgrims could not reach Chengannur to
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board special trains to Vijayawada, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kakinada, Mangaluru, and Machilipattanam on January 15 due to the traffic block on the Plappally-Pampa stretch of the main trunk road leading to Sabarimala.
Akhila Bharatha Ayyappa Seva Sanghom vice president D.Vijayakumar said Railways were yet to provide basic facilities at the Chengannur station.
KSRTC special service
Mr. Vijayakumar said the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) operated 115 trips to Pampa on January 15.
The utility operated 116 trips each on January 14 and 16 and 150 trips on January 17 to Pampa from the Chengannur railway station.
The total revenue collection of the KSRTC by way of operating special services to Pampa from the Chengannur railway station during the Mandalam festival was Rs. 2.5 crore.
Jan 02 2017 (18:12)  പുനലൂർ - പാലക്കാട് എക്സ്പ്രസ് ജനുവരി അവസാനത്തോടെ (m.manoramaonline.com)
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Jan 02 2017 (6:15PM)
Station Tag: Kayamkulam Junction/KYJ added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:15PM)
Station Tag: Tiruvalla/TRVL added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Chengannur/CNGR added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Palakkad Junction (Palghat)/PGT added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Shoranur Junction/SRR added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Kollam Junction (Quilon)/QLN added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Ernakulam Town (North)/ERN added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Ernakulam Junction (South)/ERS added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Punalur/PUU added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Station Tag: Kottayam/KTYM added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Train Tag: Mangaluru - Thiruvananthapuram Express/16348 added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Train Tag: Venad Express/16302 added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Jan 02 2017 (6:12PM)
Train Tag: Venad Express/16301 added by imaravIndian^~/436575

Posted by: imaravIndian^~  99 news posts
കൊച്ചി∙ പുതുവർഷ സമ്മാനമായി എറണാകുളത്തേക്കു പുതിയ ട്രെയിൻ സർവീസ്. പുനലൂർ-പാലക്കാട് എക്സ്പ്രസാണു പുതിയതായി അനുവദിക്കുക. കൊടിക്കുന്നിൽ സുരേഷ് എംപിയുടെ ശ്രമഫലമായാണു പുതിയ ട്രെയിൻ ലഭിക്കാൻ വഴിതെളിഞ്ഞത്. മുൻപ് ആവശ്യപ്പെട്ട പുനലൂർ–എറണാകുളം ട്രെയിനാണു പാലക്കാട്ടേക്കു നീട്ടുന്നത്. തിരക്കു കാരണം കാലുകുത്താൻ കഴിയാത്ത തിരുവനന്തപുരം – ഷൊർണൂർ വേണാട് എക്സ്പ്രസിനു ബദലായി രാവിലെയും വൈകിട്ടും കൊച്ചിയിലേക്കു മറ്റൊരു ട്രെയിൻ വേണമെന്ന ആവശ്യത്തിനു വർഷങ്ങളുടെ പഴക്കമുണ്ട്. രാവിലെ 10ന് മുൻപു എറണാകുളത്ത് എത്തുന്ന തരത്തിലാണു സർവീസ് ആരംഭിക്കുകയെന്നു എംപി പറഞ്ഞു. രാവിലെ വേണാടിനു മുൻപു എറണാകുളത്തേക്കു നിലവിൽ കോട്ടയം വഴി എക്സ്പ്രസ് സർവീസില്ല. മിക്ക ദിവസവും 10.20ന് എത്തുന്ന വേണാടിൽ ഇതിനാൽ വൻതിരക്കാണ് അനുഭവപ്പെടുന്നത്.
വൈകിട്ടും സ്ഥിതി വ്യത്യസ്തമല്ല. അഞ്ചിനു വേണാട് പോയി കഴിഞ്ഞാൽ പിന്നീടു രാത്രി 11.35നാണ് കോട്ടയം വഴി അടുത്ത പ്രതിദിന എക്സ്പ്രസ്. പുതിയ ട്രെയിൻ രാവിലെ 9.45നും മടക്ക യാത്രയിൽ രാത്രി 7.10നും എറണാകുളത്ത് എത്തുമെന്നാണു സൂചന. സമയക്രമം സംബന്ധിച്ചു അന്തിമ തീരുമാനം വൈകാതെയുണ്ടാകും. ഇക്കാര്യത്തിൽ റെയിൽവേ ബോർഡ് ഉദ്യോഗസ്ഥരുമായി ചൊവ്വാഴ്ച ചർച്ച നടത്തുമെന്നു എംപി അറിയിച്ചു. കൊല്ലം – എറണാകുളം ജംക്‌ഷൻ, ഷൊർണൂർ വഴിയാണു സർവീസ് നിർദേശിച്ചതെങ്കിലും മൂന്നു സ്ഥലങ്ങളിലും
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എഞ്ചിൻ മാറ്റുന്നതു പ്രായോഗികമല്ലെന്നാണു റെയിൽവേ നിലപാട്. ഷൊ‍ർണൂർ ഒഴിവാക്കുകയും എറണാകുളം ജംക്‌ഷനു പകരം എറണാകുളം ടൗണിൽ നിർത്തുകയും ചെയ്താൽ ഒരു മണിക്കൂറോളം സമയം ലാഭിക്കാൻ കഴിയുമെന്നും അധികൃതർ ചൂണ്ടിക്കാട്ടുന്നു.
ട്രെയിനിനു പാലരുവി എക്സ്പ്രസ് എന്നു പേരു നൽകണമെന്നു റെയിൽവേ ബോർഡിനോട് ആവശ്യപ്പെട്ടിട്ടുണ്ടെന്നു കൊടിക്കുന്നിൽ പറഞ്ഞു. പുനലൂരിൽനിന്നു ബെംഗളൂരു വഴി ഹൈദരാബാദിലേക്കു പുതിയ സർവീസ് ആരംഭിക്കാനും അങ്കമാലി - എരുമേലി ശബരി പാത എരുമേലിയിൽനിന്നു പുനലൂരേക്കു നീട്ടാനും ആവശ്യപ്പെട്ടിട്ടുണ്ടെന്നും എംപി അറിയിച്ചു. ശബരി എക്സ്പ്രസ് ഹൈദരാബാദിലെത്താൻ 30 മണിക്കൂർ എടുക്കുമ്പോൾ ബെംഗളൂരു വഴി ഹൈദരാബാദിലെത്താൻ 26 മണിക്കൂർ മതിയാകും. അതേസമയം കൊച്ചി നിവാസികൾ ഏറെക്കാലമായി ആവശ്യപ്പെടുന്ന എറണാകുളം - രാമേശ്വരം, സേലം ട്രെയിനുകളുടെ കാര്യത്തിൽ ഇപ്പോഴും തീരുമാനമില്ല.
രാവിലെ 10ന് മുൻപായി കോയമ്പത്തൂരിലെത്താൻ ട്രെയിൻ വേണമെന്ന ആവശ്യവും പരിഗണിച്ചിട്ടില്ല. ഏറെ മുറവിളികൾക്കു ശേഷം ആരംഭിച്ച വേളാങ്കണി സർവീസാകട്ടെ തീർഥാടകർക്കു ഉപകാരമില്ലാത്ത വ്യാഴാഴ്ചകളിലാണു സർവീസ് നടത്തുന്നത്. ഈ സർവീസും ഇപ്പോൾ നിലച്ച മട്ടാണ്. ഈ ട്രെയിൻ പ്രതിദിനമാക്കുകയോ വെളളിയാഴ്ച കേരളത്തിൽനിന്നു പുറപ്പെടുന്ന തരത്തിൽ പുനഃക്രമീകരിക്കുകയോ വേണമെന്നാണു ആവശ്യം. റേക്കില്ലെന്ന കാരണം പറഞ്ഞു കേരളത്തിനു ട്രെയിൻ നിഷേധിക്കുന്ന റെയിൽവേ ഈ വർഷം 18 പുതിയ ട്രെയിനുകളാണു വിവിധ ഭാഗങ്ങളിൽ അനുവദിച്ചത്. പാലക്കാട്–പുനലൂർ ട്രെയിനിനു ജനുവരി അവസാനത്തോടെ ഉത്തരേന്ത്യയിൽനിന്നു റേക്ക് എത്തുമെന്നാണു സൂചന.  
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Nov 07 2016 (11:41)  ശബരിമല: രണ്ടു പ്രത്യേക ട്രെയിനുകൾക്ക് ചെങ്ങന്നൂരും തിരുവല്ലയിലും സ്റ്റോപ്പില്ല (www.manoramaonline.com)
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Commentary/Human InterestSR/Southern  -  

News Entry# 285036     
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Nov 07 2016 (11:43AM)
Train Tag: Krishnarajapuram - Nagercoil SpecialFare Special/06012 added by Rise Above Reservation/939187

Nov 07 2016 (11:42AM)
Station Tag: Tiruvalla/TRVL added by Rise Above Reservation/939187

Nov 07 2016 (11:41AM)
Station Tag: Chengannur/CNGR added by Rise Above Reservation/939187

Nov 07 2016 (11:41AM)
Train Tag: Nagercoil - Krishnarajapuram Special Fare Special/06011 added by Rise Above Reservation/939187

Nov 07 2016 (11:41AM)
Train Tag: Visakhapatnam - Kollam Sabarimala Suvidha Special/82855 added by Rise Above Reservation/939187

Posted by: Rise Above Reservation~  108 news posts
കൊച്ചി ∙ ശബരിമല പ്രത്യേക ട്രെയിനുകൾക്കു തീർഥാടന കേന്ദ്രത്തിന് ഏറ്റവും അടുത്തുള്ള ചെങ്ങന്നൂർ, തിരുവല്ല സ്റ്റേഷനുകളിൽ സ്റ്റോപ്പില്ല. വിശാഖപട്ടണം- കൊല്ലം സുവിധ, നാഗർകോവിൽ-കൃഷ്ണരാജപുരം ട്രെയിനുകൾക്കാണു സ്റ്റോപ്പില്ലാത്തത്.
കെഎസ്ആർടിസി പമ്പയിലേക്ക് ഏറ്റവും കൂടുതൽ ബസുകളോടിക്കുന്നതു ചെങ്ങന്നൂരിൽ നിന്നാണ്. റെയിൽവേയ്ക്കു ശബരിമല സീസണിൽ ഏറ്റവും കൂടുതൽ വരുമാനം ലഭിക്കുന്നതും ഇവിടെ നിന്നാണ്. സ്റ്റോപ്പില്ലാത്തതിനു പുറമേ ശബരിമല തീർഥാടകരെ പിഴിയാനായി അമിത നിരക്ക് ഈടാക്കുന്ന സുവിധ ട്രെയിനുകളാണു ശബരിമല സീസണിൽ ഇത്തവണ കേരളത്തിലേക്കു കൂടുതലുണ്ടാകുകയെന്നാണു സൂചന.
19ന് സർവീസ് ആരംഭിക്കുന്ന വിശാഖപട്ടണം - കൊല്ലം സുവിധ ആഴ്ചയിൽ രണ്ടു തവണയാണുള്ളത്. കൃഷ്ണരാജപുരം ട്രെയിനാകട്ടെ എല്ലാ സീറ്റിനും തത്കാൽ നിരക്ക് ഈടാക്കുന്ന സ്പെഷൽ ഫെയർ ട്രെയിനാണ്. കുറേ മാസങ്ങളായി കേരളത്തിലേക്കുള്ള മിക്ക പ്രത്യേക ട്രെയിനുകളും അമിത നിരക്ക് ഈടാക്കുന്ന സുവിധയാണ്.
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ഓടിച്ചു ലാഭകരമാണെന്നു കണ്ടെത്തിയ കൊച്ചുവേളിയിൽ നിന്നുള്ള ഹൈദരാബാദ്, ഗുവാഹത്തി, എറണാകുളത്തു നിന്നുള്ള വേളാങ്കണ്ണി, ചെന്നൈ സർവീസുകൾ ഇപ്പോഴും സ്പെഷലായി തുടരുകയാണ്.
ഓരോ തവണയും സർവീസുകൾ അടുത്ത മാസത്തേക്കു നീട്ടിയെന്ന അറിയിപ്പു നൽകുകയാണ് റെയിൽവേ. എക്സ്പ്രസായി സ്ഥിരപ്പെടുത്തിയാൽ സുവിധ, സ്പെഷൽ ഫെയർ എന്നീ പേരുകളിൽ യാത്രക്കാരെ പിഴിയാൻ കഴിയില്ലെന്നതാണു കാരണം.
Sep 26 2016 (09:51)  Kerala: Railway minister Suresh Prabhu to dedicate new line (www.deccanchronicle.com)
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New Facilities/TechnologySR/Southern  -  

News Entry# 281254     
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Sep 26 2016 (9:51AM)
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Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu would dedicate to the nation the newly-built 9.6-km long Tiruvalla-Chengannur double line section on Monday that would ease the heavy rail traffic congestion in the Ernakulam-Kottayam-Kayamkulam section. Mr Prabhu, who is in Kozhikode to attend the BJP's national council meet, would also inaugurate infrastructure facilities at Palakkad, Thrissur, Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode railways stations through video conferencing.
While a new platform would be launched at Palakkad station, high-speed public WiFi service will be made available at Thrissur station. Already the service is available at Ernakulam, Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam stations. The minister would also launch an escalator each in Thrissur and Thriruvananthapurtam stations besides laying foundation stone for extension of Foot Overbridge at Kozhikode railway station.
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have already started running through the new Tiruvalla-Chengannur doubleline section. Another key section, 12 km-long Kuruppanthara-Piravom section is slated to be thrown open for rail traffic by October one. "The opening of the sections would result in a reduction of travel time of Express trains by up to 20 minutes. The changes in their timings would reflect in the new timetable to come into effect from October 1," a senior official said.
Aug 10 2016 (11:22)  Railways to take a call on proposed RRTS - KERALA - The Hindu (www.thehindu.com)
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The views of the Railways have been sought on the Rapid Rail Transit System (RRTS) proposed for the 125.65-km stretch between Thiruvananthapuram and Chengannur to make travel hassle-free for short-distance commuters.
The government move comes in the wake of the Rs.3,330.78-crore RRTS figuring on the list of prioritised projects to be taken up on a cost-sharing basis.
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had given the nod for the formation of the joint venture for cost-sharing of railway projects on 51:49 equity partnership between the State and the Railways.
RRTS project director Tomy Cyriac said the report of the feasibility study carried out by the Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) on the initiative of the State is with the Railways.
The MVRC has found RTS as “cost-effective and requires only an upgrade of the existing rail network” and that it can emerge as a continuous urban segment, paving the way for service industries, integrated townships, accelerated regional development, and job creation.
When contacted, Divisional Railway Manager (DRM), Thiruvanathapuram, Prakash Butani told The Hindu that the views on the project with the existing rail infrastructure will be submitted.
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The RRTS was mooted by former DRM Rajesh Agrawal to overcome the inability to introduce additional trains with the existing infrastructure. Customised EMU trains by putting to optimum use the electrified double line had been mooted.
Although MRVC has ruled out the construction of a new rail corridor in view of the hurdles in acquiring land, the existing double line that has 25-kV AC traction and multi-aspect colour light signalling will have to be upgraded.
Besides, the Railways will have to take a call on handling of the traffic along the busy corridor that has 27 stations. The traffic wing is apprehensive about handling the RRTS using the same infrastructure and double line.
Challenges
The challenges before the Railways are in the form of 78 level crossing gates, a gradient of 1:100 that poses a risk to automatic signalling system, non-uniform platform heights, trespassing, and yard remodelling at key railway stations.
At present, on an average 50 pairs of passenger trains and three to four goods trains operate on the line a day. Commuters use express, long-distance trains or road for short trips owing to non-availability of the MEMU and passenger trains.
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തിരുവല്ല: ചെങ്ങന്നൂര്-തിരുവല്ലാ രണ്ടാംപാതയില് ഓണത്തോടെ ട്രെയിന് ഓടിത്തുടങ്ങിയേക്കും. മുഖ്യ സുരക്ഷാ കമ്മീഷണറുടെ പരിശോധനയ്ക്കു ശേഷം അന്തിമ തിയ്യതി അറിയാനാകും. ആഗസ്ത് രണ്ടാം വാരം സുരക്ഷാ കമ്മീഷണര് പാതയില് പരിശോധന നടത്തും. ആഗസ്ത് 11ന് കമ്മീഷണര് പരിശോധനയ്ക്കെത്തുമെന്നാണ് വിവരം. 10ന് പിറവം പാതയില് പരിശോധന നടക്കും. തിയ്യതി സംബന്ധിച്ച് ഔദ്യോഗിക അറിയിപ്പായിട്ടില്ല. തിരുവല്ലയ്ക്കും ചെങ്ങന്നൂരിനുമിടയിലുള്ള ഒന്പതു കിലോമീറ്റര് ദൂരത്തിലാണ് പുതിയപാത പണിതത്. നാലുവര്ഷം മുമ്പ് പണികള് തുടങ്ങി. തിരുവല്ലായ്ക്കും ചെങ്ങന്നൂരിനുമിടയില് ഇനി രണ്ടു ലെവല് ക്രോസ്സുകളാണുള്ളത്; പുഷ്പഗിരിയും, ഓതറയും. ബാക്കി നാലിടത്ത് പുതിയ അടിപ്പാതകള് നിര്മിച്ചു. കല്ലിശ്ശേരി-ഓതറ റോഡിലുള്ള പമ്പ, പ്രാവിന്കൂട്-ഓതറ റോഡിലുള്ള തൈമറവുംകര, കുറ്റൂര്-വള്ളംകുളം റോഡിലുള്ള കുറ്റൂര്, ഇരുവെള്ളിപ്പറ എന്നിവിടങ്ങളിലാണ് പുതിയ അടിപ്പാതകള് പണിതത്. പമ്പാനദിക്കു കുറുകെ കല്ലിശ്ശേരിയിലും, വരട്ടാറിലും, മണിമലയാറിനു കുറുകെ കുറ്റൂരും വലിയ പാലങ്ങള് പണിതു. പുതിയ പാത ഗതാഗത സജ്ജമാക്കുന്നതിനായി ചേര്ന്നുനില്ക്കുന്ന മരങ്ങള് വെട്ടുന്ന ജോലികള് പൂര്ത്തിയായി. കുറ്റൂരിലെ പഴയ ലെവല്ക്രോസ നിന്ന വലിയ മാവ് വ്യാഴാഴ്ച വെട്ടിമാറ്റി. രണ്ടു പാളങ്ങളുടേയും ഇടയിലാണ് മാവ് നിന്നിരുന്നത്. ഇവിടെ അടിപ്പാത വന്നതോടെ ലെവല്ക്രോസ് ഇല്ലാതായി. ഗാര്ഡ്മുറിയും ഉടന് പൊളിക്കും. രണ്ടാം പാതയിലെ വൈദ്യുതീകരണം അടക്കമുള്ള സാങ്കേതിക ജോലികളും പൂര്ത്തിയായി. അവസാനവട്ട നിരീക്ഷണം നടത്തിവരികയാണിപ്പോള്. പാതയില് ജൂണ്21ന് പരീക്ഷണ ഓട്ടം നടത്തിയിരുന്നു. വൈദ്യുതീകരിച്ചിട്ടില്ലാതിരുന്നതിനാല് ഡീസല് എന്ജിന് ഉപയോഗിച്ചായിരുന്നു പരീക്ഷണം. ട്രാക്കിന്റെ പ്രവര്ത്തനം നിരീക്ഷിക്കുകയായിരുന്നു ഇതിന്റെ ലക്ഷ്യം. പുതിയപാത എല്ലാത്തരത്തിലും ഗതാഗത സജ്ജമായോയെന്ന് ഉറപ്പുവരുത്തേണ്ടത് റെയില്വേ സുരക്ഷാ കമ്മീഷണറാണ്. കഴിഞ്ഞ മാര്ച്ചില്...
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പണികള് തീര്ത്ത് ഗതാഗതം നടക്കുമെന്നാണ് കരുതിയിരുന്നത്. എന്നാല് വൈദ്യുതീകരണ ജോലികള് നീണ്ടു. തിരുവല്ലായില്നിന്നു കോട്ടയത്തേക്കുള പണികള് അന്തിമ ഘട്ടത്തിലെത്തിയിട്ടില്ല.
Jun 12 2016 (09:47)  Trial run of second track between Piravam Road and Kurupunthara Conducted as a part of doubling (static-editions.manoramaonline.com)
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Trial run of second track between Piravam Road and Kurupunthara Conducted as a part of doubling, expected to open to traffic on july first week

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Jun 07 2016 (09:20)  Work completed in Kurupunthara Piravam Section and Thiruvalla Chnegannur Section (static-editions.manoramaonline.com)
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The doubling of Pirvam road Kurupunthara section is almost over and the works along Thiruvalla Chengannur section is almost finished. Railway is planning to open the tracks to traffic in July

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Feb 25 2016 (15:52)  From the archives: Ready for the longest train journey in India? (www.hindustantimes.com)
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Why take a flight when you can sit back and enjoy the scenery on a leisurely train journey? Ever wonder that? We feel you. We say, a journey on Indian trains should be on everyone’s bucket list. It can be affordable, safe and comfortable.
So, on a day when the railway budget is hogging headlines and the Minister of Railways made a slew of announcements - from India’s first rail auto hub and boosting to e-catering to connectivity to North-East and Wi-Fi in railway stations - we dig up our archives and found this... (Hope you’re up for a long, long train journey?)
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a hot summer afternoon in 1853, as the first steam locomotive pulled out of Bombay, India entered the rail era. Today, 160 years later, even at a time when the Railways are making headlines for the wrong reasons, a ride aboard the Vivek Express is the opportunity of a lifetime. It’s India’s longest train ride, starting from Dibrugarh in Assam and sweeping down the eastern coast to culminate at Kanyakumari. It covers a staggering 4,300 km (more than 1/10th the earth’s circumference), in an unforgettable four-night-three-day grind.
Having grown up reading the works of adventurers such as Jules Verne and Rudyard Kipling, I wasn’t short of inspiration. Boning up on railway fiction might help you prepare for 82 hours on the tracks, but as India flashes by the window, nothing prepares you for what lies inside: a journey that opens your eyes to ways of travelling and surviving the Great Indian Railways experience. Perhaps, a line by author Paul Theroux about the romance of travel comes close: “You go away for a long time and return a different person - you never come all the way back.”
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In 1881, the British set up a 65-km metre gauge line from Dibrugarh in north Assam to the Margherita Garden Estate, mainly for transportation of tea and coal. Today Dibrugarh, a bustling town on the Himalayan foothills, is the only non-Capital city in the country to have important trains such as the Rajdhani Express and Vivek Express originating from it.
Read: 10 top train songs
After braving a downpour, as we await the station master and train staff at the crew lobby, we chance upon an intriguing procedure:
Driver Mohammad Rahimuddin, 55, blows hard into an alcometer for a breathalyser test done to ensure drivers aren't tipsy when they guide the train. That done, he gets an update on the locomotive's load capacity, electrical output and power certification from the staff before he heads to the pilot's cabin.
"Most of the 22 coaches of the Vivek Express have been built in the integrated rail coach factory at Kapurthala and the rest at Perambur. A majority of passengers on the train are soldiers manning our borders since China is just 220 kilometres from Dibrugarh," station in-charge R. Bhattacharjee tells us over tea-bag chai and biscuits.

The flag-bearer: The guard is the lord of all he surveys. M Abubacker let the HT Brunch team travel with him in the brake van in the final stretch from Trivandrum to Kanyakumari.
Riding on hope
Author Bill Aitken, whose Branch Line to Eternity introduced readers to the romance of feeder railway lines, says spending four days on a slow, squalid train is worth it just for the great value for money it offers. "Travelling 4200 kilometres for peanuts must be the cheapest fare in the world anywhere?" he surmises.
Aitken isn't off the mark. The Vivek Express takes you across more than 600 stations, halting at 56 major destinations spread across eight states (see map) in two tier air-conditioned comfort for Rs 3475. The ticket for third AC is Rs 2305, the sleeper class Rs 925 and for the general class Rs 545.
The general compartment, where more than 200 people are crammed into a space fit for just 90, is where this economics is at play. Bodies dripping sweat, satchels welded to the arm and voices raised to holler at those stepping on their toes: the compartment begins to fill with workers and tea-pickers at Dibrugarh itself.
By the time the train reaches Tinsukiya in Assam, the closest station to Arunachal Pradesh, a catchment area for Kafkaesque contractors looking for cheap labour - it is spilling at the seams, and then, where it doesn't seem likely: Six workers invade the train loo, Occupy Wall Street style, and refuse to come out. After all, they too have a ticket to ride and no standing room.
"What can one do? The cheap fare is provided by contractors who take their cut. It isn't our job to check tickets here. That will be done by the flying squad," philosophises a moon-faced ticket inspector who refuses to divulge his name. Oblivious to the heat, grime and noise, clad in similar vests, flip flops and jeans, a group of youngsters is engrossed in a game of cards.
What drives these agricultural workers, who form the biblical salt of the earth, to seek employment thousands of kilometres away in Kerala and Tamil Nadu? Dilip Sonowal, 25, who boards the train along with eight others from Tinsukiya, has an answer: "Higher wages and assured employment through the year. The highest we can make in Assam is Rs 200 even if we work overtime. In Kerala, if we get an extra Rs 30 every additional hour, we can earn as much as Rs 350. Aur phir, videsh jaa kar kuch naya dekhenge." Travel, the ultimate teacher, did someone say? In the tradition of a Columbus and Robinson Crusoe, it is the feeling of being the first man in new terrain that has inspired Mangal Jyoti Chakma, 18, a tribal farmer from Arunachal Pradesh, to head for a rubber factory in Tamil Nadu's Kottayam district. No one in the last five generations of Chakmas has worked in a rubber plant. But the prospect doesn't daunt him. "I will learn and earn. When I go back home, it will be in air-conditioned," he declares, eyes gleaming, high on hope and youth.
The sisterhood: Sister Janet Baby, a teacher in Arunachal Pradesh’s Miao Diocese, says coming by train helped her mingle with other nuns (unlike the time she went by air)
Thoughts for food
As I settle my portly 85-kg frame into the lower berth, an old Indian Railways tagline: "To learn a thousand dialects, eat a thousand cuisines and meet a million people, you need just one berth," comes to mind and for a few moments, I let my mind wander. When one negotiates more than 4000 km on the longest train journey in India, one comes across mountains, rivers, backwaters and the sea. One unravels local tongues and makes friends with fellow-passengers even as one's tastebuds explode with a smattering of food flavours.
Food, yes, as usual, it manages to derail my train of thought! I make my way across my two-tier AC through the vestibule and decide to meet pantry manager Ramen Mahato.
He can't be serious! I blurt out aloud. The subject of my incredulity is Mahato's statement: "This is a cooking-free train. Aboard the Vivek Express, meals are prepared only for the staff, not travellers," he says triumphantly and I have visions of turning carnivorous. "What about ticket holders?" I ask in my best Hannibal Lecter voice. "Are we meant to go on a fast and die a slow death?" "For them, the service staff picks up meals. Lunch from Guwahati, dinner at Alipur Duar, breakfast at Durgapur and so on," says Mahato, making it sound like Breakfast at Tiffany's and my stomach rumbles in relief. It is another matter though, that the staple fare of rivers of watery dal running through mountains of rice and a squiggle of bright red chillie pickle is painting its own, unappetising landscape which would usher in insurgency in the belly, once we reach Delhi.
As we leave Lumdig in Assam and move towards Dimapur in Nagaland, the first lot of public pariahs - urchins, beggars and a group of eunuchs - makes an appearance. An arm-less beggar looks for alms, finds little success but goes through the vestibules from second AC to three-tier, to sleeper, to general, with a beatific smile. "Even the cops don't harass us. They know better. They just extracted Rs 200 from a fauji for having whisky from his consignment of canteen booze," the disabled beggar who goes by the name of Jishnu, tells me with a wink. "What's a couple of swigs of Mansion House whisky when the country has other important matters to discuss? Tell me, what about the Chinese incursion in Ladakh?" asks a Border Roads Force subedar, who refuses to give me his name, as he draws dark red curtains over the side berth and draws at his glass, before retiring for the night and unleashing a fusillade of snoring glory.
Read: 20 train sequences in films you will never forget
The insurgency-ravaged Seven Sisters of the North-East are home to a sizeable number of Army and paramilitary soldiers - mainly from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police, the Assam Rifles, The Madras Regiment, BSF and CRPF - who hail from Southern India. Till the Vivek Express was launched, a soldier, say, from Kerala, stationed in Arunachal Pradesh, had to change trains at least four times to reach his destination. "Earlier, we spent close to six days going to our unit. From Trivandrum one took a train to Chennai. From here we reached Howrah two days later. The train in the evening which took us to Guwahati took one day and a night and from Guwahati to our post was another long, backbreaking journey," says BSF constable SK Nair, 30, stationed in Siliguri. "With a direct train, all that is a distant memory," adds Nair with a smile.
The two additional days he gets to spend with his family are worth their weight in gold biscuits from the Gulf, says Simon K.M. of Assam Rifles. The 54-year-old Havaldar, stationed in Arunachal Pradesh, is looking forward to catching up with his 24-year old son. "He has just got a job at the Pathanamthitta town collectorate," he says with palpable pride. "He has taken after me. He is six feet tall, you will see when he comes to pick me up at Chenganur," he adds. For his 22-year-old daughter, Simon, working with the Assam Rifles for more than 30 years, is taking along saplings of cacti grown in Nagaland, which bear colourful flowers in 13 resplendent hues. "Originally found in the north-east, it survives in Kerala beautifully. I had taken four saplings the last time I came home," adds the veteran soldier, who says he can't afford more than two chhutis a year (one in the summer and another at Christmas).
Freedom song: Avi Chishi and Vikali Sumi, students from Dimapur, Nagaland, are excited about their first holiday outside the North-East, in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu.
A trip by train from one end of the country to another is also special because it is microcosmic of the Indian way of life. Remember Yatra, Shyam Benegal's iconic series where Om Puri played the protagonist, which followed the route of the Himsagar Express, the longest train journey in India which connected Kashmir to Kanyakumari before Vivek Express was launched in 2011? On the Vivek Express, the role of the railways in uniting a multiplicity of people across diverse states permeates through strongly.
A seasoned passenger on the train, Beryl King, 24, could unwittingly become a brand ambassador for this brand of integration, railways-style. The polyglot 24-year-old montessori teacher, who boards the train in Dimapur, is headed to Ernakulam, where she goes to meet her aunt and extended family on her departed father's side, every six months. "The train is ideal for somebody like me who has family in the North-East as well as relatives down the Vindhyas. I am going from my mom's hometown in Dimapur to my late father's native place," she says. King's father, a highway engineer from Kerala, couldn't converse in anything but Malayalam and English when he was working in Nagaland. Her mother, for whom anything other than Nagamese (a mixture of Naga, Assamese and Hindi) was alien, didn't know English. "But love knows no language and they got married. Who knows where I'll find my soulmate - in Nagaland or Kerala?" wonders King, as she breaks into a grin and a giggle routine. That she can break the ice by breaking into fluent Malayalam as well as Nagamese, make her popular with many of her fellow travellers.
In the three-tier AC section, as Boney M's 'Hooray, hooray, it's a holi-holiday/What a world of fun for everyone, holi-holiday' blares from their smartphones, a nattily dressed Naga girl duo from Dimapur stands out with its exuberant disposition. "I am like, super-excited!" announces Avi Chishi, a 24-year-old student of theology, as she puts out the loudspeaker and gives her headphones to her friend Vikali Sumi, 22. "We hadn't ever ventured beyond Guwahati till yesterday. And today, here we are, headed to the tip of the subcontinent on a trip of a lifetime," says Sumi. "Inside the campus of Dimapur's New Life Bible College, we mostly listen to gospel musicians such as Paul Baloche and Max Locado. But on a holiday, we can choose to listen to classic rock," adds Sumi.
Sweet somethings: At Durgapur Junction in West Bengal, the first vendors of mishti doi make their appearance. It is the best dessert one can hope to feast on, on this journey.
Great Railways Bazaar
As the hilly terrain of Assam makes way for Bengal, rows and rows of thatched roof houses run alongside the rail track. The landscape becomes flatter and on the garishly painted walls of the rare concrete dwelling, advertisements for Amul Macho 'yeh to bahut toing hai' innerwear compete with Ultratech cement and railway employee union slogans in Bengali.
At Alipur Duar, the first station in Mamata country, the silence of the coach is broken by the high-pitched sales pitch of Rahul Das.
"Nothing less than Rs 10 for a cup," he bellows and manages to convince a few buyers. As the warm liquid breaks the lethargy of the evening, we quiz him on his revenue stream. "Between Alipur Duar and Rampur Haat (four stations) I will earn Rs 700 and then return home on another train," says Das.
It isn't exactly an incursion, but selling their wares on a moving train is a revenue model which thrives on Chinese imports. So, we have vendors at New Jalpaiguri, trying to peddle a smartphone for Rs 1200 and a Tab for Rs 8000, all Chinese-made. I settle for a Teng Peng multi-point charger with colourful sockets in fluorescent orange, yellow, pink and blue for Rs 100 and plug it into the power point provided in the coach for mobile charging. Soon, I am the most popular person on the train, with people from adjoining coaches, the pantry staff and even strangers from sleeper class approaching me with requests to charge their gadgets, many of them bearing the inscription: MADE IN CHINA.
Destiny’s child: Beryl King, 24, from Dimapur, is one of those rare passengers who has family in both Kerala as well as Nagaland. She says the train is an ideal choice for people like her
Riding with the loco pilots
Doi, doi, mishti doi. At Durgapur, the first vendors of sweetened curd bring that unmistakable Bengali touch to the platform. With a 30-minute stop for refuelling and change of engine from diesel to electric, the halt is ideal to make acquaintance with the charioteers of our train, one thinks. So, between the industrial town best known for its steel plant and Asansol, we request loco pilot RB Ram and his assistant Rajiv Kumar to allow us a peek into their cabin and they oblige.
Outside the drivers' cabin, truck after truck of coal extracted from the Raniganj coalfields just outside Durgapur, drives past. The undulating landscape is a maze of giant factories, tin sheds, lorry drivers and electrical wires. Inside, with the assurance of a pro, Ram is shouting instructions to his junior on impending railway signals.
Manning their console, with meters to check air flow, braking pressure and speed, needs knowledge of both the mechanical and electrical aspects of locomotive engineering, says Ram, 53, a native of Mughalsarai in Uttar Pradesh, who has made Asansol his home for the 20 years he has been with the Railways. "As you can see, we can't use mobile phones or take loo breaks. Other than that, the job isn't tough, not after having driven goods trains for close to 15 years," he says with a smile. "He is a good teacher, so the long hours don't bother me," says Ram's assistant Rajiv Kumar, 26. "The most enjoyable part of the trip is when we get the engine from Asansol to Durgapur, before it is attached to the train. We are the most crucial personnel on the train. So, we should get adequate rest to keep fresh," says Kumar.
Vijayawada Mystery
On the morning of the third day, we approach Andhra Pradesh's Vijayawada junction, one of the busiest stations in southern India, which handles more than 320 trains every day. Apart from vendors selling piping fresh dosai, idlis and vadais, the eye goes to the vendors' fluorescent orange T-shirts that proclaim 'Beware of thieves' in English, Telugu and Hindi. Curiosity piqued and an Idly-Vada picked, one asks them why they are sporting the intriguing message.
"It's on the instructions of cops," is as forthcoming as the answers get. Befuddled, I look for the closest person in wearing khaki, pot belly and stick and quiz him on the same. The cop summons me and we begin walking in the direction of the train's last cabin. With about 2 minutes left for the train to leave I am nervous, when he points me to a hoarding and says: "Good officer, saar!" Opposite me is a giant hoarding like a split-screen TV discussion, replete with badly translated moral science lessons such as 'Lane Mein Jayiye Choron Se Bachiye' (join the queue to avoid thieves), 'Sona Mat Pahaniye' and 'Buddha Aadmiyon Se Madad Karo' (help the elderly), courtesy Dr M. Kantha Rao, SP, Railway Police, along with photographs of the 'good' officer demonstrating what he is preaching and his phone number.
The provocation: a spate of chain snatchings around Vijayawada. During this investigation, the train's electric horn begins to blare and one rushes to catch the moving locomotive, only to end up breathless in the pantry section!
Being confined for hours together in a common space brings out even the most introverted characters out of their shell and spontaneous friendships formed on trains are sometimes known to last lifetimes. Shyamoshree, 34 a homemaker from Dimapur, Nagaland, for instance, is travelling with her five-year -old daughter Ashtha to Kottayam to visit family friends. They met Ratna Ghosh and her six year old daughter Sayantika, natives of Dibrugarh, a few hours back on the train and have become great friends since. The two girls play antakshri, Atlas, watch games on Shyamoshree's laptop and transform themselves into announcers on the train's non-existent public address system every time it slows down at a station.
Windows 2013: A window view of the general compartment. It is meant for close to 90 people, but actually had more than 200.
Out Patients Department
As one takes leave of Andhra Pradesh towards Tamil Nadu, one notices a group of travellers preparing to de-board at Katpadi Junction, near the Christian Medical College, Vellore (CMC). Swarup Dutta, a 32-year-old telecom engineer from Dibrugarh is taking his father Subir Kumar Dutta, 60, a former National Assurance Company executive, for treatment of his lower-back. "The extent of personal care for patients there is much better than Assam. So one doesn't mind the travel," says Dutta Junior. Arati Sarkar, 59, a housewife from Assam, who is travelling with her daughter and granddaughter to CMC Vellore to get a gum infection treated, agrees. "It's a shame that the North-east which is home to 40 million people, almost equal to the population of England, doesn't have decent medical facilities," says Sarkar.
Then there was Nun
At Chengannur the Vivek Express turns into a ghost train. Most of the migrant workers have alighted. The general, sleeper and air-conditioned coaches are deserted and one does a recce to find out if there are any travellers left. It is here, in the two-tier compartment that the smiling countenance and sparkling eyes of Sister Janet Baby catch your attention. Almost hidden on a side berth, the 37-year-old assistant teacher in Arunachal Pradesh's Miao Diocese is viewing the lush green landscape from the window, as she prepares to reach home to her village in Trivandrum district. "This has been my first trip on this train and it was special. The last time we came by plane spending a steep Rs 20,000, I could never mingle with other sisters and fathers. From eating together, to recounting stories, to moving around and meeting other sisters on the Vijayawada platform, it can only be possible here. That is the biggest charm of a train journey," she says.
Guard's Own Country
On the fourth morning, in the final stretch of our sojourn after Trivendrum Central, through cajolement and coercion, we persuade Senior Guard M Abubacker to let us travel with him in the brake-van. It turns out to be the best part of our 82-hour journey. We are cruising through the backwaters, with the landscape a lush expanse of green, with swaying palms, the smell of the ocean nearby and the company of a raconteur.
We count four tunnels and three trains pass us by, as Abubacker Sahib, 57, opens his trunk (that has among other sundry supplies such as flags, maps, torches and rulebooks, a detonator) and heart to us.
The guard's cabin is a hallowed space. Unlike engine drivers (two of them confined to a small space), he is the lord of all he surveys. "Saar, I am like one-man army. I don't need assistants," says Abubacker as he goes on to explain how a guard may need to put a detonator on the tracks in case of a derailment to protect the train. When he joined the Railways 34 years back, the native of Alleppey, known for its powder beaches and backwaters, Abubacker served as a forge-man. He cleared an exam to become a guard and now, after marrying off both his daughters to 'suitable' boys in the Gulf, he has no points left to prove. Abubacker's sense of pride comes from a sense of finality: " After close to 12 guards have changed hands over 4200 kilometres, in the last stretch, for the final 80-odd kilometres from Trivandrum to Kanyakumari, a guard from Quilon division is guiding the Vivek Express, the longest train journey in the country. Personally, it is a matter of great honour, Sir!" The pride is infectious. Suddenly, even my photographer colleague and I are gripped by a sense of having achieved something. Great signal, guard sahib!
Vivekanand Rocks
On the fifth morning, at Kanyakumari, the final station, a few stragglers alight from the train, apart from the train staff. Beyond that is the sea. Kanyakumari at the Cape Comerin, is the Land's End of the country and believed to have multi-coloured sands. The sleepy township is revered for its Kanya Kumari Shrine and the Vivekananda Memorial, named after the Bengali philosopher, which becomes an island at high tide. The legend goes, that standing in the waters of Kanyakumari if one had three legs, one could plant them each in the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. It is a logical conclusion for a journey where all Indian rivers of faith, creed, culture and languages finally submerge. The track stops here.
From HT Brunch, May 19 , 2013
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