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DMC/Dhemaji (2 PFs)
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Track: Single Diesel-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 8
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
D K Rd, Dhemaji
State: Assam
Elevation: 105 m above sea level
Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier
Division: Rangiya
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May 18 2015 (11:00)  Rangiya-Murkongselek gauge converted (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 225034     
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May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Balipara/BVU added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Silapathar/SPTR added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Rangapara North Junction/RPAN added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Bhalukpong/BHNG added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Murkeongselek/MZS added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Dhemaji/DMC added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Rangiya Junction/RNY added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: North Lakhimpur/NLP added by Mazhar/1139229

May 18 2015 (11:00AM)
Station Tag: Rangiya Junction/RNY added by Mazhar/1139229

Posted by: Mazi IRI  34 news posts
Rangiya-Murkongselek gauge converted
GUWAHATI, May 10 – Sudarshan Nayak, Commissioner of Railway Safety, NF Circle, Kolkata inspected the newly converted broad gauge (BG) line of the Rangiya-Murkongselek gauge conversion project (national project) of Rangiya Division from Sripani to Murkongselek (72 km) on May 6 and 7, and from Balipara to Bhalukpong (34.8 km) on May 8. This was stated in a press release.
At first, the safety official conducted motor trolley inspection from Sripani to Telam on May 6 and from Telam to Murkongselek the next day. Then the speed train trial
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run from Murkongselek to Sripani was taken on May 7. He also inspected the branch line from Balipara to Bhalukpong on May 8 for opening of the section for passenger traffic. In both the sections, the high speed trial run was conducted at 115/116 kmph.
The gauge conversion from Sripani to Murkongselek and Balipara to Bhalukpong is a part of the Rangiya-Murkongselek (511.88 km) gauge conversion project. For the project, at first Rangiya-Rangapara North-Dekargaon (144.48 km) was completed on November 7, 2013, Rangapara North-Harmuti (142.76 km) completed on March 28, 2014, Harmuti-North Lakhimpur (35 km) completed on December 16, 2014, North Lakhimpur to Sripani (82 km) completed on March 13, 2015 and finally, from Sripani to Murkongselek and from Balipara to Bhalukpong completed on May 8 this year.
With the completion of CRS inspection in both the remaining sections of the project, literally the work of the much awaited Rangiya-Murkongselek gauge conversion national project has come to an end. The Northeast Frontier Railway will start passenger and goods traffic operation on the whole section shortly.
During the inspection, the CRS, NF Circle was accompanied by Surinder Pal, Chief Administrative Officer, NF Railway, Construction-2, Radhey Raman, Divisional Railway Manager, Rangiya, SC Rajak, Chief Engineer, NF Railway, Construction-5, and other senior railway officials.
Jan 13 2015 (16:35)  Rangiya-Murkongselek line nearing completion (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 208919     
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Jan 13 2015 (4:38PM)
Station Tag: Dhemaji/DMC added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:38PM)
Train Tag: Arunachal MG Express/15814 added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:38PM)
Train Tag: Arunachal MG Express/15813 added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:35PM)
Station Tag: Murkeongselek/MZS added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:35PM)
Station Tag: Rangiya Junction/RNY added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:35PM)
Station Tag: Guwahati/GHY added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Jan 13 2015 (4:35PM)
Train Tag: Mumbai LTT-Guwahati Express/15645 added by ER Biplob Kagyung/311087

Posted by: xxx  332 news posts
GUWAHATI, Jan 12 – The Railways is expecting to complete work on the gauge conversion project in the entire 511.8-km Rangiya-Murkongselek section within this financial year.
Senior Indian Railways officials told The Assam Tribune that work on the final stretch between North Lakhimpur to Murkongselek is at its final stages and once it is complete, the entire stretch would be opened for goods and passenger services within a short time.
“The 154-km stretch between North Lakhimpur and Murkongselek is the last phase of the Rangiya-Murkongselek gauge conversion project. Work is at its last
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stages and the entire line would be ready by March,” an official told this newspaper.
The Indian Railways had earlier opened the Rangiya-Rangapara-Harmuti section for passenger service as well as the finger line between Rangapara and Dekargaon.
“Last month, the stretch between Harmuti and North Lakhimpur also received the go ahead for passenger service from the Commissioner of Railway Safety (CRS) and service in that stretch is expected soon,” said the official.
Work on the section is being carried out by the Northeast Frontier Railway Construction Organisation.
The 154-km stretch between North Lakhimpur and Murkongselek has 68 major bridges, 51 minor bridges, one road overbridge (ROB), four road underbridges (RUB) and 12 stations.
In the entire section between Rangiya and Murkongselek, there are 662 major bridges, 210 minor bridges, ten ROBs, eight RUBs and 39 stations.
In addition, NFR(C) has also conducted engine rolling in the finger line between Balipara and Bhalukpong (34.47 km). There are ten major bridges, 101 minor bridges, one ROB, one RUB and one station in that finger line.
Feb 22 2014 (00:49)  The Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) staged protest on slow progress of Bogibeel bridge (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 169076     
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SILAPATHAR, Feb 21 – The Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) staged a protest against the slow construction of the Bogibeel bridge at Bogibeel-Karengghat on Thursday, 25 km from here. The youth body expressed grave concern over the non-completion of the Bogibeel Railway Project, which was started in 1999 by the Central Government. The Dhemaji AJCYP unit staged the protest by burning the effigy of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh in the middle of the construction site at Bogibeel.
The protesters, led by AJYCP district president Ratul Borgohain, went to the construction site in the middle of the Brahmaputra river. The AJYCP activists also shouted slogans against the State and Central governments for their lackadaisical attitude towards the completion of the Bogibeel Railway
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Later, Borgohain said that the slow construction was indicative of the negligence towards Northeast India. The contractors – Gammon India Limited – are yet to complete the construction of all 42 posts of the bridge since the commencement of work. The construction of as many as 12 posts in the middle section of the bridge are yet ro start, he added. Borgohain criticised Lakhimpur MP and Union Minister of Tribal Affairs Ranee Narah for her “negligent attitude” in the Parliament over the bridge.
According to the Gammon India Limited, 90 per cent work on the posts of the bridge has been completed and the remaining work will be over by this year. The superstructure of the bridge will be laid by the Hindustan Construction Limited.
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