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Blog Entry# 1123560
Posted: Jun 05 2014 (06:20)

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Last Response: Feb 28 2015 (16:31)
  
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Jun 05 2014 (06:20)   16352/Nagercoil - Mumbai CSMT Balaji Express (PT)

Vinod Selvin   27 blog posts   48 correct pred (56% accurate)
Entry# 1123560            Tags   Past Edits
Close your windows and doors in Train when it enter Karnataka during night, because there may be chance that theif will enter in your train and snatch your chain and expensive things,
so be careful during night train and Enjoy the journey

  
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Jun 16 2014 (13:24)
Amjad Ali Khan*^~   6377 blog posts   103243 correct pred (68% accurate)
Re# 1123560-1            Tags   Past Edits
#irrelevant Category.

  
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Jun 16 2014 (20:33)
Bengal Nagpur Railway™~   2586 blog posts   184 correct pred (73% accurate)
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I too was told by my friend that such things happen in CSTM CAPE EXP in Karnataka region in way back 2005, but I could not believe...
Friends is it true?

  
Jun 20 2014 (01:13)
srijit79~   202 blog posts
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Its not Karnataka but Solapur which is more dangerous, any train which passess through Solapur like 16381/12163/11041/11027.... etc should be alert....RPF guys always intstruct the passengers to keep the shutters down, becoz of stone pelting incidents and thefts before....

  
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Feb 28 2015 (16:31)
Vijay Kumar Katta   50 blog posts   1117 correct pred (68% accurate)
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The stretch between Bhigwan and Mohol is treacherous for night travel, robbery, stone throwing in night trains, RPF instructs passenger to keep the shutters down, hope fully once this stretch is converted to double line, things will improve
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