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Blog Entry# 1353264  
Posted: Jan 27 2015 (23:48)

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Last Response: Jan 28 2015 (22:58)
  
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Jan 27 2015 (23:48)  
 

IR QUIZ MASTER   1417 blog posts   868 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Want to travel from Dadar-madgaon-ernakulam-shoranur-vasai on a circular journey ticket. Where should I give application for the same? Is it @ CSTM or BCT? I had got CJT before for BCT-BRC-JU-JP-AGC-NDLS-KLK-NDLS-BCT from WR, BCT as it was for WR network. So will DR-MAO-ERS-SRR-BSR fall under CR?

  
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Jan 28 2015 (10:26)
IR QUIZ MASTER   1417 blog posts   868 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Any suggestions? If this blog would have been about train speed or extension then all controversial threads would have been created which makes no sense at all to most of us but such information required by members is not answered. The website name should be changed to www.indiarailcontroversy.com

  
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Jan 28 2015 (10:31)
Tejas*^~   6576 blog posts   4341 correct pred (64% accurate)
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You can give the application anywhere in Mumbai Nits. The PRS jurisdiction is immaterial in this case.

  
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Jan 28 2015 (22:58)
IR QUIZ MASTER   1417 blog posts   868 correct pred (66% accurate)
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So you mean I can apply for CJT @ BCT even though the journey is originating n ending in CR?
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