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Blog Entry# 901850
Posted: Nov 10 2013 (13:34)

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Last Response: May 20 2015 (01:52)
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Nov 10 2013 (13:34)   11463/Somnath - Jabalpur Express (Via Itarsi)

Jagdeesh Srivastava^~   5160 blog posts   14285 correct pred (75% accurate)
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If you want a GNWL(general waitlist) then you can book from Gondal/GDL.

Nov 10 2013 (14:33)
Jagdeesh Srivastava^~   5160 blog posts   14285 correct pred (75% accurate)
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mujhe samajh mein nahi aaya red light kyun mila??

May 20 2015 (01:31)
esagargroup   55 blog posts   60 correct pred (78% accurate)
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I guess members didn't understand you were trying to point out. Yes, for train no. 11463 if you want chance of getting confirmed and if you are let's say travelling from Ahmadabad or Anand or Vadodara to Bhopal, you can book between Gondal and Bhopal and Select Boarding point of your boarding station, you will get GNWL (if there is waitlist) or even confirm ticket is instead of PQWL and RLWL of your boarding station quota and less chances of confirmations on that quota. For train no. 11465, you can choose from Rajkot as for that train Rajkot is under GNWL (saving some bucks than booking from Gondal). Similarly, for 11464 if you are boarding from Bhopal (which fills up quickly and less chance of confirmation due to RLWL), book from Hoshanagabad (under GNWL) and boarding point from Bhopal, you may get confirm or GNWL (more chance of confirmation). Similarly train...
No. 11466, you can book from Vidisha (under GNWL quota) and select boarding point of Bhopal if you are travelling to Gujarat.

May 20 2015 (01:52)
Jagdeesh Srivastava^~   5160 blog posts   14285 correct pred (75% accurate)
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yes... absolutely correct!
This is what I wanted to say too :D
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