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Blog Entry# 921246  
Posted: Nov 30 2013 (11:13)

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Last Response: Oct 01 2016 (12:04)
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Nov 30 2013 (11:13)   12270/Hazrat Nizamuddin - Chennai Central Duronto Express

maheshsunda*^~   4348 blog posts   31442 correct pred (71% accurate)
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Day 1:
1. A total of ONLY two RailNeer water bottles per passenger for the entire journey provided on day 1 itself.
2. High Tea follows (No High-tea for SL class of travel) immediately.
3. Dinner served before Jhansi with ice cream.

Day 2:
1. Newspaper, coffee/tea, breakfast provided before Balharshah.
2. Lunch immediately before or after Warangal with ice cream.
3. High-Tea after Vijayawada.
4. Dinner before Chennai with ice cream.

Dec 01 2013 (23:38)
Vikramjeet Maitra~   618 blog posts   271 correct pred (60% accurate)
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Green... :')

Oct 01 2016 (11:35)
Bengal Nagpur Railway™~   2511 blog posts   166 correct pred (72% accurate)
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Providing 2 water bottles on day 1 itself is a very good practice, as later on 2nd day passengers won't have to run after pantry staffs & ultimately make their journey experience bitter.

Oct 01 2016 (12:04)
maheshsunda*^~   4348 blog posts   31442 correct pred (71% accurate)
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If pantry guys can supply second day's coffee, what's the problem in supplying water bottles too? It's absurd practice to dump everything on passengers on day one itself, where will they store it?
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