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Apr 05 2012 (20:40)   BSL/Bhusaval Junction (8 PFs)

lakhbir   73 blog posts
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My wife and kids are traveling to Mumbai in 18030 shalimar kurla exp. Train will reach ' Bhusaval' at about 20.40 at night. There is no pantry car in train , can anyone advice me any Hotel, Restaurant, with contact number etc where i can order Dinner for them via phone and they will get it in train. Please advice me which place will be best to order dinner for them' Nandura or Malkapur or bhusaval' because in case if train get late then it will reach late night in bhusaval. Is there any restaurant like NEELAM at bhusaval station ??

Apr 05 2012 (20:45)
ThE BoSs*^~   14329 blog posts   64994 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Sir, I Guess there will be IRCTC Vendors to Provide a Lunch/Dinner.
During Night u will get Food from the VENDORS, why to get that from any Hotels/Restaurant's ???

Apr 10 2012 (21:33)
lakhbir   73 blog posts
Re# 389510-2            Tags   Past Edits
because quality of food provided in that particular train ( no pantry car ) is not good.

Apr 10 2012 (21:36)
Bye CRB^~   84585 blog posts   5303 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 389510-3            Tags   Past Edits
Best option is to take home cooked food like puri , namkin etc ..also you can take with yourself fruits ..

Apr 10 2012 (21:39)
lakhbir   73 blog posts
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because quality of food provided in that particular train ( no pantry car ) is not good.
Nov 15 2011 (09:05)  

lakhbir   73 blog posts
Entry# 282614            Tags   Past Edits
i am in south bihar exp pnr no is 6303206090, after chart pre it is RA2/39. This is confirm or rac?

Nov 15 2011 (09:11)
WRIK*^~   7539 blog posts   131 correct pred (59% accurate)
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May 28 2010 (15:24)  

lakhbir   73 blog posts
Entry# 45312            Tags   Past Edits
it is not working when i click on 'Post a Question/Comment about this PNR' and after that post blog. whats wrong?

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Jun 03 2010 (06:27)
Charm Totally Vanished*^~   20632 blog posts   19697 correct pred (77% accurate)
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Respected Manish ji,
It is working fine both in IE and Firefox as well.
Please try again and come to this site, if problem persists.

Jun 03 2010 (11:42)
Manish*^~   8606 blog posts   22501 correct pred (85% accurate)
Re# 45312-8            Tags   Past Edits
I tried just now but still face same problem.

Jun 03 2010 (11:45)
Ketan   2 blog posts
Re# 45312-9            Tags   Past Edits
Try in IE 8

Jun 03 2010 (11:48)
abhashkr   248 blog posts   226 correct pred (62% accurate)
Re# 45312-10            Tags   Past Edits
for me its working :)

Jun 03 2010 (12:01)
Manish*^~   8606 blog posts   22501 correct pred (85% accurate)
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I am able to do in IE. Guess some problem in my Firefox browser.
Jun 01 2010 (15:59)   12809/Mumbai CSMT - Howrah Mail ( Via Nagpur ) (PT)

Guest: 608a1aad   show all posts
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How the mighty have fallen!
I used to travel on this train to visit my uncle in the holidays over 50 years ago. It was THE Mail. It used to be the best train of its day, but now, like some septuagenarian actor, it has a small bit part while other trains steal the limelight. It one of the few trains with a dining car attached all the way. You watch the spectacle at Nagpur of the sectional coaches and CR dining car being taken off and the SER coaches added. The SER bearers were probably the smartest turned out anywhere in India.
a septuagenarian it can hardly keep time looking at the performance figures on the site. So, why I ask does it have 1stAC accommodation. Why would anyone who could afford to travel by 1stAC or take one a plane, travel by this sad old train? Is Indian Railways not aware that the new airlines like Jet are earning a growing reputation for quality. Why is it still called the Mail: surely we would like our post to arrive some time this millennium?
Now you have quicker trains departing from LTT. Why rather than from CSTM? The last time I used that plague-infested joke of a run-down good yard, it was not a nice experience and does leave a bad impression of Mumbai in both the mouth and nose.
Wake up CR! You had a great brand which you have slowly destroyed through neglect.
Owen Berkeley-Hill

Jun 01 2010 (16:28)
lakhbir   73 blog posts
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This is still best train in mumbai-hawra route.There was a time when people correct their watches as train enters in platform, still now this train is hardly late.Mumbai-hawra mail is also known as 'dak-gadi'. Proud of IR.
Jun 01 2010 (14:14)  

lakhbir   73 blog posts
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I want to travel from Bilaspur to thane.There is only one train which has stop in thane otherwise one have to detrain at Kalyan and catch local for thane.
Now my question is if I have confirmed reserved ticket of any class upto CSTM and i want to detrain at kalyan and catch local for thane is it compulsory to take another ticket of local from kalyan to thane or I can travel in local in same reserved ticket which is up to CSTM.

Jun 01 2010 (14:40)
Harshal   10918 blog posts   10 correct pred (91% accurate)
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Yes u can travel with the same ticket if it is upto CSTM
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