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News Entry# 116322
  
Jan 22 2013 (20:16) Pipraigaon and Lalitpur via Chanderi (articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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The electrification of the Chheoki-Manikpur-Itarsi section on Howrah-Mumbai route will have wider ramification. The trains going through Howrah-Mumbai route will be lessened with the electrification of the route. Further, Jhansi-Manikpur, Maksi-Vijaypur and Guna-Gwalior sections would be electrified in the NCR region.
Out of 41 new railway lines proposed to be completed, five fall in the NCR region - Lalitpur-Udaipura, Udaipura-Mawai (part), Fatehabad-Etawa (part), Bhind-Etawah (part) and Etawah-Mainpuri (part).
In addition, about two line projects would be completed in 2012-13 including Bhind-Etawah and Etawah-Mainpuri.
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of 84 new line projects that have been sent to the Planning Commission for appraisal include Etah-Kasganj, Satna-Mirzapur, Govardhan-Kosikalan via Barsana abnd nandgaon, Kasganj-Khurja, Orai-Jalaun-Konch and Pipraigaon and Lalitpur via Chanderi.
Out of 55 doubling works for completion in 2011-12, four come in the NCR region. The section in which the railway lines would be doubled are Dadri-Ghaziabad, Khurja-kulwa, Chaata-Bhuteshwar and Kulwa-Aligarh section.
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