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Feb 17 (17:02) 1st Train Engine Arrived at Dhansiripar Railway Station from Assam (www.sentinelassam.com)
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Feb 17 2021 (17:02)
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Feb 17 2021 (17:02)
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The train engine arrived from Dhansiri railway station, Assam to Dhansiripar railway station at around 3 PM on February 16, 2021, in Dimapur
DIMAPUR: On a welcoming note, North East Frontier Railway (NFR) carried out its first-ever trial run of the train engine along the Dhansiri-Shukovi (Dimapur-Zubza) railway track.
In a tweet, PHE minister Jacob Zhimomi welcomed the development, saying "The first train arrived in Dhansiripar railway station from Dhansiri, Assam (February 16, 2021) at 3 p.m. Dimapur district. Welcome to Nagaland!."
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first train arrived in Dhansiripar railway station from dhansiri ,Assam today 16-2-2021 at 3pm.Dimapur district.Welcome to Nagaland!#Shoxuvi railway station#constituency updates @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/OJxxtIlrba
Meanwhile, officials at NF Railway clarified that it was only routine testing on the under-construction Dimapur-Zubza rail line.
It is to be mentioned that the NF Railway has completed linking the railway track ahead of Dhansiripar station, however, the department is planning to finish the railway linkage till Shoxuvi station in March 2021.
According to reports, the rail segment would run an estimated 50 km on the hill segment while on the plains- Dhansiri station (Karbi Anglong) to Shoxuvi it is said to runs an estimated 30 km.
In the other news, the Northeast Frontier (NFR) railway has decided to resume normal passenger train operations from February 22.
As per a press release, train operating from between Assam's Dhubri to Bengal's Siliguri will commence from February 22.
One pair of DEMU Special trains will run daily between Dhubri to Siliguri Jn. while another Mail Express will be run tri-weekly between the Bengal's Alipurdwar Jn to Assam's Silighat Jn.via Dhubri, Fakiragram, New Bongaigaon, Goalpara and Guwahati.
The Siliguri-Dhubri DEMU special will leave Siliguri Jn. daily at 5 in the morning and will arrive at Dhubri at 12 noon while the same DEMU Special will be back and leave Dhubri daily at 12.15 PM and reached Siliguri Jn at 9.55 PM.
The other train bearing No 05417 will leave from Alipurduar Jn. at 5 in the evening on every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday and will arrive at Dhubri at 7.45 pm and will leave Dhubri at 08.10 PM and reached Guwahati at 4.30 AM on next day and finally will arrive Silghat Jn at 9 AM.
While the train no 05418 will leave Silghat Jn at 05.40 in the evening every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday and will arrive at Guwahati at 22.08 PM and will leave Guwahati at 22.28 PM.
This train will arrive at Dhubri at 4.25 AM on the next day and finally arrived at Alipurduar Jn at 7.45 AM.
The tri-weekly train running from Alipurduar Jn to Silghat Jn and vice-versa will have the commercial stoppages at New Coochbehar, Tufanganj, Dhubri, Gauripur, Golakganj Jn., Fakiragram Jn., New Bongaigaon, Kamakhya, Guwahati, Jagiroad, Chaparmukh Jn., Nagaon, Jakhalabandha.
Jun 18 2019 (11:21) Rail connectivity in the North-east (www.thestatesman.com)
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Jun 18 2019 (11:21)
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The 82.3-km rail line from Dimapur to Kohima will run through Dhansiri-Dhansiripar-Shoxuvi-Molvom- Khaibong-Chephema-Khabvuma-Zubza at 900 m above sea level.

Officials of the North East Frontier Railway in Dimapur said that they are looking to run trains till Shoxuvi by December this year while the target is to complete all the three phases by 2022.
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first ever railway tunnel was dug on 7 June at the outskirts of Chumukedima, about 15 km from Dimapur town.
The 82.3-km rail line from Dimapur to Kohima will run through Dhansiri-Dhansiripar-Shoxuvi-Molvom- Khaibong-Chephema-Khabvuma-Zubza at 900 m above sea level. The line will have 20 tunnels spanning 26 km besides 19 major bridges and is under the broad gauge railway project to be executed in three phases.
Officials of the North East Frontier Railway in Dimapur said that they are looking to run trains till Shoxuvi by December this year while the target is to complete all the three phases by 2022. This is a huge achievement — a breakthrough in this hilly and rough terrain, given that transport is a major hindrance for people in the North-east and it greatly impacts the economy and development of the region.
Railway connectivity is a major boost not only in terms of the economy but also social advancement. The absence of proper connectivity had isolated the region leading to no interaction even within the states let alone with people outside the region. Besides technical challenges, monsoon, which lasts for at least five to six months in a state like Nagaland, automatically halts the work.
Festivals, religious holidays and frequent shutdowns also add to the number of non-working days. Albeit at a snail’s pace, changes are taking shape in the North-east at large and Nagaland in particular. “The general public wants development,” said a NEFR official at the Chumukedima tunnel site, adding that there has been no major hindrance in the progress of the railway project.
As land is central to the lives of indigenous people in the North-east, acquisition of the same did cause a few hiccups with age-old community landholding systems. The Dimapur-Kohima rail line is part of the central government’s ambitious plan to connect all state capitals in the North-east with the railways. The Dimapur-Kohima project, with an estimated budget of Rs 500 crore, kicked off in 2016 with then Union minister for railways, Suresh Prabhu, laying the foundation stone.
Meanwhile, progress in terms of rail connectivity has been made in other North-east states too. In Manipur, a railway line between Jiribam and Imphal via Tupul is expected to be completed by 2019-20 and it would connect Imphal with the broad gauge network of the country. Reportedly, work is on in full swing. The project comprises a special bridge with 141 metre-high pillars, which would supposedly be the tallest in the world.
The Imphal-Jiribam line will roughly cover 110 km. The southernmost landlocked state of the North-east, Mizoram, saw a historic development as the first broad gauge freight train rolled into Bhairabi station — two km inside the state — in March 2016. With 10 stations, the 84-km rail line stretches between Katakhal (Assam) to Bhairabi (Mizoram) and covers Algapur, Hailakandi, Monacherra, Lalabazar, Mahamadpur, Katlicherra, Manipur Bagan, Jamira and Ramnathpur in between.
The project, with an estimated cost of Rs 326.51 crore, has 52 curves — the sharpest being seven degrees — besides 16 major and 161 minor bridges. Furthermore, another 51.38 km extension from Bhairabi to Sariang — 20 km inside Mizoram — is underway and expected to be functional soon. Reportedly, a survey has also been conducted for possible new routes from Sairang to Hmawngbuchhuah on the south, bordering Myanmar.
Earlier this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Garjee- Belonia railway line in Tripura. The 23.325 km railway line, which is located close to the India-Bangladesh border, passes through four out of eight districts of the state — West Tripura (Agartala), Sepahijala (Bishramganj), Gomati (Udaipur) and South Tripura (Belonia). The Naharlagun-Dekargaon railway line in Arunachal Pradesh was opened in April 2014.
Before that Arunachal Pradesh had only 1.26 km of railway line inside its border with the only station being Bhalukpong in East Kameng district. In line with the railway’s goal of providing connectivity to all state capitals of the Northeastern region, a survey was conducted in 1997 for a new line from Harmuti to Itanagar.
The massive railway links will foster connections between the Northeast states apart from connecting the region with “mainland” India. Besides the economic factor, it will also be a major boost for people-to-people contact as transport and movement will become more frequent, convenient and cheap. Moreover, efforts are being put into road construction with the four-lane Asian Highway comprising the Dimapur-Kohima-Imphal-Moreh road. As such massive constructions are taking off; it brings into the picture governance and administration of railways in the North-east. Daily commuters in the region would have witnessed the scene in stations — large crowds thronging trains once they halt on the platforms.
The worry is, in the North-east, passengers never bother to travel on a reserved or confirmed ticket. This happens even in air-conditioned coaches. For instance, the seating capacity of eight on a berth would have no less than 10 adults vying for space. Of them, only two or three would be travelling on a reserved ticket.
The general compartment is a sight to behold. Compartments are fully loaded and space is occupied from the aisles to the toilet doors. On the other hand, platforms have no functioning signs to tell passengers where each coach will stand. Also, the compartments are full of waste. A child would do the cleaning job and get a small payment from some kind-hearted passengers. The condition of sanitation is another major concern with people running or hopping from one platform to another.
Vendors can be seen doing brisk business right on the tracks. With infrastructure slowly progressing under the NEFR, it is hoped that the administration, monitoring of passengers and functioning of trains in the North-east would eventually become more efficient. Hopefully, train stations will also have a facelift with better services, functioning escalators and good quality catering services.
Jun 08 2019 (21:12) Tunnelling on Dhansiri-Zubza rail line begins at Chümoukedima village (www.nagalandpost.com)
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News Entry# 383720  Blog Entry# 4338076   
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Jun 08 2019 (21:15)
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Tunnelling on Dhansiri-Zubza rail line begins at Chümoukedima village
As part of the Central government’s ambitious plan to connect all State Capitals with rail-head, tunnelling on the hilly area from Chümoukedima till Zubza began with the first tunnel dugout at Chümoukedima village on Friday. The 72-metre tunnel was dug using the conventional method of tunnelling using a hydraulic hammer attached to the tip on an excavator.
The proposed new rail route by Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) in Nagaland will cover 82.3 km from Dhansiri to its terminal station at Zubza. Work for the
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project began in March this year and the arduous and long-drawn task of tunnelling, building numerous bridges and laying tracks is expected to be completed in two years.  
The 82.3-km stretch will have 20 tunnels spanning 26 km, besides 19 major bridges. The longest bridge to be built at Sirima village is estimated to be 700 meters long, while the longest tunnel measuring 6.4 km will be dug at Chaphema village. Once operational, the railway route will pass through Dhansiri-Dhansiripar-Shoxuvi-Molvom- Sirima- -Chephema-Khabvuma before culminating at Zubza, which is around 900 metres above the plains of Dimapur. 
An official from NFR explained that a railway station at Kohima was not feasible as it was situated around 1,444 metres above sea level, “too steep for a rail head”, adding that there was also the lack of space. He also informed the media that the route from Dhansiri to Shoxuvi was expected to be operational by December this year.
On Friday, Nagaland Post visited two sites where tunnelling was underway and another site where the next tunnel would soon be drilled. While the drilling for a 72-metre tunnel at Chumoukedima village was completed on Friday, drilling for a much longer 824-metre tunnel is currently underway near Kukidolong. A longer tunnel (3 km) from Chumoukedima village to New Chumoukedima will be drilled next.
The exaction method currently employed at Kukidolong is the New Australian Tunnelling Method (NATM), a method that is believed to have revolutionized modern tunnelling industry and currently used in many modern day tunnels. Also dubbed as the “design as you go” approach, NATM is based on the study of behaviour of rock masses under load and monitoring performance of underground rocks during construction. 
NFR has incorporated state-of-the-art machinery for its drilling with an imported boring machine from Switzerland.
Keeping in mind safety of the workers, NFR is in consultation with Geological Survey of India (GSI) to understand the landslide patterns and history on the routes. Also taking into account the constantly shifting tectonic plates and fault lines that can develop over a period of time, conscious effort is being made to ensure that the route is perpendicular and not along the tectonic plates.
The NFR official explained that unlike Rishikesh where rocks were blasted during excavation, the soil in Nagaland was primarily of stale soil or mud stone, as referred by geologists, which made tunnelling a difficult task as the soil easily absorbed water, making it slippery and thereby also increasing risks of landslides. This nature of the soil also increased the pressure on the walls of the tunnels, he added.
Another challenge is water pockets that can cause seepage during excavations. Taking cognizance of these challenges, engineers at the site have embedded pressure cells along the inner walls of the tunnel to check for increase in weight.
The NFR official claimed that contractors were determined to finish the project within the stipulated time. There are also currently no major hurdles except for the earth cutting and filling that had to be halted in Pherima due to the monsoon. The biggest hurdle so far had been the land ownership dispute in Sirema, though compensation had not been a problem, the official added.

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