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DMW/Dalmau Junction
دلمو جنکشن     दलमऊ जंक्शन

Track: Single Diesel-Line

Type of Station: Junction
Number of Platforms: n/a
Number of Halting Trains: 14
Number of Originating Trains: 0
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SH 38, Dalmau, Rae Bareli Distt, PIN - 229203
State: Uttar Pradesh
Elevation: 120 m above sea level
Zone: NR/Northern
Division: Lucknow Charbagh NR
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Feb 07 2017 (16:53)  State to get two new rail links on Ganga | lucknow | Hindustan Times (www.hindustantimes.com)
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Feb 07 2017 (16:53)
Station Tag: Kannauj City/KJNC added by famoussecret1~/1674352

Feb 07 2017 (16:53)
Station Tag: Madhoganj/MAH added by famoussecret1~/1674352

Feb 07 2017 (16:53)
Station Tag: Fatehpur/FTP added by famoussecret1~/1674352

Feb 07 2017 (16:53)
Station Tag: Dalmau Junction/DMW added by famoussecret1~/1674352

Posted by: a2z~  73 news posts
Two new rail bridges are all set to come up on the Ganga river in the state. The construction of these bridges is part of two rail links to be laid between Dalmau and Fatehpur (31km) and Madhoganj and Kannauj (25km) falling under the North Central Railway (NCR) and Northern Railway (NR) respectively to ensure better connectivity between these places.
Fifteen lakh rupees will be spent on the construction of the bridge between Dalmau and Fatehpur. Another 12.50 lakh rupees will be the cost of construction for the other bridge between Madhoganj and Kannauj.
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purpose of the project is to give better connectivity to these places and reduce travel time,” said chief public relations officer, NCR, Bijay Kumar.
He said the work will begin after the Railway Board approves the survey report to be prepared by the survey teams of the NCR and the NR under preliminary engineering-cum-traffic survey (PETS) in the next eight months. “These reports include details about the suitable location for the rail lines, geographical condition and revision of cost,” Kumar added.
The officer said after the approval of the survey report, the zonal railways would begin inviting tenders. The construction work is likely to take 4-5 years. “Initially, the proposed rail links will be single and its doubling will take place as per the need,” said the officer.
He said the Railway ministry had taken the decision of laying these rail links owing to the inconvenience which people of Dalmau, Fatehpur, Madhoganj and Kannauj were facing in the past to get connected. “The issue was also raised by the public representatives with top railway officials,” he informed.
Aug 05 2016 (21:17)  35 Sportspersons from Indian Railways to participate in Rio Olympics (pib.nic.in)
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Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu Has Announced Rs. 1 Crore for Gold Medal Winners and Rs. 75 Lakh for Silver Medal Winners
Indian Railways among all sports organization in the country becomes the highest contributor for the Indian Olympic Contingent
With a rich sports heritage, Indian Railways’ sports persons are again set to bring more laurels to the nation. Continuing its run of glory in country’s sports arena, around 35 sports persons from Indian Railways will represent the nation
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in forthcoming XXXI Olympic Games being held at Rio, Brazil from 5-21 August, 2016. Indian railways’ contingent comprises of 1/3rd of the entire Indian Olympic contingent thus becoming the biggest contributor amongst all sports organizations in the country. In fact almost the entire Indian women hockey team comprises of Railway players, as is the weightlifting team.
Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Minister of State for Railways & Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Communication Shri Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajan Gohain and the President, Railway Sports Promotion Board & Member Staff Railway Board Shri Pradeep Kumar have conveyed greetings to all the Indian sportspersons including Railway players going to participate in the Olympic 2016 and wished them success.
From 12 Railway Sportspersons of the total 81 Indian athletes in London Olympics- 2012 to more than 35 athletes in the Rio Olympics out of 121 member Indian contingent is a testimony to the effort that Railways has put in promoting and supporting sports in India. Not only have Railways been the champions in most of the National events this year, they exhibited a spectacular performance in recently held South Asian Games at Guwahati. In the South Asian Games at Guwahati, out of the 81 Indian Railways sports persons who participated 76 were medal winners.

Sportspersons participating in Rio Olympics-2016 from Indian Railways are:
· Archery:
1. Ms. Laxmirani Majhi,
2. Ms. L. Bombayla Devi,
· Athletics:
3. Ms. Manpreet Kaur (Shot Put) [DMW],
4. Ms. Lalita Babar (3000m Steeplechase) [CR],
5. Ms. Tintu Luka (800m) [SR],
6. Ms. Sudha Singh (Marathon) [CR],
7. Ms. OP Jaisha (Marathon) [ER],
8. Ms. Khushbir Kaur (Walk) [NR],
9. Ms. Dutee Chand (100m) [CR],
10. Shri Lalit Mathur (4x400m Relay)
11. Shri Renjit Maheswari (Triple Jump)
· Boxing :
12. Shri Manoj Kumar (Boxing Men-64 Kg),
· Shooting:
13. Ms. Ayonika Paul (10m Air Rifle)
· Wrestling:
14. Shri Hardeep Singh (Greeko-Roman),
15. Ms. Vinesh Phogat and
16. Ms. Sakshi Malik (Free-Style).
17. Shri Praveen Rana
· Swimming
18. Shri Sajan Prakash
· Weight Lifting
19. Ms. Saikom Mirabhai Chanu
20. Shri Satish Kumar
· Hockey Women
21. Ms. Rajani,
22. Ms. Sunita Lakra,
23. Ms. Deepika,
24. Ms. Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam,
25. Ms. Namita Toppo,
26. Ms. Deep Grace Ekka,
27. Ms. Renuka Yadav
28. Ms. Lilima Minz,
29. Ms. Navjot Kaur,
30. Ms. Monika,
31. Ms. Poonam Rani,
32. Ms. Vandana Kataria,
33. Ms. Anuradha Devi Thokchom,
34. Ms. Nikki Pradhan
· Hockey Men
35. Shri Chinglensana Singh

· Coaches
1. Shri C R Kumar (Hockey Women)
2. Ms. Helen Mary (Hockey Women)
3. Ms. PT Usha (Athletics)
4. Shri Kuldeep Malik (Wrestling)
5. Shri Vijay Sharma (Weightlifting)
6. Shri Jagdip Hooda (Boxing)
With the aim to further motivate the players to deliver their best , Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhu has announced a bouquet of incentives for the Railway players viz promotions ,increments & cash awards. This includes promotions as Gazzetted officers for players getting upto 4th position; Out of turn promotions and special increments to the Railway athletes representing India in Rio. In addition, the following Cash Awards have been announced:

Indian Railway Players and Coaches:

Gold Medal : Rs.1 Crore
Silver Medal : Rs.75 Lakh
Bronze Medal : Rs.50 Lakh
Up to 8th position : Rs.30 Lakh
For participation : Rs.5 Lakh

The contribution of coaches has also been acknowledged with a cash award of Rs.5 Lakh. In addition, those of Railway players with medal winning performances will be given posting in the Zonal Railway of their choice.

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Aug 04 2016 (09:10)  35 Sportspersons from Indian Railways to participate in Rio Olympics (www.blog.indianrailways.gov.in)
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Indian Railways among all sports organization in the country becomes the highest contributor for the Indian Olympic Contingent
Almost Entire Indian Women Hockey Team & Weightlifting Team Comprises Of Railways Players
With a rich sports heritage, Indian Railways’ sports persons are again set to bring more laurels to the nation. Continuing its run of glory in country’s sports arena, around 35 sports persons from Indian Railways will represent the nation in forthcoming XXXI Olympic Games being held at Rio, Brazil from 5-21 August, 2016. Indian railways’ contingent comprises of 1/3rd of the entire
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Indian Olympic contingent thus becoming the biggest contributor amongst all sports organizations in the country. In fact almost the entire Indian women hockey team comprises of Railway players, as is the weightlifting team.
Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Minister of State for Railways & Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Communication Shri Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajan Gohain and the President, Railway Sports Promotion Board & Member Staff Railway Board Shri Pradeep Kumar have conveyed greetings to all the Indian sportspersons including Railway players going to participate in the Olympic 2016 and wished them success.
From 12 Railway Sportspersons of the total 81 Indian athletes in London Olympics- 2012 to more than 35 athletes in the Rio Olympics out of 121 member Indian contingent is a testimony to the effort that Railways has put in promoting and supporting sports in India. Not only have Railways been the champions in most of the National events this year, they exhibited a spectacular performance in recently held South Asian Games at Guwahati. In the South Asian Games at Guwahati, out of the 81 Indian Railways sports persons who participated 76 were medal winners.

Sportspersons participating in Rio Olympics-2016 from Indian Railways are:
Archery:
Ms. Laxmirani Majhi,
Ms. L. Bombayla Devi,
Athletics:
Ms. Manpreet Kaur (Shot Put) [DMW],
Ms. Lalita Babar (3000m Steeplechase) [CR],
Ms. Tintu Luka (800m) [SR],
Ms. Sudha Singh (Marathon) [CR],
Ms. OP Jaisha (Marathon) [ER],
Ms. Khushbir Kaur (Walk) [NR],
Ms. Dutee Chand (100m) [CR],
Shri Lalit Mathur (4x400m Relay)
Shri Renjit Maheswari (Triple Jump)
Boxing :
Shri Manoj Kumar (Boxing Men-64 Kg),
Shooting:
Ms. Ayonika Paul (10m Air Rifle)
Wrestling:
Shri Hardeep Singh (Greeko-Roman),
Ms. Vinesh Phogat and
Ms. Sakshi Malik (Free-Style).
Shri Praveen Rana
Swimming
Shri Sajan Prakash
Weight Lifting
Ms. Saikom Mirabhai Chanu
Shri Satish Kumar
Hockey Women
Ms. Rajani,
Ms. Sunita Lakra,
Ms. Deepika,
Ms. Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam,
Ms. Namita Toppo,
Ms. Deep Grace Ekka,
Ms. Renuka Yadav
Ms. Lilima Minz,
Ms. Navjot Kaur,
Ms. Monika,
Ms. Poonam Rani,
Ms. Vandana Kataria,
Ms. Anuradha Devi Thokchom,
Ms. Nikki Pradhan
Hockey Men
Shri Chinglensana Singh

Coaches
Shri C R Kumar (Hockey Women)
Ms. Helen Mary (Hockey Women)
Ms. PT Usha (Athletics)
Shri Kuldeep Malik (Wrestling)
Shri Vijay Sharma (Weightlifting)
Shri Jagdip Hooda (Boxing)
Aug 02 2016 (21:56)  35 Sportspersons from Indian Railways to participate in Rio Olympics (pib.nic.in)
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Indian Railways among all sports organization in the country becomes the highest contributor for the Indian Olympic Contingent

Almost Entire Indian Women Hockey Team & Weightlifting Team Comprises Of Railways Players

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With a rich sports heritage, Indian Railways’ sports persons are again set to bring more laurels to the nation. Continuing its run of glory in country’s sports arena, around 35 sports persons from Indian Railways will represent the nation in forthcoming XXXI Olympic Games being held at Rio, Brazil from 5-21 August, 2016. Indian railways’ contingent comprises of 1/3rd of the entire Indian Olympic contingent thus becoming the biggest contributor amongst all sports organizations in the country. In fact almost the entire Indian women hockey team comprises of Railway players, as is the weightlifting team.
Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Minister of State for Railways & Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Communication Shri Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajan Gohain and the President, Railway Sports Promotion Board & Member Staff Railway Board Shri Pradeep Kumar have conveyed greetings to all the Indian sportspersons including Railway players going to participate in the Olympic 2016 and wished them success.
From 12 Railway Sportspersons of the total 81 Indian athletes in London Olympics- 2012 to more than 35 athletes in the Rio Olympics out of 121 member Indian contingent is a testimony to the effort that Railways has put in promoting and supporting sports in India. Not only have Railways been the champions in most of the National events this year, they exhibited a spectacular performance in recently held South Asian Games at Guwahati. In the South Asian Games at Guwahati, out of the 81 Indian Railways sports persons who participated 76 were medal winners.

Sportspersons participating in Rio Olympics-2016 from Indian Railways are:
· Archery:
1. Ms. Laxmirani Majhi,
2. Ms. L. Bombayla Devi,
· Athletics:
3. Ms. Manpreet Kaur (Shot Put) [DMW],
4. Ms. Lalita Babar (3000m Steeplechase) [CR],
5. Ms. Tintu Luka (800m) [SR],
6. Ms. Sudha Singh (Marathon) [CR],
7. Ms. OP Jaisha (Marathon) [ER],
8. Ms. Khushbir Kaur (Walk) [NR],
9. Ms. Dutee Chand (100m) [CR],
10. Shri Lalit Mathur (4x400m Relay)
11. Shri Renjit Maheswari (Triple Jump)
· Boxing :
12. Shri Manoj Kumar (Boxing Men-64 Kg),
· Shooting:
13. Ms. Ayonika Paul (10m Air Rifle)
· Wrestling:
14. Shri Hardeep Singh (Greeko-Roman),
15. Ms. Vinesh Phogat and
16. Ms. Sakshi Malik (Free-Style).
17. Shri Praveen Rana
· Swimming
18. Shri Sajan Prakash
· Weight Lifting
19. Ms. Saikom Mirabhai Chanu
20. Shri Satish Kumar
· Hockey Women
21. Ms. Rajani,
22. Ms. Sunita Lakra,
23. Ms. Deepika,
24. Ms. Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam,
25. Ms. Namita Toppo,
26. Ms. Deep Grace Ekka,
27. Ms. Renuka Yadav
28. Ms. Lilima Minz,
29. Ms. Navjot Kaur,
30. Ms. Monika,
31. Ms. Poonam Rani,
32. Ms. Vandana Kataria,
33. Ms. Anuradha Devi Thokchom,
34. Ms. Nikki Pradhan
· Hockey Men
35. Shri Chinglensana Singh

· Coaches
1. Shri C R Kumar (Hockey Women)
2. Ms. Helen Mary (Hockey Women)
3. Ms. PT Usha (Athletics)
4. Shri Kuldeep Malik (Wrestling)
5. Shri Vijay Sharma (Weightlifting)
6. Shri Jagdip Hooda (Boxing)
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