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KOJ/Kokrajhar (3 PFs)
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Track: Construction - Double-Line Electrification

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 3
Number of Halting Trains: 76
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
R.N.B. Rd, Tengapara, Kokrajhar 783370, 03661-270618
State: Assam
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Elevation: 49 m above sea level
Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier
Division: Alipur Duar
 
 
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Aug 14 2017 (17:04)  Train services to North-East stopped due to floods (www.thehindubusinessline.com)
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Trains:  Avadh Assam Express/15909   Guwahati - Bengaluru Cantt. (Kaziranga) SF Express/12510   Brahmaputra Mail/14056   Capital Express/13246   Capital Express/13248   Guwahati - Tambaram Express/15630   Dibrugarh - Tambaram Weekly Express/15930   Darjeeling Mail/12343   Ajmer - Kishanganj Garib Nawaz Express/15716   Kolkata - Guwahati Garib Rath Express/12517   Guwahati - Mumbai LTT Express (via Malda Town)/15648   Kamrup Express/15960   Kanchan Kanya Express/13150   North East Express/12506   Poorvottar Sampark Kranti Express/12502   Kamakhya - Puri Express/15640   New Delhi - Dibrugarh Town Rajdhani Express/12424   Saraighat Express/12346   Guwahati- Secunderabad Express/12514   Sikkim Mahananda Express/15483   Teesta - Torsa Express/13142   Uttar Banga Express/13148   Kamakhya-Gaya Weekly Express/15620   Padatik Express/12378   New Delhi - Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express/12236   New Delhi - New Jalpaiguri SF Express/12524   Guwahati - Barmer Express/15632   New Jalpaiguri - Udaipur City Weekly Express/19602   Dibrugarh - Kanniyakumari Vivek Express/15906   Kamakhya - Bengaluru Cantt. Humsafar Express(Weekly)/12504   New Delhi - Naharlagun AC SF Express/22412   Guwahati - Indore Express/19306  
 
 
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GUWAHATI, AUG 14:
Train services to the Northeast from the rest of the country have been stopped till Wednesday in view of the flood in
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Assam, West Bengal and Bihar.
“The Railway Board has decided to cancel all incoming trains from various parts of the country towards NE Region, which were to reach either Katihar or Malda town till 10 am of August 16, 2017,” Northeast Frontier Railway chief public relations officer (CPRO) Pranav Jyoti Sharma said in a statement.
“Heavy rainfall in the last 72 hours in West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and other NE states has resulted in railway operations being severely hampered as rain water has affected railway tracks at several places in Katihar and Alipurduar Division of NF Railway,” Sharma said.
In view of the flood situation, 11 outgoing trains have been cancelled by NF Railway today, Sharma said, adding four other trains have been short-terminated at various locations, he added.
Yesterday, 22 trains were cancelled, while 14 others were stopped at various places as tracks were flooded.
“While many rivers in Alipurduar and Katihar divisions are in spate, NF Railway authorities are keeping a close watch and continuously monitoring the situation of nearby railway bridges and tracks, taking all precautionary measures for safe train running,” the CPRO said.
Emergency control is being manned by senior officials at the headquarter and divisions, Sharma said, adding railway tracks were affected in as many as 12 locations initially, of which seven have been repaired and restored.
The authorities have opened additional counters at many stations, which are working round-the-clock to extend refund to passengers, he said.
Sharma informed that internal train connectivity from New Jalpaiguri to Guwahati, Guwahati to Dibrugarh and Murkongselek continued as usual. Trains on these routes are plying as per their normal schedule.
May 17 2017 (08:38)  NTPC to give Rs 50 lakh for upkeep of Kokrajhar rly station (www.assamtribune.com)
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May 17 2017 (08:38)
Station Tag: Kokrajhar/KOJ added by 12085 Dibrugarh Guwahati Shatabdi 12086~/1329476
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GUWAHATI, May 16 - The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Ltd has pledged Rs 50 lakh for beautification and upkeep of Kokrajhar railway stations under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this effect was signed by the Senior Divisional Commercial Manager of Alipurduar Division of NF Railway Subimal Sen and the Additional General Manager of NTPC’s Bongaigaon plant Sujit Varkey recently, said an official statement issued here today.
This is the first instance of a station receiving CSR funding for maintaining cleanliness in NF Railway zone.
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a part of the MoU agreement, NTPC will provide Rs 50 lakh to NF Railway for beautification and up-keeping of Kokrajhar railway station for a period of two years through services to be outsourced by the Railways.
Both NTPC and Railways would identify and formulate projects for beautification of Kokrajhar station and NF Railway will engage agencies to carry out the work within the overall budget of Rs 50 lakh.
Progress of the project would be reviewed periodically after every three months.
NTPC, a Maharatna company, is a Central Public Sector Undertaking under the Union Ministry of Power engaged in generation and sale of electricity to State-owned power distribution companies and State Electricity Boards in India.
NTPC has taken up a policy of adopting railway stations, schools, hospitals and heritage sites for cleanliness under its CSR of Development Action Plan last year.
Railway Ministry has also formulated a guideline for execution of identified environmental sustainability works, cleanliness and sanitation of stations and provision of certain passenger amenities through CSR of corporate and public sector undertakings.
GUWAHATI, Oct 24 - Passengers were adversely hit today as train services in the State were affected due to the rail roko agitation by the All Bodo Students’ Union (ABSU).
“Normal running of trains got affected due to the rail roko agitation by ABSU in places like Kokrajhar and Basugaon under Alipurduar Division and Udalguri under Rangiya Division of Northeast Frontier Railway. As a result of the rail roko, many Up and Down trains had to be controlled at various stations. All the passenger-carrying trains were controlled at stations where basic amenities like water and food items are available,” Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) of Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) Pranav Jyoti Sharma said in a statement.
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said that Railway authority at various stations ensured that medical and catering facilities are available at all stations where the effected trains were controlled.
“Senior officials were manning the Control Rooms set up at Alipurduar, Rangiya and Maligaon,” Sharma said.
He said that rail roko agitation, which started at 4.45 am at various places, was withdrawn at 2.45 pm.
“After withdrawal of the agitation, all vital parameters of railway tracks were checked and security clearance was received at 3.15 pm and various long-distance trains which were controlled at various stations all over NFR, started their onward movement immediately,” said the NFR CPRO.
Among the Up trains controlled at various stations were 12345 Howrah-Guwahati Saraighat Express, 15645 Lokmanya Tilak-Guwahati Express, 15635 Okha-Guwahati Express, 15654 Jammu Tawai-Guwahati Express, 14056 Delhi-Dibrugarh Brahmaputra Mail, 12551 Yasvantpur-Kamakhya AC Express, 15959 Howrah-Dibrugarh Kamrup Express, 12517 Kolkata-Guwahati Garib Rath Express, 12436 New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express, 12424 New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express, 12506 Anand Vihar-Guwahati North East Express, and 15614 Murkongselek-Kamakhya Intercity Express.
The Down trains which had to be controlled were 12423 Dibrugarh-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, 12510 Guwahati-Bangalore Express, 15620 Kamakhya-Gaya Express, 15960 Dibrugarh-Howrah Kamrup Express, 12505 Guwahati-Anand Vihar North East Express, 15636 Guwahati-Okha Express, 14055 Dibrugarh-Delhi Brahmaputra Mail, 15930 Dibrugarh-Chennai Egmore Express, and 05942 Dibrugarh-Kolkata Special Express respectively.
Our Udalguri Correspondent adds: Over 30,000 activists of All Bodo Students’ Union (ABSU) in association with activists of People’s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) and NDFB (P) today rocked Udalguri Railway Station with their pre-scheduled 12- hour railway blockade demanding early solution to the long-pending Bodoland State and political rights to the Boros living outside the proposed Bodoland area.
The railway blockade got under way from 5 am till 3 pm. During the blockade hours, the NF Railway suspended running of passenger and intercity express in between Dekargaon, Tezpur via Rangapara Junction to Kamakhya Junction via Rangiya Junction till 3 pm.
The ABSU-PJACBM-NDFB-P leaflet on the occasion said that the railway blockade carried out at Udalguri and Basugaon railway stations were for resolving the Boro people’s demand for creating Bodoland State immediately, to ensure political rights to the Boro people living outside the proposed Bodoland area, to protect, preserve and safeguard the identity of the Boro people with language, culture and tradition by creating a Bodoland State and to give rights and justice to enjoy the provisions of the Constitution of India in order to live with dignity and honour.
The programme at Udalguri Railway Station was addressed by Lawrence Islari, general secretary of ABSU, Dipen Boro, vice president of ABSU, Rakesh Boro, chief convenor of PJACBM, M Gerema, Home Secretary of NDFB(P) , Rodeep Kumar Daimary, former MCLA of BTC, Brojen Marak, organising secretary of Garo Students’ Union and one representative each from the BTAD region committee of Assam Gorkha Sanmilan, Bar

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Oct 26 2016 (04:25)
SALIM AHMED~   441 blog posts   9 correct pred (45% accurate)
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The Assam state already divided into 7 parts ,if this type of demands gets fulfilled than the very existence of Assam will be a question mark.

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Oct 26 2016 (06:09)
12085 Dibrugarh Shatabdi Express 12086~   4986 blog posts   1710 correct pred (73% accurate)
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My own Peope were demanding for separate Miriland/Taniland after seeing Bodos
Stupidity is spreading all over
Sep 10 2016 (11:15)  Sales Tax raid on Kokrajhar Rly Station (www.assamtribune.com)
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Sep 10 2016 (11:15AM)
Station Tag: Kokrajhar/KOJ added by ® Optimus Primé™ ®~/1329476
Stations:  Kokrajhar/KOJ  
 
 
KOKRAJHAR, Sept 9 - Officials of the Sales Tax Department, Kokrajhar, conducted a surprise raid on the Kokrajhar Railway Station today and seized goods worth about Rs 30,000. Several plastic items, cosmetics and other substances were seized during the raid. These items were brought in trains from New Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar and other places of West Bengal.
The goods, brought here without paying sales tax, were meant to be taken for retailing, Manoj Pandey, Inspector of Taxes, Kokrajhar, said, adding that more raids would be conducted and strict action would be taken against those violating norms.
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the last couple of months, Sales Tax Department officials carried out a number of raids in different places of Kokrajhar and seized huge quantities of goods brought from West Bengal. The department has realised more than Rs 7 lakh as fine, official sources said.
May 24 2015 (10:17)  55753 Sifung Passenger derails off Kokrajhar, 19 hurt (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 225742   Blog Entry# 1482543     
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May 24 2015 (10:17AM)
Station Tag: Kamakhya Junction/KYQ added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

May 24 2015 (10:17AM)
Station Tag: Kokrajhar/KOJ added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

May 24 2015 (10:17AM)
Station Tag: Lumding Junction/LMG added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

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Station Tag: New Bongaigaon Junction/NBQ added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

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Station Tag: New Cooch Behar Junction/NCB added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

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Station Tag: Guwahati/GHY added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

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Station Tag: Alipur Duar/APD added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

May 24 2015 (10:17AM)
Train Tag: Guwahati-Alipur Duar Jn SIFUNG Passenger/55754 added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909

May 24 2015 (10:17AM)
Train Tag: Alipur Duar Jn-Guwahati SIFUNG Passenger/55753 added by IAF Mirage 2000 jet landing on Highway/1197909
 
 
BONGAIGAON/GUWAHATI, May 23 – Nineteen people were injured when the 55753 Alipurduar-Guwahati Sifung Passenger train derailed at Champapara between Salakati in Kokrajhar district and Basugaon in Chirang district, around 5.10 am today. Among the injured were two drivers of the train.
The train, which had 14 coaches including two goods bogies, had left Alipurduar Junction in North Bengal at 2.45 am. When it reached Champapara – 15 km from Kokrajhar Station – it hit a tree that was lying on the railway track. After ripping the tree apart, the engine rammed into the railings of the nearby Champamati bridge and plunged into the river.
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loco driver Manik Ghose (49) and his assistant Jitendra Kumar (32), however, jumped out of the cabin of the engine and in the process, received injuries to their limbs and chests.
“The train, which was running at 100km/hour speed, hit the tree lying on the track and derailed because of the curved track,” said a running staff of the train at New Bongaigaon.
Ramen Barman (35), a resident of Champapara who witnessed the mishap, said, “I saw the train hitting the tree on the track. The train then derailed and its engine plunged into the river. Railway security forces arrived on the spot and we, the local people, rushed to the rescue of the injured passengers.”
NF Railway CPRO Pranav Jyoti Sharma said several passenger trains have been cancelled. They include the New Jalpaiguri-Dekargaon Passenger, Fakiragram-Kamakhya Passenger, New Jalpaiguri-New Coochbehar Special, Dhubri-Fakiragram Passenger, Guwahati-Alipurduar Junction Passenger, Kamakhya-Fakiragram Passenger, Silghat-Dhubri Rajyarani Express, New Coochbehar-New Jalpaiguri Special and Kamakhya-Alipurduar Intercity Express. The Fakiragram-Dhubri Passenger scheduled for tomorrow has also been cancelled. However, no long-distance train has been cancelled, Sharma said.
The NFR has activated accident helpline numbers in different locations, including Guwahati (0361-2731621, 2731622, 2731623), New Coochbehar (03582-224162, 241265, 241266), Kokrajhar (03661-271734, 271735, 271736), Alipurduar Junction (03564-270870, 270871, 253498), Kamakhya (0361-2670086), and Lumding (03674-263126, 263120, 263526).

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Biplob Kagyung   1771 blog posts
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Passengers of the Sifung Passenger train had a providential escape when the train derailed in between Basugaon and Salakati in Chirang district on Saturday. – UB Photos
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