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MXN/Mariani Junction (3 PFs)
মৰিয়নী জংছন     मरियानी जंक्शन

Track: Single Diesel-Line

Type of Station: Junction
Number of Platforms: 3
Number of Halting Trains: 46
Number of Originating Trains: 2
Number of Terminating Trains: 2
Station Road Dhodhar Ali, AT Road Mariani, Dist. Jorhat Pin-785634
State: Assam
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Elevation: 118 m above sea level
Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier
Division: Tinsukia
 
 
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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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Major Accidents/DisruptionsNFR/Northeast Frontier  -  

News Entry# 311697     
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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.
Apr 13 2017 (14:35)  Tinsukia NFR Division shows revenue jump (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 299482     
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Apr 13 2017 (14:35)
Station Tag: Mariani Junction/MXN added by Optimus Prime~/1329476

Apr 13 2017 (14:35)
Station Tag: New Tinsukia Junction/NTSK added by Optimus Prime~/1329476

Apr 13 2017 (14:35)
Station Tag: Dibrugarh/DBRG added by Optimus Prime~/1329476
 
 
GUWAHATI, April 12 - During the last financial year which ended on March 31, the Tinsukia Division of Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has reported an annual increase of over 22 per cent in its overall earnings to Rs 478.71 crore as against Rs 389.89 crore in the previous fiscal.
“The number of passengers originating from Tinsukia Division has also increased by two per cent to 7.53 million defying a declining trend elsewhere. Passenger earnings have also shown an increase of 11.23 per cent in comparison to the previous fiscal,” said NFR Chief Public Relations Officer Pranav Jyoti Sharma.
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earnings from goods segment has increased by over 37, while other coaching earnings has increased by over 24 per cent and sundries earning has increased by over 28 per cent on an annual basis.
“To provide better amenities to passenger DEMU services was introduced for the first time in Upper Assam from October 2016. High level platforms were commissioned at Dibrugarh and Moranhat. Foot over bridge with ramp was commissioned at New Tinsukia station,” Sharma said.
He added, “To facilitate easy booking of reserved and un-reserved tickets, two non-railhead PRS counters were opened at Dergaon and Bokakhat under ASTC operation. To promote cashless transaction POS machines have been installed at the PRS counters of six stations. Free Wi-Fi facilities for passenger have been provided at Dibrugarh, New Tinsukia and Mariani stations.”
Apr 12 2017 (12:07)  Creditable performance by Tinsukia Division of N.F. Railway (www.arunachal24.in)
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New Facilities/TechnologyNFR/Northeast Frontier  -  

News Entry# 299354     
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Tinsukia
The overall performance of the Tinsukia Division of Northeast Frontier Railway has been very commendable during the last financial year which ended on 31st March. The overall earnings of the Division have shown an increase of 22.78% from 389.89 crs to 478.71 crs in comparison to last year.
The numbers of passenger originating from Tinsukia Division has also increased by 2% to 7.53 million defying a declining trend elsewhere. Passenger earnings have also shown an increase of 11.23% in comparison to last year.
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earnings from Goods section has increased by 37.77%. Originating loading has increased to 1.400 MT an increase of 32.8% over last year. Other coaching earning has increased by 24.15% and Sundries earning has increased by 28.53% over last year.
To provide better amenities to passenger DEMU services was introduced for the first time in Upper Assam form 08.10.2016.
High level platforms were commissioned at Dibrugarh and Moranhat. Foot over bridge with ramp was commissioned at New Tinsukia station.
To facilitate easy booking of reserved and un-reserved tickets, two Non-railhead PRS counters were opened at Dergaon and Bokakhat under ASTC operation.
To promote cashless transaction POS machines have been installed at the PRS counters of six stations. Free Wi-Fi facilities for passenger have been provided at Dibrugarh, New Tinsukia and Mariani stations.
Aug 17 2016 (22:53)  Sonowal seeks rail link with Majuli (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 277500     
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Aug 17 2016 (10:53PM)
Station Tag: Sibsagar Town/SRTN added by So No Rail Budget from Now on~/1329476

Aug 17 2016 (10:53PM)
Station Tag: Mariani Junction/MXN added by So No Rail Budget from Now on~/1329476
 
 
GUWAHATI, Aug 16 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has urged Union Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain and officials of the Railways to construct a railway bridge connecting Majuli from Dhakuakhana to expose the biggest river island in the world and the seat of Vaishnavism to the whole world, said an official press release here.
The day-long meeting convened by the Minister for Railways with Chief Minister, MPs from Assam, Chief Secretary, Member Traffic, Railway Board, GM, NF Railways, GM (Construction) and senior officials of the Railways and State Government was held today.
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Chief Minister said connecting Majuli by railway lines would help in developing the river island economically, besides making it a hub of tourism. “Majuli will be exposed to the global society if the Railways build a bridge from Dhakuakhana in Dhemaji district,” he said.
He urged the Railway Minister and officials to create a separate railway zone exclusively for the Northeast, including Sikkim, adding, portions of West Bengal and Bihar that fall under the jurisdiction of the NF Railway, must be excluded from the new zone.
The Chief Minister called for recruitment of people from Assam and other northeastern states against the grade III and IV posts of the Railways. “People encompassing the greater Assamese society must get preference in these posts in the Railways,” he said.
Sonowal pleaded with Gohain not to evict people residing in railway land for long 30 to 40 years and to go in for one-time settlement with them to resolve the matter once and for all. He also suggested that the areas surrounding the underconstruction Bogibeel bridge should be beautified to make it a tourist spot.
The Union Minister said double tracking of the railway line from New Jalpaiguri to Guwahati and Guwahati to Lumding is on at a revised estimate of Rs 650 crore. While assuring steps to clear all pending railway projects in the region, he said the Railways is conducting surveys for parallel railway bridges at Saraighat and at Silghat, besides two others at Mariani and Sivasagar.
Gohain said the Railways would lease out railway land available in the State for commercial purposes that would help to generate revenue and create employment opportunities in a big way.
Jul 11 2016 (09:34)  Flood relief operation intensified in Jorhat (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 273383   Blog Entry# 1925982     
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Jul 11 2016 (9:34AM)
Station Tag: Jorhat Town/JTTN added by WDP4D ✴ Mariani ✴ WDG4D~/1329476

Jul 11 2016 (9:34AM)
Station Tag: Mariani Junction/MXN added by WDP4D ✴ Mariani ✴ WDG4D~/1329476
 
 
JORHAT, July 10 - To provide relief materials and medical service to the flood-hit people in the northwestern part of Jorhat, the district administration has intensified emergency measures across the affected areas and alerted the officials concerned to monitor the relief operation.
Officials of the district disaster management cell said that they have opened a new relief camp today at Borbheti LP School and have sent foodstuff to flood-affected villagers of Namoni Gayangaon. The people of the flood-hit village are still taking shelter on the raised platforms on their own premises.
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35-member team of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has reached Jorhat to conduct rescue and relief operation in the flood-affected areas. Officials of the district disaster management cell said the team is fully equipped with boats and other necessary materials to carry out any kind of operation.
Besides providing relief materials, the district administration has also sent medical teams to the relief camps.
Another team of veterinary officials also visited some flood-affected areas today.
Though a long portion of the north embankment of Bhogdoi river was eroded by the rising waters two days ago, the water resource department officials and the army personnel today made considerable progress in the protection work at the disaster-prone area.

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Workers busy repairing the flood-hit portion of the railway bridge over Bhogdoi river, near Mariani on Sunday. – UB Photos
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