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TOK/Thokur (1 PFs)
ತೋಕುರ್     तोकुर

Track: Construction - Single-Line Electrification

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 1
Number of Halting Trains: 4
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Angara Gundi, Jokatte, Tel. 0824-2408605 Mangalore
State: Karnataka
Elevation: 9 m above sea level
Zone: KR/Konkan
Division: Karwar
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Apr 10 2017 (10:13)  Goods siding at Thokur inaugurated (www.thehindu.com)
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New Facilities/TechnologyKR/Konkan  -  

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Apr 10 2017 (10:13)
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Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Sunday remotely inaugurated the railway goods siding at Thokur Railway Station near Mangaluru under Konkan Railway Corporation.
The half-siding (370 m) can cater to a half of a goods rake and would benefit several industries located around Baikampady Industrial Area, Mangalore Special Economic Zone and others, said a release from KRCL here.
It said that the siding built at a cost of Rs. 1.75 crore would help KRCL earn substantial revenue. Major commodities that can be handled include Purified Terephthalic Acid, Pet-coke, sulphur, bitumen and fertilizers.
Minister also inaugurated IT-enabled train operation system, called Control Office Application.
Apr 10 2017 (07:50)  Woes of coastal region will be addressed: Sadananda Gowda (www.thehindu.com)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
Station Tag: Hassan Junction/HAS added by RAVI PRAJAPATI*^~/233871

Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Apr 10 2017 (07:50)
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Posted by: RAVI PRAJAPATI*^~  942 news posts
Minister promises operation of Kudla Express from Mangaluru Central
Union Minister for Statistics and Programme Implementation D.V. Sadananda Gowda on Sunday said that the Indian Railways will strive to respond to development demands from Mangaluru railway region, which, at present, is spread across three Railway Zones.
He was speaking after Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu remotely flagged off the Mangaluru-Yeshwantpur Kudla Express; launched electrification of Mangaluru-Chervathur line; doubling of Jokatte-Panambur line and a railway siding at Thokur Station, here.
is aware that Mangaluru region is bereft of major railway amenities as it is served by the Southern, the South Western and Konkan Railways. Immediately taking charge as the Railway Minister, he had commenced the initiative of creating Mangaluru Railway Division; but it could not be done for technical reasons.
However, he now has initiated the move to relocate Konkan Railway’s regional office from Karwar to Mangaluru. This should culminate in some kind of reprieve for the region, he said.
The Minister said that the flagging off Kudla Express was the happiest movement in his life as he is giving something back to people who have nurtured him. He said that he had clearly told Mr. Prabhu that he would not attend any Railway function unless Kudla Express was introduced.
Mr. Sadananda Gowda said that when he had announced Kudla Express in the 2014 Railway Budget, he wanted it between Mangaluru Central and Yeshwantpur.
He is aware of the difficulties of the people reaching Mangaluru Junction from where it starts at present and has told Mr. Prabhu to get the train to Mangaluru Central, located inside the city. Soon, the train would come to Central and the inconvenient timings of its running too would be sorted out, he said.
Government Chief Whip in Legislative Council Ivan D’Souza launched an onslaught on Southern Railway which controls Mangaluru Central and Mangaluru Junction.
He said that the zone has been indifferent to the needs of the region despite it getting more than half of its revenue from New Mangalore Port.
Mr. D’Souza urged Southern Railway to be considerate to the region’s demand and urged it to introduce a night train between Bengaluru and Mangaluru.
Member of Parliament Nalin Kumar Kateel, Forest Minister B. Ramanath Rai and others were present.
The fare between Mangaluru and Yeshwantpur is ₹ 130 on Kudla Express, which has second class chair cars and general second class sitting coaches. It is ₹ 85 to Hassan, ₹ 95 to Shravanabelagola and ₹ 115 to Kunigal.

Apr 10 2017 (14:03)
Prometh Suresh~   447 blog posts   523 correct pred (63% accurate)
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Some AC Chair Car Coaches should also be introduced for the comfort of the Passengers
Nov 18 2015 (09:01)  Boulder Slides on Track Near Thokur, Trains Delayed (www.newindianexpress.com)
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Major Accidents/DisruptionsKR/Konkan  -  

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Nov 18 2015 (9:01AM)
Station Tag: Thokur/TOK added by knkprasad956*/287013

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MANGALURU: Passengers of the Mumbai Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus-Mangalore Express had a miraculous escape on Tuesday as a large boulder rolled on the tracks near Thokur, minutes after the train passed.
The damage caused to the track delayed two trains. The incident occurred after the CST-Mangalore Express passed Thokur, around 15 km from Mangaluru Junction, at 3.15 pm.
Sources said the railway track doubling work is under progress between Kankanady and Panambur. When the men were engaged in rock cutting work, a huge boulder fell on the railway track at Thokur.
Railway, who noticed the incident, managed to clear the track within an hour to ensure free flow of other trains. However, two trains Mangaluru to Madagaon and Byndoor to Kasargod were delayed for an hour, sources said.
Nov 08 2015 (09:32)  Rail line between Thokur & Jokatte to be commissioned by March (www.thehindu.com)
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News Entry# 247201     
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Nov 08 2015 (9:32AM)
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Of the 19-km long rail line being doubled between Mangaluru Junction and Thokur, on the outskirts of the city, a six-km stretch between Thokur, Panambur, and Jokatte will be commissioned by March next, according to Anand Prakash, Divisional Railway Manager, Palakkad Division, Southern Railway.
On the sidelines of a meeting here on Saturday, he said that it might take two more years to commission the entire stretch. He said that constructing a 750-metre long parallel tunnel at Kulashekara was a challenge. Other challenges in completing the tunnel would be known only when the works progressed. They might lead to extension of the deadline fixed for completing the stretch.
to the line electrification between Shoranur and Thokur, he said that unless six traction power sub-stations between the two stations were ready, the entire stretch could not be commissioned fully.
Bindu Muralidhara, Regional Railway Manager, Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd. said that the 741-km long Konkan track between Roha in Maharashtra and Thokur would be doubled and electrified at an estimated cost of Rs. 10,600 crore. Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu would lay the foundation stone for the works on Sunday. In the first phase, the 42-km stretch between Roha and Veer stations in Maharashtra would be doubled. Works on doubling other stretches would be taken up in phases.
A proposal to double the 115-km long stretch between Thokur and Baindoor was now before the Railway Board.
Earlier, an official in the meeting called by Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, he said that the survey of Kaniyoor-Kanhangad railway line had been completed. The joint survey of land required for creating a world class railway station at Mangaluru Junction station had been over. The MP asked the officials to place their details at the next review meeting.
Dec 19 2014 (11:44)  Mangaluru-Thokur section to merge with Konkan Railway: Union minister (www.daijiworld.com)
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News Entry# 205501   Blog Entry# 1312917     
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Dec 19 2014 (11:44AM)
Station Tag: Thokur/TOK added by Mysuru Express/961653

Dec 19 2014 (11:44AM)
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Dec 19 2014 (11:44AM)
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Mangaluru-Thokur section to merge with Konkan Railway: Union minister
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Dec 19 2014 (11:57)
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Early decision on this is required
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