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Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
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Tuni ph.no. 08854-252172
State: Andhra Pradesh
Elevation: 24 m above sea level
Zone: SCR/South Central
Division: Vijayawada
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Sep 03 2016 (21:03)  Vinayaka Chaviti Special Trians between Twin Cities and Visakhapatnam (www.scr.indianrailways.gov.in)
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New/Special TrainsIR Press Release  

News Entry# 279035     
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Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Visakhapatnam Junction/VSKP added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Duvvada/DVD added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Anakapalle/AKP added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Tuni/TUNI added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Samalkot Junction/SLO added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Rajahmundry/RJY added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Tadepalligudem/TDD added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:04PM)
Station Tag: Eluru/EE added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Station Tag: Vijayawada Junction/BZA added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Station Tag: Khammam/KMT added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Station Tag: Warangal/WL added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Station Tag: Kazipet Junction/KZJ added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Station Tag: Secunderabad Junction/SC added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Visakhapatnam - Secunderabad Special Fare Special/07072 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Hyderabad - Visakhapatnam SpecialFare Special/07071 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Secunderabad - Mumbai CST (Tatkal Fare) Special/07032 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Mumbai CST - Secunderabad (Tatkal Fare) Special/07031 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Visakhapatnam - Secunderabad Special Fare Special/07034 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Sep 03 2016 (9:03PM)
Train Tag: Secunderabad - Visakhapatnam Special Fare Special/07033 added by kab mere acche din aayenge~/573824

Posted by: Sunny Babu Brother of sampoornesh babu~  53 news posts
In order to clear extra rush of passengers South Central Railway will be run six Special Trains between Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad-Visakhapatnam as per the following schedule:-

1.Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad Special Train (02 services):
Train No. 07033 Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam special train will depart Secunderabad at 21:30 hrs o­n 2ndSeptember, 2016 (Friday) and arrive
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Visakhapatnam at 10:15 hrs o­n the next day.

In the return direction, Train No. 07034 Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad special train will depart Visakhapatnam at 18:55 hrs o­n 3rd September, 2016 (Saturday) and arrive Secunderabad at 07:40 hrs o­n the next day.


Enroute, these special trains will stop at Janagoan, Kazipet, Warangal, Khammam, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Tuni, Anakapalli and Duvvada stations in both the directions.

These Special Trains will consist of 15 coaches viz., o­ne AC II Tier, two AC III Tier, ten Sleeper Class and Two Luggage cum Brake van Coaches.

2.Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam-Hyderabad Special Train (02 services):
Train No. 07069 Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam special train will depart Secunderabad at 21:40 hrs o­n 3rd September, 2016 (Saturday) and arrive Visakhapatnam at 10:55 hrs o­n the next day.
In the return direction, Train No. 07070 Visakhapatnam-Hyderabad special train will depart Visakhapatnam at 22:00 hrs o­n 4th September, 2016 (Sunday) arrive/depart Secunderabad at 10:25/10:30 hrs o­n the next day and arrive Hyderabad at 11:00 hrs.
Enroute, these special trains will also stop at Pagidipalli, Nalgonda, Miryalaguda, Piduguralla, Sattenapalli, Guntur, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Tuni, Anakapalli and Duvvada stations in both the directions.
These Special Trains will consist of 14 coaches viz., o­ne AC II Tier, o­ne AC III Tier, ten Sleeper Class and Two Luggage cum Brake van Coaches.
3.Hyderabad-Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad Special Train (02 services):
Train No. 07071 Hyderabad-Visakhapatnam special train will depart Hyderabad at 21:10 hrs o­n 5th September, 2016 (Monday) arrive/depart Secunderabad at 21:35/21:40 hrs and arrive Visakhapatnam at 11:00 hrs o­n the next day.
In the return direction, Train No. 07072 Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad special train will depart Visakhapatnam at 18:55 hrs o­n 6th September, 2016 (Tuesday) and arrive Secunderabad at 08:50 hrs o­n the next day.
Enroute, these special trains will also stop at Pagidipalli, Nalgonda, Miryalaguda, Piduguralla, Sattenapalli, Guntur, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Tuni, Anakapalli and Duvvada stations in both the directions.
These Special Trains will consist of 14 coaches viz., o­ne AC II Tier, o­ne AC III Tier, ten Sleeper Class and Two Luggage cum Brake van Coaches.
Apr 19 2016 (09:04)  Run MEMU services between Tuni, Vizianagaram (www.thehindu.com)
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News Entry# 265092   Blog Entry# 1810204     
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Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Srikakulam Road/CHE added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Chipurupalle/CPP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Vizianagaram Junction/VZM added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Kottavalasa Junction/KTV added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Pendurti/PDT added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Simhachalam/SCM added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Visakhapatnam Junction/VSKP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Duvvada/DVD added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Anakapalle/AKP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Elamanchili/YLM added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Narsipatnam Road/NRP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Tuni/TUNI added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:10AM)
Station Tag: Annavaram/ANV added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Station Tag: Vizianagaram Junction/VZM added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Station Tag: Visakhapatnam Junction/VSKP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Station Tag: Anakapalle/AKP added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Station Tag: Tuni/TUNI added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Visakhapatnam - Vizianagaram DMU/78532 added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Vizianagaram - Visakhapatnam DEMU/78531 added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Visakhapatnam-Kakinada Port Passenger/57256 added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Kakinada Port-Visakhapatnam Passenger/57255 added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Rayagada-Vijayawada Passenger/57272 added by WAP7/1472033

Apr 19 2016 (9:04AM)
Train Tag: Vijayawada-Rayagada Passenger/57271 added by WAP7/1472033

Posted by: WAP7  12 news posts
Naresh, a government employee living in Anakapalle, and Achari, a teacher living in Vizianagaram, who commute to the city daily for work, find the lack of local trains a curse for commuters.
“Though there are trains from Anakapalle to Visakhapatnam, they do not match the actual demand. I have to board either 57271 BZA- Rayagada Passenger or 57255 Kakinada - Vizag EMU, which are already packed to capacity with hardly any space to get in,” says Naresh.
Mr. Achari travels from Vizianagaram to Visakhapatnam every day. He boards 78531 Vizianagaram-Visakhapatnam DEMU, which is
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packed to capacity with hardly any space to stand comfortably leave alone sitting in the train.
Both Naresh and Achari feel that there should be MEMU s (Mainline Electrical Multiple Unit) between Tuni/Anakapalle to Vizianagaram via Visakhapatnam after every 1 hour and a few services can be extended up to Annavaram one side (as it would meet the requirement of pilgrims travelling to Sri Satyanarayana Swamy temple) and Srikakulam on other side (as it would be useful to those going to Arasavalli and Srikurmam temples).
The introduction of the local trains would help in reducing the load on the National Highway and minimising road accidents. This is not all, the middle class and the poor will be saved the hassle of paying three or four times the fare for travel in buses.

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Agreed .. MEMU's are badly reqd
Apr 15 2016 (12:30)  Shri Ravindra Gupta, General Manager, South Central Railway Inspects Vijayawada AreaDivision today (www.scr.indianrailways.gov.in)
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News Entry# 264625     
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Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Vijayawada Junction/BZA added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Rajahmundry/RJY added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Kadiyam/KYM added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Anaparti/APT added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Samalkot Junction/SLO added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Tuni/TUNI added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Anakapalle/AKP added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Apr 15 2016 (12:30PM)
Station Tag: Duvvada/DVD added by Kameswara Sarma Kasi Bendapudi/1362297

Posted by: xxx  39 news posts
Shri Ravindra Gupta, General Manager, South Central Railway, undertook the annual inspection of Duvvada- Rajahmundry section o­n Vijayawada Division today i.e., 22nd December, 2015. Commencing from Duvvada, the inspection covered all the major Railway Stations en route till Rajahmundry.
The inspection commenced at Duvvada Railway Station, with a Guard of Honour presented by the Railway Protection Force personnel to the General Manager. Shri Ravindra Gupta, later took up a window-trailing inspection of the Duvvada-Anakapalle section. He stopped at a Manned Level Crossing Gate between Thadi and Anakapalle stations and carried out a thorough scrutiny of the Gate Cabin, essential safety equipment, approach roads, track visibility, first aid availability, etc.
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At Anakapalle Railway Station, the inspection covered the entire circulating area. The General Manager also met a cross-section of Rail users to elicit their requirements. o­n the welfare front, Shri Ravindra Gupta inaugurated a Children’s park at the Railway Colony and interacted with the residents to enquire about the civic amenities available in the area. As another testimony to SCR’s resolve to move towards use of green energy, a 15 KWP Solar Power System has been installed for the Anakapalle Railway Station o­n Platform no.3, which the General Manager inaugurated. He also addressed the local media persons and briefed them about inspection and works proposed for the next financial year. He detailed them about provision of escalator, construction of high level platform etc.
Later, the General Manager inspected a major Bridge between Anakapalle and Bayyavaram and a minor Bridge between Bayyavaram and Narasingapalli stations. He conducted a speed test between Narsipatnam Road and Tuni. Shri Ravindra Gupta inspected the circulating area of Tuni Railway station, Health Unit and inaugurated a 5 HP solar pump in the Tuni Railway Staff Colony.Shri Ravindra Gupta inspected the Over Head Equipment(OHE) Sub-station between Tuni and Hamsavaram and conducted a speed test between Samalkot – Anaparthi Railway Stations. The General Manager inaugurated the newly constructed station building and the operating panel booking office at Kadiyam Railway Station. He inspected a Gang Unit at Kadiyam Railway station and planted saplings in station premises.
The inspection culminated at Rajahmundry, where the General Manager went round the entire circulating area of the station and had a look at all the facilities, the building façade, crew lobby, Accident Relief Train & Medical Relief Van etc. He received representations form Shri A.Satya Narayana, MLA, Rajahmundry Urban. Addressing the media representatives here, the General Manager informed that works for third line between Duvvada and Vijayawada will be taken up after getting necessary approvals. He also announced that Rajahmundry station will be provided with 2 more lifts.
Shri Ravindra Gupta was accompanied by Shri Ashok Kumar, Divisional Railway Manager, Vijayawada division; Shri J. N. Jha, Chief Operations Manager; Shri S.N.Singh, Principle Chief Engineer; Shri R.C.Boolchandani, Chief Administrative Officer, Construction; Shri Gajanan Mallya, Sr.Deputy General Manager, Shri Solan Gupta, Chief Electrical Engineer; Shri M. S. Mehboob Ali, Chief Signalling and Telecommunications Engineer; Shri R.R.Prasad, Chief Personnel Officer; Smt. Usha Madalli, Chief Medical Director, Shri B. Vijayabhaskar, Chief Commercial Manager (Passenger Services), SCR; Shri D.K.Singh, Commissioner Railway Safety, SC Circle, and other officers during the inspection.
Feb 04 2016 (00:43)  'Bad elements' or 'no orders to control': Who was responsible for Andhra train burning? (scroll.in)
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Posted by: Darth Vader  128 news posts
On Sunday afternoon, Y Jaswanth boarded the Ratnachal Express from Visakhapatnam to Vijayawada at Tuni, a small town of 53,000 people in Andhra Pradesh's East Godavari district. Jaswanth, his wife and son hoped to reach Vijayawada by 6.30 that evening. Instead, their journey ended a few kilometres beyond Tuni.
Late that evening, reports began to trickle in that protestors at a massive rally calling for reservations for the Kapu caste had set a train on fire and attacked government property. That was the train Jaswanth was on.
The rally was at a field
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in Velama Kothuru, a small village off the Howrah-Chennai national highway, where a few signs of the protest that shook the state are still visible. Hundreds of watermelon rinds were scattered at the site of the protest, as were remnants of water packets. While there did not seem to be any attempts to clear the grounds, the railway did not have the same luxury.
A group of around 30 employees were hard at work replacing elastic rail clips, heavy steel clips that hold railway sleepers in place.
“The people had removed the clips and thrown them far out into the fields,” said S Padanna, a senior section engineer of the railways at the site. “They also moved the sleepers 200 metres to one side to stop the train. All this took a long time to put back into place.”
Workers get the tracks ready for traffic again.
Workers get the tracks ready for traffic again.
Velama Kothuru might seem an unlikely spot for a protest of the scale witnessed on Sunday. It is, in fact, a regular venue for political rallies, with its uncultivated fields of almost 100 acres along the highway being regularly rented out for events. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has campaigned here.
On Sunday evening, the village that had absorbed so many political events before, was stirred by unprecedented violence, when protestors at the Kapu rally stopped a train and set it alight.
What happened?
Protestors at the rally stopped the train at 3.20 pm on Sunday. At around five, they asked passengers to leave the train, saying that there would be a fire.
“I didn’t believe them at first,” said Jaswanth. “I thought they only wanted us to get off the train for their own purposes.”
Before the train burnt.
However, unidentified people set two coaches ablaze. When he saw the flames, Jaswanth was no longer in doubt. He, his wife and son left the train with their belongings and began the five-kilometre trek back to Tuni. It took them two hours.
Back at Velama Kothuru, the fire rapidly spread from the first two coaches to the rest of the train. All but one of its 24 coaches were gutted. The most expensive component of a train – its engine worth Rs 25 crore – was also damaged beyond repair.
The train stands now at Tuni station, where it was brought at 2 am, once the fire brigade finally managed to douse its flames.
“We have put it on a loop line [which bypasses the main one] so now the schedule is not affected,” said MD Srinivas, station superintendent at the small town’s railway station. “But the train cannot be salvaged. After the police finish their investigation, it will have to go for scrap.”
The police has formed seven teams to investigate the incident, with officials drawn from across the district and state. The station itself now bristles with representatives from the Railway Protection Force and local police. A car with the helpful sign “Clues” is parked at the station entrance. Its occupants had gone for an extended tea break.
The scene at Tuni station, where the remnants of the gutted Ratnachal Express now stand.
The scene at Tuni station, where the remnants of the gutted Ratnachal Express now stand.
Railway authorities estimate the damage to be around Rs 13 crores, but their loss goes beyond one train, Padanna said. Sixteen trains were cancelled because of the blocked line, which meant that the fares of disgruntled passengers had to be refunded. In the initial confusion following the return of passengers who had left their station only a few hours ago, railway authorities also denied them any refund. They insisted instead on retaining Rs 30 as cancellation charges, as per existing railway rules. Only passenger outrage, said Jaswanth, forced them to relent and return the full amount of Rs 700.
Kapus allege conspiracy
Reports of the size of the rally vary, pegging the crowd at anything between five lakh to eight lakh attendees.
Mudragada Padmanabhan, the Kapu leader who had announced the rally two months ago, said that Kapus had nothing at all to do with the violence. Instead, it was “bad elements” in the crowd, allegedly planted by the government, who caused the entire violence.
“We got the approval for the rally in advance,” Padmanabhan said. “There was no lathi-charge there. Our people were cool and the police were cool. We faced no aggression. So how could this have suddenly occurred then?”
Padmanabhan also alleged that these “bad elements” were at work even before they stopped the train – his generator was unplugged and his microphone switched off mid-speech.
“This is a conspiracy to dilute our agitation,” he said. “Why else would the police go away during the meeting?”
Protestors perch on the engine of the train before it is burnt. Photo credit: Y Jaswanth
Protestors perch on the engine of the train before it is burnt. Photo credit: Y Jaswanth
The police version
Why indeed did the police abandon their post? Some answers might be had at the Velama Kothuru police station, which is not inside the village, but a few hundred metres away, adjacent to the meeting ground.
Padmanabhan had informed the police about the rally, permission for which, said head constable at the station, T Prasada Rao, came from the chief minister himself. Although there were 2,800 police officials on duty that day, drawn from all neighbouring villages, they were unable to withstand the crowd, Rao added.
“First they burnt the train and when we tried to stop them, they attacked us instead,” he said. “We had to run away."
The mob burnt 26 four-wheel vehicles, including new Boleros belonging to the superintendent of police and the deputy superintendent. They also set fire to 40 two-wheelers and the records rooms of the Velama Kothuru police station. Rao’s own car, a privately owned Indica, parked at the police living quarters a few hundred metres away, was also burnt, he said.
“We got no order for lathi-charge from above,” Rao said. “If we had, we could have done something. They told us to wait, which is why we could not control the crowd.”
By nine that night, the crowd had moved ahead to Tuni, where the police station bears signs of their vandalism, including a soot-blackened porch and windows with holes the size of stones in them.
Up to 33 cases have been registered so far, but there have as yet been no arrests.
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Jan 31 2016 (18:22)  AP: Kapu protests turn violent, activists set Ratnachal express on fire (www.deccanchronicle.com)
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News Entry# 255590   Blog Entry# 1725957     
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Jan 31 2016 (6:23PM)
Station Tag: Tuni/TUNI added by Mohd Arif**/228436

Jan 31 2016 (6:23PM)
Train Tag: Ratnachal SF Express/12717 added by Mohd Arif**/228436

Jan 31 2016 (6:22PM)
Train Tag: Ratnachal SF Express/12717 added by Mohd Arif**/228436

Posted by: Mohd Arif*^~  14 news posts
Hyderabad: Members of the Kapu community seeking reservation, set the Ratnachal Express on fire on Sunday, at Tuni railway station in Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. They also resorted to stone pelting, injuring four railway officials. Some trains have been delayed following the commotion.
Chaos prevailed at the railway station in Tuni as the protests turned violent and the activists beat up police personnel. Several of the protesters were detained.
The protestors have also blocked the Chennai- Kolkata national highway affecting vehicular movement.
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members of Kapu community took to the streets and blocked railway lines and highways in Andhra Pradesh seeking inclusion in Backward Class.
The Kapu Aaikya Garjana meet (Unity meet) saw members of the Kapu community assembling on large scale led by their leader Mudragada Padmanabham.
Several leaders of the community Botsa Satyanarayan of YSR Congress, Pallam Raju former union minister, Vatti Vasantha Kumar, congress leader, and former minister extended support to the Kapu movement.
The community has been demanding inclusion of their caste into the Backward Class list.
AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu failed to keep his promise to Kapu community to include them in the List, but formed a commission to look into the demands of the community.
Lakhs of members from the community gathered at the venue in Tuni of Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. TDP leaders boycotted the meet.
Addressing the meeting, Mudragada said that AP CM had earlier filed petition in the court against reservations to Kapus when the then Kotla Vijay Bhaskar Reddy government granted reservations.

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Jan 31 2016 (20:31)
gvvnjr   400 blog posts   74 correct pred (67% accurate)
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Damage to railway is again burden to people.

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Jan 31 2016 (23:19)
gvvnjr   400 blog posts   74 correct pred (67% accurate)
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If one wants anything is it necessary to burn a train? Any sense?

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RF Abhishek Jaiswal*^~   46724 blog posts   18534 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Senseless
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