Sir, Super fast train numbers always (If some rare exceptions are there, I am unaware of at this time) start with the digit ‘2’. All Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Duronto, Garib rath, Janshatabdi, Yuva trains too are (necessarily) Superfast and hence, the numbers of these trains begin with ‘2’.
while agreeing with your view, this train seems to be special (at present), nzm=bdts gr specials wih same timing as the original used to have 0903-0904. if the travelling time matches with SF of that destinations, this can also be considered SF. journey time matches other SF in the same route. so this should also be considered SF. other views welcome.
Sir, You are right. Special trains are run without first digit being '2' and charges are collected accordingly. The train in the context (the number differs now at IR site) is verified by me and I find that the average speed (diatance from Origin to Destination divided by time taken from Origin to Destination) is less than 55 which is required for a... more...
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