Summer Special trains in 2013 - Berths Available

South Central railway declared new summer special trains in varies classes.

  • Train No.07028 Hyderabad (21 55 hrs on Sat.)-Visakhapatnam Summer Special: First AC and AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 1stJune, 2013.
  • Train No.01032 Hyderabad (10 25 hrs on Thu)-Kolhapur Summer Special: AC II Tier, AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 2nd May, 2013.
  • Train No.07429 Hyderabad (07 00 hrs on Thu.)-Renigunta Summer Special: AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 2nd May, 2013.
  • Train No.07430 Renigunta (22 00 hrs on Thu.)-Hyderabad Summer Special: AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 2nd May, 2013.
  • Train No.02701 Secunderabad (23 45 hrs on Sun)-Mumbai LTT AC Summer Special: First AC on 5th May and AC II Tier and AC III Tier on 19th May, 2013.
  • Train No.07148 Secunderabad (21 30 hrs on Fri.)-Visakhapatnam AC Summer Special: First AC and AC II Tier on 17th May and AC III Tier on 31st May, 2013.
  • Train No.07050 Secunderabad (06 30 hrs on Sun.)-Machilipatnam Summer Special: AC II Tier on 5th June; Sleeper Class on 5th June, 2013.
  • Train No.07049 Machilipatnam (21 30 hrs on Sun.)-Secunderabad Summer Special: AC II Tier and Sleeper Class on 19th May, 2013
  • Train No.08510 Nanded (06 15 hrs on Wed)-Visakhapatnam (Via.Secunderabad) Summer Special: AC II Tier on 1st May; AC III Tier on 12th June and Sleeper Class on 8th May,2013.
  • Train No.07208 Lingampalli (22 00 hrs on Fri.)-Vijayawada Summer Special: AC II Tier and Sleeper Class on 17th May, 2013.
  • Train No.07207 Vijayawada (22 00 hrs on Thu.)-Lingampalli Summer Special: AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 9th May, 2013.
  • Train No.07229 Guntur (21 30 hrs on Fri.)-Tirupati Summer Special: AC II Tier on 3rd May; AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 31st May, 2013.
  • Train No.07230 Tirupati (09 00 hrs on Fri.)-Guntur Summer Special: AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 3rd May, 2013.
  • Train No.08562 Renigunta (15 15 hrs on Mon)-Visakhapatnam Summer Special: AC
  • II Tier on 6th May and AC III Tier on 10th June; Sleeper Class on 20th May,2013.
  • Train No.01036 Renigunta (12 45 hrs on Sat)-Mysore Summer Special: AC II Tier and AC III Tier and Sleeper Class on 04th May, 2013.

  • 08/05/2013

    Gujarat gets seven new trains, and a Rail Neer bottling plant

    A new "Rail Neer" bottling plant, a skill development centre and seven new trains are among several proposals that have been made for Gujarat in the Railway Budget (2013-14) presented in the Lok Sabha Tuesday.

    The new express train services proposed by Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal include the Ahmedabad-Jodhpur Express (weekly via Samdari, Bhildi and Gandhidham) and the Visakhapatnam Express (weekly via Ahmedabad, Wardha, Ballarshah and Vijaywada).
    The other new proposed express trains that will connect parts of Gujarat include the Bandra Terminus-Hisar Express (weekly via Ahmedabad, Palanpur) and the Bandra Terminus-Haridwar Express (weekly via Valsad).
    The new passenger trains proposed for Gujarat include Bhavnagar-Palitana Passenger (daily), Bhavnagar-Surendranagar Passenger (daily), Nadiad-Modasa passenger (6 days a week), Surendranagar-Dharangdhara Passenger (daily) and Somnath-Rajkot passenger (daily).
    Trains that will see their present services being extended include the Porbandar-Veraval Passenger which will now run up to Somnath and DEMU running between Morbi-Wankaner, which will go up to Rajkot.
    Meanwhile, the frequency of the following trains from Gujarat have been increased: Ahmedabad-Nagpur Express (will now run three days from earlier 2 days a week), Agra Fort-Ahmedabad Express (daily from the earlier 3 days) and Gorakhpur-Ahmedabad Express (run on 2 days from earlier 1).
    The railway minister has also proposed Ahmedabad to be one among the six centres that will have a Rail Neer bottling plant. The others are Vijaywada, Nagpur, Lalitpur, Bilaspur and Jaipur. The ministry of railways also proposes to set up a centre to impart skills to youth in railway-related trades at Ankleshwar, which is among 25 such locations.
    As far as the railway infrastructure is concerned, the tracks in the section between Bardoli-Vyara and Viramgam-Sadla has been proposed to be doubled during the year 2013-14.
    Among the new projects proposed for the year 2013-14 is the railway line connecting Palanpur-Samakhiali section, which will be taken up for doubling under the PPP mode while a third line will be laid between Vatva-Ahmedabad.


    Indian Railway Station is Going to Wi-Fi Enabled

    The first Wi-Fi enabled station of Indian railway is Mysore railway station. This new feature would benefit tourist as also the IT professionals whose number rising here. This new facility launched in the country under the public-private partnership model.

    The facility is being powered by Tomizone, a New Zealand-based company that operates a global service platform to provide wireless broadband service to consumers.

    This new Wi-Fi facility, that is another feather in the development cap of Mysore is going to function on a 6 month trial basis and will fetch no revenues for Mysore Railway's and is on a six-month trial basis. This will fetch no revenues for the Mysore Railway zone as there has been no investment from the side of Railway’s. The Railway's will thereafter work out a Revenue Model. This facility would then be targeted at other Karnataka Stations based on the success of the Mysore project.
    Before Commonwealth games, Delhi Government has decided to make all the metro stations Wi-Fi enabled. Delhi government has identified bidders including internet and telecom players such as MTNL, Net4 India, Spectranet, Tulip IT Services and Microsense for these projects


    New Trains in Rail Budget 2013

    New Delhi: Union Rail Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Tuesday announced 106 new trains in Railway Budget 2013-14. Of the new trains 67 are Express, 26 passenger trains, 5 MEMUs and 8 DEMUs.

    Besides the new services, 57 trains have been extended and the frequency of 24 trains has been increased.

    Express trains

    1. Ahmedabad – Jodhpur Express (Weekly) Via Samdari, Bhildi
    2. Ajni (Nagpur) – Lokmanya Tilak (T) Express (Weekly) Via Hingoli
    3. Amritsar – Lalkuan Express (Weekly) Via Chandigarh
    4. Bandra Terminus – Ramnagar Express (Weekly) Via Nagda, Mathura, Kanpur, Lucknow, Rampur
    5. Bandra Terminus – Jaisalmer Express (Weekly) Via Marwar, Jodhpur
    6. Bandra Terminus – Hisar Express (Weekly) Via Ahmedabad, Palanpur, Marwar, Jodhpur, Degana
    7. Bandra Terminus – Haridwar Express (Weekly) Via Valsad
    8. Bangalore – Mangalore Express (Weekly)
    9. Bathinda – Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) Via Patiala, Rajpura
    10. Bhubaneswar – Hazrat Nizamuddin Express (Weekly) Via Sambalpur
    11. Bikaner – Chennai AC Express (Weekly) Via Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Nagda, Bhopal, Nagpur
    12. Chandigarh –Amritsar Intercity Express (Daily) Via Sahibzada Ajitsingh Nagar (Mohali), Ludhiana
    13. Chennai – Karaikudi Express (Weekly)
    14. Chennai – Palani Express (Daily) Via Jolarpettai, Salem, Karur, Namakkal
    15. Chennai Egmore – Thanjavur Express (Daily) Via Villupuram, Mayiladuthurai
    16. Chennai – Nagarsol (For Sai Nagar Shirdi) Express (Weekly) Via Renigunta, Dhone, Kacheguda
    17. Chennai – Velankanni Link Express (Daily) Via Villupuram, Mayiladuthurai, Tiruvarur
    18. Coimbatore – Mannargudi Express (Daily) Via Tiruchchirappalli, Thanjavur, Nidamangalam
    19. Coimbatore – Rameswaram Express (Weekly)
    20. Delhi – Firozpur Intercity Express (Daily) Via Bathinda
    21. Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Sikar Express (Bi-weekly) after gauge conversion
    22. Delhi – Hoshiarpur Express (Weekly)
    23. Durg – Jaipur Express (Weekly)
    24. Gandhidham – Visakhapatnam Express (Weekly) Via Ahmedabad, Wardha, Ballarshah, Vijaywada
    25. Hazrat Nizamuddin – Mumbai AC Express (Weekly) via Bhopal, Khandwa, Bhusawal
    26. Howrah – Chennai AC Express (Bi-weekly) Via Bhadrak, Duvvada, Gudur
    27. Howrah – New Jalpaiguri AC Express (Weekly) Via Malda Town
    28. Hubli – Mumbai Express (Weekly) Via Miraj, Pune
    29. Indore – Chandigarh Express (Weekly) Via Dewas, Ujjain, Guna, Gwalior, Hazrat Nizamuddin
    30. Jabalpur – Yesvantpur Express (Weekly) Via Nagpur, Dharmavaram
    31. Jaipur – Lucknow Express (Tri-weekly) Via Bandikui, Mathura, Kanpur
    32. Jaipur-Alwar Express (Daily)
    33. Jodhpur –Jaipur Express (Daily) Via Phulera
    34. Jodhpur – Kamakhya (Guwahati) Express (Weekly) Via Degana, Ratangarh
    35. Kakinada – Mumbai Express (Bi-weekly)
    36. Kalka – Sai Nagar Shirdi Express (Bi-weekly) Via Hazrat Nizamuddin , Bhopal, Itarsi
    37. Kamakhya (Guwahati) – Anand VIhar Express (Weekly) Via Katihar, Sitapur Cantt, Moradabad
    38. Kamakhya (Guwahati) – Bangalore AC Express (Weekly)
    39. Kanpur – Anand Vihar Express (Weekly) Via Farrukhabad
    40. Katihar – Howrah Express (Weekly) Via Malda Town
    41. Katra – Kalka Express (Bi-weekly) Via Morinda
    42. Kolkata – Agra Express (Weekly) Via Amethi, Rae Bareli, Mathura
    43. Kolkata – Sitamarhi Express (Weekly) Via Jhajha, Barauni, Darbhanga
    44. Kota – Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) Via Mathura, Palwal
    45. Kurnool Town – Secunderabad Express (Daily)
    46. Lokmanya Tilak (T) – Kochuveli Express (Weekly)
    47. Lucknow – Varanasi Express Via Rae-Bareli (6 Days a week)
    48. Madgaon – Mangalore Intercity Express (Daily) Via Udupi, Karwar
    49. Mangalore – Kacheguda Express (Weekly) Via Dhone, Gooty, Renigunta, Coimbatore
    50. Mau – Anand Vihar Express (Bi-weekly)
    51. Mumbai – Solapur Express (6 Days a week) Via Pune
    52. Nagercoil – Bangalore Express (Daily) Via Madurai, Tiruchchirappalli
    53. New Delhi – Katra AC Express (6 Days a week)
    54. Nizamabad – Lokmanya Tilak (T) Express (Weekly)
    55. Patna – Sasaram Intercity Express (Daily) Via Ara
    56. Patliputra (Patna) – Bangalore Express (Weekly) Via Chheoki
    57. Puducherry – Kanniyakumari Express (Weekly) Via Villupuram, Mayiladuthurai, Tiruchchirappalli
    58. Puri – Sai Nagar Shirdi Express (Weekly) Via Sambalpur, Titlagarh, Raipur, Nagpur, Bhusawal
    59. Puri –Ajmer Express (Weekly) Via Abu-Road
    60. Radhikapur – Anand Vihar Link Express (Daily)
    61. Rajendra Nagar Terminus (Patna)– New Tinsukia Express (Weekly) Via Katihar, Guwahati
    62. Tirupati – Puducherry Express (Weekly)
    63. Tirupati – Bhubaneswar Express (Weekly) Via Visakhapatnam
    64. Una / Nangaldam– Hazoor Saheb Nanded Express (Weekly)
    Via Anandpur Saheb, Morinda, Chandigarh, Ambala
    65. Visakhapatnam – Jodhpur Express (Weekly) Via Titlagarh, Raipur
    66. Visakhapatnam – Kollam Express (Weekly)
    67. Yesvantpur – Lucknow Express (Weekly) via Rae Bareli, Pratapgarh

    Passenger Trains

    1. Bathinda – Dhuri Passenger (Daily)
    2. Bikaner-Ratangarh Passenger (Daily)
    3. Bhavnagar – Palitana Passenger (Daily)
    4. Bhavnagar – Surendranagar Passenger (Daily)
    5. Bareilly – Lalkuan Passenger (Daily)
    6. Chhapra –Thawe Passenger (Daily)
    7. Loharu – Sikar Passenger (Daily) after gauge conversion
    8. Madgaon – Ratnagiri Passenger (Daily)
    9. Marikuppam – Bangalore Passenger (Daily)
    10. Muzaffarpur – Sitamarhi Passenger (Daily) via Runnisaidpur
    11. Nadiad – Modasa Passenger (6 days a week)
    12. Nandyal – Kurnool Town passenger (Daily)
    13. New Amravati – Narkher Passenger (Daily)
    14. Punalur – Kollam Passenger (Daily)
    15. Purna – Parli Vaijnath Passenger (Daily)
    16. Palani-Tiruchendur Passenger (Daily)
    17. Ratangarh - Sardarsahar Passenger (Daily) after gauge conversion
    18. Samastipur- Banmankhi Passenger via Saharsa, Madhepura (Daily) after gauge conversion
    19. Shoranur – Kozhikode Passenger (Daily)
    20. Surendranagar – Dharangdhara Passenger (Daily)
    21. Suratgarh – Anupgarh Passenger (Daily)
    22. Somnath – Rajkot Passenger (Daily)
    23. Sitamarhi – Raxaul Passenger (Daily) 35
    24. Sriganganagar – Hanumangarh-Sadulpur Passenger (Daily) after gauge conversion
    25. Talguppa – Shimoga Town Passenger (Daily)
    26. Thrisur-Guruvayur Passenger (Daily)

    MEMU Services

    1. Barabanki – Kanpur
    2. Chennai – Tirupati
    3. Delhi- Rohtak (Replacement of conventional service by MEMU)
    4. Lucknow – Hardoi
    5. Sealdah – Berhampore Court

    DEMU Services

    1. Bhatkal – Thokur
    2. Delhi – Kurukshetra Via Kaithal
    3. Katwa – Jangipur
    4. Lucknow – Sultanpur
    5. Lucknow – Pratapgarh Via Gauriganj
    6. Madgaon – Karwar
    7. Rohtak – Rewari
    8. Taran Taran – Goindwal Saheb

    Extension of Trains

    1. 19601/19602 Ajmer-New Jalpaiguri Express to Udaipur
    2. 15715/15716 Ajmer-Kishanganj Express to New Jalpaiguri
    3. 12403/12404 Allahabad – Mathura Express to Jaipur
    4. 17307/17308 Bagalkot-Yesvantpur Express to Mysore
    5. 18437/18438 Bhubaneswar – Bhawanipatna Express to Junagarh
    6. 18191/18192 Chhapra – Kanpur Anwarganj Express to Farrukhabad
    7. 16127/16128 Chennai-Madurai portion of Chennai-Guruvayur Express to Tuticorin
    8. 12231/12232 Chandigarh-Lucknow Express to Patna (2 days)
    9. 12605/12606 Chennai-Tiruchchirappalli Express to Karaikudi
    10. 14007/14008 Delhi-Muzaffarpur Express to Raxaul after gauge conversion
    11. 14017/14018 Delhi-Muzaffarpur Express to Raxaul after gauge conversion
    12. 12577/12578 Darbhanga-Bangalore Express to Mysore
    13. 14731/14732 Delhi – Bathinda Express to Fazilka
    14. 14705/14706 Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Sadulpur Express to Sujangarh (Salasar Express)
    15. 15159/15160 Durg- Chhapra Express to Muzaffarpur and Gondia
    16. 12507/12508 Guwahati-Ernakulam Express to Thiruvananthapuram
    17. 17005/17006 Hyderabad-Darbhanga Express to Raxaul after gauge conversion
    18. 17011/17012 Hyderabad- Belampalli Express to Sirpur Kaghaznagar
    19. 16591/16592 Hubli-Bangalore Express to Mysore
    20. 12181/12182 Jabalpur-Jaipur Express to Ajmer
    21. 15097/15098 Jammu Tawi-Barauni Express to Bhagalpur
    22. 13117/13118 Kolkata – Berhampore Court Express to Lalgola
    23. 22981/22982 Kota-Hanumangarh Express to Shri Ganga Nagar
    24. 15609/15610 Lalgarh- Guwahati Express to New Tinsukia
    25. 12145/12146 Lokmanya Tilak (T)-Bhubaneswar Express to Puri
    26. 12545/12546 Lokmanya Tilak (T)-Darbhanga Express to Raxaul after gauge conversion
    27. 12449/12450 Madgaon-Hazrat Nizamuddin Express to Chandigarh
    28. 12653/12654 Mangalore – Tiruchchirappalli Express to Puducherry
    29. 29019/29020 Meerut-Nimach Link Express to Mandasor 30. 22107/22108 Mumbai CST-Latur Express to Hazoor Saheb Nanded
    31. 14003/14004 New Delhi -New Farakka Express to Malda Town
    32. 15723/15724 New Jalpaiguri-Darbhanga Express to Sitamarhi
    33. 18419/18420 Puri-Darbhanga Express to Jaynagar
    34. 19327/19328 Ratlam-Chittaurgarh Express to Udaipur
    35. 13133/13134 Sealdah – Varanasi Express (2 Days) to Delhi via Lucknow, Moradabad
    36. 14711/14712 Shri Ganga Nagar – Haridwar Express to Rishikesh
    37. 16535/16536 Solapur-Yesvantpur Express to Mysore
    38. 19251/19252 Somnath-Dwarka Express to Okha
    39. 12629/12630 Yesvantpur – Hazrat Nizamuddun Sampark
    Kranti Express 2 days to Chandigarh
    40. 59601/59602 Ajmer-Beawar Passenger to Marwar
    41. 56513/56514 Bangalore-Nagore Passenger to Karaikal
    42. 51183/51184 Bhusaval-Amravati Passenger to Narkher
    43. 57502/57503 Bodhan-Kamareddi Passenger to Mirzapalli
    44. 54632/54633 Dhuri-Hisar/ Hisar- Ludhiana Passenger to Sirsa
    45. 56700/56701Madurai-Kollam Passenger to Punalur
    46. 56709/56710 Madurai-Dindigul Passenger to Palani
    47. 56275/56276 Mysore-Shimoga Town Passenger to Talguppa
    48. 59297/59298 Porbander-Veraval Passenger to Somnath
    49. 66611/66612 Ernakulam-Thrisur MEMU to Palakkad
    50. 67277/67278 Falaknuma-Bhongir MEMU to Jangaon
    51. 66304/66305 Kollam-Nagarcoil MEMU to Kanniyakumari
    52. 63131/63132 Krishnanagar City-Berhampore Court MEMU to Ranaghat and to Cossimbazar
    53. 74021/74024 Delhi-Shamli DEMU to Saharanpur
    54. 76837/76838 Karaikudi-Manamadurai DEMU to Virudunagar after gauge conversion
    55. 79454/79445 Morbi-Wankaner DEMU to Rajkot
    56. 77676/77677 Miryalguda-Nadikudi DEMU to Piduguralla
    57. 79301/79302 Ratlam-Chittaurgarh DEMU to Bhilwara 38

    Increase in frequency

    The frequency of the following trains will be increased:
    1. 12547/12548 Agra Fort –Ahmedabad Express 3 to 7 days
    2. 11453/11454 Ahmedabad-Nagpur Express 2 to 3 days
    3. 22615/22616 Coimbatore-Tirupati Express 3 to 4 days
    4. 14037/14038 Delhi-Pathankot Express 3 to 6 days
    5. 19409/19410 Gorakhpur – Ahmedabad Express 1 to 2 days
    6. 13465/13466 Howrah – Malda Town Express 6 to 7 days
    7. 12159/12160 Jabalpur – Amravati Express 3 to 7 days
    8. 11103/11104 Jhansi – Bandra (T) Express 1 to 2 days
    9. 19325/19326 Indore – Amritsar Express 1 to 2 days
    10. 12469/12470 Kanpur – Jammu Tawi Express 1 to 2 days
    11. 12217/12218 Kochuveli – Chandigarh Express 1 to 2 days
    12. 12687/12688 Madurai – Dehradun/Chandigarh Express 1 to 2 days
    13. 13409/13410 Malda Town – Jamalpur Express 6 to 7 days
    14. 17213/17214 Narsapur – Nagersol (Near Sainagar Shirdi) Express 2 to 7 days
    15. 12877/12878 Ranchi-New Delhi Garib Rath Express 2 to 3 days
    16. 18509/18510 Visakhapatnam – Hazoor Saheb Nanded Express 2 to 3 days
    17. 22819/22820 Visakhapatnam – Lokmanya Tilak (T) Express 2 to 7 days
    18. 18309/18310 Sambalpur-Hazoor Saheb Nanded Express 2 to 3 days
    19. 12751/12752 Secunderabad – Manuguru Express 3 to 7 days
    20. 12629/12630 Yesvantpur – Hazrat Nizamuddun Sampark Kranti Express 2 to 4 days
    21. 56221/56222/56525/56526 Bangalore – Tumkur Passenger 6 to 7 days
    22. 56321 Kanniyakumari-Tirunelveli Passenger 6 to 7 days
    23. 56325 Nagercoil – Kanniyakumari Passenger 6 to 7 days
    24. 56312 Tirunelveli - Nagercoil Passenger 6 to 7 days


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    New Rules of Tatkal Ticket Booking

    New Rules of Tatkal Ticket Booking 

    Under the new rule, advance reservation period of Tatkal tickets has been reduced from two days to one day (24 hours). 

    The advance Reservation Period of Tatkal Scheme is reduced from two days to one day excluding the day of journey from the originating station from Monday. 

    For example, if a train is to depart from the originating station on 2nd day of the month then the Tatkal quota for this particular train will open at 08.00hrs of the 1st day of the month.
    No authorised agents, including agents of IRCTC and others, will be allowed to book Tatkal tickets from 10 AM to 12 AM from counters as well as from Internet. 

    While some zones will be operating separate counters for Tatkal tickets, others will be issuing tickets from the same counters but will provide only Tatkal tickets through these counters between 10 AM and 10.30 AM. 

    The booking of Tatkal tickets under the revamped scheme will begin on July 10 and zonal railways have been instructed to make adequate arrangement at reservation counters accordingly, said a senior Railway Ministry official. 

    Under the new arrangement, the booking of Tatkal tickets will start at 10 AM on the previous day of journey from the train's originating station instead of 8 AM at present. 

    Measures such as installation of CCTVs in major booking centres, barring booking clerks to carry mobile phones inside counters, display of helpline numbers for complaints, raids by the vigilance squads to prevent misuse of Tatkal facility have been taken, he said. 

    IRCTC’s deposit scheme for faster e-ticket booking

    IRCTC’s deposit scheme for faster e-ticket booking

    New Delhi: Seeking to make it easier to book e-tickets, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has decided to launch a scheme allowing passengers to reserve seats against advance money kept with the corporation. 

    “We have decided to launch Rolling Deposit Scheme (RDS), a hassle-free e-ticket booking scheme in which the user will be able to book e-tickets against advance money kept with us,” said a senior IRCTC official involved with the scheme. 

    Currently there are about 4.5 lakh train tickets booked daily through IRCTC website. 

    Under the Rolling Deposit Scheme, a user can deposit money in advance with IRCTC and use it as a payment option amongst the other payment options available on IRCTC website for paying money at the time of booking tickets. 

    “It will reduce the payment gateway time for the user as money will be deducted from the IRCTC and not from any bank as is the current practice, he said adding “there are about 10% failure in e-ticket booking due to the banking server problem.” 

    Besides IRCTC will also not levy the payment gateway charge for booking e-ticket through RDS. 

    He said one can join the RDS with a minimum amount of Rs 1500 also. 


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