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Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here's the list of trains
National   Saturday, August 12, 2017 IST
Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here

Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here's the list of trains

New Delhi: Indian Railways will launch a few new train services on various routes that will profit a great many travelers from UP, Odisha, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir.

These administrations would be propelled by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Minister of State for Communications Manoj Sinha.

A few administrations would be hailed off by means of video conferencing from Delhi and some from Mumbai and Ghazipur, an announcement said.

Here are the subtle elements of new prepare administrations and augmentation of trains being initiated

Here are the details of new train services and extension of trains being inaugurated

BHOPAL-SINGRAULI EXPRESS (Bi-Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

SINGRAULI-H. NIZAMUDDIN EXPRESS(Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

JAMMU TAWI-ROURKELA EXPRESS UPTO SAMBALPUR (Daily): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

PATNA HUMSAFAR EXPRESS (Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 13th August 2017

GORAKHPUR ANTYODAYA EXPRESS (Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 13th August 2017

ANAND VIHAR (T) to GHAZIPUR via Kanpur, Allahabad (Bi-weekly): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

SUHAIL DEV EXPRESS (From Tri-Weekly To Four Days A Week): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

Bandra (T)-Ghazipur City Express (From Weekly To Bi-Weekly): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

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Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Death toll reaches 63, CM Adityanath calls for emergency meet
National   Saturday, August 12, 2017 IST
 
Gorakhpur hospital  deaths: Death toll reaches 63, CM  Adityanath calls for emergency meet

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Death toll reaches 63, CM Adityanath calls for emergency meet

New Delhi: The loss of life in Gorakhpur tragedy rose to 63 following  11-year-old child died due because of encephalitis at Baba Raghav Das Medical College hospital center on Saturday.

Prior in the day, the alleged disruption in the supply of fluid oxygen at the clinic had guaranteed lives of two kids.

Recently, it was accounted for that upwards of 30 children lost their lives because of encephalitis in a traverse of 48 hours at the clinic. According to the information obtained from the BRD doctor's facility, in recent days from August 7 to August 11, a sum of 60 passings happened in the healing facility. The groups of the youngsters have guaranteed that the specialists were not treating them well and the healing facility was not notwithstanding giving the solutions which were required for the treatment.

Then, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has required an emergency meeting later in the day over the disturbing unforeseen development. It has additionally been accounted for after the meeting, the pastors are required to visit the BRD Medical College in CM's home turf.

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