Shramik special train

  • 5.85 lakh free meals provided till June 14:NFR
    Guwahati, June 15 (MExN): The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has provided a total of 585402 meals to passengers of various Shramik Special trains from May 7 to June 14, an official release informed.  After the Shramik Special trains arrival at NFR’s jurisdiction, it ensured that all the passengers also get sufficient food and drinking water for their onward journey towards various locations in NE states, stated the release issued by NFR’s Chief Public Relations
  • Nagaland arranges longest train journey to bring stranded citizens: Official
    Morung Express News Dimapur | June 11   Nagaland, according to a state government official, has created ‘history’ by arranging the longest ever train journey in India to bring back its stranded citizen from outside.    The distance covered by Shramik Special Train from Trivandrum, Kerala to Dimapur, which started its journey on June 9, is more than India’s longest train route of Vivek Express from Kanyakumari to Digbugrah, maintained Nagala
  • Mizoram woman dies after falling from 'Shramik Special' train in West Bengal's Malda
    Malda, June 2 (PTI): A 26-year-old woman died on Tuesday after falling from a running 'Shramik Special' train in West Bengal's Malda district, officials said. Vanlal Manghai Juwali, who hailed from Mizoram, was returning home on the train that was coming from Mumbai and going to Nagaland, they said. Juwali was standing by the door of the compartment and fell from the running train as she dozed off, said Bhaskar Pradhan, inspector in-charge of GRP at Malda Town. The inc
  • Two Shramik train passengers found dead in Varanasi
    VARANASI/NEW DELHI, MAY 27 (IANS): Two passengers of a Shramik special train from Mumbai were found dead when it reached Manduadih railway station in Varanasi on Wednesday morning.   The bodies were found by railway staff when other passengers had got off the train and it was shifted to the yard for cleaning and sanitising. The train had arrived at the Manduadih station at 8.21 a.m.   The Government Railway Police (GRP) took the bodies in its possession and sent t