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East Coast Railway (ECoR) cancelled and diverted several trains In view of ‘rail roko’ agitation by the lawyers

Sambalpur:30/11/18: In view of ‘rail roko’ agitation by the lawyers in Sambalpur during two-day-long Maha Bandh in western Odisha over setting up of a permanent bench of Orissa High Court, the East Coast Railway (ECoR) cancelled and diverted several trains today.

Here’s the complete list of trains cancelled, partially cancelled and diverted due to shutdown on Nov 30

Canceled trains:

01. Train number 18301/18302 Sambalpur-Rayagada-Sambalpur Express from both the directions

02. Train number 18303/18304 Sambalpur-Puri Sambalpur Inter City from both the directions.

03. Train number 12893/12894 Bhubaneswar-Balangir-Bhubaneswar Inter City from both the directions.

04. Train number 68034/68033 Sambalpur-Jharsuguda-Sambalpur Passenger from both the directions.

05. Train number 58301/58302 Sambalpur-Koraput-Sambalpur Road Passenger passenger from both the directions on 30.11.2018

06. 58303/58304 Sambalpur-Junagarh Road-Sambalpur Road Passenger passenger from both the directions.

07. Train number 18309 Sambalpur-Jammu Tawi Express.

08. Train number 22839/22840 Rourkela-Bhubaneswar-Rourkela Inter City from both the directions.

09. Train number 68031/68032 Sambalpur-Jharsuguda-Sambalpur Passenger from both the directions.

10. Train number 68027/68028 Rourkela-Sambalpur-Rourkela Passenger from both the directions.

11. Train number 58214/58213 Bilaspur-Titlagarh-Bilaspur Passenger via Sambalpur from both the directions.

12. Train number 18107/18108 Rourkela-Koraput-Rourkela Express from both the directions from both the directions.

Partially Cancelled Trains for Sambalpur Bandh on Nov 30:

01. 12871/12872 Howrah-Titlagarh-Howrah Ispat Express on Nov 30 will run between Howrah & Rourkela and will remain cancelled between Rourkela and Titlagarh from both the directions.

02. 58131/58132 Rourkela-Puri-Rourkela Passenger on Nov 30 will run between Puri and Angul and will remain cancelled between Rourkela & Angul from both the directions.

DIVERSION OF TRAINS:

01. Train number 18425/18426 Puri-Durg-Puri Express left from both the directions on Nov 29 diverted via Vizianagaram-Rayagada-Titlagarh & Raipur.

02. Train number 18452/18451 Puri-Hatia-Puri Tapaswini Express left from both the directions on Nov 29 diverted via Jakhapura-Jaroli-Chakradharpur and Rourkela.

03. 18421 Puri-Ajmer Express left Puri on Nov 29 diverted via Khurda Road-Vizianagaram-Rayagada-Titlagarh & Raipur.

04. 13352/13351 Alleppey-Dhanbad-Alleppey left Alleppey on Nov 28 and left Dhanbad on Nov 29 diverted via Vizianagaram-Khurda Road-Jakhapura-Jaroli-Chakradhapur & Rourkela.

05. 18111 Tata-Yesvantpur left Tata on Nov 29 diverted via Jaroli-Jakhapura-Khurda Road & Vizianagaram.

06. 22865 LTT-Puri Express from LTT on Nov 29 diverted via Titlagarh-Vizianagaram & Khurda Road.

07. 19318 Puri-Indore Express from Puri diverted via Angul-Bhubaneswar-Vizianagaram-Rayagada-Titlagarh & Raipur.

08. 22838 Ernakulam-Hatia Express left Ernakulam on 29.11.2018 will run on diverted route via Vizianagaram-Khurda Road-Jakhapura-Jaroli-Chakradhapur & Rourkela.

09. 18508 Amritsar-Visakhapatnam Hirakud Express from Amritsar on Nov 28.11.2018 will run on diverted route via Bilaspur-Raipur-Titlagarh-Vizianagarm.

10. 18507 Visakhapatnam-Amritsar Hirakud Express from Visakhapatnam on Nov 29 diverted via Vizianagaram-Khurda Road-Jakhapura-Jaroli-Chakradhapur.

About Ashok Palit

Ashok Palit has completed his graduation from Upendranath College Soro, Balasore and post graduation from Utkal University in Odia Language and literture.. He has also carved out a niche for himself as a scribe of eminence after joining the profession in 1988. He is also an independent media production professional. He brings loads of experience to Advanced Media, Ashok Palit as a cineaste has been active in film criticism for over three decades. As a film society activist, he soared to eminence for his profound commitment to the art film appreciation and aesthetics of cinema. His mode of discourse is often erudite but always lucid and comprehensible marked by a perfect acumen so rare in the field. A film aesthete with an immense fond of critical sensibilities, he wrote about growth and development of odia cinema in New Indian Express, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Asian Age and Screen. He has been working as an Editor for Cine Samaya from 2002-2004.. He had made solid contribution on cinema in many odia Dailies and weekly such as Samaj, Prajatantra, Dharatri, Samaya, Satabadi, and weekly Samaya.

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