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Old January 29th, 2011, 11:38 PM   #801
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Team of MPs to meet Railway Minister

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Tumkur: An all-party MP delegation will meet the Railway Minister to draw the attention of the Union Government towards delayed railway projects in the State, Basavaraju, MP. He told presspersons here on Friday that the delegation would urge the Centre to increase budget allocation to the State's railway projects.

‘No survey done'

He alleged that in districts such as Tumkur, Davangere, Shimoga and Chamarajanagar, the railway construction works had stopped. Further, no survey was being conducted for new projects. In the last budget, Rs. 15 crore was reserved for the Tumkur-Madhugiri-Rayadurga railway project but no funds were given to acquire the land in Tumkur, he alleged.
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Old January 29th, 2011, 11:42 PM   #802
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The Chief Minister said that the Gadag–Wadi railway line (via Yelburga, Kushtagi, Lingsugur, Hutti Gold Mines, Surpur, Shahpur — 252 km) has been estimated to cost Rs. 1,100 crore and it was under active consideration of the Railways. The Government has also planned a number of projects, including steel and cement zones, in the region. Besides providing logistics support, the railway line would fuel economic growth of the north Karnataka region, Mr. Yeddyurappa added.
Gadag -Wadi line is really important from the cement corridor point of view, Wadi region has got the highest capacity of cement generation in south India with many more factories u/c this line must be taken on priority basis.
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Old January 30th, 2011, 05:17 AM   #803
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I did not realise this, but most of the kilometers doubled are in Karnataka. Awesome

Another 7 years for doubled and electrified section?

Is that too optimstic?
that is because state govt funds 50:50 budget


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He sought introduction of trains on 11 routes, and they are: Bangalore–Delhi (Duronto), Bangalore–Yeshwanthapur–Shirdi, Bangalore–Yeshwanthapur–Solapur via Guntakal, Karwar–Bangalore via Mangalore, Bangalore/Yeshwanthapur– Amritsar, Gulbarga–Bangalore (Express), Mysore–Arsikere (Diesel Electrical Multiple Unit - DEMU), Marikuppam–Bangalore Passenger, Kolar–Bangalore (DEMU), Bangalore city–Bijapur via Bagalkot, and Bangalore city–Miraj via Belgaum.
good job yeddy! we need more trains NOT more tracks. i only told him to ask for delhi-bangalore duronto, um no. next year budget we want bangalore-mumbai duronto. Gadag-wadi is 250km and will take long time.
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Shimoga-harihar and sakaleshpur-chikmagalur-kadur/birur are really good lines. they save forests as they go along western ghats border. good work bjp
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Old January 30th, 2011, 07:33 AM   #805
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Karnataka sends 11 new proposals to Mamata Banerjee for the upcoming railway budget
Published: Sunday, Jan 30, 2011, 8:55 IST
By Srikanth Hunasavadi | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA

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In view of the upcoming railway budget, the state government has submitted 11 proposals to the Union government to be incorporated in the annual budget for the railways. It has also asked the Union government to release more funds for ongoing projects.

Addressing the media, V Dhananjaykumar, special representative of state government to Delhi said: “Under the chairmanship of chief minister BS Yeddyurappa, we have recently submitted 11 new railway proposals to railway minister Mamata Banerjee and have also demanded speeding up of the on-going railway projects.”

Apart from 11 new trains, we have submitted a proposal for conducting a survey for starting three new railway lines between Bagalkot-Raichur, Gulbarga-Bijapur and Koppal-Singanur.

As per the agreement, the state government has released Rs600 crore for the projects which were taken up on a 50:50 basis. The work at Bidar-Gulbarga, Munirabad-Mehabubnagara, Raidurga-Tumkur, Kadur-Chikamagalur-Sakaleshpur is completely off the schedule. We have demanded speeding up of these works in our memorandum, he said.

“Though railway officials had agreed to start work on Shimoga-Harihara, Whitefiled-Kolar, Davangere-Tumkur, Gadaga-Haveri, Talaguppa-Honnavara, Bijapur-Shahabad and Dharwad-Belgaum lines, it has not taken up the work yet,” said Dhananjaykumar.

"The railways has proposed a new route for goods supply between Hyderabad and Mumbai. If the route goes via Bidar, Gulbarga, Bijapur and Bagalkot, it is will be helpful for Karnataka’s coal supply. We have demanded to keep state’s interest in view while planning the route. In the first week of February, the railway department will hold a meeting on state railway projects; that’s when we will press for our demands," he said.

Reacting sharply on political developments in the state, Dhananjaykumar said: “There will be no change in the leadership. Chief minister BS Yeddyurappa will continue for the remaining term. There’ll be no mid-term polls and BJP will complete its five-year term. The opposition is not cooperation on developmental works, despite that, the BJP government is doing a good job as far as development is concerned,” he asserted.
http://www.dnaindia.com/bangalore/re...budget_1500775
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Old January 30th, 2011, 03:50 PM   #806
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The Government urged the Railway Board to sanction seven projects, and they are: Shimoga–Harihar, Whitefield–Kolar, Davangere–Tumkur, Gadag–Haveri, Bijapur–Shahabad (PPP), Dharwad–Belgaum (PPP), and Hassan–Bangalore.
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Shahabad is near to Gulbarga. Are Bijapur–Shahabad and Gulbarga–Bijapur different routes? Do they have different alignments? Someone update.

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Old January 30th, 2011, 04:35 PM   #807
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Shahabad is near to Gulbarga. Are Bijapur–Shahabad and Gulbarga–Bijapur different routes? Do they have different alignments? Someone update.

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Its same,bijapur to gulbarga will pass through shahabad..
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Old January 31st, 2011, 03:24 AM   #808
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Land acquisition delaying track doubling

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Mired in red tape:Authorities lost about a year in commissioning the double line between Mysore and Naganahalli as the Revenue Department failed to disburse compensation due to farmers.

MYSORE: The State Government's concern for the development of railways in the State as evident in its wish list for new projects ahead of the Railway Budget next month, is not matched by its actions as reflected at the ground level in the Mysore and Bangalore divisions.

A case in point is the ongoing Bangalore-Mysore track doubling work which is now likely to be completed by December 2013 as against 2012. The project has been plagued by delays in land acquisition, which is the responsibility of the Revenue Department.

This issue was raised by Minister of State for Railways K.H. Muniyappa, who was in Mysore recently, and he had urged the authorities to expedite the land acquisition process if the project was to adhere to its original deadline of December 2012.

Karnataka is contributing two-thirds of the cost involved in track doubling between Bangalore and Mysore. The doubling work between Bangalore and Ramanagaram was completed a few years ago and is functional and the cost of doubling between Ramanagaram and Mysore is Rs. 482 crore.

But funding is only a part of the issue and the more intricate problem revolves around land acquisition. Here the revenue officials in Mysore and Mandya seem to be indifferent to the progress of the prestigious project, as a result of which the railway authorities fear they will overshoot the 2012 deadline and may complete the works by the end of 2013.

The railways require about 98 acres of land along the track alignment — most of it in Mandya district — and in view of the delay in acquisition, the construction wing of the railways has taken up other civil works including construction of bridges. “It is prudent to take up works on the existing railway land and once the land is acquired and handed over to us, we can complete the pending work instead of waiting for the acquisition and alienation process to be completed,” a railway official said.

Of the 98 acres, about 30 acres have to be acquired near Pandavapura, which is prime agricultural region and hence settling the land acquisition cost to the satisfaction of the farmers will be a major challenge.

The railway authorities lost about an year in commissioning the double line between Mysore and Naganahalli as the Revenue Department failed to disburse the compensation due to them though the railway authorities had deposited the funds in November 2009. As against June 2010, the stretch between Mysore and Naganahalli may be thrown open to the traffic only by March 2011.

A senior railway engineer had complained against the inordinate delay in the land acquisition process and had even sought the appointment of a liaison officer to coordinate with various departments. But the suggestion was turned down.

Other projects requiring action from the State Government include survey between Mysore-Madikere-Mangalore (272 km); survey between Belur and Shringeri (70 km) and land acquisition between Kadur-Sakleshpur. Mr. Muniyappa referred to these projects as well and had urged for expedite land acquisition process and clearance for survey.

But sources said securing environmental clearance for the Mysore-Madikere and Belur-Shringeri may be a tough task as the alignment passes through forests in the Western Ghats.

http://www.hindu.com/2011/01/31/stor...3164360600.htm
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Old January 31st, 2011, 05:01 AM   #809
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Rail projects: State MPs to meet minister

Jan 30: Lok Sabha member GS Basavaraju has decided to take a delegation of Karnataka MPs to the Union Government soon, to pressurise it over implementation of delayed railway projects in the State.

Basavaraj told this correspondent that the delegation would urge Union Minister for Railways, Mamta Banerjee, to complete the pending railway projects, and to allocate the required funds in the coming budget. Basavaraj alleged that the bureaucracy in the railway Department has failed to follow up on the projects, despite the state government's allocation of its share of 50 per cent. Out of 500 crores allocated by the state government, the Railways utilised only Rs 240 crores, which resulted in a delay of the projects.

“In the last budget, Rs. 15 crores was reserved for the Tumkur-Madhugiri-Rayadurga railway project, but no funds were released to acquire the land in Tumkur,” he said. He alleged that the concerned railway officers neglected to follow up, and failed to get the amount released for land acquisition. He said that the minister would be asked to release RS 2 crores in this budget. He stated that in Tumkur, construction of the railway over bridge has stopped midway, as release of funds from the Railways is pending, though the state government has fulfilled its promise by releasing its share.

The delegation of MPs will demand the commissioning of several other projects including a railway service for commuters by introducing Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) from Bangalore connecting Chikkaballapur, Doddaballapura, Yelahanka, Baniganahalli, Bangarpet, Hosur, Ramanagara, Nelamangala, and Tumkur.

The State Government had sent a proposal for the Tumkur -Bangalore -Ramanagara double track, which will be implemented as a pilot project. This will help the working class, especially the employees of the garment industries. Other demands will include a survey for Tumkur-Kunigal-Kollegal-Chamarajnagar new route, electrification of Tumkur-Chikkaballapur route, track doubling of Tumkur-Tiptur-Arisikere, establishing new railway station at D. Rampura, (between Nittur station in Gubbi taluk and Ammasandra station of Turuvekere taluk), and up-gradation of Kyathasandra and Heggere stations.

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/benga...t-minister-987

Other MPs from Karnataka from all party should unit and get sufficient funds and sanction for the Karnataka Railway projects
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The delegation of MPs will demand the commissioning of several other projects including a railway service for commuters by introducing Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) from Bangalore connecting Chikkaballapur, Doddaballapura, Yelahanka, Baniganahalli, Bangarpet, Hosur, Ramanagara, Nelamangala, and Tumkur.

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/benga...t-minister-987

Other MPs from Karnataka from all party should unit and get sufficient funds and sanction for the Karnataka Railway projects
That's what the folks at PRAJA have also been working on for long (http://praja.in/en/nammarailu). It would be great if it fructifies. Good job PRAJA guys !!!
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Old January 31st, 2011, 08:55 PM   #811
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CM's plea for train service between Bidar and Secunderabad

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Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today requested Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee Banerjee to consider introduction of a train service betwen Bidar and Secundarabad.

There has been a long pending demand for this train, he said in a letter to the Railways Minister and appealed to her to include it in the coming Railway budget.
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South Western Railway fighting to get back land near Yeshwanthpur station allegedly sold by government official to private companies

Encroachment of government land is not a rare phenomenon in Bangalore and the Karnataka Public Land Corporation and a few other state agencies have had to make a lot of efforts to free public land from the clutches of encroachers.

Latest in the league is the South Western Railway (SWR), a central government agency, to engage in a legal battle to get back its 3379.85 square metres of land near Yeshwanthpur, which has been encroached by two private companies. While RNS Motors has allegedly encroached 1,900.85 sq mts of the SWR’s land, Sangam Service has encroached 1,413 sq mts of land.

Divisional railway manager (DRM) Sudhanshu Mani said, “A part of SWR’s land has been encroached by two companies. They are running their business there for the past few years. When it came to our notice, we served eviction notices on both the companies. Now they have approached court. Minister of state for railways K H Muniyappa has assured all efforts would be made to get the land back.”

However, a sources in the Railway Board, New Delhi, said the land was the property of Indian Railways, but a senior official of Karnataka government, who retired as chief secretary, had illegally sold the land to these two private parties.

“Our officers in SWR were unaware of this development. Only a year ago, we learnt our land has been encroached. We have directed the SWR officials to get the land back. It will be used to provide parking facilities to passengers,” said the source.

“Sangam Service and RNS Motors have taken possession of the land illegally. Documents with Bangalore Urban Deputy Commissioner’s office show that the property belongs to the Railways. No civic authority can sell public land to private agencies,” said an SWR officer.

Bangalore Mirror tried to contact Sangam Service but it had closed its business. While RNS Motors’ HR head Amit Shetty refused to comment, its manager Gururaj confirmed they had received an eviction notice from the Railways. “But we have approached the court with all relevant documents,” he said.

The land belongs to the Railways. No civic authority can sell public land to private agencies Official, South Western Railway

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Bangalore City – Hindupur – Bangalore City Express train cancelled

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The Train No 06505 / 06506 Bangalore City – Hindupur – Bangalore City Express Special has been cancelled from February 1 due to poor patronage.
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South Western Railway fighting to get back land near Yeshwanthpur station allegedly sold by government official to private companies


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good that they sold land otherwise some slum would have come up there
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Indigenisation of many products at Rail Wheel Factory

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* RDSO certification will mean India is self-sufficient in rail wheel production
* Micro alloy loco wheels are said to be long-lasting compared to imported loco wheels

BANGALORE: The Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka, here has succeeded in designing, developing and manufacturing of various rail wheels that hitherto were being imported.

The factory has designed, developed, manufactured and tested electrical multiple unit wheels, loco wheels by micro alloy, vanadium micro alloy coaching wheels for Integrated Coach Factory (ICF) coaches and cast Linke Holfmann Bush (LHB) wheels.

According to factory's general manager R.K. Upadhyay, improvisation and indigenisation have become the key words so as to reduce the country's import burden in rail wheels.

Sources told The Hindu that the micro alloy loco wheels were said to be long-lasting compared to imported loco wheels. “This technology has been developed by Rail Wheel Factory in-house and will go a long way in improving the quality of locos,” they said. Similar to this will be the quality of micro alloy wheels meant for ICF coaches, which are used as passenger coaches.

Indian Railways has been using the LHB wheels on its coaches for Shatabdi, Rajdhani, mail and express trains for enhanced ride quality and safety. The German technology-based LHB coaches, which were initially imported, are being manufactured under transfer of technology licence at the Kapurtala Rail Coach Factory. Rail Wheel Factory has conducted trials on these LHB wheels too. Mr. Upadhyay said all these products had been sent to the Research, Design and Standards Organisation (RDSO) of the Indian Railways for certification. Once these products were certified, the factory would start manufacturing these wheels while the country would become self-sufficient in rail wheel production, he said.

The factory has also taken up two designs of wheels for ABB and Electro Motive Division of General Motors, U.S..

Surplus

Meanwhile, Indian Railways is expected to add capacity in manufacture of rail wheels once Rail Wheel Factory at Chapra in Bihar becomes functional by next year.

“Chapra will have an annual installed capacity to manufacture one lakh wheels. This is in addition to Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka, which now manufactures about 1.3 lakh wheels, 50,000 wheel sets and over 53,000 axles, annually,” the sources said.

Since the Chapra unit could reduce the burden of wheel manufacturing, Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka, could concentrate on production on wheels developed using new technologies, the sources added.
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This is the current state of existing railway lines in Karnataka.

What are the New Lines that can be created ?

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What are the New Lines that can be created ?

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we should think what new lines should NOT be created.. when did hubli-ankola line construction start?? we want more trains, not new lines.

http://www.swr.indianrailways.gov.in/swr/index.jsp

swr website says:
new trains:
harihar-hospet,
yeshwantpur-delhi rohilla duronto weekly,
extentions:
kochuveli-yeshwantpur to hubli,
solapur-bagalkot to gadag,
gadag-dharwad to kolhapur

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Grapevine is that due to good patronage Yeshwantpur-Sainagar Shirdi Garib Rath(06539-06540) would be regularised & the frequency would be increased to thrice a week in the upcoming railway budget...
Also, is the case for Yeshwantpur-Solapur(06551-06552) Weekly express to biweekly/tri weekly
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Old February 4th, 2011, 02:47 PM   #819
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Commuters present demands

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DAVANAGERE: South west railway zonal commuters welfare association urged the Union railway minister for state K H Muniyappa to grant a divisional railway manager's office in Davanagere, covering Chitradurga, Haveri, Koppala, Shimoga, Mangalore and Davangere districts.

In a memorandum, association chief M S K Shastry appealed to the union railway ministry to provide new railway lines to Karnataka by demarcating special grants in the coming railway budget, as detailed below:
1. New Intercity rail from Harihar (departure 5.30 am) to Bangalore (arrival 10.0 am);
2. Express rail from Harihar to Kashi via Shabarimalai.
3. Express rail from Mangalore-Arasikere-Chikjajur via Guntakal to Hyderabad.
4. To run Karnataka express train on a daily basis from Bangalore-Arasikere-Chikjajur-Guntakal and upto New Delhi.
5. Additional intercity train from Mysore to Bangalore on a daily basis;
6. New train between Kottur and Harihar.
7. Fresh survey work to be taken up on new railway line from Chikjajur via Santhebennur-Devarahalli-Channagiri and Honalli.
8. An additional six coaches to be attached to Janashatabdi express between Hubli and Bangalore, as there are more commuters who travel in this train, Shastry defended.

DAVANAGERE: Eastern range IGP H.N.Satyanarayana Rao directed the concerned authorities to hold parades for the police personnels at all the police stations on every Monday and Friday. He was addressing the gathering after inaugurating district police annual sports meet here on Thursday and said that it is mandatory and every station in charge will be held responsible for this, the IGP added. Although, this system of holding parades twice in a week at every station limit, it was some how discontinued, the IGP said. But, now on wards, once again there is a need to hold parades on every Monday and Friday what ever the strength of the police staff in that station as this would maintain the physique and health of the police, the IGP contented. Further, he has called on the police personnels to practice sports regularly not only to take part in the competitions but also to keep up their health both mental and physical in good condition, the IGP asserted. SP H.S.Venkatesh, welcome the gathering. Dy SP S.S.Naik along with inspector G.A.Jagadish and other district police officers took part in the event.
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Express rail from Harihar to Kashi via Shabarimalai.
how is this route possible ? guess problem with reporter/typo?
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