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Yesterday (22:50) India-Pakistan tension may escalate, full-scale war possible, warns US intel report (zeenews.india.com)
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India and Pakistan are without high commissioners in each other's capital since the relations between the two countries nosedived after India withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated the state into two union territories in August 2019.

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India and Pakistan may get engaged into a large-scale war that neither side wants, a US intelligence report has warned while exploring the possibilities of miscalculations leading to a war in South Asia.

The assessment is part of the Global Trends report produced every four years by the US government's National Intelligence Council. The report was released in Washington recently.



The report focuses on both immediate and distant futures and is designed to help policymakers anticipate the forces likely to shape the world in the next five to 20 years.

The US intelligence report told Congress that India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is more likely than in the past to respond with military force to perceived or real Pakistani provocations,



The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in its Annual Threat Assessment report to the US Congress, said although a general war between India and Pakistan is unlikely, crises between the two are likely to become more intense, risking an escalatory cycle.

"Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is more likely than in the past to respond with military force to perceived or real Pakistani provocations, and heightened tensions raise the risk of conflict between the two nuclear-armed neighbours, with violent unrest in Kashmir or a militant attack in India being potential flashpoints," it said.



India and Pakistan are without high commissioners in each other's capital since the relations between the two countries nosedived after India withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated the state into two union territories in August 2019.

India has said it desires normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan in an environment free of terror, hostility and violence and that the onus is on Islamabad to create an environment free of terror and hostility.

According to the ODNI report, the fighting in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria has a direct bearing on US forces, while tensions between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan remain a concern for the world.

The iterative violence between Israel and Iran, the activity of foreign powers in Libya, and conflicts in other areas, including Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, have the potential to escalate or spread, it said.

On Afghanistan, the ODNI report assessed that prospects for a peace deal will remain low during the next year.

"The Taliban is likely to make gains on the battlefield, and the Afghan Government will struggle to hold the Taliban at bay if the coalition withdraws support. Kabul continues to face setbacks on the battlefield, and the Taliban is confident it can achieve military victory,'' it said.

"Afghan forces continue to secure major cities and other government strongholds, but they remain tied down in defensive missions and have struggled to hold recaptured territory or reestablish a presence in areas abandoned in 2020,'' the report said.
Yesterday (22:26) Special Train between Bhusaval and Pune-Bookings open (cr.indianrailways.gov.in)
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01135special willleave Bhusaval o­n 15.4.2021 and 29.4.2021 at 06.15 hrs and arrive Pune at 16.45 hrs same day.
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01136special willleave Pune o­n 16.4.2021 and 30.4.2021 at 11.30 hrs and arrive Bhusaval at 20.45 hrs same day.



Halts: Jalgaon, Chalisgaon, Manmad, Kopargaon, Belapur, Ahmednagar, Daund Chord line and Uruli

 

Composition: 8 MEMU coaches



Reservation: Bookings for fully reserved special train no. 01135/01136 o­n special charges is alreadyopen at all computerised reservation centres and o­n website www.irctc.co.in.



For detailed timings at halts of this special train please visit www.enquiry.indianrail.gov.in or download NTES App



Only passengers having confirmed tickets will be permitted to board these special trains.

Passengers are advised to adhere all norms, SOPs related to COVID19 during the boarding, travel and at destination.
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01091Chhatrapati
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Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – Danapur special (Mon,Thu) extended from 22.4.2021 to 29.4.2021

01092Danapur - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus special (Tue, Fri) extended from 23.4.2021 to 30.4.2021

 

01093Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – Gorakhpur special (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun) extended from 21.4.2021 to 30.4.2021

01094Gorakhpur - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus special (Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun) extended from 23.4.2021 to 02.5.2021

 

01129Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – Gorakhpur special (Tue) extended upto 27.4.2021

01130Gorakhpur - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus special (Thu) extended upto 29.4.2021

 

01053Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Gorakhpur special (Tue) extended upto 27.4.2021

01054Gorakhpur - Lokmanya Tilak Terminus special (Thu) extended upto 29.4.2021

 

01097Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Darbhanga special (Mon) extended upto26.4.2021

01098Darbhanga - Lokmanya Tilak Terminus special (Tue) extended upto 27.4.2021

 

01401Pune – Danapur special (Fri, Sun) extended from 23.4.2021 to 30.4.2021

01402Danapur - Pune special (Sun,Tue) extended from 25.4.2021 to 02.5.2021

 

Composition, Timings & Halts of the above trains will remain the same.



Reservation: Bookings for extended trips of fully reserved special trains 01091, 01093, 01129, 01053, 01097 and 01401 o­n special charges will commence at all computerised reservation centres o­n 13.04.2021 and o­n website www.irctc.co.in..

 

For detailed timings at the halts of these special trains please visit www.enquiry.indianrail.gov.in or download the NTES App.

 

Only passengers having confirmed tickets will be permitted to board these special trains.

Passengers are advised to adhere all norms, SOPs related to COVID19 during the boarding, travel and at destination.
Yesterday (22:15) Indian Railways News: तो गोरखपुर के सर से छिन जाएगा यह ताज! (navbharattimes.indiatimes.com)
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इस समय देश में ही नहीं, दुनिया भर में उत्तर प्रदेश के गोरखपुर रेलवे स्टेशन (Gorakhpur Railway Station) का डंका बज रहा है। वजह है, इसका प्लेटफार्म (Railway Platform)। जी हां, गोरखपुर रेलवे स्टेशन का प्लेटफार्म (Gorakhpur Platform) इस समय दुनिया में सबसे लंबा प्लेटफार्म (World's Largest Platform) है। इसकी कुल लंबाई 1366.33 मीटर है।

हुबली में होगा दुनिया का सबसे लंबा रेलवे प्लेटफार्म
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पिछले साल केंद्रीय रेल मंत्री पीयूष गोयल (Piyush Goyal) ने ट्विटर पर कर्नाटक के हुबली जंक्शन (Hubli junction) रेलवे स्टेशन की मेकओवर (Makeover) के बाद का फोटो शेयर किया था। उसके बाद यह स्टेशन उत्तर भारतीय लोगों की नजर में आया। वैसे हुबली रेलवे जंक्शन बेंगलुरु रेलवे स्टेशन के बाद कर्नाटक का सबसे व्यस्त रेलवे स्टेशन है। ऐसा इसलिए, क्योंकि हुबली जंक्शन मुंबई, बेंगलुरु और हैदराबाद जैसे प्रमुख शहरों की रेलवे लाइंस को आपस में जोड़ता है। यह शहर रेलवे के दक्षिण पश्चिम जोन (South Western Railway) का मुख्यलाय भी है।

550 मीटर से सीधे 1550 मीटर

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे (SWR) के एक वरिष्ठ अधिकारी का कहना है कि दो साल पहले इस तरह का आइडिया आया कि हुबली रेलवे स्टेशन (Hubali Railway Station) में कुछ ऐसा किया जाए ताकि इसका नाम भी विश्व रिकार्ड में आ जाए। उसके बाद इसके 550 मीटर लंबे प्लेटफार्म की लंबाई को बढ़ाने का काम शुरू किया गया। इसके लिए बकायदा रेलवे बोर्ड से परमिशन लिया गया और अब प्लेटफार्म बनाने का काम लगभग पूरा हो गया है। इसका उद्घाटन प्रधानामंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी से करवाने का मन बनाया गया है। अब इंतजार है प्रधानमंत्री का कि वह समय दें और यह प्लेटफार्म राष्ट्र को समर्पित हो।

इस समय रेकार्ड गोरखपुर के नाम

इस समय देश और दुनिया के सबसे लंबे प्लेटफार्म के रूप में पूर्वोत्तर रेलवे (NE Railway) के मुख्यालय गोरखपुर (Gorakhpur) का नाम आता है। गोरखपुर रेलवे स्टेशन का प्लेटफार्म अभी दुनिया का सबसे लंबा रेलवे प्लेटफॉर्म है। इस प्लेटफॉर्म की लंबाई 1,366.33 मीटर है। इसका उद्घाटन वर्ष 2013 में किया गया था। उस समय सोचा गया था कि देश के किसी भी स्टेशन में शायद ही इतनी जगह हो जो कि इसका रेकार्ड तोड़े। लेकिन यह रेकार्ड तोड़ने वाला स्टेशन सामने आ ही गया।

कभी खड़गपुर के नाम हुआ करता था रेकार्ड

पश्चिम बंगाल के खड़गपुर रेलवे स्टेशन (Kharagpur Railway Station) के नाम भी कभी देश के सबसे लंबे प्लेटफार्म वाले रेलवे स्टेशन के रूप में हुआ करता था। दक्षिण पूर्व रेलवे के तहत आने वाला खड़गपुर रेलवे स्टेशन एसई रेलवे (South Eastern railway) का एक डिवीजनल हेडक्वार्टर है। वैसे तो अंग्रेजों ने ही खड़गपुर को एक बड़े रेलवे स्टेशन के रूप में विकसित किया था। पर इसकी ख्याति इंडियन इंस्टीच्यूट ऑफ टेक्नोलोजी या आईआईटी (IIT) की स्थापना के बाद ज्यादा बढ़ी। खड़गपुर रेलवे स्टेशन का प्लेटफार्म 1072.5 मीटर लंबा है।
Yesterday (22:10) Railways' Appeal As Thousands Reach Station To Leave Mumbai Amid COVID-19 Surge (www.ndtv.com)
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COVID-19 Mumbai: Reeling under an unprecedented COVID-19 wave, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday announced severe restrictions on public movement over the next 15 days across the state.

Mumbai: Thousands gathered outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Mumbai today to board long-distance trains, a day after the Maharashtra government announced severe restrictions on public movement to check the spread of COVID-19.
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(CR) appealed to people not to panic and avoid crowding the stations.

The Railway Protection Force and the Government Railway Police have deployed additional force outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) to control the crowd.

Reeling under an unprecedented COVID-19 wave, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday announced severe restrictions on public movement over the next 15 days across the state.

The restrictions, which exclude essential services, will come into effect from 8 pm on Wednesday and remain in force till 7 am on May 1.

"Section 144 of the CrPC, prohibiting assembly of five or more people at one spot, will be in force during the period," Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said.


On Wednesday, thousands of people gathered outside Mumbai's Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to board long-distance trains..

On Tuesday also, before the state government's announcement of fresh curbs on Tuesday, a large number of people, especially labourers, had gathered outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus.

Talking to news agency Press Trust of India, the Central Railway's chief public relations officer Shivaji Sutar said "People should not panic and avoid crowding the stations."

"Only passengers having confirmed tickets are permitted to board the special trains and they should reach the stations one-and-a-half hours before the train's departure time," he said.

The Central Railway is constantly monitoring the waiting lists of trains and checking if there a demand for tickets to any particular destination, he added.
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