Friday, September 16, 2016

APSRTC Bus Information, Bus Timings, Routes, Enquiry APSRTConline Bus Tickets Booking

APSRTC Bus Information, Bus Timings, Routes, Enquiry APSRTC Online Bus Tickets Booking


Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation
APSRTC was first eastablished in June 1932 as NSR-RTS(Nizam State Rail and Road Transport Depatrment).APSRTC was developed as a wing of Nizam State railway in the erstwhile Hyderabad state.It was later converted to APSRTC on 11th January 1958 under Road Transport Corporations Act 1950.

APSRTC - Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation

The Headquarters of APSRTC is located at RTC house in Pandit Nehru Bus Station of Vijaywada.
It started its working with 27 buses and 166 employees.
After the development in past 77 years,today it has in total 19,972 buses with 426 bus stations.It has total 127 depots and 790 bus shelters.

The buses of APSRTC covers the area of 47.37lakh kms and transport 65.71 lakh people at their destinations every day.
Bus Services of APSRTC :
  • Vennela
  • Garuda Plus
  • Garuda
  • Indra
  • Super Luxury
  • Deluxe
  • Express
  • Amaravathi
  • Desire
  • Metro Luxury AC
  • Ultra Deluxe

Areas Covered By APSRTC :

Andhra Pradesh :

Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Kakinada, Rajahmundry, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam, Guntur, Eluru, Ongole, Nellore, Chittoor, Tirupathi (Tirupati), Anantapur, Kadapa, Kurnool etc.

Telangana :

Hyderabad, Sangareddy, Mahabubnagar, Nalgonda, Miryalaguda, Warangal, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Bodhan, Adilabad, Nirmal, Khammam, Bhadrachalam etc. and

Surrounding States :

Mumbai, Pune, Shirdi, Nagpur, Bengaluru, Chennai, Vellore etc.

For, APSRTC online reservation and information regarding  visit the official website here to check and book APSRTC bus online instantly with live status.

APSRTC also have introduced a new application to access their features like booking, enquiry etc.
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Monday, September 12, 2016

North Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Allahabad |

North Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Allahabad |

HISTORY of North Central Railway

On 1st April 2003,The North Central Railway Zone came into existence. The North Central Railway Zone spread over a wide area over North Central India.It covers the areas of Uttar Pradesh,Madhya Pradesh,Rajasthan and Haryana.It covers about 3062kms of rail route in there. The North Central Railway IS also know as the "Workhouse of Indian Railways".North Central Railway is the heart of the Indian Railways. The headquarters of North central Railway Zone is located in Allahabad.

North Central Railway Divisions :

The North Central Railway Zone is DIvided into three zones 1. Allahabad Division 2. Jhansi Division 3. Agra Division Initially Allahabad was a part oF The Central railway ZOne and Jhansi was the part of the Central Railway Zone.LAter on by the formation of NCR these divisions were included in it. It starts from Ghaziabad in the North till Mughalsarai in the East on new Delhi Howrah trunk Route and From Palwal to Bina on New Delhi Mumbai/Chennai Corridor. North Central Railway has in total 423 stations out of which 202 are main line stations and 221 are branch line stations.

Major Railway Stations of North Central Railway:

  • Jhansi Junction 
  • Kanpur Central
  • Allahabad Junction
  • Agra Cantt
  • Aligarh Junction
  • Ghaziabad
  • Gwalior Junction
  • Mathura Junction
  • Raja ki Mandi
  • Mirzapur
  • Achhnera Junction
  • Dhaulpur
  • Morena
  • Dabra
  • Datia
  • Mauranipur
  • Firozabad
  • Shikohabad
  • Jaswantnagar
  • Etawah
  • Bharthana
  • Achalda
  • Phaphund (Dibiyapur)
  • Jhinjhak
  • Panki
  • Fatehpur

Workshops and Manpower :

North Central Railway have two workshops 1. Wagon Repair Workshop It is located in Jhansi. Here the repairing of the wagon of the Indian Railways are done. 2. Rail Spring Karkhana It is located in Sithouli(Gwalior).It deals with the manufacturing of Coaching Stock springs as well as Locomotive springs. National Central Railway also consists of the electric loco shed. The staff strength of the North Central Railway Zone is of 69,644 employees in all categories. Allahabad is also known as Prayag and IIhabad.Allahabad resides in the Uttar Pradesh state of India.It is the most populated city in the state.It ranks seventh in the most populated cities of Uttar Pradesh and fifteenth in the Northern India and in India it stands at thirty six.It is the 130th fastest growing city in the world.Allahabad was ranked third in most liveable city in the state and in India it stands at a position of twenty ninth.Allahabad is located in the southern Uttar Pradesh.The metropolitan area of state covers 70.5km sq.This city is full of colleges,researcg institutes and central and state government offices.
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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

East Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Hajipur |

East Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Hajipur |

HISTORY of East Central Railway

East Central Railway was first set up on september 8,1996.It became operational from 1st october 2002 by splitting out from Eastern Railways zones and Northern Railway Zones.  East Central railway covers a wide track of 5403.693 kilometers. Among these 1572.20 kilometers have been electrified. It has played a vital role in the development of area as it have been lifeline for the people in its expanse.

East central railway has always been different and unique in the Loading Goods and Passenger Traffic. East Central Railway holds great importance in view of the huge coal loading in Jharkhand in Dhanbad division and in highly populated area of Bihar. East Central Railway works as a gateway to Nepal with International Traffic catering to the movement of export traffic and passengers to Nepal and vice versa. General Manager is considered as the administrative head of the Ea st Central Railway. The current Head of this zone is Mr. Rajiv Mishra.

East Central Railway DIVISIONS

The East Central Railway covers Bihar,Jharkhand,Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The headquarter of East Central Railway is located in Hajipur of Vaishali district.The east central railway is divided into 5 divisions.

  1. Sonpur
  2. Samastipur
  3. Danapur
  4. Mughalsarai
  5. Dhanbad

Important Trains

  • Patna Rajdhani Express
  • Vaishali Express
  • Sapt Kranti Express
  • Sampoorna Kranti Express
  • Bihar Sampark Kranti Superfast Express
  • Lichchavi Express
  • Sadbhavna Express
  • Mithilanchal Express
  • Sadbhavna Express

Important Stations

  • Patna
  • Muzaffarpur
  • Dhanbad
  • Mughalsarai
  • Darbhanga
  • Samastipur
  • Purnia
  • Saharsa
  • Sitamarhi
  • Barauni
  • Gaya
  • Gomoh
  • Motihari
  • Daltonganj
  • kodarma
  • Areraj
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Saturday, August 20, 2016

East Coast Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Bhubaneswar |

East Coast Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Bhubaneswar |

Out of the five new zones inaugurated by the Prime Minister Shri H.D.Deve Gowda on 8th august 1996,East coast railway was one of them.On 16th September the charge over the zone was taken over by the Officer-on-Special Duty.Firstly the East Coastal Railway Zone had only one division namely Khudra Road.Later on,On 1st April 2003 when the East Coastal Zone became fully operational,it carved three divisions from the South Eastern Railway.

History of East Coast Railway

A brief history of East Coast Railway is appended chronologically hereunder :

Year & Events

  • 1889

Survey of Rail line on the East Coast from Vijaywada junction point of Southern Maratha  Railway and Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railway to Cuttack was ordered by the                                   Government of Madras.

  • 1890

The construction of this line in the title of East Coast Railway was sanctioned.

  • 1899

BNR line to Cuttack from Kharagpur was opened on the New Year’s day.

  • 1902

319.51 miles of broad gauge line, then known as Northern Section of East Coast Railway were merged into the Bengal Nagpur Railway System.

  • 1955                  

Formation of the South Eastern Railway.

  • 1996                  

Inauguration of the East Coast Railway by Hon’ble Prime Minister.

  • 2003                  

East Coast Railway was made operational on 01.04.2003.

East Coast Railway Divisions

The three divisions of the East Coastal Railway zone are:-

  • 1. Khurda Road Division.
  • 2. Waltair Division.
  • 3. Sambalpur Division.

The headquarters of East Coastal Railway Zone is located at Bhubaneswar.

The East Coastal Railway Zone is widely spread over almost each and every part of Odhisa along with the areas of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam districts of Northeastern Andhra Pradesh and Bastar and Dantewada districts of Chhattisgarh state.These areas have a coastal line so the are rich in nutrients and other natural resources.East COastal Railway Zone plays a vital role in the transportaion of these goods.In order to achieve anticipated growth,development of rail infrastucture of this zone is progressing very fast.

Major Railway Stations of East Coast Railway

Some of the major railway junctions are:-
  • Bhubaneswar
  • Cuttack
  • Puri
  • Khurda Road
  • Bhadrak
  • Jajpur Keonjhar Road
  • Brahmapur
  • Angul
  • Sambalpur
  • Balangir
  • Titlagarh
  • Kantabanji
  • Rayagada
  • Palasa
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Vizianagaram.

Odisha and Mahasamund Bagbahra Arranged in Chhattisgarh consists of most of the major stations of East Coastal Railway Zone.

Major Trains

From Bhubaneswar

  • Bhubaneswar - Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Konark Express
  • Bhubaneswar - Visakhapatnam Intercity Express
  • Bhubaneswar - Secunderabad Visakha Express
  • Bhubaneswar - New Delhi Duronto Express
  • Bhubaneswar - New Delhi Rajdhani Express
  • Bhubaneswar - Chennai Central Superfast Express

From Puri

  • Puri - New delhi Purushottam Superfast Express
  • Puri - Digha Samudra Kanya Superfast Express
  • Puri - Ahmedabad Superfast Express
  • Puri - Howrah Sri Jagannath Express
  • Puri - Surat Superfast Express

From Visakhapatnam

  • Visakhapatnam - Amritsar Hirakud Express
  • Visakhapatnam - Amritsar Hirakud Express
  • Visakhapatnam - New Delhi AP AC Superfast Express

From Sambalpur

  • Sambalpur - Howrah Superfast Express
  • Sambalpur - Puri Intercity Express
  • Sambalpur - Varanasi Express
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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Northeast Frontier Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Maligaon |

Northeast Frontier Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Maligaon |

On 14 april 1952, The North Eastern Railway came into existence by the amalgamation of Assam Railways and Oudh and Tirhut Railway. After a span of 6 years on 15 January 1958,the North Eastern Railways was divided into two parts.

  • 1. North Eastern Railway
  • 2. Northeast Frontier Railway.

It was bifurcated to serve the needs of the northeastern states. The Northeastern Frontier Railway have secured its place in the 17 railway zones of India. The headquarters of Northeastern Frontier Railway are located in Maligaon Guwahati in the state of Assam.

It is responsible for all the rail operations undergoing in the areas is entire Northeast and parts of West Bengal and Bihar.

The areas covered under Northeastern Frontier Railway are Assam,Nagaland, West Bengal, Tripura, Sikkim, Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Bihar.

Northeast Frontier Railway Divisions

North east frontier railways is divided into 5 divisions :

  • 1. Katihar
  • 2. Alipurduar
  • 3. Lumding
  • 4. Tinsukia
  • 5. Rangiya
A Senior Administrative grade officer known as Divisional Railway Manager is appointed for each of these divisions and runs it.

There are 7 Major sections in Northeast Frontier Railways .

Major Sections of Northeast Frontier Railway:

  • New Bongaigaon–Guwahati section
  • New Jalpaiguri–New Bongaigaon section
  • Rangia-Murkongselek section
  • Guwahati–Lumding section
  • Lumding–Dibrugarh section
  • Lumding-Badarpur section
  • Silchar–Sabroom section

Notable Trains :

  • Poorvottar Sampark Kranti Express
  • Dibrugarh Town–New Delhi Rajdhani Express-Daily
  • Howrah–New Jalpaiguri Shatabdi Express
  • Kamakhya - Mumbai LTT AC Express
  • Kamakhya Yesvantpur AC Express
  • North East Express
  • Kaziranga Express
  • Kamrup Express
  • Guwahati Jorhat Town Jan Shatabdi Express
  • Kolkata - Guwahati Garib Rath Express
  • Guwahati - Secunderabad Express
  • Guwahati Thiruvananthapuram Express
  • Avadh Assam Express.

Major Stations of Northeast Frontier Railway


  • Katihar Junction
  • Purnia Junction
  • Kishanganj
  • Jogbani
  • Manihari

West Bengal

  • New Jalpaiguri
  • Siliguri Junction
  • Alipurduar Junction
  • New Alipurduar
  • New Coochbehar
  • New Mal
  • Haldibari
  • Jalpaiguri
  • Darjeeling
  • Kurseong
  • Aluabari Road
  • Raiganj
  • Balurghat


  • Guwahati
  • Kamakhya
  • New Bongaigaon
  • Rangiya
  • Dekargaon
  • Lumding
  • Silchar
  • New Haflong
  • Mariani Junction
  • Dibrugarh
  • New Tinsukia
  • Ledo
  • Badarpur Junction
  • Dhubri
  • Goalpara Town


  • Dimapur


  • Agartala
  • Dharmanagar
  • Ambassa
  • Manu
  • Kumar Ghat
  • Udaipur


  • Mendipathar

"New Jalpaiguri" is the most busiest station of the whole Northeast Frontier Railway Zone and "New Cooch Behar" is the largest station consisting of 6 lines towards New Changrabandha, New Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar Jn, New Bongaigaon, Dhubri and Bamanhat. 

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Eastern Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Kolkata |

Eastern Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Kolkata |

Eastern Railway Also known as ER was Established on April 14th 1952 by Merging of the East Indian cities consisting of Sealdah, Howrah, Asansol and Danapur. 

The Eastern Railway (ER) is The largest and  the most Technically established  Zone in Indian Railways.
Headquarters of  Eastern Railways is at Fairlie Place, Kolkata . 

Eastern Railways divisions:

  • Howrah
  • Malda 
  • Sealdah
  • Asansol.

The History Of Eastern Railway:

East Indian Railway (ER) Earlier known as The East Indian Railway Company Was established in 1845 and It started the railway service in Eastern India and Northern India . The East Indian Railway Company was established in London by British Govt.
The Oldest train of Indian Railway is Kalka Mail Which is operated by Eastern Railway the age of the train is 150 years.

There are Three Full Time Major workshops in Eastern Railway 
  • Jamalpur 
  • Liluah,
  • Kanchrapara.  
For the wagon repair system  there is The Jamalpur Workshop it also keep eye on (POH) of diesel locomotive Engines, Manufacturing of cranes and tower-wagons, The workshop of Liluah is for POH of coaching & freight vehicles and the workshop of Kanchrapara is for POH of electric locomotives, EMU Locals and coaches.

Main routes Main Lines

  • Howrah Delhi Main Line
  • Grand Loop
  • Sahibganj Loop
The Main Railway Station Of Eastern railway is
  • Howrah Jn
  • Sealdah Jn
  • Sahibganj
  • Jamalpur
  • Asansol
  • Malda town
  • Patna 
  • Gaya etc

Kolkata City have 4 major intercity Junctions that conducts Railway in all the directions There are 4 junctions named 
  • Howrah Jn
  • Sealdah Jn
  • Kolkata Jn
  • Shalimar Station
Howrah Jn is the oldest and most biggest junction of Eastern Railway(ER).
It has 23 Platforms. Millions of passengers travel to their work or destinations through east.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

South Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Secunderabad |

South Central Railway PNR Status - Online Reservation, Enquiry Tatkal | Secunderabad |

On 2nd October 1966,the 9th zone of Indian Railways was created named SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE.The formation of South Central Railways took place by the merger of the Vijayawada and Hubli divisions of the Southern Railways with the Secunderabad and Solapur division of Central Railway.Later on in 1977,on October 2nd The Guntakal division was added to the South Central Railways and the Solapur division was moved back to the Central Railway.On 17th of February 1978, Secunderabad Division was split into two division viz. Secunderabad and Hyderabad.

Further on 1st April 2003,two new divisions Guntur and Nanded were included duly transferring Huly division to the Southern Western Railway. 
The South Central Railways covers a vast geographical area of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra and some part of Karnataka,Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh too. A track of 5954 kilometers is covered under the SC Railway zone.
Mr. P.K.Srivastava is the current general manager of the South Central Railway.
The South Central Railway Zone has the highest revenue earning zone after the Norther Railway Zone. The revenue of the South Central Railway Zone is about 110 billion.

Divisions in South Central Railway:

The South Central Railway is divided into 6 divisions :-

1.Secunderabad :

This division covers the parts of Andhra Pradesh,Maharastra and Karnataka.It consists of 1311.06 kilometers route of tracks.The head quarters of SC Zone are located in Secunderabad.

2.Hyderabad :
Parts of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra are covered under this division forming a route of 567.6 kilometers .It runs 221 trains per day on an average.

3.Guntakal :

This division has the highest amount of rail route in South Central Railway Zone of 1307.07 kilometers.

4.Vijayawada :
The Vijayawada division is headquartered in Vijayawada that has the privilege of being the largest junction of the Indian Railways.

5.Guntur :

The Gantus division was formed by the division of Secunderabad,Vijaywada and Guntakal divisions,It consists of 618.48 kilometers rail routes having 54 stations.

6.Nanded :

In 1985 Nanded division was formed covering parts of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

Major stations Of South Central Railway.

-Guntakal Junction -Guntur Junction -Hyderabad Deccan -Kacheguda -Kazipet -Hazur Sahib Nanded -Eluru -Rajahmundry -Secunderabad Junction -Vijayawada Junction -Tirupati


Workshops :


Diesel Loco Sheds :

Guntakal, Gooty, Vijayawada, Kazipet, Moula-Ali

Electric Loco Sheds :

Lallaguda, Kazipet, Vijayawada, Guntakal [ Under Construction ]

Training Institutes :
Secunderabad, Kazipet, Vijayawada, Guntakal, Gooty, Washim, etc.

Hospitals :


Health Units :

Secunderabad Division, Vijayawada Division, Hyderabad Division , Guntakal Division , Guntur Division , Nanded Division

Schools/ Colleges :

schools, Junior Colleges, Degree College


After the development of the SC zone the no of trains are increasing.Some of these trains are:-

-Akola - Hyderabad Kacheguda Intercity Express
-Vijayawada - Vasco Amaravathi Express
-Amravati - Tirupati Biweekly Express
-Telangana Express
-Sirpur Kaghaznagar Express
-Andhra Pradesh Sampark Kranti Express
-Bhagyanagar Express
-Charminar Express
-Devagiri Express
-East Coast Express (India)
-Falaknuma Express
-Circar Express
-Narayanadri Express
-Tirumala Express
-Simhadri Express
-Venkatadri Express
-Rayalaseema Express
-Seshadri Express
-Shatabdi Express
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