New Secunderabad-Hubli train from October 3 - The New Indian Express

New Secunderabad-Hubli train from October 3

Published: 29th September 2013 11:25 AM

Last Updated: 29th September 2013 11:25 AM

The ministry of railways has decided to introduce two new trains. They are Secunderabad-Hubli tri-weekly express and Hazur Saheb Nanded-Nangaldam weekly superfast express.

Secunderabad-Hubli express will depart from Secunderabad at 16.00 hrs every Monday, Thursday and Saturday from October 3 and arrive in Hubli at 07.50 hrs the next day.

In the return direction, the train will depart from Hubli at 20.50 hrs every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from October 4 and arrive in Secbad at 11.45 hrs the next day.  Enroute, this train will stop at Begumpet, Lingampalli, Vikarabad, Tandur, Sedam, Chittapur, Wadi, Gulbarga, Ganagapur Road, Hotgi, Indi Road, Basabanabagewadi Road, Bijapur, Almatti, Bagalkot, Badami, Hole Alur, Gadag and Annigeri stations..

The train will be flagged off by railway minister on October 2 at Hubli. The train will depart at 12.00 hrs on October 2 and arrive in Secbad at 03.30 hrs.

HS Nanded-Nangaldam weekly superfast express will depart from HS Nanded at 11.00 hrs every Saturday from October 5 and arrive in Nangaldam at 20.25 hrs the next day. In the opposite direction, it will depart from Nangaldam at 16.20 hrs every Thursday from October 3 and arrive in HS Nanded at 23.45 hrs.  Enroute, this train will stop at Purna, Basmat, Hingoli, Washim, Akola, Malkapur, Khandwa, Itarsi, Habibgunj, Bhopal, Bina, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra Cantt, Mathura, New Delhi, Panipat, Ambala Cantt., Chandigarh, Sahibzadar Ajitsingh Nagar, Roopnagar.

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