Fog leads to cancellation of four trains from Delhi

Last Updated: Monday, January 4, 2010 - 11:43

New Delhi: Foggy conditions in parts of
North India continued to disrupt train services with four
trains departing from the city cancelled today and as many
rescheduled.

Besides, over two dozen incoming trains were running
behind schedule, a Northern Railway spokesperson said.
The cancelled trains include Magadh express to
Islampur, Swatantrata Senani Express to Darbhanga, New
Delhi-Amritsar Express and Kalka Mail, he said.

Incoming trains like Lichchvi Express from Samastipur
and Sampoorna Kranti Express were also cancelled.

The spokesperson said last Saturday`s train accidents
in Uttar Pradesh also continued to hamper train movement.

The trains rescheduled are Kashi Vishwanath Express to
Varanasi, Bhopal Shatabdi Express, North East Express to
Guwahati and Mahananda Express to New Alipur Dwar.

Till 10 am this morning, over two dozen incoming
trains were running behind schedule -- between one to 10
hours.

They include the Rajdhani express trains from Mumbai
and Sealdah which were running two to three hours behind
schedule and Bhahmaputra Mail and Poorva Express which were
running 10 to 13 hours behind schedule.

PTI



First Published: Monday, January 4, 2010 - 11:43

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