Train services in Bengal disrupted by water-logging

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| Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 15:07
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The Howrah-Digha-Howrah Kandari Express and Purulia-Jhargram Express were cancelled

Kolkata: Train services were partially disrupted on Tuesday due to water-logging in West Bengal's Howrah and Tikiapara, the South Eastern Railway (SER) said in a statement.

"Train services of South Eastern Railway have been partially affected due to water logging in Howrah and Tikiapara following heavy downpour since Monday," a SER statement said.

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The Howrah-Digha-Howrah Kandari Express and Purulia-Jhargram Express were cancelled, while the Howrah-Hyderabad East Coast Express was rescheduled to leave Howrah railway station at 1.50 pm instead of 11.45 am due to late running of link rake.

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