Indian Railways New November Time Table: 6 New Trains, Faster Runs

Announced six new trains under the services of Texas, Humsafar and Antyodaya in the new schedule for November. The schedule is part of the new Railways of India schedule from November 1, 2017.
Humsafar, Tejas and Antyodaya were among the four new rail projects announced by the government in the 2016-2017 rail budget with Uday Express. Indian Railways aims to accelerate the trains in the new schedule applicable from November 1, 2017. The Indian Railways will reduce the duration of almost 500 trains in areas from 15 minutes to three hours, Press Trust of India reported.

A new Humsafar Express train will come from Allahabad to Anand Vihar at 10:20 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, according to the North Central Railway website. This train will arrive at the Anand Vihar station on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, he said. “The commercial stop and the composition will be decided later,” said the carrier.

In the new schedule, practically all railway areas have trains that have accelerated; For example, 51 express trains and 36 passengers have been accelerated under the Southern Railway, while 37 express trains and 19 local passenger trains will operate faster, according to Press Trust of India.

The Texas Express, India’s first high-speed semi-fast train, will operate six days a week between New Delhi and Chandigarh, Lucknow and Anand Vihar. The Humsafar Express, a three-level night train with air conditioning, will run between Sealdah and Jammu Tawi once a week and three times a week between Anand Vihar and Allahabad.

The Antyodaya Express, with all non-reserved or general coaches, will run between Darbhanga and Jalandhar, and Bilaspur and Ferozepur once a week.

In addition, the Railways of India also announced a higher frequency for two of its trains. The frequency of the trains Gorakhpur-Anand Vihar Humsafar Express 12595/12596 and 12571/12572 increases three and four times per week, respectively.

Railroads have already increased the speed of 17 trains by increasing the speed of the section and have introduced additional stops to 13 trains in addition to improving several trains and express trains to high-speed trains.

Trump administration to Congress: Defence cooperation with India important for Indo-US ties

The Trump government told the US Congress that defense cooperation with India would be an important pillar of the bilateral relationship as it needs the country to be a net security provider in the Indo-Pacific region. The Trump regime reported that Congress “strongly supports” the transfers of F-18 and F-16 combat proposals submitted by Boeing and Lockheed Martin, respectively. These proposals have the potential to bring Indo-European defense links to the next level, he said. “The reason why India’s defense cooperation is so vital to the interests of the United States because we need India to be a net security provider in the Indo-Pacific, a region that serves as a focal point for trade and commerce with nearly half of the world’s 90,000 commercial vessels under the United States flag and two-thirds of the oil sold in the region, “said Alice Wells, Deputy Assistant Secretary for South Asian and Central Asian Affairs, to a subcommittee of the Congress in a written communication.

Wells hopes to testify before the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific on “Maintaining US influence in South Asia: 2018 Budget” on Thursday. He argued that the Indo-Asian Pacific region is also home to nearly half of the world’s population and some of the fastest growing economies on earth. Working with like-minded partners, India has the strategic and economic potential to defend the international order that has served so much humanity in the last seven decades. the investments we make in our security partnership will now pay dividends for decades, “he said.
As a democracy, the fight against terrorism is the top priority for India and the United States, he said. “India is in a dangerous neighborhood, where terrorist attacks have killed both Indians and Americans.

Joint training and capacity building are essential to expanding our cooperation in the TC area, “he said, citing the Department of State’s Terrorism Assistance Program (ATA) in which more than 1,100 Indian security has been trained in the United States since 2009. Wells said India is one of the United States’ key strategic partners in the Indo-Pacific region. ” In the words of President Trump, India and the United States has never been so strong, it has never been so good, “he said in testimony. Meeting with the Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi in June to give a positive and ambitious program to strengthen bilateral ties, particularly in the fields of defense, energy and trade, “he added.

In relation to trade between the United States and India in its written communication, Wells said that the economic relationship was largely on a positive trajectory and the United States should do more to balance the trade deficit between the two total US $ 30,000 millions last year. “We are working closely with the USTR and the Department of Commerce to address the concerns of the US business community in India, including tariff barriers and subsidies, location policies, investment restrictions and intellectual property issues that limit market access and prevent US exporters and companies from entering the Indian market, “said M Wells.” Our bilateral trade has more than doubled in the last decade, from $ 45 billion in 200 6 to more than $ 114 billion in 2016.

US exports to India support more than 260,000 jobs in the United States in all 50 states, “he said. committed to ensuring that the trade relationship with India is fair and reciprocal and continues to push India to open its markets and create a playing field for US companies. “According to Wells, the great opportunities lie in the civil aviation market in India In early January 2017, SpiceJet, an Indian private carrier, announced an order for 155 new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, taking its account for the aircraft model to 205 total aircraft.The final assembly of the MAX 737 takes place in Renton, Washington.

India Must Make Sure There is no Repeat of Doklam Standoff, Says Ex-foreign Secretary

New Delhi: The resolution of the Doklam gap has been satisfactory for India, but a similar situation may not have a similar end, says former Foreign Minister Shyam Saran. In a powerful conversation with Anubha Bhonsle, CNN-News18’s Saran, whose book “How India Lives the World” was published on Thursday by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, he said India should be both cautious and firm in its ties with China. “The lesson we should not take is that we are able to handle it,” he said, adding that the government must be relieved, stagnation has not yet increased. Here are excerpts from the conversation with Shyam Saran, who was also Prime Minister Manmohan Singh special envoy on nuclear issues and climate change. Saran: My own view is that this was intended to convince Bhutan that it should go ahead with the border agreement between the two countries that worked for a while. Bhutan did not accept the terms proposed by China. China, as you know, was interested in establishing diplomatic relations and in trade with Bhutan.

My sense is that the question of Doklam has been an impetus for China not to advance. Maybe there was a side advantage in terms of China’s relations with India as well, but I do not think that was the main objective. And I think the very strong and vitriolic reaction was the element of surprise, because they did not expect this kind of confrontation with the Indian forces in the territory of Bhutan. From the point of view of India, it was a satisfactory spread of the situation, since we wanted a restoration of the status quo. In addition, the calendar of summits of the BRICS assured that the interest of China was that there was no disagreement. The important result of the Xiamen meeting is that we can be encouraged and hopeful. Anubha: Since the separation, it was supposed to be due to resolute resolution and diplomacy. And there is an underlying assumption that we can do it again if there is a Saran conflict: I do not think we should do that. We must be relieved because it could have increased. We must try to make sure we do not have to deal with a similar situation. We must not assume that we can solve it.

We must consider the fact that the context in which we deal with relations with China has changed. When I used to negotiate on climate change, our ally was China. Ten years later, when the Paris agreement is reached, the United States and China have their model. We must handle this relationship with a certain caution and firmness. This is something that needs constant attention. The lesson we should not draw is that we are capable of handling it. We must manage our border infrastructure well or we would not be able to treat it as well as we should. Anubha: What worries you about irritants and problems and what should we pay attention to? Saran: Take the example of the NSG problem. Above all, we wanted to thank you for the resignation. It would be important to have a membership. If the problems do not come from the Chinese opposition, this should not become a critical problem in our relationship with them. The list of terrorist groups in the UN is more of a problem for China because they are seen as opposing the fight against terrorism around the world.

I am very encouraged by the meeting and the statement. It is a complex relationship. There have always been elements of cooperation and confrontation. The challenge now is how we raise the importance of the areas where we have a common interest and how to minimize the possibility that some controversial issues will become bigger than life. Anubha: Is there a substantial difference in the way this government looks at Beijing from the previous regime? Saran: Every government has its own style. Modi believes that the personal leader of leadership relationships plays a very important role. In addition, there is more vigorous research and more attention to economic problems. Much of India’s foreign policy is continuity. The parameters have not changed much, but international problems continue to evolve and we must adapt to change. The basic foreign policy has been consistent.

Saran: Pakistan is a big challenge. We must leave the pattern of dialogue, disturbance, dialogue, disturbance. Whatever the problems, commitment to Pakistan is important precisely because it has major problems. Not only must we have pressure points to change this strategic calculation in Islamabad, but at the same time we must make sure that the assets we are dealing with in Pakistan, such as trading or treating people to relationships with people, is not affected . If the Pakistani actors want to come, welcome them, if the authors want to come, then why not. It must be a two-way approach. They need resources in terms of care to support the kind of commitment we need. But Pakistan should not take the attention we should give to all neighbors.

Saran: I think we have done well to say that we remain committed to the Paris agreement. I think we forget that India has a good story to tell in terms of global energy. The PM has made a personal commitment to the international network of solar or technological renewal. These are important initiatives. The energy consumption of India is decreasing. It is important to note that. Even historically, we have always seen the feeding of nature and not a dark force to conquer. Saran: Nuclear doctrine has served us well and has strengthened our nuclear capabilities. If doctrine changes, the infrastructure of the strategic nuclear program will also have to change. It is necessary and has served us well to repair things.

IIT JAM 2018 – Notification Released, Online Application Starts on September 5 at jam.iitb.ac.in

The Indian Institute of Bombay Technology (IITB) has issued the official notice for the joint admission test for M.Sc. (JAM) 2018 on official website – jam.iitb.ac.in.

The notification recruits details about JAM 2018 for admissions to M.Sc., M.Sc mixed, M.Sc – PhD Two degrees and other bachelor’s programs at ITI, Indian Institute of Science (IISC) and others. JAM 2018 will be organized on February 11, 2018 by IIT Bombay.

Applicants who wish to apply for the JAM 2018 IAM can request it following the following instructions:

Joint admission test for M.Sc. (JAM) is an online admission test that is conducted annually for students seeking admission to the Master of Science and other post-secondary science programs at various institutions, the Institute of Science, the Indian Institute of Technology and others in India.

The online application process for JAM 2018 will begin on September 5, 2017 through the JAP Online Application Processing System (JAPS) and the last registration date and payment for the online payment application process is October 10, 2017 .

The result of the IIT JAM 2018 exam will be published on March 20, 2018 in accordance with the official notification. The IIT JAM 2018 exam will be held in two shifts. The first shift will begin at 9:00 am on February 11, 2018, which includes biotechnology (BT), chemistry (CY), geology (GG) and mathematical statistics (MS).

The second trimester will begin at 2 pm on February 11, 2018 and includes biological sciences (BL), mathematics (MA) and physics (PH).

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