Union Minister of State for Railways (MoSR) Suresh Angadi had some good news for his home constituency. In the backdrop of rising demands for a change of in the schedule of Rani Chennamma Express that connects Belagavi to Bengaluru, Angadi launched a new train between the two cities.
The Department of Railways said the new train will begin operations on June 29. It will leave Belagavi at 9 pm and arrive in Bengaluru at 7.30 am the next day, on daily basis.
In its return journey, the train will leave Bengaluru at 9 pm and reach Belagavi at 7.30 am, everyday. Read More
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