Southern Railway Specials for Clearing Sabarimala Rush
Southern railways announced new Sabarimala Special trains between Ernakulam and Chennai central for avoiding extra rush of passengers during the season. Following are the details
Train No. 06345 / 06346 Ernakulam – Chennai Central – Ernakulam Weekly Super fast Specials (via. Coimbatore):
Science Exhibition Biodiversity Train to Reach Chennai on August 11
The fifth phase of ‘Science Exhibition-Biodiversity Special’, a mobile exhibition train being run by the Ministry of Railways on requestof Ministry of Science and Technology, will arrive here on August 11. According to a release from the Southern Railway, the train will be in Chennai Central station for the exhibition from August 11 to August 15.
Southern Railways Announces SUMMER SPECIAL TRAINS
Southern Railway will run the following Special Trains to clear the extra rush of passengers during the summer months of April, May & June 2012.
Effect of Thane Cyclone on Chennai : Southern Railway Opens Additional Information Centres
Southern Railway has opened two additional information centres and helplines at Chennai Central and Chennai Egmore junctions to provide details about delays in train services owing to Cyclone Thane.
Passengers can get information at 044-2819216 for Egmore and 044-25353798 and 25330710 for Chennai Central, according to an official release.
Trains running on the Chennai Central–Gudur and Chennai Egmore–Villupuram-Cuddalore-Mayiladuthurai routes in both directions are likely to be regulated or diverted.
Bombay Circus in Chennai
Bombay Circus @ SIAA Grounds | 01:00 PM – Onwards
A narrow entrance, lots of dust (if you are asthmatic, it is best you take your inhaler along), a little bit of a stench, an open car park. The Great Bombay Circus has come to Chennai (at SIAA Grounds, near Moore Market) after a gap of four years. Supposedly one of the oldest circuses in the country, this time around they have a number of attractions such as the cube jugglers from Russia and the walking caterpillars from Uzbekistan. It is said that The Great Bombay Circus was started in Hyderabad of the Sindh Province, now in Pakistan, in 1920 by Baburao Kadam and Kunni Kannan.