Train Cancellation: 154 trains were cancelled today, Railway released the list, check your train here..


If you also have to travel by train today, then before going from home to the railway station, you must check the status of your train. This is because, even today, on Wednesday 23 November, Railways has canceled 154 trains. Apart from this, due to the repair of tracks and other operational problems, the railways have also diverted the routes of many trains.


Railways have to cancel trains due to bad weather, maintenance of railway tracks, and other operational reasons. Today, Railways has completely canceled 135 trains. 19 trains have been partially cancelled. Apart from this, 20 trains have also been rescheduled today. 22 trains are being diverted. The trains that have been canceled include passenger, mail, and express trains.

Checklist like this
Information about canceled, rescheduled and diverted trains are given on the website of Indian Railways and IRCTC. You can check the status of the train sitting at home. To know the status of the train, one has to visit the railway website or the link of IRCTC website We are telling you how to know the status of the train from the website of Indian Railways.

-To check the status of the train, visit

-On this, you will see the Exceptional Trains option. Select it.

-Now you have to fill in the captcha.

-After doing this, click on the Exceptional Trains option again.

-Here the option of canceled, rescheduled, and diverted trains will appear.

-By clicking on these, you can know about the canceled, rescheduled, and diverted trains.

-By clicking on Train Exceptional info, you can check the status of the train by its name or number.


Changes in the train ticket booking system
Railways have changed the UTS (Unreserved Ticket System). Passengers will now be able to book unreserved tickets up to 20 km from the UTS ON MOBILE App. Earlier, passengers could book general tickets only up to 5 km from the UTS on the mobile app. In all urban areas, tickets can now be booked for travel up to 5 km instead of 2 km.

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