Train Cancelled Today: 152 trains canceled today, check complete list of canceled trains before leaving home


Newz Fast, New Delhi: Lakhs of people travel by train daily. If you are also a train traveler then there is important news for you. Railways has canceled 152 trains on 19 October i.e. today. These include express, mail, passenger and special trains.

Apart from this, 21 trains have been partially cancelled. The source station (from where they will start) of these trains has been changed. This includes different classes of trains.

Railways has rescheduled 18 trains. This includes Anand Vihar-Patna Superfast, Howrah-CSMT Duronto Express and Bangalore-Danapur Sanghamitra Express. Apart from this, the route of 19 trains has also been changed.

It is worth noting that the festive season is going on and festivals like Diwali and Chhath have come very near. In such a situation, people may have to face problems due to cancellation or change of time of these trains. So today you should check its status before leaving the house to catch the train.

How to check train status

You do not need to go anywhere to check the status of your train. If you have a smart mobile phone or computer then you can find out about your train sitting at home.

For this you have to go to After this, you will see Exceptional Train written on the right hand side upwards.

You click there and you will be able to get the information of today's cancelled, rescheduled or diverted trains. It is worth noting that the Railways keeps updating it continuously. Therefore the number of these trains may increase or decrease.

Refund will be given if train is canceled

If your train is canceled then you don't need to worry about money. For over-the-counter tickets, you have to go to IRCTC website and claim refund.

For this, you go to my account and click on the option of transaction. After this, fill the information being asked there and file your Ticket Deposit Receipt (TDR). Once all the proceedings are completed, you will see the refund amount on the website.

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