Vivek Express, country's longest train, to operate twice a week: NFR
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Guwahati: The services of the country’s longest train, Vivek Express, that connects Assam with the southernmost tip of Tamil Nadu will be available twice a week beginning November 22, a Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) said on Saturday.

The Dibrugarh-Kanyakumari Vivek Express, which was flagged off on November 19, 2011, covers a distance of 4,189 kilometres and traverses through nine states in over 80 hours.

Train no. 15906 (Dibrugarh-Kanyakumari) Vivek Express, which previously used to run on Saturdays, will now operate additionally every Tuesday from November 22, a press release issued by NFR said.

Train no. 15905 (Kanyakumari-Dibrugarh) Vivek Express which currently runs only on Thursdays, will now be available even on Sundays from November 27, the release said. 

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