Train Canceled Today: Today again 163 trains were cancelled, timings of 16 trains changed, Railway released the list

New Delhi. If you are going to travel by train today, then you may have to face some problem, because Indian Railways has canceled 140 trains on 24 November while 23 trains have been partially cancelled.

Although, the reason for this is not clear, but it is believed that due to problems related to track repairing and operations, these trains have been canceled and the route of some trains has been changed. It would be better that you check the status of your vehicle once before leaving for the journey.

According to the information available on the National Train Inquiry System (NTES), Railways has completely canceled 140 trains today. At the same time, 23 trains have been partially cancelled, that is, the operation of these trains will remain canceled between some stations. Apart from this, 16 trains have been rescheduled. These trains include passenger, mail express and special trains.

Trains canceled today

Railway has canceled Pathankot-Jwalamukhi Express, Shamli Delhi Special, Virangana Laxmibai-Lucknow Express, Bina-Damoh Express, Azimganj-Nalhati Special and Vardhaman-Asansol Express. While Kanpur-Central-Veerangana Laxmibai Special, Varanasi-Patna Special, Hisar-Rewari Special, Sirsa-Ludhiana Special and Kathgodam-Moradabad Express will remain canceled between some stations.

Check train status like this

Information about canceled, rescheduled and diverted trains is available on the website of Indian Railways and IRCTC. You can check the status of the train sitting at home. For this, follow these steps by visiting or visiting the link of IRCTC website …

  • Visit
  • Here you will see the Exceptional Trains option. select it
  • After this fill the captcha and then click again on the Exceptional Trains option.
  • Here you will see the option of canceled, rescheduled and diverted trains.
  • By clicking on these, you can know about the canceled, rescheduled and diverted trains.

Indian Railways has 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 mobile app.