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Railways cuts down sleeping hours for passengers by an hour

Zee News Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
The Railways is trying to put an end to those tiresome quarrels that break out due to oversleeping passengers on the middle and lower berths by reducing official sleeping hours.
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News video: Sleep An Hour Less, Railway Ministry’s Solution To Passenger Quarrels

Sleep An Hour Less, Railway Ministry’s Solution To Passenger Quarrels 00:37

It’s not just you, me or co-passengers annoyed at seat quarrels in the trains, Railway Ministry has now in fact decided to put an end to this madness by reducing the sleeping hours by an hour.

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