No more overcharging for food on Indian Railways trains! A few months ago Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had said that passengers on Indian Railways trains need not pay for the food they are purchasing onboard, if the vendor is unable to furnish a bill.
Kolkata Metro is set to have the deepest metro station in India on its network. The Howrah metro station, which is located on the Kolkata Metro’s grand ‘East-West corridor’, is set to be the deepest metro station in the country.
India’s policy and implementation efforts for renewable energy have been globally acknowledged. India is to have 100GW installed capacity in solar by 2022, of which 60GW is expected to be attained from utility scale, and 40GW from rooftop solar (RTS).
Pune Metro: In a big boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make In India’ initiative, an Indian multinational firm ‘Titagarh Firema’ has won an international bid from Pune Metro for supplying as many as 102 ultra-modern aluminium bodied metro rail coaches.
Vande Bharat Express defines the changing aspirations of people in India, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his Independence Day 2019 speech from Red Fort. However, even as the Delhi-Varanasi Vande Bharat Express continues to register high occupancy, the production of Train 18 has come to a halt.
First-of-its-kind step to save elephants! In a bid to prevent elephants from being hit by Indian Railways’ trains passing through Rajaji Tiger Reserve (RTR) in Uttarakhand, authorities have come up with a plan.
Delhi Metro services on Independence Day 2019: Delhi Metro commuters take note! On the occasion of Independence Day on August 15, 2019, the Delhi Metro services will operate as usual across the entire network in the national capital region.
Fair trade regulator CCI has slapped penalties totalling about Rs 40 crore on 51 entities for bid rigging in supply of cylinders to oil marketing company HPCL. Besides, the regulator has imposed a total fine of Rs 45.26 lakh on officials of the firms for violating competition norms.
Tejas Express Delhi to Lucknow to begin services soon! If all goes well, then the new Tejas Express train from Delhi to Lucknow will start plying by the end of September, providing world-class travel experience to passengers. The new train is Indian Railways’ first step towards introduction of ‘private’ trains on the network.