Indian Railways, the country’s largest freight mover, has started exploring a design change in its rolling stock to see if coal and other minerals can be carried in covered wagons instead of open ones to prevent coal dust from flying into the environment and also to expand the use of wagons.
Mumbai is generally considered as a safe destination for women and to further boost that image, the Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Western Railway (WR) has developed and introduced a mobile application for female commuters travelling between Churchgate and Virar suburban railway stations.
The Indian Railways may not be able to provide confirmed berths to all those who book tickets, but it will soon start predicting on its website if waitlisted tickets have any chance of getting confirmed at all.
A three-tier system will monitor the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project, the deadline for which has been pushed forward by a year to 2022.
Union steel minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Thursday said that the Sagarmala Project would lead to logistics cost saving of Rs 40,000 crore per annum by 2025. Singh Flagged off Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd’s (RINL) maiden coastal shipment from Visakhapatnam Port.
Coal Minister Piyush Goyal made a fervent appeal to the employees of state-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) to work towards meeting the two crucial production targets of 2018 and 2020.
We will extract electricity from the rivers of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) to power your homes, offices and streets but we will not throw any light on handing back those hydel projects to the State seems to be the stance of NHPC Ltd, India’s largest public sector hydroelectric power producer.
ENERGY MINISTER Chandrashekhar Bawankule has announced an amnesty scheme for electricity bill defaulters from the farm sector, in a bid to recover arrears amounting to over Rs 19,000 crore.
Suggestions For New National Mineral Policy: For A ‘Lucrative’ Sector, Ease Taxes, Use Tech To Curb Corruption
Revamp the taxation structure applicable to the mining sector in India; reduce the “widespread instances of corruption prevailing in the administration” of mining rules and regulations through “technology-based monitoring approach
The Indian Railways will introduce six new trains under the Tejas, Humsafar, and Antyodaya to enhance the frequency of the trains, as announced by the Railway Ministry on Monday. The new timetable will be effective from November 1, 2017.