Western Railway officials said that it had begun operating all 49 scheduled services from yesterday on the Harbour line that was extended till Goregaon.
Passengers will now rate cleanliness standards in trains and stations which will directly impact payment of contractors with low scores, railways have said in a new contract drawn up for such services.
Southern Railway has invited applications from eligible candidates for filling up various posts. Interested candidates can apply latest by April 11.
The Odisha government today said the construction work of the Subarnarekha Port off the coast in Balasore district would commence soon as major hurdles were removed.
In a high-powered discussion on the future of Bengaluru, India’s information technology (IT) hub, there was agreement that the city was struggling to meet infrastructure demands.
India, Pakistan concluded the two-day Indus Waters Commission meeting on Friday. The meeting which was held in New Delhi was led by Syed Muhammad Mehar Ali Shah, Pakistans Commissioner for Indus Waters (PCIW) and Mr. P.K. Saxena, Indias Indus Waters Commissioner.
Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain today sought to allay concerns that the hike in fixed charges, announced by the power regulator, will put extra burden on those availing the governments subsidy scheme.
A parliamentary panel today rapped the Railways for not maintaining basic data on its land holdings and exhorted the public transporter to set up land management cells in all zones and divisions.
China said it will work to improve levels of standardisation in its electric vehicle industry – a sector it is aggressively promoting to help combat smog and to position the country as a leading car-making giant in the future.
At a small plant intended to help revitalise a town ravaged by the 2011 earthquake, Nissan Motor Co is giving its costly electric vehicle (EV) batteries new life after they pass their peak performance.