Petrol prices were marginally lowered on Tuesday, adding to the downward movement in fuel rates so far this month. Diesel prices were, however, kept steady.
Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged on Monday, June 18. That marked the third straight day of steady prices for petrol and the first in case of diesel. Petrol and diesel prices have eased somewhat from record highs touched in some cities last month.
Indian Railways’ mail and express trains will soon start looking beige and brown unlike the dark blue coaches currently.
IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering Tourism Corporation) offers ticket reservations in premium special trains online via its official website/app.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) operated Maharajas Express train is offering different tour packages for passengers. The packages available are- The Indian Splendour, The Heritage of India, Treasures of India, Gems of India, The Indian Panorama, Southern Sojourn and Southern Jewels.
Petrol and diesel prices were kept steady for the second straight day on Thursday. No change in fuel prices comes after two weeks of cuts, when petrol was made cheaper by Rs. 2 per litre while diesel prices were reduced by around Rs. 1.5 per litre.
Railways old hands, not more than 65 years of age, will be recruited to preserve the heritage stocks of the national transporter, senior officials said today.
Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged on Wednesday. While petrol rates were held steady after 14 days of cuts, diesel prices were at the same levels as the previous day after a gap of nine days.
Country’s domestic sales for diesel and gasoline rose to record highs in May, pushing the country’s overall fuel consumption for the month higher year-on-year, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the oil ministry showed on Saturday.
The passengers of DN Bhramhaputra Mail today protested against non-functioning of AC units in some coaches in Malda town station disrupting train services for hours, a GRP official said.