The Indian Railways has always been committed in upgrading its facilities bringing joy to millions of commuters. With around six to seven lakh bookings every day, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC),
The Indian Railways offers concessions on ticket prices to 53 different categories, ranging from 10-100 per cent. While students going to their hometown or educational tours can avail a concession of 50 per cent in second and sleeper class,
Ministry of Railways is always concerned over the safety of railway passengers during their journey and even at the stations. In a notice, the Ministry stated that it is providing the First Aid emergency care and medical facilities
The Railways has said that it would initiate stringent action against those passengers violating rules which may subject to a penalty of imprisonment up to six months or fine up to Rs 1000 or both.
The Indian Railways has come up with yet another exciting offer giving an opportunity to explore places associated with Lord Ram. In its latest offering, the railways will run a special train named after Lord Ram covering the destinations associated with the mythological character in India and Sri Lanka, an official statement said.
Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday said that work for the Rs 1,000 crore ethanol plant in Bargarh is likely to take off soon.
Coal India subsidiary Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) is planning to form a joint venture with power producer NTPC Ltd to develop the 1,600-MW pithead plant in Odisha’s Sundergarh district, a top CIL official said on Monday.
The Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL), a subsidiary of Coal India Ltd, broke its own record by producing 7.84 lakh tonne of coal in a single day, said an official on Wednesday.
With focus to enhance safety in train operations as the India’s biggest transporter continues to reach every untouched parts of the country, the Railways has decided to train its drivers on digital crew simulation systems with 3D technology to improve their alertness and increase efficiency.
In order to avoid extra rush of passengers during the upcoming festival season, the Indian Railways has announced several Holi special trains.