The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday issued a strict directions on stubble burning, Principal Secretary SP Goel has talked to all commissioners in the state asking them to ensure no stubble burning takes place.
A new technology has been devised to automatically regulate the brightness of street lights as per the volume of traffic passing underneath them, saving energy in the process.
IRCTC’s private venture Tejas Express will be soon flagged of between New Delhi and Lucknow, also to Mumbai and Ahmedabad. New Delhi to Lucknow will be the first train to run by IRCTC.
Under the ‘Bharat Darshan Special Tourist Train’, the Indian Railways is offering the ‘Dakshin Bharat Yatra’ package that covers all spiritual destinations in South India. The nine nights and ten days tour package starts from 2 January 2020.
As the nation is all set to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi 2019, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal-led Indian Railways has decided to run special trains services in a bid to clear the extra rush of passengers during Ganesh Chaturthi.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is offering eight days and seven nights tour package to popular tourist destinations of the state of Rajasthan. Named best of Rajasthan, the tour package will cover destinations like Jodhpur, Ajmer Dargah-Brahma Mandir Pushkar, Udaipur and Nathadwara.
Indian Railways’ subsidiary Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is offering a six-day tour package to Vaishno Devi from Ahmedabad.
Till now customers were used to getting advisories from banks, financial institutions about not sharing confidential information like account numbers, passwords, ATM PIN etc, however, now IRCTC too has started doing the same.
IRCTC is offering 4 nights and 5 days journey with a tour of the abandoned Havelis of Mandawa, a tiny princely town on the ancient Silk Route from the Middle East to China. Often termed as open Air Art Galleries the Havelis talk of a regal past.
In order to crack down on helmet-less riders, from August 5, Bengaluru Traffic Police is all set to implement ‘No Helmet, No Fuel’ rule for all the two-wheeler riders. After Noida and Aligarh’s ‘No Helmet, No Fuel’ rule, the Bengaluru traffic police are going to implement the same across the city.