The LMRC is all geared up for the inauguration of the 23-km North-South corridor on March 8. As part of this, Metro stations are being illuminated and painted aesthetically.
How can India simultaneously grow and create jobs, attend to its growing environmental crisis, and proactively address inequality? Conventional thinking holds that these objectives can only be achieved sequentially
Since the first metro line, which connected Esplanade and Bhowanipore in Kolkata (then Calcutta) in 1984, to the latest Aqua Line inaugurated in January to connect Noida to Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh, the metro has come a long way as a viable public transportation system.
India’s first semihigh speed express train, Vande Bharat Express, is also the first ‘green train’ of the Indian Railways, two officials familiar with the matter said. According to a senior officer, the railways have adopted various environment-friendly
The government has issued a high alert for all vital oil and gas installations, particularly those within the air-strike range from Pakistan, including public and private sector refineries located in Panipat (Haryana),
Ahead of a high-level meeting with state officials to finalise the funding pattern, the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) on Tuesday said it will seek 20% fund from the Uttar Pradesh government towards the Phase 3 of the Metro projec
Delhi residents pay the lowest power bills among all metropolitan cities in India, finance minister Manish Sisodia said in his budget speech on Tuesday. “Delhi provides the cheapest electricity among the metropolitan cities of the country.
The new metro stations at Badi Chaupad and Chhoti Chaupad in Jaipur will have a single platform for arrival and departure of trains, said officials. Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) managing director Subir Kumar said the pattern
The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) brings out an annual publication, Crime in India. In the past, this has also been used as source for figures on railway accidents. For example, in 2015, 26,066 people died because of railway accidents and 2,650 because of railway crossing accidents.
With the introduction of twin-engine operation, the Indian Railways will soon be able to add two more passenger coaches to Rajdhani and other air-conditioned express trains besides cutting their travel time by several minutes, two officials familiar with the matter said.