Latest satellite imagery shows the river Brahmaputra disappearing into a 900 m underground tunnel in China. In what is perhaps the first evidence of a possible diversion project by China, latest satellite imagery shows a massive new dam on the Brahmaputra river — Yarlong Tsangpo in Tibetan — with an underground tunnel that seems to […]
Vendors of Indian Railways can now track the status of their bills and get paid within 30 days of generating receipts through an online system introduced by the national transporter to enhance transparency in the processing and settlement of bills.
After months of deliberations, the railway board has finally initiated the process of reviewing the flexi-fare system in premium trains by comparing the prices with that of other modes of transport in the same sectors.
All records of inspections conducted by the railways will now be maintained online through an app exclusively developed for the purpose
The southern arm of the Indian Railways, the South Central Railway (SCR) earlier this month declared that the railway station at Kacheguda in Telangana has become the first energy-efficient ‘A1 Category’ railway station in the country.
The Indian Railways has ditched the tried-and-tested method of tying crackers to the tracks to alert drivers of approaching signals, in favour of a system that can ensure trains no longer move at a snail’s pace in foggy weather.
The Railways has decided to approach the Supreme Court to defend its scheme, Liberalised Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety Staff (LARSGESS), which was been halted in the wake of a Punjab and Haryana High Court order.
Sixty years after the first electric train of the Eastern Railway (ER) chugged off Howrah station, a commemorative run of the historic event was held today with an EMU local train.
India has a vast opportunity for expansion of the capacity of its ports as the total containerised cargo capacity at 12 major ports is less than a quarter of containerised goods handled at Shanghai port in China, stated the latest study by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham).
All records of inspections conducted by the railways will now be maintained online through an app exclusively developed for the purpose.