To make train ticket booking facility “quick and easy”, Indian Railways has introduced a facility that enables users to pay for tickets at railway counters through UPI/BHIM app. This facility was already available for passengers who wanted to book tickets online through IRCTC, the e-ticketing arm of the Railways
Train service has been resumed on Monday after remaining suspended on Sunday for security reason in the Kashmir valley, where separatists had called for a general strike in protest against the alleged human rights violation by security forces.
A detailed project report (DPR) for 219-km-long Pathankot-Mandi fourlane project has been finalised by the NHAI and submitted to the state government.Official sources said here today that the preparation of the DPR had been completed well before time by Joint Ventures and Infrastructure Casta Limited.
Union Roads Minister Nitin Gadkari has said the government will be soon announcing a policy which calls for 15 percent blending of methanol in petrol to make it cheaper and also reduce pollution.
The “golden age of gas” has not turned out quite as the forecasters and the gas producers who promoted the slogan a few years ago expected.
Preparing to boost air connectivity to remote and unconnected destinations, Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari requested Japanese firm Setouchi to manufacture seaplanes in the country following the successful trial runs of the firm’s aircraft here.
Subedar Singh bears the scars of India’s painful reliance on dirty power and its struggle to pay for the costly transition to the brave new world of solar and renewable electricity.
India’s logistics and supply chain sector is undergoing a big change as two moves by the government — goods & services tax (GST) and infrastructure status to the sector — have prompted many companies to invest more in the logistics sector, and hire the right talent to steer it.
The Union ministry of power made a startling claim that coal import was not necessary owing to improved generation and availability, thus exposing the Mahagenco which was importing costly coal.
The Indian Railways is expected to post total revenue of Rs 1.8 lakh crore in the current fiscal year, slightly short of initial target but 10% more than what it reported last year.