Come 2018 and the Jaipur-Agra Shatabdi Express coaches, thanks to the Indian Railways project ‘Swarna’, will be equipped with new features.
Up against a staggering renewable energy target of 175 GW by 2022, India has its task cut out. Installing the new capacity has its due share of problems, but integrating it with a nascent grid poses a much more formidable challenge.
Thirty years after the rail authorities proposed to connect Mumbai with Raigad through Seawoods-Uran Railway line; the Central Railway (CR) will kick off its first huge mega block this month.
Punjab finance minister Manpreet Singh Badal on Friday flagged off a train from Bathinda railway station for Patna Sahib for pilgrims to pay obeisance on the 350th birth anniversary of the 10th Sikh master, Guru Gobind Singh.
The railways ministry is drawing up a Rs 20-lakh crore investment plan under which it will convert 10,000 km of its trunk routes into high-speed corridors and take up several other modernisation projects.
Despite the increase in prices of solar panels in recent months and the GST burden, Hero Solar Energy Pvt Ltd and SBE Four Ltd bagged 500 megawatt (MW) offering to sell solar power to Uttar Pradesh government at Rs 2.47 and Rs 2.48 per KWh, respectively
Magenta Line Of Delhi Metro To Be Flagged Off On Christmas: Trains Will Be Driverless, Feature New-Age Signalling Technology
The new Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro that will directly connect Kalkaji in south Delhi to Noida, has many firsts to its credit, including platform screen doors (PSDs) and a hi-tech signalling technology for movement of trains, officials said on Friday.
Northern Railway General Manager Vishwesh Chaube inspected the Railway Mechanical Workshop here today. He also flagged off a special wagon made in this workshop. Later, he held a meeting with Member of Parliament (MP) Gurjeet Singh Aujla.
The power ministry today informed projects worth Rs 69,475 crore have been sanctioned so far under two flagship schemes aimed at rural and urban electrification in the country and the government’s programme is on track to implement universal household electrification in India by March 2019.
A new train, which is being locally manufactured, will be the fastest train in India, with an average speed of 160 km per hour, and set for launch in December next year.