Just as Indian Railways closes in on a year which saw record laying of new tracks, record electrification of the existing tracks, new investments for overcrowded cities, and a gradual but sure improvement in safety standards, the opposition has trained guns on the public sector giant.
In a shocking incident, a Garib Rath train going from Amritsar in Punjab to Saharsa in Bihar reportedly went missing for a few hours only to be discovered later that it had travelled on a wrong route.
ndian Railways (IR) may be making all the right noises about public-private partnerships (PPPs) in railway projects (expert committees had pitched for broad-basing PPPs, having private train operators paying rentals to IR
In a bid to run faster trains on select high-speed corridors, Indian Railways is working on new plans which is likely come by April this year.
After years of complaints about hygiene, stale food, inadequate facilities on trains, the Indian Railways have virtually put luxury on tracks, with the Western Railway’s premier Rajdhani Express getting refurbished coaches under the government’s “Operation Swarn”.
Indian Railways to promote heritage preservation! In a bid to promote heritage preservation in Indian Railways, the Railway Ministry has decided to take certain reformative measures.
The Ministry of Railways is planning to announce 10,000 kilometres of new high-speed corridors in April 2018 for trains to run at speed of 200-250 kilometres per hour, the Times of India has reported.
At least 15 trains have been cancelled and 25 trains are running late in Delhi due to operational reasons on Tuesday as per the Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO), Northern Railways.
The Indian Railways in one of the biggest recruitment drive recently announced a number of job vacancies for interested and eligible aspirants across states.
Overnight intercity travel could soon get faster as railways plans to run trains at a speed of 200-250 kmph on new high speed corridors to be announced in April this year.