After a directive from the Prime Minister’s office, the Indian Railways has decided to reverse its earlier decision to provide escalators at a large number of stations.
Arihant Capital has given a “3.5 star” rating to the RITES IPO, which opens on June 20 in the price band of Rs 180-185 per equity share. RITES, a Government of India Enterprise, was established in 1974, under the aegis of Indian Railways. RITES is incorporated in India as a Public Limited Company under the […]
Travel at 100 kmph in this new high speed rail network from Delhi to Haryana’s Shahjahanpur-Neemrana-Behrod soon
Traffic chaos, wasting time, frustrations, all to be over soon? Yes, if this railways network turns into reality. And no, it is not courtesy Indian Railways or its arm IRCTC.
The Haryana government has given its nod for a high speed rail network between Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi and the Haryana-Rajasthan border near Shahjahanpur-Neemrana-Behrod.
The Railways has decided to replace the cumbersome medical cards issued to its employees and pensioners with credit card-like health cards carrying unique all-India number.
The Integral Coach Factory (ICF), Indian Railways coach manufacturing unit in Chennai, is all set to manufacture more than 3,000 coaches in the current financial year.
A record coal haulage continues to bring cheer to Indian Railways (IR) since the last fiscal. The good news on coal carriage continues in the first two months of the current fiscal too. W
Telangana has been provided Rs 1,813 crore project allocations this year, up from an average of Rs 258 crore it used to receive annually, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said today.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) operated Maharajas Express train is offering different tour packages for passengers. The packages available are- The Indian Splendour, The Heritage of India, Treasures of India, Gems of India, The Indian Panorama, Southern Sojourn and Southern Jewels.
Heeding a PMO directive, Indian Railways has changed its earlier decision to provide escalators at a large number of stations. These will now only be provided at stations with minimum footfall of 100,000 passengers per day instead of 25,000 as previously envisaged.