The railways carried 1107 million tons of goods, exceeding the freight target despite the gloomy market scenario in 2016-17 fiscal.
The Chenani-Nashri tunnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate to the nation on Sunday, is the India’s first and the world’s sixth tunnel to have a transverse ventilation system, providing fresh air to motorists.
The Indian Railways has extended the date for the service charge exemption on railway tickets booked online till June 30
A day after eight conventional coaches of Mahakaushal Express derailed in Uttar Pradesh, the railways on Friday said it is committed to provide safe journey to passengers and is making all efforts to proliferate modern Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches in trains.
Ratnagiri Gas and Power Projects Ltd (RGPPL) (or the erstwhile Dabhol Power Project) in Maharashtra has started supply 500 mw power to Railways, thanks to an agreement it signed recently with Railways for supply of 500 MW power to Railways at fixed price for five years starting from midnight of 31st March.
In One Of The Biggest Reforms In Road Transport Sector, Cabinet Okays Amendments To Motor Vehicle Bill.
Heavy penalties for traffic violations and Driving Licenses To Be Linked To Aadhaar.
The Cabinet on Friday approved the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016 that provides for linking of driving license and vehicle registration with Adhaar-based platform and proposes heavy penalties for traffic violations.
A parliamentary committee has suggested separate budget allocation for green energy initiatives by the Railways so that no such project is stuck due to want of funds.
The Railways has achieved freight loading of 92.07 million tonnes during the month of February, which was an increase of 3.46 per cent over the last year and was the highest ever monthly loading for February, Railway
Minister Suresh Prabhu said today.
The Indian Railways has planned to roll out free WiFi in 709 Railway Stations by March 2020, Rajen Gohain, Minister of State for Railways said in Parliament.
Railway minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday informed the Rajya Sabha that the government will spend Rs 10,000 crore to modernise railway infrastructure, including technology to reduce accident rate to zero level.