Cold wave conditions in most parts of northern India continue to play havoc with railway schedule, with several trains running late or being cancelled.
You’ve seen the trend in the airline and the hotel industry. At last, the Indian Railways will adopt the flexi-fare scheme, according to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, in The Economic Times.
Apex auditor CAG is likely to submit around 11-12 reports, including on railway bio-toilets, Ganga rejuvenation and Kudankulam nuke plant, in Parliament this session, according to official sources.
As winter engulfs the capital, the train scheduled has been affected in most of North India bringing down the visibility to zero. 15 trains arriving late & 12 cancelled due to decreased visibility/ operational reasons.
Although Ambala division does not plan to send a fresh proposal for the railway budget, 2018-19, officials hope pending projects announced over the last four years for the Chandigarh railway station are speeded up.
The recovery of a railway bell from a cabin at the north end of the Elphinstone Road station took railway officials back to the time when these bells were the only way to alert passengers about the arrival and departure of trains.
With an aim to check unwanted delays, from now on Railways Ministry will review further investment in new lines that have been stuck ‘for a long period’ due to delay in land acquisition.
Pooja Express which takes about 5 hours to reach Delhi from Jaipur was on Thursday running 5 hours late. The train 12413 Ajmer-Jammu Tawi Pooja Express, departs from Jaipur junction at 16:15 hours so as to reach Delhi by 21:55 hours.
The Bokaro Steel City railway station would soon get high-speed free Wi-Fi facility for passengers. This would make Bokaro the first railway station in Adra Division to have the facility, informed a railway official.
Acting on complaints he received from within the bureaucracy, including an audio clip of a purported conversation between two officials, Chairman Railway Board Ashwani Lohani has removed a top officer.