Remember rushing to reserved coaches on platforms to check if the lengthy lists on the outside of the bogie bore your berth details on a long distance journey?
But you have to that on a few selected routes, at least for the next three months!
Before you ask us why, let us put it out there – This is the Indian Railway Ministry’s bid to save paper!
The selected stations include New Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin, Mumbai Central, Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Chennai Central, Howrah, and Sealdah.
The Ministry issued a circular to Railway Zones to spread the word and necessary instructions to everyone concerned. Read More…
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