Shri. Ashwani Lohani, Chairman, Railway Board, New Delhi visited Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala on 05.05.2018.
With general elections just a year away, the railways has set monthly targets for the completion of its major projects with an aim to finish work in time for the country to go to polls in 2019.
Keeping in mind the 2019 elections and to avoid any delays, Indian Railways has issued month wise plans to zonal railways for timely commissioning of new lines
Amid the delays occurring in the running of trains, Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani today held a video conference with the worst performing zones and conducted a review of their speed restrictions.
Unmanned Crossings To Be Eliminated By Mar 2020, Primary Responsibility Not With Railways: Lohani (Eds: Recasting Intro)
In the wake of an accident at an unmanned level crossing in which 13 children died, Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani today said all such crossings will be eliminated by March 2020, but asserted that the primary responsibility lies with road users and not with the railways.
The Railways has painted a number of dark blue colour train coaches in yellowish tan and teak to give them a vibrant look. According to a ministry statement, the Northern Railways has used a new colour scheme on ICF design sleeper coaches on the directions of the Railway Board.
Ashwani Lohani, Chairman of the Indian Railway Board, in an exclusive interview with Zee Business’s Sameer Dixit reveals what is in store for Indian Railways passengers in the near future including his own take on Indian Railways stations with look and feel of airports and the comparison thereof. Here are the edited excerpts of the interview:
Ashwani Lohani, Chairman of the Indian Railway Board, in an exclusive interview with Zee Business’s Sameer Dixit said that a train set is a new concept and the country’s first one will be running by October, 2018.
Address juniors as ‘aap’ and not as ‘tu’ or ‘tum’, Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani has asked senior railway officials, in a bid to impart a major boost to the self-esteem of the national transporter’s the crucial work force.
It takes time to bring changes in work culture, Chairman Railway Board Ashwani Lohani said a day after the Railways suspended four class three officials for employing trackmen as domestic helps in their homes.