A new Rajdhani Express service between Delhi and Mumbai can be started on Diwali, which will save four hours of travel time.
Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Other Cities Property Sales: Will You Be Buying During Diwali? Here Are Options Before Homebuyers
It’s going to be another dull Diwali for real estate players, the third in a row. Launches of new properties, which have been trending down for about a year
After the Delhi electricity regulator failed to hike energy charges for the third year in sucession, distribution companies (discoms) in the national capital on Friday strongly pitched for tariff revision, saying most other Indian states have raised power rates in the last few years.
North Central Railway (NCR) administration has diverted a number of Up and Down line trains following derailment of 12225 Azamgarh-Delhi Kaifiat Express train at Pata-Achalda railway station on Kanpur-Etawah section of North Central railway.
Indian Railways is going to launch several new train services on different routes that will benefit thousands of passengers from UP, Odisha, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Jammu & Kashmir.
Delhi will be Asia’s fastest-growing city over the next five years, with the economy projected to be almost 50 percent larger in 2021 than it was at the end of 2016, said a report.
August Kranti Rajdhani Express: Details of Mumbai-Delhi Train Named After Quit India Movement’s August Kranti Maidan
On the occasion of August Kranti Day 2017, we take a look at the popular Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani train named after the maidan or ground where Mahatma Gandhi delivered the Quit India Movement Speech. Here are some cool things to know about the August Kranti Rajdhani Express.
The Indian Railways is going full steam to achieve the target of covering the 245-km long Delhi-Chandigarh distance in flat two hours despite many curves on the proposed semi-high speed route.
Ten years ago, around 280 crore people used the Railways to travel an average of 229 km per year over long distances across cities.
A bullet train in the future would cut down travel time between Delhi and Varanasi – a distance of 720 km – from the present 12 hours, to just 2 hours and 37 minutes.