Delhi electricity distribution company (discom) BSES on Tuesday said that it was geared up to ensure incident-free power supply to its over 42 lakh consumers in the national capital and issued an advisory to the public on adopting simple safety precautions during the rainy season.
Mumbai: To avoid disruption of train services in monsoon, WR and CR to raise track height in flood-prone areas
In the monsoon season, Mumbai, every year, faces flooding problem due to which train services get disrupted. So, in order to avoid disruption of train services, the Western Railway (WR) and Central Railway (CR) will raise track height in flood-prone areas.
Indian Railways passengers note! New monsoon time table to be followed for trains coming to Rajkot; details
Are you planning to travel by train in the coming month of June? If yes, then you might want to check the new time table issued by Indian Railways for a few trains. According to a tweet shared by the Western Railway zone
Monsoon Impact! Indian Railways Cancelled Trains: Scheduled Run Of 150 Trains Scrapped Today, Check Full List Here
It is Monsoon time in India and the first month of this season has already caught the Indian Railways out and caused many citizens to be inconvenienced.
As the memory of the Elphinstone-Parel stampede still haunts Mumbaikars, the railway authorities are planning to rope in crowd management experts who handle the enormous crowd at Nashik’s Kumbh Mela in order to prevent a stampede situation during the monsoon.
Konkan Railway today said it has implemented various measures to ensure smooth flow of services on the section during upcoming monsoon season.
In order to prevent waterlogging on railways tracks, Piyush Goyal-led Indian Railways along with the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) have recently decided to install radars that predict rainfall.
The central railway of Mumbai has decided to depute extra staff to avoid any untoward situations like stampede on busy railway foot over bridges, especially when the monsoons are ahead.
While the rupee remains in a spot of bother, monsoon outlook is a cause for cheer, says Prateek Agarwal of ASK Investment Manager.
Coal India Ltd., the world’s biggest producer of the fuel, reported its second straight year-on-year increase in monthly production following a surge in demand from power plants.