Indian Railways’ Integral Coach Factor in Chennai is making India’s most anticipated indigenously-built semi-high speed ‘Train-18’. The ICF officials are expecting to roll out the first set of the luxury train for trial purposes around mid-October.
Indian Railways had introduced dynamic pricing on September 7, 2016. Two years after its introduction, Indian Railways is all set to do away with the much-criticised flexi-fare scheme. The scheme has also been under CAG scrutiny.
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Wednesday said the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved 100 per cent electrification of rest of the 13,675 km of Indian Railways’ broad gauge tracks at an estimated cost of Rs 12,134 crore.
India`s state-run Bharat Petroleum Corp will skip purchase of Iranian oil in October due to turnaround at its plants, a source privy to the plan said on Tuesday. The refiner will, however
Indian Railways is all set to give a makeover to its stinking and unhygienic toilets. The Central Railway (CR) has decided to provide people with clean and inodorous toilets. The toilets at Indian Railways station premises are infamous for foul smells and dirty conditions.
Bullet Train project is well on its way, barring a few problems here and there regarding land acquisition. It is a special project and the authorities are busy adding unique touches to it. The latest step being taken has to do with a tree – the Vad tree.
Indian Railways has taken several initiatives in the last few years to make commuters’ lives easy. Though several complaints about food and cleanliness onboard the trains and difficulty in booking Tatkal tickets remain,
Passengers have been weighing heavily on Indian Railways earnings for a long time. Now Railways has managed change that long-term trend to take out more money from their pockets. Actually
Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC)! Almost every traveller in the country knows this name. This Indian Railways ticket booking arm is a crucial first step for all those who prefer going online to buy tickets or check for updates.
India will shortly unveil a one-nation-one-card policy for public transport that will bring seamless connectivity between various modes of transport, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Monday.