Articles tagged under: Indian Railways

Disrupted rail traffic in Rajkot division due to goods train derailment resumes

April 30, 2018
Disrupted rail traffic in Rajkot division due to goods train derailment resumes

Rajkot: Rail Traffic was disrupted for over 3 hours on the all important Hapa-Rajkot section of Rajkot division of Western Railways due to derailment of 4 wheels of a wagon of a goods train today. The derailment took place between Paddhari and Chanol station in Rajkot division at around 1058 hrs today. Spokesperson of Rajkot Division Vivek Tiwari said that the derailed wagon was re-railed at around 1400 hrs and the traffic on the route has been resumed from 1415 hrs...Read More

New IRCTC rules you must keep in mind before booking reservations

April 16, 2018
New IRCTC rules you must keep in mind before booking reservations

New Delhi: Here are the new IRCTC rules you must keep in mind before booking reservations: A passenger can book online tickets 120 days in advance, excluding the date of journey. Six tickets can be booked monthly from one user ID, and 12 if the user is Aadhar-verified. A maximum of two tickets can be booked from one ID during 8-10 am.  Tatkal tickets can be booked a day before travel, starting 10 am for AC coaches and 11 am for sleeper class. From a single user ID, only two Tatkal ticke...Read More

Jaitley bats for outsourcing of railways’ non-core functions

December 20, 2016
Jaitley bats for outsourcing of railways’ non-core functions

New Delhi: Weeks before he presents India's first combined general and railway budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today made a strong case for outsourcing of non-core functions like hospitality services of Indian Railways and pressed for a transparent accounting system. He said that unless the railways strengthen its performance and internal management system, they will lose out to competition from other sectors like highways and airlines in both passenger and cargo transportation. "The...Read More

Red Ribbon Express arrives in Ahmedabad on three-day visit

February 28, 2012

Ahmedabad, 28 February 2012 Red Ribbon Express which is an AIDS/HIV awareness campaign train by the Indian Railways arrived in Ahmedabad today. City Mayor Shri Asit Vora inaugurated this moving exhibition at Kalupur railway station. The exhibition will remain open for citizens till 5.00 pm on Thursday, 29th of February. The third phase of the initiative was launched in Delhi on January 12 by Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad as part of the 150th birth anniversary...Read More

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