ICF, which is the largest coach manufacturer in the world, makes a large number of coaches in various designs including self-propelled passenger coaches, semi high-speed train sets like Vande Bharat Express as well as luxury
Under its station redevelopment and beautification initiative, the national transporter is not only upgrading the basic infrastructure of the stations but is also providing various modern passenger-friendly amenities and faci
Recently, the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai manufactured the second rake of Vande Bharat Express. This time, the coach factory had removed several loopholes that were present on the first train. The new train is lik
From Chipiyana Buzurg village area to Allahabad Junction railway station, the train boasts an average speed of 104 km per hour. While, in the North Railway zone, the train runs with an average speed of 76 km per hour. The tra
Due to the removal of the carpet, the Delhi airport Terminal 3's floor was proving to be too slippery, not only for flyers but also the CISF staff. As a result of this, a special committee was formed by CISF to replace shoes
Train number 12275 Allahabad-New Delhi Humsafar Express train will run on every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. On the other hand, the return train will run on every Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday.
Indian Railways stations have never looked so beautiful before! Joining the list of stations which have undergone a beautification and redevelopment drive is the national capital's New Delhi railway station!
According to National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), Japan's E5 Shinkansen series is famous around the world for holding a zero-fatality record. Therefore, following a similar path by adopting the same technolo
The move comes with the opening of four new water bottling plants. These plants in Nagpur (Maharashtra), Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Hapur (Uttar Pradesh) and Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), would help the national transporter meet 50% of
Built in 1864, the station currently handles a total of 242 trains (originating/terminating/passing through) and 2.50 lakh passengers daily, making it one of the busiest railway stations in the country.
There is a proposal to do away with the dinning coach system. Soon, a decision will be taken in this regard. However, before taking a final call, all aspects of ending the dining system will be discussed.