Some of the other bizarre demands of passengers include getting their phones recharged, delivery of juices, tea, etc. Sometimes, passengers seek police assistance in getting their electricity bill paid or train tickets booked
With the upcoming two much-awaited private trains, Delhi-Lucknow Tejas Express and Mumbai-Ahmedabad Tejas Express, IRCTC has introduced new set of ticket cancellation and refund policies for these two trains.
As per the plans drafted by the Indian Railways' subsidiary, in addition to free travel insurance, passengers will also get an offer of getting their luggage ferried from their homes to train seats at a cost as well as the fa
On Wednesday, the President of Sri Lanka, Maithripala Sirisena along with the country's Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Arjuna Ranatunga and Taranjit Singh Sandhu, High Commissioner of India flagged off the new train
Under the 100-day roadmap for the national transporter, several measures were taken by the Railway Ministry and with the implementation of these measures, significant achievements have been made within these 100 days.
Indian Railways is going for more transparent procedure as over two dozen complaints have been received by the national transporter about favouritism where tenders were allegedly prepared to benefit one firm in the production
The monumental flags are being installed at stations as per directives of the Railway Board in order to improve the aesthetics of the railway stations as well as to impart a sense of nationalism and patriotism among Indian Ra
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus station competed for the Best Swachh Iconic place with 30 more places as selected in three phases. The Ministry of Railways will receive the award along with BMC and CSR.
With the improvement in technology and continuous advancements in the field of power electronics, power supply systems, and control system, the national transporter is adopting an energy-efficient power supply system for coac
The first such train - Shri Ramayana Express Yatra is scheduled to depart from Jaipur via Delhi on 3 November 2019, while the other train - Ramayana Express would depart from Indore via Varanasi on 18 November 2019.
From now on, train passengers will not have to face toilet-related problems such as stinky toilets and poor toilet conditions while travelling as the national transporter has taken numerous steps in this regard.