Indian Railways

Syndicate content

ID proof must for all rail passengers December 1 onwards

In an attempt to facilitate travel of bonafide passengers and reduce misuse of ticketing system, the railways on Thursday decided to extend the condition of carrying original proof of identity during

IRCTC gears up to supply more than one lakh meals daily


Aiming to provide over one lakhmeals daily, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is setting up large-base kitchens at metropolises to cater to PSUs, BPOs and corporate houses across

Spot your train on Google map


Now you can spot a train's exactlocation on a Google map.

Railways have just launched online application RailRadar, where one can find the exact geographical location of about 6,500 trains on a Googl

AC fares up but no ticket at counter

Commuters wanting to travel in AC classes under the Unreserved Ticketing System (UTS) were in for a surprise on Monday when they were doled out sleeper class tickets from the counters.

And the situa

AC fare hike not to affect ticket purchased before Oct 1


AC class passengers who have purchased train tickets before October 1 will not be affected by the fare hike coming into force next month.

Fares of AC First Class, Executive Class, AC-2 tier, AC-3 ti

Fate of Duronto seems uncertain

Following the exit of the Trinamul Congress nominee Mukul Roy as the minister for railways, the fate of Duronto Express appears to be uncertain.

Duronto Express was launched when TMC chief Mamata Ba

‘Abandoned’ bag escaped all eyes!


The Railway Protection Force and the Railway police together claim that they have intensified security checks in railway stations considering the Onam rush and also in the wake of the Piravom incident

Are railway passengers sitting ducks?


The recent incident on Piravom road, Kerala, where a bomb was placed on the rail track and remained there undetected, for close to nine hours, is an eye opener for railway police and authorities.


Plan to add coaches called off


Gripped by rumours, people from the northeast continued to flee the city for the third consecutive day.
On Saturday, 150 people of the northeast arrived from the southern districts to board Howrah-bou

Karnataka on alert after threat to carry out blasts on trains

Railway police are on high alert in Karnataka in the wake of threats by suspected terror groups operating from Mysore to carry out blasts on some trains plying from here on the eve of Independence day, a top Railway official said.

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.