Railways

Government

Central Railway to run 10 ‘Summer Special’ trains between Mumbai and Varanasi

The decision has been taken in order to meet with increased demand during the holiday season. The Central Railway has announced that it would run 10 ‘Summer Special’ trains between

Railways

JNU proposes courses to Train Pandits, Experts in Religious Tourism and Vaastu Shastra

With the new courses, the dean of the new SSIS intends to ‘break the image’ of Sanskrit. “It is an ancient language, which is also ultra-modern and suitable for computers,”

Railways

Ahmedabad to Mumbai in 2 hours, 70 bullet trips every day

The National High Speed Railway Corporation Limited has decided to initiate the procedure to acquire railway land between the old and new Sabarmati stations, for the bullet train station. The

Travel

Luxury trains to slash ticket prices by 20%

Luxury trains in the country have long been plagued by poor patronage owing to prohibitive ticket prices. But this could soon change as they are set to be easier on

Trending

Indian Railways plans new toy train

Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani said that the electrification of the Rewari station will be completed by May 2018. Rewari is a significant section for Indian Railways as the national

Destinations

AC rakes for Toy Train to Darjeeling from April 1: NFR

Come April 1, the heritage status Darjeeling Himalayan Railway or DHR, popularly known as “Toy Train” will have two fully AC coaches on regular basis for promotion of tourism in

Destinations

Fare cut likely on 25 Shatabdi trains

Fares in premium Shatabdi trains on sections with low passenger occupancy could be slashed soon as the railways looks to ensure optimum utilisation of resources, a senior government official has said. The

Trains

Soon, Jaipur to Delhi by train in 90 minutes

If all goes well, the distance between Jaipur and Delhi could be covered in 90 minutes in the future. Ministry of railways is planning to have a semi-high speed train

Travel

Indian Railways may cut ticket prices by 50% in these trains to help common man

Indian Railways trains that are quite expensive for common citizens are set to turn affordable for the common man. Railways passengers can now look forward to travelling in style at

Railways

Indian Railways to reduce charges of luxury trains by half after revenue dip

After a sharp decline in revenue from luxury train services, the Indian Railways decided to reduce tariff so that the services could become more affordable. The decision was taken at the Railway Board’s