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Run 'em like its 1975: PM Modi's rap sends Railways turning to Emergency for tips on punctuality

Mar 31, 2015

Run 'em like its 1975: PM Modi's rap sends Railways turning to Emergency for tips on punctuality

The Prime Minister has reportedly 'sought an explanation' from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu after getting complaints from many quarters about the punctuality of trains. #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #PM Narendra Modi #Suresh Prabhu
Railways to see $140 bn investments over next 5 years: Prabhu

Mar 25, 2015

Railways to see $140 bn investments over next 5 years: Prabhu

The government is planning to invest around $140 billion for the development of the country's railways sector over the next five years, Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu said on Wednesday. #India #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #Infrastructure #Suresh Prabhu
Railway platform ticket to cost Rs 10 from 1 April

Mar 23, 2015

Railway platform ticket to cost Rs 10 from 1 April

Indian Railways have hiked the cost of platform tickets to Rs 10 and the new rate will come into effect from next month. #India #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #Price #Platform Ticket
Rae Bareli train mishap: Sonia Gandhi meets injured, asks Railways to provide immediate relief

Mar 21, 2015

Rae Bareli train mishap: Sonia Gandhi meets injured, asks Railways to provide immediate relief

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday met people injured in the Rae Bareli train mishap at King George's Medical University (KGMU) trauma centre in Lucknow and said the Railways should provide adequate assistance to the victims "at the earliest". #Uttar Pradesh #India #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #Rae Bareli #train mishap
Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express derails at Raebareli; 31 killed, 150 injured in tragedy

Mar 20, 2015

Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express derails at Raebareli; 31 killed, 150 injured in tragedy

A horrific accident in the morning hours left 31 dead and over 150 injured. Here are some images from the tragedy. #Indian Railways #injuries #ImagesOfTheDay #Deaths #derail #Dehradun-Varanasi Janata Express
Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express derails, at least 31 people killed

Mar 20, 2015

Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express derails, at least 31 people killed

At least 31 people were killed and around 150 others injured on Friday when the engine and two adjoining coaches of the Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express derailed near Bachrawan Railway Station in this district. #India #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #train #Manoj Sinha #Dehradun-Varanasi Janta Express #AK Mital
Railway Minister Prabhu acknowledges corruption exists in railways

Mar 20, 2015

Railway Minister Prabhu acknowledges corruption exists in railways

Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Friday acknowledged existence of corruption at various levels in his ministry and said the government is determined to weed it out through stringent action and putting in place a transparent system. #Corruption #NewsTracker #CBI #Indian Railways #Railways Ministry #CVC #Vinod Rai #Suresh Prabhu
In driving seat: Ratan Tata to head Kaya Kalp Council to transform railways

Mar 20, 2015

In driving seat: Ratan Tata to head Kaya Kalp Council to transform railways

The purpose of the Council is to recommend innovative methods and processes for the improvement, betterment and transformation of railways #Ratan Tata #Indian Railways #Suresh Prabhu #Kaya Kalp Council
Gone in 60 seconds: Railways plug gap that allowed touts to book 4,000 tickets in a minute

Mar 19, 2015

Gone in 60 seconds: Railways plug gap that allowed touts to book 4,000 tickets in a minute

Indian Railways has zeroed in on the biggest reason behind the perennial complaint of passengers not being able to get confirmed train. #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #Indian Trains #Online ticket booking #Train Ticket #Booking Train Ticket
From 1 April, book railway tickets four months in advance

Mar 17, 2015

From 1 April, book railway tickets four months in advance

Now travellers can book train tickets four months in advance as the Railways has decided to extend the advance reservation period from 60 days to 120 days, with effect from 1 April. #travel #India #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #IRCTC #Train tickets