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Jul 22, 2014
IPOs in the offing? Govt mulls stake sale in rail infra cosIndian Railways, which is facing cash crunch, is looking at various ways to mobilise resources for undertaking its expansion programme.
Feb 12, 2014
Indian Railways to bring online meal booking, mobile ticketing and SMS updatesArray
Feb 10, 2014
Railways to send SMS alerts when wait-listed tickets get confirmedArray
Feb 09, 2014
IRCTC to send confirmation SMS to Waitlisted passengersA senior Railway Ministry official said the waitlisted passenger will get a SMS about the status of the ticket on the mobile phone number given at the time of ticket booking before the journey.
Dec 21, 2013
Google Search trends in 2013 dominated by celebrity deathsWith Twitter to Facebook and everyone in between releasing year-end lists, how can Google be too far behind? Google’s Year-End Zeitgeist list for 2013
Nov 20, 2013
IRCTC's e-wallet scheme makes ticket booking hassle-freeThe scheme has got good response since its launch in the second week of this month.
Oct 16, 2013
Austerity: Babus to buy tickets from AI directly to save on agent commissionsThe PSU travel agents are allowed to levy facilitation fee of Rs 100 per ticket for domestic sector and Rs 300 per ticket for international sector to book tickets on behalf of the government.
Sep 13, 2013
IRCTC releases exclusive apps for Windows Phone and Windows 8 devicesA couple of weeks back IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) hit headlines for its foray into the e-commerce segment, and now the e-ticking
Sep 01, 2013
Top news this week: Galaxy Gear smartwatch confirmed, Uber in India, Nintendo 2DS, cheaper Nexus 4 and more!We understand that it is a busy week and it's really hard to keep track of everything that goes on in the tech world. So here’s a handy recap of the
Aug 31, 2013
IRCTC to soon be able to book 7,200 tickets per minuteTearing your hair out while trying to book e-tickets on IRCTC’s website might soon be a thing of the past...