The system of ‘One Nation, One Card’ is there in some other countries like South Korea.
Narendra Modi flags off India’s first ever fully-automated driverless metro train in Delhi; all you need to know
Under the new system, the trains will be controlled entirely from the three command centres of the DMRC.
Delhi University to set up third campus in East district, says Vice Chancellor; project to cost Rs 600 crore
The land is located near the Kakardooma district courts complex and is accessible by both Blue and Red lines of Delhi Metro
Farmers Protest Updates: Northern Railway says 2 trains cancelled, 5 short-terminated, 5 diverted in Punjab
Farmers Protest LIVE Updates: Meanwhile, traffic congestion was seen at the Delhi-Gurugram border as Delhi Police conducted the checking of vehicles, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' march protest
UPSC Preliminary exam 2020: Delhi Metro to start at 6 am on Sunday; Maharashtra to run special buses
The Indian Railways has also announced several special trains for the convenience of candidates appearing in the exam tomorrow
Coronavirus Updates: Kolkata Police Commissioner Anuj Sharma tests positive for COVID-19, says report
Coronavirus Updates: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Thursday also said that 62 percent of the Parliament's operations have been "successfully" moved online will go "100 percent digital eventually"
Coronavirus Updates: AAP govt rules out another lockdown as Delhi reports over 4,000 new cases, tally crosses 2 lakh
Coronavirus Updates: Despite a sharp surge in COVID-19 cases in Delhi, the AAP government has ruled out the possibility of another lockdown, asserting that the economy 'cannot be kept shut for eternity'
The Ministry of Home Affairs had recently issued guidelines allowing the Delhi Metro to resume operations in a graded manner
Metro services back on track with strict COVID-19 precautions; deserted platforms, cashless payment glitches in Delhi
However, metros remained shut in containment zones according to the Union home ministry's guidelines. The metro also remained shut in Mumbai, which is one of the cities most affected by the pandemic.
Delhi Metro resumes services after 169-day hiatus due to COVID-19; Yellow Line begins limited operations
Delhi Metro services had been closed since 22 March due to the pandemic. The DMRC has appealed to people to use the rapid transport only if urgently needed
After a gap of more than five months and a week, metro stations and coaches of the National Capital Region will witness passengers willing to go through the restrictive, controlled and strictly enforced entry, travel and exit conditions
India's COVID-19 count rises to 41,13,811 with 90,632 new cases; metro services to resume in Delhi, Bengaluru
There are 8,62,320 active cases of COVID-19 in the country accounting for only 20.96 percent of the total caseload, the health ministry highlighted.
Coronavirus Updates: Delhi sees 43% rise in number of COVID-19 patients under home isolation in August
Coronavirus Updates: As of 1 September, of the total 15,870 active cases in the National Capital, more than half (8,119) were under home quarantine, data from the government showed.
Centre announces SOPs for Metro train services: only asymptomatic passengers allowed, masks compulsory
Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri said Metro train services, except in Maharashtra, will resume in a graded manner from 7 September and all lines will become operational by 12 September
Centre announces Unlock 4 guidelines as COVID-19 cases cross 34.63 lakh; 7 states account for 81% deaths
The recovery rate rose to 76.47 percent with 65,050 patients recuperating from COVID-19 in 24 hours, while the fatality rate dropped to 1.81 percent, the health ministry said
Among other measures, red lines have been drawn at regular intervals next to AFC gates and security checking gates, just before commuters enter near the platform areas
Unlock 4.0 guidelines announced: Metro services to resume from 7 Sep; schools, colleges to remain shut till 30 Sep
Social, academic, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious, political functions and other congregations will be permitted from 21 September as part of Unlock 4.0, but with a ceiling of 100 persons
Unlock 4.0 phase to begin from 1 September; metro trains may resume but schools likely to stay closed
Metro services were suspended in late March to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has infected more than 31 lakh people in the country so far
The DMRC has been preparing for resuming operations by taking measures such as installing thermal scanners and pasting stickers with messages on social distancing on seats and platform floors
The Centre should treat Delhi 'differently' from other states and allow resumption of Metro services as the COVID-19 situation is improving, said the chief minister