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Don't cancel train tickets booked online, you will get refund automatically: IRCTC to Passengers
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Don't cancel train tickets booked online, you will get refund automatically: IRCTC to Passengers

The IRCTC has asked people not to cancel the tickets they have booked online for those trains that have been cancelled and assured them that they will get a full refund automatically

Railways says no service charge on tickets booked online through IRCTC till March 2018
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Railways says no service charge on tickets booked online through IRCTC till March 2018

Rail passengers will continue to enjoy service charge exemption on tickets booked online till March 2018.

Railways announces new scheme: Buy tickets now and pay later for any express train
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Railways announces new scheme: Buy tickets now and pay later for any express train

Passengers would be able to buy tickets from the IRCTC website and pay later.

Demonetisation: Transaction fee on card payments and railway e-tickets waived till 31 December
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Demonetisation: Transaction fee on card payments and railway e-tickets waived till 31 December

The Finance Ministry on Wednesday waived the transaction fee on RuPay debit cards, public sector banks' debit cards and railway e-ticketing till December 31.

IRCTC site could be capable of booking 7,200 e-tickets/minute soon
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IRCTC site could be capable of booking 7,200 e-tickets/minute soon

Getting e-tickets for your next rail trip to your native town may just get less hassling. According to reports, we're looking at interesting times ahead

Now enter airports with just soft copies of your tickets
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Now enter airports with just soft copies of your tickets

According to fresh orders from the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), air passengers can now display their tickets on their smartphones, tablets and

E-tickets for Jaipur Cricket Match
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E-tickets for Jaipur Cricket Match

Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) has become the first cricket association in the country to sell e-tickets using the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology on a pilot basis.