The NTPC recruitment drive will hire people for the posts of typist, clerk, traffic assistant, time keeper, goods guard, station master and commercial apprentice, among others
The residents of over 48,000 jhuggis along railway tracks in Delhi are demanding that they be consulted in the making of any plan that affects their homes
Indian Railways to start 80 new special trains from 12 Sept, bookings start today; here are the latest rules and regulations
The Railways have started running these special trains after regular services were suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown
Railway Board chairman says 80 new special trains will begin from 12 Sept; reservations open from 10 Sept
VK Yadav said the Railways will be monitoring all the trains that are currently in operation to determine which trains have a long waiting list
Railways says regular, suburban passenger trains to remain suspended; 230 special routes will continue to operate
An official statement said that a limited number of Mumbai local trains, which are being operated only on the order of the state govt, will continue to run
The ministry clarified that no private agency has been authorised to advertise any recruitments in Indian Railways
COVID-19 Outbreak: Railways to incur Rs 35,000 to 40,000 crore loss from passenger train services this fiscal
The railways have achieved record loading of foodgrains, 80 percent more than last year, and has introduced timetabled parcel services, the Railway Board chairman said.
The highest amount of money, Rs 102 crore, was paid by the Gujarat government followed by Maharashtra, which paid Rs 85 crore and Tamil Nadu which paid Rs 34 crore to the Railways.
Indian Railways spurred Hindi pulp fiction's boom. With trains stalled amid COVID crisis, waning book biz faces a bust
The Indian Railways was possibly the largest moving library of Hindi pulp fiction. That is, until the coronavirus pandemic.
The Railways filed an affidavit in response to a petition by social activist Naresh Kapoor seeking the court's direction to convert unused train coaches into quarantine facilities or ICUs considering the rise in COVID-19 cases.
Railways begins plan to allow private companies to operate passenger trains, invites participation for 218 routes
The project would entail a private sector investment of about Rs 30,000 crore, the Railways said. This is the first initiative for private investment for running passenger trains on the Indian Railways network.
Railways says Rs 2 lakh likely to be spent on each COVID-19 isolation coach; Rs 620 crore sanctioned so far
Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav said this was the budgetary estimate of the Railways for the 5,213 coaches which have been modified as isolation coaches and the money for it has already been received from the central Covid care fund.
With passenger trains having restarted across the country, what's it like to travel inter and intra-state? Watch this Firstpost exclusive to find out.
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Coronavirus outbreak: In UP's Mahoba, migrant labourers' families say nights sleepless, pockets empty and future uncertain
The Indian Railways has operated more than 1,600 Shramik Special trains to carry over 21.5 lakh migrant workers home since the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Yet, this endeavour seems like a drop in the ocean when compared to the scale of the crisis
The Indian Railways' most powerful 12000 HP Made in India locomotive made its maiden commercial run between Deen Dayal Upadhaya and Shivpur stations in Uttar Pradesh on Monday, the national transporter said
East Coast Railway invites applications for 663 posts in COVID-19 care centres; jobs open for para-medics, pharmacists and attendants
ECR notice said the positions are to ensure adequate preparedness for the Covid Care Centres in 169 coaches of 17 trains in the medical department of KUR Division
'No food, no water, no money': Back in UP's Banda on Shramik Special, migrant labourers look back on long journey home
Maneuvering the lockdown, contradictory government mandates and the always looming threat of both the virus and starvation, the first wave of migrants finally returned to their hometowns this week.
Emotions run high as first passenger train chugs into Bilaspur after 48 days; passengers brave long queues, elaborate screening protocol
The loud cheer and silent prayers as the train slithered off the platform conveyed what this journey meant to all aboard.