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RailTel to launch content on demand service in trains, railway stations from this month
Business

RailTel to launch content on demand service in trains, railway stations from this month

RailTel has roped in Margo Networks, a subsidiary of Zee Entertainment, to provide the CoD service onboard 8,731 trains and 5,952 railway stations

Coronavirus Outbreak: Railways cancels all train tickets booked for or before 30 June, passengers to get full refund
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Railways cancels all train tickets booked for or before 30 June, passengers to get full refund

Bookings made before and during the lockdown period for journeys till 30 June on regular trains have been cancelled and a full refund will be given to passengers, the Indian Railways has said.

Coronavirus pandemic: From cancelling trains to increasing platform tickets, Indian Railways goes full throttle to contain outbreak
India

Coronavirus pandemic: From cancelling trains to increasing platform tickets, Indian Railways goes full throttle to contain outbreak

As India grapples to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic in the country with cases crossing the 160 mark, the Indian Railways has taken steps to minimise the outbreak in the country. It cancelled a total of 168 trains due to low occupancy after the COVID-19 outbreak and announced that these trains will remain suspended from 20 March to 31 March.

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

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.

Indian Railways to install CCTV cameras in nearly 100 ladies coaches
India

Indian Railways to install CCTV cameras in nearly 100 ladies coaches

With a view to strengthen security of women passengers in trains, Railways has decided to install CCTV cameras in about 100 ladies coaches in a few selected trains.

Google Doodle marks 160 years of India's first passenger train
Tech

Google Doodle marks 160 years of India's first passenger train

The Google Doodle today celebrates 160 years of India's first passenger train which moved out of Bori Bunder, in Bombay (now Mumbai), for its destination 34 kilometres away, Thane. The first passenger train line began working on 16 April, 1853.

Google Doodle marks 160 years of India's first passenger train
News & Analysis

Google Doodle marks 160 years of India's first passenger train

The Google Doodle today celebrates 160 years of India's first passenger train which moved out of Bori Bunder, in Bombay (now Mumbai), for its destination 34 kilometres away, Thane. The first passenger train line began working on 16 April, 1853.