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Mar 08, 2018
India celebrates International Women's Day: Nation vows to close gender gapWith vows to close the gender gap, International Women's Day, a day to celebrate and refresh commitments towards social and economic emancipation of nearly half of the world population, was celebrated with great fanfare across India
Oct 08, 2017
Arvind Kejriwal offers to pay 50% funds for Delhi Metro if Centre gives the restAmid a debate over a proposed metro fare hike, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday offered to provide half the funds for DMRC's finances for three months.
Dec 18, 2016
Driverless metro trains coming to Kolkata by 2018 says Indian RailwaysDriverless trains could soon be a reality for Kolkata Metro commuters in 2018.
Oct 07, 2015
Metro services disrupted in Kolkata after technical snagMetro train services were disrupted on Wednesday morning following a technical snag, an official said.
Jun 10, 2015
Chinese firm wins first foreign order to supply 14 trains to Kolkata MetroThe Kolkata order was secured by CNRC subsidiary company - CNR Dalian Locomotive and Rolling Stock Company in February.
Jun 23, 2014
Kolkata: Passengers collapse as metro gets stuck in tunnel for hoursAn Kolkata Metro PRO said that right after the incident occurred the passengers were evacuated. "Nobody was reported sick," he said, despite the television visuals that showed several passengers who had fainted being carried out.
Oct 16, 2013
Metro fares in Kolkata finally hiked after 13 yearsWhile the minimum revised fare, which would be charged from October 18, would be Rs five for a distance up to two km, for a distance between 30 km and 40 km, the fare would be Rs 30, a Metro Railway release said.
Feb 08, 2013
Kolkata Metro may soon increase faresFacing acute losses, the Metro Rail in Kolkata has sought a hike in passenger fares to reach a "no- profit-no-loss" situation.
Jul 31, 2012
No power in West Bengal, Mamata declares holidayLabelling it a "big disaster", state Power Minister Manish Gupta said that apart from some parts of Kolkata, there was no power in any of the 18 districts of the state due to the sudden collapse of the Eastern Grid.