Piyush Goyal says students can travel in Chennai suburban trains from 15 Feb, advises strict adherence to COVID guidelines
However, students are required to carry a valid photo identification card issued by their educational institutions and produce these while purchasing tickets or passes
Indian Railways hikes fares for passenger trains across network; revised amounts to be applicable from 1 January
The Indian Railways raised the basic passenger fares across the nation on Tuesday, which will be applicable from 1 January, 2020. The revised fare table was published by the Indian Railway Conference Association (IRCA), reports said.
Mumbai Rain Updates: Intermittent spells of light to moderate rain in city for next few hours; toll in Ratnagiri dam breach rises to 9
Mumbai rains, trains and weather LIVE Updates: The toll in Ratnagiri district's Tiware dam, which was breached earlier on Wednesday, has risen to nine with twenty four people still missing. The search and rescue operation is underway.
Changed schedule of trains due to Mumbai rains: IRCTC releases list of rakes cancelled, rescheduled, terminated
Cancelled Train Today, 3 July: Here is a list of trains terminated, rescheduled and cancelled by Western and Central Railway due to heavy rains in Mumbai
Mumbai at 'serious risk of flooding' between 3-5 July, predicts Skymet; high tide expected at 12.35 pm today
After witnessing the heaviest spell of rain on a single July day in the past 45 years, Mumbai braces up to face another spell of heavy to very heavy rainfall on Wednesday. Indian Meteorological Department has warned of intermittent downpour between 3 and 5 July with close to 200 millimeters (or more) rain expected per day
Over two months after Elphinstone stampede, army yet to send tech designs for foot-over bridges to railways
The multidisciplinary teams, set up in the wake of the Elphinstone Road station stampede, had also suggested a slew of steps to improve rail infrastructure and provide better amenities to suburban passengers, including setting up more CCTV cameras.
Rain-hit suburban train services in Mumbai are slowly limping back to normalcy with the first train chugging out of the Churchgate station around midnight.
Suburban stations in Mumbai would be made disabled-friendly and have facilities like low height ticket counters by 31 December, Railways on Thursday told the Bombay High Court.