IRCTC shares hit record high of Rs 1,008 in intra-day ahead of Mumbai-Ahmedabad Tejas Express launch
he railway will conduct an inaugural run of Tejas Express on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route on 17 January.
IRCTC to launch Tejas train between Ahmedabad and Mumbai on 17 January; passengers will be compensated in case of delay
The IRCTC, the catering and tourism arm of Indian Railways, is planning to imbibe regional delicacies from the local and ethnic cuisines to suit the taste buds of passengers.
Tejas Express signals steady start, posts Rs 70 lakh profit in first month of operations; average occupancy rate at 85%
The Tejas Express on the Lucknow-Delhi route is the Railways' first experience of running a train by non-railway operator and its own subsidiary IRCTC.
'Aarey not a forest’: Prakash Javadekar cites Bombay HC order to defend MMRCL’s move to fell trees for Mumbai Metro car shed
Prakash Javadekar on Saturday cited a Bombay High Court order to defend the Mumbai Metro Corporation's move to fell trees in Aarey Colony.
The Lucknow-Delhi Tejas Express was flagged off by Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow on Friday
IRCTC to charge 50 percent lesser fares for Delhi-Lucknow, Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express trains as compared to flights
Fares of two Tejas Express trains to be run by railway subsidiary IRCTC will be 50 percent less than that of flights on same routes, sources said Tuesday
In new timetable, Indian Railways promises one Antyodaya, two Tejas and Uday trains each within a year
The Indian Railways on Tuesday in its new timetable announced that it is all set to introduce more of its niche trains such as Antyodaya Express, Uday Express and Tejas Express in the next 12 months.
Indian Railways announces new timetable for 500 trains in order to cut travel time; halt time reduced from 1 Nov
In order to reduce the running time of close to 500 trains across zones, the Indian Railways recently announced a new timetable which will be applicable from 1 November.
Tejas Express food poisoning: Shiv Sena says Indian Railways focussing on 'showing off', playing with lives
The party's comments come two days after 26 people on the Mumbai-bound Tejas Express from Goa fell due to suspected food poisoning after eating breakfast on the premium train.
Tejas Express food poisoning: Railways' probe report is an eyewash; fix systemic flaws urgently to address the issue
It appears from the flurry of reports in the media and statements of Railways officials that some sort of coverup exercise could be afoot to brush aside the unpleasant incident which occurred on one of India’s newly launched luxury trains.
Tejas Express food poisoning: IRCTC suspends two officials, serves show-cause notice to catering contractor
A day after the shocking incident of food poisoning of 24 passengers on board the Goa-Mumbai Tejas Express, the IRCTC on Monday suspended two officials and served a show-cause notice to another, official sources said
Most of the 24 passengers, hospitalised after consuming food on board the Tejas Express between Goa and Mumbai on Sunday, ate their own cooked meals and there was nothing wrong with the food served on the train, the top officer of the railway catering service said on Monday.
Food poisoning on Tejas Express: Steep fares, dropping demand, catering concerns can derail Suresh Prabhu's dream project
The Indian Railways was left red-faced over its flagship Tejas Express train, after 26 people were hospitalised on Sunday due to food poisoning after they consumed food served on board.
Goa-Mumbai Tejas Express food poisoning: 26 fall ill after eating breakfast, IRCTC suspends catering manager
IRCTC assured that strict action would be taken against the contractor, if found guilty.
Passengers on Tejas Express smash LCD screens, soil toilets: We clearly don't understand civic duties
There was also so much litter on the Tejas Express that the shocked railway authorities had to appeal to the passengers.
The 20-coach modern train has executive class and chair class with the coaches having tea and coffee vending machines, magazines and snacks tables
Goa Tourism minister Manohar Ajgaonkar has welcomed the introduction of the semi-high speed Mumbai-Goa Tejas express.
Tejas Express boasts of ultra-modern amenities like on board infotainment, wi-fi, CCTV, fire and smoke detection facilities, tea/coffee vending machine etc
Ahead of its first run from Mumbai to Goa on 22 May, Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu inspected the high-speed premium train Tejas Express, which is equipped with modern facilities
Tejas coaches will also have integrated braille displays, digital destination boards, and electronic passenger reservation charts