Indian Railway fan-photographers capture the drama of the trains that run the country
4 Jul
2016
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Indian Railway fan-photographers capture the drama of the trains that run the country »

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One of his photographs was taken in the misty Kachhwa Road station — a tiny outpost in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

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IRCTC e-catering set to go places
12 Mar
2016
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IRCTC e-catering set to go places »

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From the existing three, the e-catering service of Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) is to be taken to 30 more stations across the South Central Zone.

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Creating competition for Indian Railways
3 Feb
2016
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Creating competition for Indian Railways »

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As mentioned in the first part of this series, market competition is the best way to ensure autonomy of the Indian Railways.

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IRCTC introduces new booking rules for train travellers
30 Jan
2016
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IRCTC introduces new booking rules for train travellers »

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Some of us like to travel by road and some of us by air, but at no point can we avoid the Indian Railways. Be it an offbeat trip to a remote place or a holiday to a tourist destination, a train is always a good option for any Indian traveller.

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No Indian Railways tableau for Republic Day parade
22 Jan
2016
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No Indian Railways tableau for Republic Day parade »

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The Indian Railways will not be showcasing its projects or achievements at the Republic Day parade this year as its tableau has been rejected by an expert committee.

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Indian Railways: a vast bureaucracy tries to get back on track
12 Jan
2016
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Indian Railways: a vast bureaucracy tries to get back on track »

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When Suresh Prabhu became the Indian railways minister just over a year ago, he inherited an empire with 1.3m staff and even more pensioners; tracks that stretch for the equivalent of one and a half times the circumference of the globe; and 21,000 trains.

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Odisha a priority state for Indian Railways: Manoj Sinha
21 Dec
2015
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Odisha a priority state for Indian Railways: Manoj Sinha »

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Indian Railways is trying to broaden the rail network in Odisha as it is a priority state for the Centre, Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha said here today.

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Chennai Floods: Rail, Air Services Restored
9 Dec
2015
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Chennai Floods: Rail, Air Services Restored »

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Train services and flights today resumed operations in the city after days of disruption due to torrential rains that left thousands of passengers stranded.

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IN PICS: Deepika, Ranbir and their Tamasha with Indian Railways
23 Nov
2015
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IN PICS: Deepika, Ranbir and their Tamasha with Indian Railways »

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In a unique promotional bid, Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, alongwith director Imtiaz Ali embarked on an overnight train journey from Mumbai to Delhi for their upcoming Tamasha.

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RPF group ‘A’ officers hail 7th Pay Commission recommendations
22 Nov
2015
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Hailing the recommendations made by the Seventh Pay Commission, the Group ‘A’ officers of Railway Protection Force have said that when it is implemented, they would have a “synergised integration” with railway operations, resulting in a win-win situation for all.

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