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DNA: Analysis of harmful materials being used by Indian Railways inside coaches - Part II

Analysing the security measures for passengers instituted by Indian Railway. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

DNA: Analysis of harmful materials being used by Indian Railways inside coaches

Analyzing the security measures for passengers instituted by Indian Railway. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Now tune into popular FM radio stations on trains with Rail Radio Service

Now tune into popular FM radio stations on trains with Rail Radio Service

Passengers can soon tune in to popular FM radio stations while travelling on trains, with the Indian Railway firming up plans to roll out a Rail Radio service for 'onboard infotainment' which would also come in handy in emergency situations and disasters.

Speed trial of Spanish-built Talgo train conducted on Bareilly-Moradabad rail route

Speed trial of Spanish-built Talgo train conducted on Bareilly-Moradabad rail route

The Indian Railways on Sunday conducted the much-awaited speed trial of Spanish-built Talgo train between Bareilly and Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh. 

First bullet train to run in India by 2023: Suresh Prabhu

First bullet train to run in India by 2023: Suresh Prabhu

The bullet train is expected to cover 508 km between Mumbai and Ahmedabad in about two hours, running at a maximum speed of 350 kmph and operating speed of 320 kmph.

Free WiFi at Mumbai's railway station

The Indian Railway has chosen 15 stations of Mumbai to provide free wifi.

Indian Railway takes action against GRP official in bribe case

A video of a GRP official taking the bribe from passengers in a train reaches to Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, after the video the minister has suspended the official.

 Government to soon roll out Rs 8-lakh crore railway infrastructure plan

Government to soon roll out Rs 8-lakh crore railway infrastructure plan

Plagued with a long spell of underinvestment, Indian Railway is firming up a plan for infrastructure development with an ambitious target of pumping in more than Rs 8 lakh crore over the next four years.

Cancelling train tickets to be just a phone call away

Cancelling train tickets to be just a phone call away

 Indian Railway is set to launch a facility next month for the hassled passengers who find it hard to reach its counters within the stipulated time to cancel their confirmed tickets and claim refund.

Bullet train will be in self-financing mode: Suresh Prabhu

Bullet train will be in self-financing mode: Suresh Prabhu

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Wednesday said the Mumbai-Ahemdabad Bullet train being built with Japanese assistance will be more or less in the self-financing mode and will significantly help the public transporter in upgrading technology.

IRCTC provides good quality food at low prices

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Rail Budget 2016: Suresh Prabhu likely to hike passenger fares by up to 10%

Rail Budget 2016: Suresh Prabhu likely to hike passenger fares by up to 10%

The proposal is being considered against the backdrop of a decline in both passenger and freight earnings and the additional burden of Rs 32,000 cr towards implementing the 7th pay commission recommendations.

Now travel between Delhi-Agra in just 105 minutes on Gatiman Express

Now travel between Delhi-Agra in just 105 minutes on Gatiman Express

Semi-high speed train between Delhi and Agra, Gatiman Express, which will run at a maximum speed of 160 kmph and cover a 200-km distance in about 105 minutes, will be operated by Railways for a year on a pilot basis.

Railway may do away with concessional travel in AC-1

Railway may do away with concessional travel in AC-1

Travelling AC 1st class on trains on concessional tickets may become a thing of past, with the public transporter starting a review of the facility extended to various people, including senior citizens, patients and sportspersons.

Railways to manufacture locos that run on diesel, electricity

Railways to manufacture locos that run on diesel, electricity

In a first for Indian Railway, diesel locomotives will soon haul trains by drawing power through overhead wires on an electrified route, with the public transporter embarking upon manufacturing dual-mode engines.

DNA: Baby girl survives fall onto train tracks after mother gives birth in toilet

A pregnant woman travelling in a moving train, gave birth to her child in train's toilet, who fell on the train track from the toilet pipe. Despite of this, both mother and child are safe and sound.

Railways increases Tatkal ticket charges, new rates from December 25

 Railways has increased Tatkal ticket charges.

Now dedicated counter for cancellation, refund at railway stations

Now dedicated counter for cancellation, refund at railway stations

Ticket cancellation and availing of refund has been made easier as a dedicated counter for this purpose is being set up at the existing passenger reservation facilities at its various stations, railways said Tuesday.

Suresh Prabhu defends double ticket cancellation charges

The new rules for cancellation of train tickets will not cause inconvenience to passengers, rather it will help in checking black marketeering of tickets, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said.

Congress govts responsible for 'backwardness' of railways: Suresh Prabhu

Congress govts responsible for 'backwardness' of railways: Suresh Prabhu

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Monday held Congress responsible for "backwardness" of the Railways and said that despite ruling for the maximum period its governments failed to take necessary steps for development of the country's "lifeline".