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Delhi fog: Rail traffic affected; 52 trains delayed, five rescheduled

Delhi fog: Rail traffic affected; 52 trains delayed, five rescheduled

A thick blanket of fog disrupted train services at the new Delhi Railway station Saturday morning with at least 52 trains being delayed and five rescheduled.

52 Delhi-bound trains delayed, 12 rescheduled due to fog

52 Delhi-bound trains delayed, 12 rescheduled due to fog

With dense fog conditions prevailing in many parts of north India on Saturday, 52 Delhi-bound trains were delayed.

Festive rush: No sale of platform tickets at Delhi railway stations

Festive rush: No sale of platform tickets at Delhi railway stations

In a bid to cope with festive rush, Railways have said there will be no sale of platform tickets from October 27 to November 5 at major stations in Delhi Division, including New Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin.

Delhi minister claims Arvind Kejriwal's security detail leaked, seeks probe

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain told the Assembly on Friday that he will seek a probe from Delhi Police into the alleged leak of the security detail of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Arvind Kejriwal pushed by protestors at New Delhi railway station; AAP smells conspiracy, blames PM Modi

Arvind Kejriwal pushed by protestors at New Delhi railway station; AAP smells conspiracy, blames PM Modi

Delhi BJP women wing protested against Chief Minister​ Arvind Kejriwal at the New Delhi Railway Station this morning.

Sex CD row: CM Kejriwal mobbed, chased at Delhi railway station, faces protest by BJP workers

Sex CD row: CM Kejriwal mobbed, chased at Delhi railway station, faces protest by BJP workers

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was on Thursday mobbed and chased by the BJP women's wing workers as he arrived at the New Delhi railway station to board a train for Punjab.

Raging Jat protests in Haryana hits Railways hard, over 700 trains cancelled

Raging Jat protests in Haryana hits Railways hard, over 700 trains cancelled

Northern Railways has cancelled about 700 trains and over 100 trains have been delayed or diverted due to ongoing Jat reservation protests in Haryana .

IRCTC to offer 'aam papad', 'hari mirch' and many more varieties of tea on trains

IRCTC to offer 'aam papad', 'hari mirch' and many more varieties of tea on trains

Now travelling by Indian Railways is going to be more joyful with availability of over 25 varieties of tea during the journey. According to the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation ( IRCTC ), these 25 varieties of tea can be further customised to over 12,000 ways according to the taste of passengers. 

New Delhi Railway Station bomb threat a hoax, trains resume after clearance

New Delhi Railway Station bomb threat a hoax, trains resume after clearance

New Delhi-Lucknow Shatabdi Express was halted and evacuated at Ghaziabad Railway station after a bomb threat in all Kanpur-bound trains on Sunday morning. Trains were later allowed to leave after the threat turned out to be hoax.

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Good news! IRCTC, UPSRTC launch AC bus services

Good news! IRCTC, UPSRTC launch AC bus services

Here’s good news for railway commuters. IRCTC has teamed up with UPSRTC to launch AC deluxe bus services named Jan Rath.

Wi-fi service launched at New Delhi railway station

Close to 5 lakh passengers travelling via the New Delhi railway station, the busiest in the country, will now be able to connect to the internet through the wi-fi service, which was launched at the station here on Monday.

Wi-fi to be launched Thursday at New Delhi railway station

The wi-fi facility shall be available free of cost for an initial period of 30 minutes and would require the people at the station to register for the same through their mobile phones.