From today, rail passengers can book train tickets online only six times a month instead of existing 10 on Indian Railways’ e-ticketing website IRCTC.Feb 15, 2016, 08:49 AM IST
In an attempt to facilitate travel of bonafide passengers and reduce misuse of ticketing system, the railways decided to extend the condition of carrying original proof of identity.Nov 02, 2012, 00:03 AM IST
In view of increased demand for rail e-tickets, Railways have decided to increase the limit for online bookings per day from 3.5 lakh at present to about four lakh in the next four months and later to eight lakh.Jul 03, 2012, 21:37 PM IST
Indian Railways are mulling the
sale of e-tickets on its portal which will end IRCTC`s
monopoly in e-ticketing business and provide multiple booking
avenues to rail passengers.