New Delhi: With a view to facilitate convenient booking of reserved and unreserved tickets by passengers through cashless modes of payment viz. Credit / Debit cards even at the ticket booking counters, Indian Railways has decided to install 10,000 PoS (Point of Sale / swipe) machines at railway stations and
New Delhi: Indian Railways e-Ticketing System caters to over 10 lakhs passengers daily (comprising 58 percent of total reserved passengers) who can book Railways reserved tickets without leaving their homes or offices. To increase the ease to users, a new Android based mobile app for reserved booking ‘IRCTC Rail Connect’
Due to derailment of a goods train at Wihirgaon in Kazipet – Balharshah section on South Central Railway, the following will be the changes in train services:
New Delhi: In pursuance of the announcement made by Government of India for promotion of digital and cashless economy, Ministry of Railways has initiated some additional incentives and measures. The following package of incentives and measures are effective from 1st January 2017.
In continuation with its earlier announcement of providing 10% rebate in the basic fare on the vacant berths / seats after preparation of first chart in Rajdhani / Duronto / Shatabdi trains, Indian Railways has decided to extend this rebate in the reserved class of all other trains w.e.f. 01.01.2017