Indian Railways's first television commercial - showing a 'human train' running through the streets and buildings of Kolkata - is a hit on YouTube. What hits you though, is that the Desh ka Mel train appears to have no seats for one half of India.
Many experts, who spoke to IANS, said it was tough to believe that the driver, co-driver and guard were inattentive while running a train at a speed of over 100 km per hour
Calcutta, July 19: An indigenous technology approved by the rail board may have saved 62 lives had the railways delivered on Mamata Banerjee’s promise to Parliament of “zero tolerance to accidents”.
Senior rail officials and passenger safety experts to
The IRCTC has set new standardised rates: Rs 3 for pot tea, Rs 4 for dip tea and Rs 5 for coffee.
In last four years, the two rail ministers — Lalu Prasad and Mamata Banerjee —