If you are bound to face difficulty during booking railway ticket online then you should not be bother about the problems as Railway Minister has admits the fact that various kinds of complaints are troubling the IRCTC sites. Railway Minister P.K. Bansal admitted that there are some trouble with IRCTC sites and various kinds of complaints related to the website had been received.
To foil any terror strike, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is planning to install 900 more CCTV cameras across the Delhi Metro network this year, its chief said Friday. "In at attempt to develop immediate attention to suspicious object or activities, the force is planning for the installation of 900 more CCTV cameras which will cover vulnerable areas across Delhi Metro," said CISF Director General Rajiv.
A large number of candidate having applied for Jaipur Metro are looking to download Jaipur Metro JMRC Admit card for 23rd December 2012 exam. The examination will be held in two shifts. A large number of candidate having applied for Jaipur Metro are looking to download Jaipur Metro JMRC Admit card for 23rd December 2012 exam. The examination will be held in two shifts.
More than 84 trains were delayed due to the thick fog that enveloped the Uttar Pradesh capital and most parts of the state early Saturday, officials here said. A Railway spokesperson said the thick fog, which started Friday and became denser Saturday, threw the train schedule haywire and more than 84 trains were running late by several hours. The long-distance trains were most effected due to the thick fog cover in Uttar Pradesh and parts of Bihar, he added.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, in a statement Monday, said nine metro stations would remain closed Monday, after protests in central Delhi turned violent Sunday. Entry and exit of commuters at metro stations in Pragati Maidan, Mandi House, Barakhamba Road, Rajiv Chowk, Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhavan, Race Course, and Khan Market, will not be allowed, till further notice, the statement said.
5 of the 9 Delhi Metro stations, which had been shut down to curb the flow of protesters to India Gate were opened on Tuesday. Five Metro stations that have been opened are: Pragati Maidan Mandi House Barakhamba Road Rajiv Chowk Khan Market
Delhi's Lt. Governor Tejendra Khanna has asked the Delhi Metro to extend its services to enhance safety and security of commuters in general and women in particular, an official said Thursday. "A group of college students from I.P. College in Delhi university and many women organisations has suggested to the Lt Governor that Delhi Metro be asked to extend services, as it is the safest mode of transport in Delhi," Ranjan Mukherjee, officer on special duty (OSD) to Khanna, told IANS.
Moving one another step towards the helping attitude for its commuters, Delhi Metro has installed automatic add value machine for the benefit of passengers. Delhi Metro has installed such a automatic add value machine and a lot are to be installed in near future.
Female passengers will have trouble-free baggage scanning at Delhi Metro stations in new frisking booths, chief of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) said. After several complaints of baggage theft, CISF is planning special booths where women commuters can watch their belongings while being frisked. Currently, frisking & baggage scanning are done at separate points. Paramilitary force has taken up matter with DMRC & matter is under in consideration, said Rajiv, CISF director…
Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram Thursday allocated Rs. 3120-crore to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for its projects of phase-III. A length of 103 km of tracks is targeted in Phase-III project. Presenting to Union Budget for financial year (FY) 2013-14, FM P Chidambaram Thursday announced a hefty amount to Urban Development Ministry in which one of the largest chunks will be spent on Delhi Metro.