With Diwali and Chhath, just a matter of days away, the Indian Railways, in order to manage extra rush during the festive season, has introduced 78 special trains. The trains shall run till 15th November, and complete a total of 519 trips during the period. Read on to know more.
The Indian Railways offers 'Vikalp' scheme for waitlisted passengers to get a confirmed berth in an alternate train, running within 72 hours of the scheduled departure of the original train. The option is available during offline as well as online ticket bookings. Here's more on the scheme.
IRCTC offers tickets at concessional rates to a number of specified categories. The concessions vary between 10% and 100%, and the categories include disabled passengers, senior citizens, war widows, students, farmers, and sports-persons etc. Here are 10 rules you must know about concessions.
On Friday, when trains on UP's Murshadpur route started queuing up one after another, officials were confused why there was no green light. Calls were frantically made to Murshadpur Stationmaster De