Mar 10, 2015

WRly to run Premium superfast speical train between BDTS-Gorakhpur and Ahmedabad-Delhi

WRLY TO RUN TWO PREMIUM SUPERFAST SPECIAL TRAINS BETWEEN BANDRA TR.-GORAKHPUR AND AHMEDABAD-DELHI SARAI ROHILLA
            To clear extra rush during summer vacations, Western Railway will run Two premium superfast special trains between Bandra tr. and Gorakhpur &  Ahmedabad & Delhi Sarai Rohilla.
ØBandra(T)-Gorakhpur (Weekly) Premium Super Fast Special Train (26 services)
Train No. 09015 Bandra (T)- Gorakhpur Weekly Premium Super Fast Special train will leave Bandra (T) at 05.10 hrs o­n every Sunday and will reach Gorakhpur at 14.40 hrs, the next day. This train will run from 5th April to 28th June, 2015.
Similarly, in return direction Train No. 09016 Gorakhpur - Bandra (T) Weekly Premium Super Fast Special train will leave Gorakhpur at 07.00 hrs o­n every Tuesday and reach Bandra (T) at 17.35 hrs, the next day. This train will run from 7th April to 30th June, 2015.
The train will have AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper class Coaches & Pantry Car.
The train will halt at Borivali, Surat, Kota, Kanpur Central and Lucknow stations in both directions.
ØAhmedabad – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Premium AC Superfast (Tri-weekly) Special Train  (12 services)
Train No. 09417 Ahmedabad-Delhi Sarai Rohilla (Tri-weekly) Premium AC Superfast Special train will depart from Ahmedabad at 16.10 hrs o­n every Tuesday, Friday & Sunday and reach Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 06.50 hrs. o­n its respective  next day. This train will run from 3rd April to 14th April, 2015.
Similarly, Train No. 09418 Delhi Sarai Rohilla - Ahmedabad (Tri-Weekly) Premium AC   Superfast Special train will depart from Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 16.15 hrs o­n every Wednesday, Saturday & Monday   and reach Ahmedabad at 07.00 hrs o­n its respective next day. This train will run from 4th April to 15th April, 2015.
            The train will halt at Palanpur, Abu Road, Ajmer, Jaipur and Gurgaon stations in both directions.
The train will have AC II Tier and AC III Tier Coaches and pantry car.
Booking for these Premium trains will open 15 days prior to the date of journey as per Advance Reservation period scheduled for Premium trains.
                                            ******

source
(Sharat Chandrayan)
Chief Public Relations Officer

BCT-NDLS premium train extended

WR EXTENDS RUN OF TRI - WEEKLY PREMIUM AC SUPERFAST SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN
 MUMBAI CENTRAL & NEW DELHI
upto 15th APRIL, 2015. 
Booking for extended trips available o­n internet
Train No. 22913 Mumbai Central – New Delhi Tri-Weekly Premium AC Superfast Special train departing Mumbai Central at 16:00 hrs o­n Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and reaching New Delhi at 08.00 hrs the next day is further extended upto 15th April, 2015. The extended trips are from 11th March, 2015 to 15th April, 2015.
Similarly, Train No. 22914 New Delhi - Mumbai Central Tri-Weekly Premium AC Superfast Special train departing New Delhi at 14.45 hrs o­n Thursday, Saturday and Monday and arriving Mumbai Central at 06.55 hrs the next day is further extended upto 16th April, 2015. The extended trips are from 12th March, 2015 to 16th April, 2015
.
Enroute train halts o­nly at Vadodara and Kotastations. The train has AC II Tier, AC III Tier & Pantry car
The booking of these trains will be available o­nly through Internet.The booking of extended trips of train no. 22913 for the first Six  trips departing Mumbai Central will be opened from 7th March, 2015 and for rest of the trips it will be available as per Advance Reservation Period of 15 days (excluding day of journey), o­nly through internet, that is IRCTC’s portal and not through the counters at reservation centres. The passengers are required to carry the prescribed original photo identity card which is used at the time of booking. The fares applicable for each day/transaction shall be indicated at the time of booking o­n the IRCTC’s e-ticketing website.

WRly to run speical train between BDTS-Allhabad

Bandra(T)- Allahabad Weekly Special Train (26 services)
Train No. 09017 Bandra (T)- Allahabad Weekly Special train will leave Bandra (T) at 04.45 hrs o­n every Thursday and reach Allahabad Jn at 08.50 hrs, the next day. This train will run from 2nd April to 25th June, 2015.      
Similarly, in return direction Train No. 09018 Allahabad - Bandra (T) Weekly Special train will leave Allahabad at 10.25 hrs o­n every Friday and reach Bandra (T) at 16.10 hrs, the next day. This train will run from 3rd April to 26th June, 2015.      
          The train has AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper class and Second Class General Coaches.
The train will halt at Borivali, Vapi, Udhna, Nandurbar, Amalner, Jalgaon, Bhusaval, Khandwa, Itarsi, Pipariya, Narsinghpur, Jabalpur, Katni Jn, Satna and Manikpur stations in both directions.
Booking for train No. 09017 will be opened from 10th March, 2015 at all Passenger Reservation Centre.
                                                   ***********

source
(Sharat Chandrayan)
Chief Public Relations Officer

24 Special Trains to Clear Extra Rush

Central Railway will run 24 Special Trains to clear extra rush of passengers as per details given below:



A) DADAR-SAWANTWADI ROAD SPECIALS (8 TRIPS)

01095 Special will leave Dadar o­n every Tue, Fri & Sun from 13.3.2015 to 20.3.2015 (4 trips) at 0750 hrs and arrive Sawantwadi Road at 2030 hrs same day.

01096 Special will leave Sawantwadi Road o­n every Wed, Sat & Mon from 14.3.2015 to 21.3.2015 (4 trips) at 0450 hrs and arrive Dadar at 1610 hrs same day.

HALTS: Thane, Panvel, Roha, Mangaon, Khed, Chiplun, Savarda, Sangameshwar Road, Ratnagiri, Adavali, Vilavade, Rajapur Road, Vaibhavwadi Road, Kankavali, Sindhudurg, Kudal, Zarap

COMPOSITION: o­ne AC Chair Car, 7 Second Class Seating, 2 General Second Class, 2 General Second Class cum Guard’s Brake Vans.



B) LOKMANYA TILAK TERMINUS-KARMALI SUPERFAST SPECIALS (4 TRIPS)

01039 Superfast Special will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus o­n 13.3.2015 & 20.3.2015 (2 trips) at 0110 hrs and arrive Karmali at 1100 hrs same day.

01040 Superfast Special will leave Karmali o­n 13.3.2015 & 20.3.2015 (2 trips) at 1400 hrs and arrive Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 2355 hrs same day.

HALTS: Thane, Panvel, Chiplun, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal.

COMPOSITION: o­ne First AC, Two AC-2 Tier, 8 AC-3 Tier, o­ne Pantry Car, 2 Luggage cum Generator Vans.



C) SOLAPUR-NAGPUR SPECIALS (6 TRIPS)

01401 Special will leave Solapur o­n every Wed from 11.3.2015 to 25.3.2015 (3 trips) at 1520 hrs and arrive Nagpur at 1235 hrs next day.

01402 Special will leave Nagpur o­n every Thu from 12.3.2015 to 26.3.2015 (3 trips) at 1500 hrs and arrive Solapur at 1135 hrs next day.

HALTS: Mohol, Madha, Kurduwadi, Barshi Town, Usmanabad, Latur, Latur Road, Parli-Vaijnath, Parbhani, Purna, Hingoli, Washim, Akola, Murtazapur, Badnera, Chandur, Dhamangaon, Pulgaon, Wardha.

COMPOSITION: o­ne First AC cum AC-2 Tier, Two AC-3 Tier, 4 Sleeper Class, 3 General Second Class, 2 General Second Class cum Guard’s Brake Vans.



D) BHUSAVAL-DHULE SPECIALS (6 TRIPS)

01405 Special will leave Bhusaval o­n every Mon from 16.3.2015 to 30.3.2015 (3 trips) at 1835 hrs and arrive Dhule at 2305 hrs same day.

01406 Special will leave Dhule o­n every Tue from 17.3.2015 to 31.3.2015 (3 trips) 0520 hrs and arrive Bhusaval at 0925 hrs same day.

HALTS: Jalgaon, Pachora, Chalisgaon, Jamdha, Shirud

COMPOSITION: o­ne AC Chair Car, 2 Second Class Seating, 6 General Second Class, 2 General Second Class cum Guard’s Brake Vans.



RESERVATION: Bookings for 01095, 01039, 01401/01402, 01405/01406 open from 8.3.2015

--- ---- ---- ----

Date: March 7, 2015

This news comes to you from the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai

source 
(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer

Railways’ Revenue Earnings up by 12.93 Per cent During April 2014 – February 2015

The total approximate earnings of Indian Railways on originating basis during 1st April 2014 to 28th February 2015 were Rs. 142358.27 crore compared to Rs. 126064.06 crore during the same period last year, registering an increase of 12.93 per cent. 

The total approximate earnings from goods during 1st April 2014 –28th February 2015 were Rs. 96613.19 crore compared to Rs. 85666.65 crore during the same period last year, registering an increase of 12.78 per cent. 

The total approximate revenue earnings from passengers during 1st April 2014 – 28th February 2015 were Rs. 38726.74 crore compared to Rs. 33755.50 crore during the same period last year, registering an increase of 14.73 percent. 

The approximate revenue earnings from other coaching amounted to Rs.3682.44 crore during April 2014 – February 2015 compared to Rs. 3480.33 crore during the same period last year, registering an increase of 5.81 per cent. 

The total approximate numbers of passengers booked during 1st April 2014 – 28th February 2015 were 7546.49 million compared to 7709.62 million during the same period last year, showing a decrease of 2.12 per cent. In the suburban and non-suburban sectors, the numbers of passengers booked during April 2014 – February 2015 were 4132.73 million and 3413.76 million compared to 4168.17 million and 3541.45 million registering a decrease of 0.85 per cent and 3.61 per cent respectively during the same period last year. 

SOURCE - PIB

Railways Takes Measures to Enhance Safety & Security of Passengers

 The measures taken by the Railways to improve safety and security of passengers are as under:-
1.                 On vulnerable and identified routes/ sections, 1300 trains (on an average) are escorted by Railway Protection Force daily, in addition to 2200 trains escorted by Government Railway Police of different States daily.
2.                 An Integrated Security System consisting of electronic surveillance of vulnerable stations through Close Circuit Television Camera Network, access control, Anti-sabotage checks has been finalized to strengthen surveillance mechanism over 202 sensitive Railway stations.
3.                 Security Helpline Number ‘182’ has been operational at all zonal railways to enable all rail passengers including ladies in distress to seek security related assistance round the clock. 
4.                 To empower the RPF to create a more effective security mechanism over Indian Railways, a proposal for amendment in the RPF Act has been moved by the Ministry of Railways with the approval of the Ministries of Law and Justice and Home Affairs.
5.                  RPF holds regular coordination meetings with State Police at all levels to ensure proper registration and investigation of crime by Government Railway Police (GRP).
Policing on Railways is a State Subject and prevention of crime, registration of cases and their investigation in Railway premises as well as on running trains including creation of secure environment for women passengers are, therefore, the statutory responsibility of the State Governments, which they discharge through Government Railway Police (GRP) of the States concerned. However, Railway Protection Force (RPF) supplements the efforts of Government Railway Police by deploying its staff for escorting of important trains in affected areas and access control duties at important and sensitive stations.
This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha
SOURCE - PIB

Government Encourages Private/Foreign Direct Investment in Railway Sector

The Ministry of Railways has issued Sectoral guidelines for Domestic/Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in November, 2014. The following areas have been identified for Private/Foreign Direct Investment: (i) Suburban corridors through Public Private Partnership (PPP); (ii) High speed train projects; (iii) Dedicated freight lines; (iv) Rolling stock including trains sets and locomotive/coaches manufacturing and maintenance facilities; (v) Railway electrification; (vi) Signaling system; (vii) Freight terminals; (viii) Passenger terminals; (ix) Testing facilities and laboratories; (x) Non- Conventional Sources of Energy; (xi) Railway Technical Training Institutes; (xii) Concessioning of standalone passenger corridors (branch lines, hill railways etc.); (xiii) Mechanized Laundry; (xiv) Rolling stock procurement; (xv) Bio-toilets; (xvi) Technological solutions for manned and unmanned level crossings; (xvii) Technological solutions to improve Safety and reduce accidents. 

Modernisation of existing assets and improvement in passenger amenities is an important and ongoing process on Indian Railways. The areas include track and bridges, mechanized maintenance of track, automatic signalling, higher capacity wagons, electrification, new generation diesel and electric locomotives, green toilets on passenger trains, modernization of stations and terminals, quality of bed linen, provision of 24X7 helpline, ticketing, catering services, entertainment facilities on-board, enhancement of train capacity, Wi-Fi facility at stations etc. 

Also a Participative Policy for rail connectivity and capacity augmentation was issued on 10.12.2012 which provides five models for building rail connectivity. 

No specific investment proposal has been received since the opening of FDI in Rail Transport. However, approximately ` 10,000 crore private investment have been committed for 19 projects under different participative models. 

An Investors Meet was organised on 5th December, 2014 and discussions with potential investors have been held to attract private investments. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha 

SOURCE - PIB

Use of Alternate Fuel on Indian Railways

Based on expert advice from Research Designs and Standards Organisation (RDSO) and Indian Railways Organisation for Alternate Fuels (IROAF), it was decided to blend 5 per cent Bio-diesel on diesel locomotives. Dual fuel engines with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and diesel have been introduced on Diesel Electric Multiple Units (DEMUs). Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) is fitted on diesel locomotives to reduce fuel consumption during idling by shutting down main engine. multigenset locomotives, designed to have more than one engine on board, with number of engines working in relation to train load and shutting down on reduced train loads and duty cycles, have been introduced.
Central Electricity authority (CEA) was appointed by Railways for preparing “Energy plan for Indian Railways” and suggesting ways to optimize the cost of buying power for the Railways.
Salient recommendations in CEA Report are as follows:
1.      Indian Railways to migrate part of existing traction loads from DISCOMs in a phased manner and procure the same from Generating companies (GENCO) through tariff based bidding/ bilateral arrangements.
2.      Indian Railways to explore constructing Railways Transmission line for direct connection to Inter-state Transmission Line for direct connection to Inter-state Transmission System (ISTS)
3.      Carry out detailed energy audits.
            Zonal Railways have been advised to procure Bio-diesel for use on diesel locomotives. DEMU train sets have been introduced in service with dual fuel CNG/ diesel engines. 100 diesel locomotives are fitted with APUs. Two multigenset locomotives are introduced on line.
: The steps taken by Railways to bring down expenditure on electricity are:
Setting up of captive power plant at Nabinagar in Joint Venture (JV) with NTPC, construction of transmission lines, getting power at economic tariff through bilateral arrangements with Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and other Generating Companies (GENCOS) progressively and auditing of major electrical installations.
                        This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

Feasibility Study of High Speed Trains

The first sector identified for introduction of High Speed trains/bullet trains in the country is Mumbai-Ahmedabad. For this sector, two studies, one - a joint feasibility study, co-financed by India and Japan and another - a business development study by French Railways (SNCF) have been undertaken. Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has submitted first interim report in July 2014 and Second interim report was submitted in November 2014. SNCF has submitted the report in September, 2014. 

Government is undertaking a feasibility study for Diamond Quadrilateral Network of High Speed trains comprising of four sides i.e. (i) Delhi-Mumbai, (ii) Mumbai-Chennai, (iii) Chennai-Kolkata, (iv) Kolkata-Delhi and both diagonals i.e. (v) Delhi-Chennai and (vi) Mumbai-Kolkata. The total length of network will be approx. 10,000 km. Delhi-Chennai section has been identified for feasibility study in cooperation with Govt. of China. 

Other sections where pre-feasibility studies for high speed rail have been completed / in progress are as below:-

(i)Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Varanasi -Patna – 991 km, (ii) Howrah-Haldia – 135 km, (iii) Hyderabad-Dornakal-Vijaywada -Chennai – 664 km , (iv) Chennai-Bangalore-Coimbatore-Ernakulam-Thiruvananthapuram – 850 km, (v) Delhi-Chandigarh-Amritsar- 450 km & (vi) Delhi-Jaipur-Ajmer-Jodhpur - 591 km. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

SOURCE - PIB

Construction of High Speed Dedicated Freight Corridors on Railways


The Ministry of Railways has sanctioned implementation of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC) and Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) with freight train speeds of maximum 100 Kmph. 

Alignment for both WDFC & EDFC has been finalized. WDFC starts from Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), Mumbai and passes through the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, and terminate at Dadri in Uttar Pradesh. The total length of the Western DFC is about 1500 Kms. 

The Eastern Freight Corridor, starts from Sahnewal near Ludhiana in Punjab and passes through the States of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and terminate at Dankuni in West Bengal, total length being 1856 Kms. 

As regards land acquisition, award of 20 F (Compensation Award) under Railway Amendment Act 2008, for 80% of land has been completed. Civil Contracts of about 1100 km and System Contract of 945 km have been finalized. Civil works are progressing in Khurja-Kanpur, Mughalsarai-Sonnagar Section of EDFC and in Rewari-Palanpur Section of WDFC. 

Excluding Sonnagar –Dankuni Section of EDFC, WDFC and EDFC is targeted to be completed in December 2019. Project implementation schedule, timelines have been drawn up and are being monitored on regular basis.

Apart from EDFC & WDFC, Preliminary Engineering Cum Traffic Surveys (PETS) have been taken up for the following DFCs:- 

• East-West Corridor (Kolkata-Mumbai) - It will traverse through the States of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. 

• North-South Corridor (Delhi-Chennai): - It will traverse through the States of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. 

• East Coast Corridor (Kharagpur-Vijaywada): - It will traverse through the States of West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. 

• Southern Corridor (Chennai-Goa): - It will traverse through the States of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Goa. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question 
source - pib


 

NEXT POST

EMPLOYEE NEWS CENTER

READ MORE -

Rail News - Public service (4210) Rail News - Public service (3470) Rail News - Rail Employee (2318) DIVISION - JABALPUR (357) Rail News - Rail Development (315) News - Spl Train (262) News - General (225) DIVISION - BHOPAL (202) Rail News - Job - Career (200) Rail news - Metro (193) Rail News - Circulars (138) DIVISION - HUBLI (128) DIVISION - MORADABAD (122) Office Order (105) DIVISION - ALLAHABAD (93) World Rail News (85) Rail news - Public Alert (79) News - Loco Pilot (73) Rail News - Rail Budget (69) HIGH SPEED RAIL (68) Rail News - 7th Pay Commission (62) Rail News - New Train (61) Improvement in Facilities (58) Rail News - Railway Safety (58) Accidents (55) Rail Development (54) Rail news - World Rail (49) Rail News - Tourism (38) News- Railway Exam Result (35) Rail News - Freight Services (35) DIVISION - Delhi (34) Public Interest (32) Rail News - Sports (32) Trade Union (32) Award (30) Bonus (PLB) (30) PIB (29) Bullet train (28) new line (26) IRCTC (25) News - Dearness Allowance (24) Station Master (23) TATKAL TICKET (22) RPF / RPSF (21) Railway News - Metro (20) Complaint and Suggestions (19) Rail News - Security (19) News - Catering (18) News - Job - Career (18) Mumbai local (17) Railway Pensioners (17) Railway time table (17) News - New Tech (16) News - Railway Employee (16) ‘Premium’ Special Trains (15) Circulars - Govt of India (14) Rail News - Railway Revenue (14) Rail news - Employment Notification (14) Railway News - Delhi Metro (14) Know About (13) Rail News - Special Train (13) Scam (13) Railway Board (12) Railway Joke (12) Catering Related Complaints (11) DIVISION - RAIPUR (11) Freight Corridor (11) Rail News - Security (11) Dedicated Freight Corridors (10) AISMA (9) Rail News - New Rail Line (9) Budget (8) DIVISION - Ambala (8) Employee News (8) News - Exam Result (8) PHOTO (8) Passenger Amenities (8) Premium Air-Conditioned (8) Railway pass (8) World Rail - China (8) fares hikes (8) semi-high speed (8) INCOME TAX (7) Indian Railway History (7) Night Duty Allowance (7) Rail Accidents (7) Rail budget (7) online tickets (7) Central Railway (6) International Railway (6) Mono Rail (6) Mumbai Metro (6) News - Budget (6) Public Grievances (6) Rail Fares (6) Railway Safety (6) Ticket Booking (6) World Rail - Japan (6) extra coaches (6) guard (6) Always Important (5) Drinking Water (5) HELP (5) Holiday Trains (5) IRCON (5) LOCOMOTIVE (5) Zone - Western Railway (5) booking counters (5) hi-tech (5) macp (5) Coaches (4) Food plazas (4) IMPORTANT RULE (4) Mumbai (4) News - Railway Rule (4) RAIL TEL (4) Rail History (4) Rail Neer (4) Rail News - Business (4) Rail News - Rules (4) Railway Minister (4) Train Cancellation (4) World Rail - Pakistan (4) Zone - South Central Railway (4) e-ticket booking (4) escalators (4) AIR - RAIL (3) Booking - Parcel (3) CCTV (3) Children Education Allowance (3) DOUBLE DECKER TRAIN (3) Electrification (3) Konkan railway (3) Medical Allowance (3) Member Engineering (3) Modal Question Paper (3) News- Railway Exam (3) PASS (3) Question Bank (3) Rail News - China (3) Rail fare hike (3) Suvidha Train (3) TRANSFER POLICY (3) VAISHNO DEVI (3) reservation (3) tatkal ticket (3) Booking - Luggage (2) D & A RULE (2) Extension of train services (2) Khumbn Mela (2) LDCE (2) Leave Rule (2) MATHERAN (2) MOBILE APPS (2) Minister of State for Railways (2) National Rail Museum (2) News - Rail Road (2) News -World Film (2) OROP (2) Passenger Reservation System (2) Police help desk (2) Provident Fund interest (2) Rail News - Goods Train (2) Railway Protection Force (2) Railway Proud (2) Railway Stations (2) Retiring Rooms (2) Revenue earnings (2) South Eastern Railway (2) Zone - East Central Railway (2) Zone - N E RLY (2) Zone - Northern Railway (2) Zone - Southern Railway (2) new pension scheme (2) ALER (1) Air Travel (1) DIVISION - CENTRAL RAILWAY (1) DIVISION - MADURAI (1) DIVISION - VIJAYWADA (1) Directory (1) Division - Rangia (1) FOOT OVER BRIDGE (1) FORMS (1) Government Railway Police (1) House Rent Allowance (1) Interesting Facts (1) JAIPUR (1) LARGESS (1) LONDON (1) Lifeline Express (1) MST (1) Measures Against Fire (1) Medical Care (1) Ministry of Railway (1) News - TV (1) Passenger Security (1) RDSO (1) Rail - Roko (1) Rail Bridges (1) Rail News - Privatization (1) Rail News - Bengali (1) Rail News - Consumer Forum (1) Rail Tariff (1) Rail Tenders (1) Rail e-tickets (1) Railway Act (1) Railway Quarter (1) Railway Week (1) Rath Yatra (1) Road over Bridges work (1) SCRA (1) SKY BUS (1) Sainagar Shirdi (1) Suburban trains (1) Swadeshi (1) TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE (1) Ticket Examiner Staff (1) Track Man (1) WhatsApp (1) World Rail - New York (1) World Rail - Russia (1) World Rail - USA (1) World Rail - Washington (1) Zone - E RLY (1) Zone - N C RLY (1) Zone - North Western Railway (1) Zone - Northeast Frontier Railway (1) Zone - S E Railway (1) fire-fighting equipment (1) mobile ticket booking (1) railway station (1) smart card (1) wagon factories (1)

7th Pay Commission & Employee News Center

Followers