No plan to stop train services, numbers will be increased on demand: Railway board chairman on Covid surge
The Railway Board chairman also ruled out the need for a COVID-negative certificate to travel by train.
The 5.6-metre last piece of metal was fitted at the highest point and joined the two arms of the arch that currently stretch towards each other from both the banks.
The zone also broke the previous record of highest freight loading of 202.56 million tonne achieved by erstwhile undivided South Eastern Railway in 2002-03.
Railway services to pre-COVID levels likely over next 2 months; currently 66 per cent trains operating
All regular passenger services of the Railways remain suspended since the lockdown was announced in March last year.
Privatisation of railway services, infra to benefit corporates; make it sick like Air India: Opposition
After Tejas Express, Niti Aayog has suggested running private trains and developing railway stations which was not fair, he said.
This work has been taken up to decongest the train movement at Tirupati station and to enhance safety.
According to railway officials, the new coach terminal was planned at Baiyappanahalli in the city to meet the demand to introduce more express trains connecting Bengaluru.
Railways ensures 100% compliance of payment of minimum wages to contract workers through Shramik Kalyan Portal
Indian Railway Shramik Kalyan e-application has been developed and launched on October 1 2018.
The production began after successful oscillation trials of the coach conducted on the Nagda-Kota-Sawai Madhopur section at a speed of 180 kmph, RCF General Manager Ravinder Gupta said.
Also, the average speed of freight trains in the month of February, 2021, has increased to 46.09 kmph.
Since the coronavirus-triggered lockdown was eased, the railways is running only special trains.
In addition, escalators have been commissioned at six stations – Egmore, Mambalam, Tambaram, Tiruvallur, Erode and Thanjavur – at Rs 16.61 crore.
Police recovered property worth Rs 4.50 lakh from him. Jagroop Singh, a resident of Ludhiana in Punjab, travelled in reserved compartments.
The railways will roll out Tejas sleeper type trains from February 15 with the introduction of the Agartala Rajdhani Special train.
To be installed in waiting areas, parking zones