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Indian Railways Latest News

Railways registers 9% increase in freight loading in Nov 2020

Freight figures of Indian Railways continue to maintain the high momentum in terms of earnings and loading in the month of November 2020 for Indian Railways

Indian Railways launches digitised online HRMS, employees can check PF status online

In order to improve the efficiency and productivity of the railway system, Indian Railways has fully digitised online human resource management system (HRMS)

Railways registers 15% increase in freight loading, earnings go up by 9% in Oct 2020

In the month of October 2020, Indian Railways freight loading was 108.16 million tonnes which is 15 percent higher compare to last year’s loading for the same period (93.75 million tonnes)

Delhi set to receive south India’s first ‘Kisan Rail’

The newly introduced South India's first 'Kisan Rail' starts from Anantapur Railway Station in Andhra Pradesh and reaches Adarsh Nagar Station, New Delhi

Indian Railways registers over 10% jump in freight loading

On mission mode, Indian Railways overtakes last year’s earning as well loading for Freight by a big margin for the corresponding period of last year

Railways freight earnings increase despite COVID-19

As on August 19, Indian Railways freight earnings has  Rs 306.1 crore from freight loading services which is Rs 5.28 crore higher than the previous year for the same period

IRCTC and SBI Card launch co-branded contactless credit card

Designed to reward frequent railway travellers, the new co-branded IRCTC & SBI credit card offers the rail passengers maximum savings proposition on their travel

Indian Railways hands over 10 broad gauge locomotives to Bangladesh

Indian Railways has handed over 10 broad gauge locomotives to Bangladesh, which will help in handling the increasing volume of passenger and freight train operations in the country

Railways to run 2,600 more ‘Shramik Special’ trains in next 10 days

Indian Railways will operationalise 2,600 more 'Shramik Special' trains to carry over 36 lakhs stranded migrants to their home states

Trains are more punctual than earlier, says Indian Railways

Punctuality performance of Indian Railways has improved in 2019-20 in comparison to 2018-19 according to an internal assessment carried out by Ministry of Railways that says- Trains are more punctual now

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