Owing to spurt in Coronavirus cases, the Indian Railways may take action with immediate effect for a period of six months till further order issued in this regard.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), visibility recorded in Palam at half-past six in the morning was 300 meters.

More than 50 lakh people have visited SOU since its inauguration. This is higher than the footfall at Statute of Liberty in the USA. A survey states that as many as 1 lakh people will be able to visit Kevadia through the railway network.

Farmer unions have announced allowing resumption of all trains from the day after tomorrow for 15 days during which Central Govt should open talks.

The Railways had started operating passenger trains since May after the coronavirus-induced lockdown in March this year led to a halt in operations.

In the first stage, Delhi Metro services will operate in two shifts 7 AM to 11 AM and 4 PM to 8 PM. Normal operations will start from the 12th of this month.

Railways has informed that passengers can start booking reservations in the new trains from 10th September.These trains will be in addition to the already operational 230 trains across the country.

Delhi Metro is all set to return to tracks on September 7 in 3 phases. In phase – I, Yellow line will begin from Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre. In phase 2, three more lines will begin – Blue line, Pink line & Gurgaon line.

There is no truth in ‘Railways privatisation’ claim and thus it falls flat. There is indeed hike in platform ticket prices at Pune railway station but it’s temporary and has no connect with privatization claim.

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