Finally, good sense prevailed over Indian Railways, and they have decided to kill the controversial dynamic pricing or flexi-fare model. Which trains would be benefited with this? Keep reading to find out more!
Understanding that passengers need to save as well, Indian Railways has announced several interesting offers and discounts for passengers, who book their tickets online.
Indian Railways is all set to become ‘smarter’, and no just Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data, but several other key initiatives have been announced by the Rail Ministry.
Indian Railways will soon start a trial run of India’s 1st engineless train, and hold your breath.. It will replace the ever-dependable Shatabdi Express!
Meanwhile as per latest numbers coming in, eTicketing is increasing at a massive scale at Railways, and now, 68% of all tickets are booked online. It seems Indian Railways is the biggest advertiser for Digital India campaign now!
A powerful ‘Question Creation Wizard’ has been created by TCS, which will enable Railways employees to create unique set of questions for the applicants. The difficulty level will be the same, but the questions will keep on changing,…
Soon, lights and fans being used inside train coaches shall be run by solar power. This is a huge step for renewable energy sector in India, as one single step can trigger thousands, millions more.
Meanwhile, travel partners of IRCTC are upset because now, they will need to pay more service fee charges for booking train tickets. The increase in service charges is almost 10-times of existing rates.
This scenario is pretty common: You have booked your train tickets via IRCTC website and this means that you will need to physically show your ID proof to the ticket checker.
In a tweet, IRCTC informed that they have received the PCI-DSS security certificate, which is mandated certification from Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council for any digital payment provider.