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Bombay HC: ‘Use electric vehicles to ferry LPG cylinders to Matheran’

Justice Anil K Menon was hearing a plea filed by former MLA Suresh Narayan Lad, seeking relaxation on vehicular restrictions in Matheran to supply essential goods during lockdown.

Frequent revision of train halts putting passengers to hardship

Rly. officials confused over State govt.’s volte face; Kannur restored as Jan Shatabdi’s starting station

E-bids to begin for redevelopment project of railway station

The tender is tentatively scheduled to be awarded by the end of August

Piyush Goyal tells realtors to cut prices and clear unsold building stock

Commerce Minister tells realtors that situation not going to improve in a hurry.

‘Source of infection yet to be established’

Southern Railway allays apprehension over handling of files, proximity to RGGGH

Lockdown Diary, Day 72: Law school alumni send migrants home in chartered flight, Shaan, Anuradha Palakurthi sing of hope, and more

Here’s a curated list of some interesting stories from across the country on Day 72 of lockdown

Construction costs set to increase in post Covid-19 era: Ircon CMD

Sector will need to look at adopting technology, spend on better working conditions for labourers

Khattar asks DCs to ensure flood control measures before June 20

Setting a target for the DCs, Khattar also directed officers that work on the ongoing schemes and other flood control measures including desilting of both urban and rural drains should be completed by June 20, 2020.

The pandemic is hurting China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Editor’s note: Some of our covid-19 coverage is free for readers of The Economist Today, our daily newsletter. For more stories and our pandemic tracker, see our coronavirus hub JUST OVER a year ago, at a gathering in Beijing of world leaders who had signed u…

Railways to set up 3GW solar capacity on vacant land

The project will be divided into 3 phases of 1GW each. First and third phase will be on PPP basis and second phase will be on ownership model of REMCL

Railways refunds Rs 1,885 crore to passengers who booked tickets during lockdown

The Indian Railways had suspended its regular passenger train services during the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus in India.

Railways refunds ₹1885 crore to passengers who booked tickets during lockdown

As the trains were cancelled en masse, the railways faced the challenge to return a huge amount of money towards refund to the rail passengers.

Indian Railways Return Rs 1885 Crores as Refund to Passengers

The Indian Railways has refunded Rs 1885 crore after rail tickets from 21st March to 31st May were canceled due to COVID-19.

‘Predatory’ advisors of Centre working against national interest, says BMS

Lashing out at the Centre’s advisors, the RSS-affiliated trade union Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) urged the Centre to find out other means than privatisation of public sector enterprises to address t

Railways refunds Rs 1885 cr to passengers who booked tickets during lockdown

"The railways has successfully refunded Rs 1885 crore towards cancellation of tickets to passengers during the period March 21 to May 31 on tickets booked through the online mode," the railways said.

Railways refunds Rs 1885 cr to passengers who booked tickets during lockdown

"The railways has successfully refunded Rs 1885 crore towards cancellation of tickets to passengers during the period March 21 to May 31 on tickets booked through the online mode," the railways said.

Piyush Goyal announces award for constable who sprinted along moving train to give milk for infant

In the CCTV footage, the constable, identified as Inder Singh Yadav, can be seen sprinting on the platform holding his service rifle in one hand and the milk pouch in another to give it to the lady passenger in the moving train.

With Basu Chatterjee’s passing, Mumbai has lost one of its most affectionate chroniclers - Scroll.in

  1. With Basu Chatterjee’s passing, Mumbai has lost one of its most affectionate chroniclers  Scroll.in
  2. Filmmaker Basu Chatterjee passes away  The Indian Express
  3. Filmmaker Basu Chatterjee passes away; last rites held in Mumbai  Times o…

Basu Chatterjee’s cinema celebrated the common man and woman with gentle humour

Along with the more popular Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Gulzar and Sai Paranjpye, Basu Chatterjee, who died today at 93, is often called the father of middle of the road cinema, a genre whose gifts include Chitchor, Rajnigandha, Chhoti Si Baat and Baton Baton Mein.

Railway plans redevelopment of Puducherry station, monetise nearby land

The station will be redeveloped with amenities such as provisions for differently-abled, harmonious co-existence of the railway station and real estate projects, green building among others on the Design, Build, Finance, Operate Transfer (DBFOT) model.

Bombay HC suggests using electric vehicles to ferry LPG cylinders to Matheran

A single-judge bench of Justice Anil K Menon was hearing through videoconference a plea filed by former MLA Suresh Narayan Lad seeking relaxation on vehicular restrictions in Matheran to provide essential goods to the residents during the lockdown.

India-China border dispute: Importance of Pangong Tso and why its fingers are much sought after

Lieutenant General-level talks are scheduled for Saturday between India and China over face-off along the LAC. Pangong Tso and its eight fingers are likely to be the focus of disengagement talks.

BT Buzz: It's your economics vs mine for adamant, deadlocked Modi govt economists!

The reason India finds itself in the comity of nations that can't afford a big stimulus to stoke economic growth is the 8 quarters of wait-and-watch game played until coronavirus hit us

Zyfra to offer Indian firms digital solutions to reduce Covid risk - IndiaPost.com

India is one of the leading countries in the development of new gaming technology. The country has become a trendsetter in gaming innovation

Coronavirus India LIVE updates: Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar first top govt official to test Covid-19 positive

Coronavirus India LIVE updates: The death toll due to the coronavirus pandemic stand at 5,815 while the total number of infections had crossed the 2 lakh-mark on Wednesday to reach 2,07,614, including the 1,00,302 people who have been cured and discharged.

प्रवासी मजदूरों को झटका, 256 श्रमिक स्पेशल रद्द, महाराष्ट्र-गुजरात सबसे आगे

Indian Railways, IRCTC, Shramik Special Train Cancelled: महाराष्ट्र ने 1 मई से अब तक 105 ट्रेनें रद्द कीं. रेल मंत्री पीयूष गोयल महाराष्ट्र द्वारा ट्रेनें मांगने और उनका इस्तेमाल नहीं करने को लेकर बहुत मुखर रहे हैं. आंकड़ों के अनुसार, गुजरात ने 47 ट्रेन, …

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? Top 10 things to know

Trends on SGX Nifty indicate a positive opening for the index in India with a 61 points gain.

Gujarat: Two held for smuggling IMFL worth Rs 2.5 lakh by parcel goods train

According to police, the bottles of ‘Haywards 2000 Strong Premium’ beer were being smuggled from Bandra in Mumbai to Okha in Devbhoomi Dwarka under the guise of supplying “medical goods as essentials”.

Rlys freight earnings dip by Rs 8K crore during lockdown

Barring foodgrain, the national transporter carried all commodities in its freight basket much less than it did during the corresponding period last year.

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