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Tag: Irctc New Norms

IRCTC alert for railway passengers, eticket and tatkal booking refund rules
IRCTC Alert: New Norm for Railway Passengers; Must Know Before Boarding Train

New Delhi: The Indian Railways is leaving no stone unturned for the convenience of passengers along with their safety and security. Adding to the slew of its steps in this regard, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) on Friday introduced on-the-spot billing generation for payment of food items on-board trains. This enables passengers […]

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IRCTC: New ways to check Indian Railways PNR status update

Railway passengers often go through the IRCTC website to check their PNR status or the passenger name record and often face issues with log in and others due to pressure on the server. So, now the passengers of the national carrier can check their PNR status on a different website. Yes, you have read it […]

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IRCTC Alert: 'No bill no payment' for ordered foods in trains!

Bhubaneswar: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal’s drive to ensure that the train passengers are being served with the best possible food continues with the minister recently announcing ‘no bill no pay’ formula for the national carrier’s commuters. Tightening noose on the IRCTC’s operation (catering service), Goyal recently at an Indian Chamber of Commerce event in Kolkata […]

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Railway Passengers Alert! Now, you might face problems on weekends

New Delhi: Are you planning to travel on weekends? Travelling by train over the weekend may get cumbersome as the railways has decided to undertake major maintenance works across all its zones on Sundays. However, if a train gets delayed during meal times, passengers with reserved tickets will get free food and water, Railway Minister […]

Railway tickets at 100% concession; here’s what IRCTC is planning

New Delhi: Buoyed by its success with senior citizens, the Indian Railways is set to extend its ‘Give it up’ scheme to include other concession holders to offset its nearly Rs 33,000-crore subsidy burden in annual passenger fares. The decision was taken after figures showed that following the introduction of the scheme last year – […]