Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Railways block 6600 PNRs illegally issued to passengers

    Indore: The railway department has blocked 6600 PNRs, which were illegally issued to passengers by travel agents in Mumbai who used special software for the purpose. This was done without seeking consent from railway department. The PNRs are mentioned on railway tickets. Of the total PNRs blocked, 470 PNRs pertain to railway tickets issued to passengers of trains passing through Ratlam division. The total cost of tickets is Rs 1.60 crore.

  • Non-stop Indore-Bhopal train likely to get nod

    Indore: Good news for more than 5,000 railway passengers of Indore-Bhopal section is expected by the end of this month as railway has chalked out plan to roll out another intercity train between both the cities. The train would be a non-stop one having all general coaches. Adding to it, frequency of Indore-Patna and Indore-Howrah trains is also likely to be increased.

  • Mumbai: Railway passengers can now register food related complaints on tablets provided by IRCTC

    Mumbai: Long distance railway passengers will now be able to register food related complaints on tablets provided by the Indian railways. These tablets will be provided by the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) to the passengers travelling on premium trains like Shatabdi express, Duroto express and Rajdhani express trains.

  • Bhopal: Now, get free wi-fi at railway stations

    Ratlam: Here comes a good news for railway passengers, as Western Railway for the first time in the state started providing free wi-fi facility to all the passengers in partnership with Google on Tuesday.

  • Railway Budget 2015: Ticket in 5 minutes

    New Delhi: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu did not lose sight of his target segment: the hapless passenger, a victim of unbridled populism and sheer mismanagement. Among the numerous proposals he announced — thrust on cleanliness, new toilets, SMS alerts on arrival of trains, online facility to order food, etc — the proposal christened ‘Operation 5 Minutes’ drew much applause. This proposal allows passengers traveling unreserved to buy a ticket “within five minutes of entering the