Skip to main content

As of February 22, Indian Railways will run 35 unreserved mail and express special trains


Indian Railways will begin unreserved train operations soon. Piyush Goyal, the Union Minister for Railways, shared a list of the 35 unreserved trains that will begin to fly. This is the first set of unreserved trains that will start operating on 22 February during the pandemic.

He tweeted, "With the continuous increase in passenger services, Indian Railways is going to start 35 unreserved mail and express special trains from next 22 February".


In March 2020, the government suspended all passenger trains following the national lockdown to combat the pandemic of Covid-19. As of June 1, the government authorized the resumption of train services in a graded manner. More than 65 per cent of trains are back on track, according to Indian Railways.


Source: https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/indian-railways-35-unreserved-mail-express-special-trains-full-list-685442

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

7 Romantic Honeymoon Offbeat Destinations

As we all know, as soon as October ends, wedding season comes to its peak. Every new couple look for some interesting sweet destination, where they can spend some alone time with the picturesque scenery. so  Etrains  is happy to help you to share about some unconventional places, where one can really spend a lifetime memory to their honeymoon. 1. Lakshadweep Island : If you are planning anytime soon, months from October to February are best suited for your honeymoon in Lakshadweep. Itʼs the time when the vegetation is at its greenest. Soothingly beautiful and spell-binding, Lakshadweep is the smallest Union Territory of India. 36 constituting islands of Lakshadweep sweep 32 km sq of area under them. The group of island has everything you can ask for an amazing and memorable honeymoon – glittering water, shimmering sand, beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, adventure activities, and warm locales. Know about whatʼs there in the preparation of your once-in-a-lifetime. What t

Change name of passenger in Indian Railways Reservation (e-ticket)

IRCTC facilitates in changing the name of passenger holding confirmed e-reservation in trains has been permitted as per existing Railway norms. Easy way to change the name of the passenger in the e-ticket. IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Operation) now offers the flair of changing name of e-ticket passenger. This can be done at the near railway reservation office, declared IRCTC on its official website - irctc.co.in . Indian Railway change name in e-ticket For availing this facility, customer can now approach the nearest Railway Reservation Office with electronic reservation slip print out and photo identity proof in original of one of the passenger traveling in the ticket at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure of train as per extant railway rules, IRCTC added. The following steps are to change the name in your e-ticket (reservation) are: The reservation center can change passenger's name in counter to a request from the passenger as per extant

Five Festivals in a day to celebrate in 5 places in India

It is truly said, India is so diversified in topography and in culture but it is also intrigued with unity as well. This time the Etrains team has explored the 5 best cities where you can celebrate the manifolds of festivals. 14 January 2018 is an auspicious and a pious day in all the part of the country. if Punjab celebrates  Lohri  with a bonfire then none the less People takes a holy dip in Allahabad . So, lets take a look on 5 cities, where these festival are celebrated at its best and may be we you can make a weekend get away to join the zeal. 1. Pongal:  This is a four-days-long reaping festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, a southern part of the country.  Pongal, one of the most special and famous Hindu festivals of the year. It is basically the thanksgiving to nature that it give us so much without asking it back. If you are travel south or Tamil Nadu during Pongal, then  Pollachi  is one of the best place to celebrate. It is located at a distance of just 44 km