Ministry of Indian Railways today announced its partnership with Google to bring the history of Indian railways on Google Arts & Culture. This move comes as a mark to celebrate the historic journey of Indian railways, highlighting the deep-rooted connection of railways with the country. The new online project “The Railways — Lifeline of a Nation” has also been unveiled at the event. Continue reading “Google Arts and Culture to bring rich history of Indian Railways exhibits across 22 stations”
In a bid to provide connectivity in remote areas, Indian Railways will set up Wi-Fi hotspot kiosks at about 500 stations under a new scheme. Dubbed as Railwire Saathi, the WiFi hotspots will help people access an array of online services, including various government schemes, said a PTI report.
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Google and Indian Railways have partnered to offer free high speed WiFi across 400 railway stations in the country through Google Fiber, as per a latest report from TelecomTalk.
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Indian Railways ticketing has always been cumbersome. While the online booking system indeed solved some of the issues, the IRCTC website always makes us nostalgic of the long waiting queues at stations and be the pinnacle of utter disappointment at times. While the website offers infinite control over your ticket booking, there are a lot of times when you just want it done, with minimal effort. Till now, it hasn’t been possible but worry not, a new and easy way of booking train tickets for Indian Railways is here, and it takes just two steps to book a ticket for upto six passengers! Read on to find out how.
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