19 Aug 2012
Railways is set to make it mandatory for passengers travelling in non-AC sleeper class to carry identity proof as part of its efforts to check the widespread menace of transferred tickets sold by touts.
02 Nov 2012
It will be mandatory for sleeper-class train passengers to carry identity proof from December 1, this year, Railways announced on Thursday, in a bid to facilitate travel by bonafide people and reduce the scope for misuse of tickets by touts.
08 Oct 2015
Rajkot: The Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) has said that people will have to provide an identity proof while purchasing tickets for India-South Africa One Day International to be held here on October 18.
13 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Cancellation charge for a railway ticket has been doubled while the refund option can now be availed only till four hours before the scheduled departure of a train as new rules came into effect yesterday which railways said was aimed at thwarting touts.
19 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Spectators coming from outside Delhi to watch the Republic Day parade this year are facing a tough time getting tickets as showing identity proof is a must– thanks to the stringent security in place for the January 26 event that will have US President Barack Obama as the chief guest.
02 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Ticket cancellation and availing of refund has been made easier as a dedicated counter for this purpose is being set up at the existing passenger reservation facilities at its various stations, railways said today.
03 Dec 2012
The Northern railway officials have nabbed around ten thousand passengers for travelling without identity proof in sleeper class. The Railway Department told that action against such passengers has started from Monday.
18 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Passengers booking tatkal train tickets would not be required to produce identity proof anymore as Railways have decided to discontinue with this provision. The modified provision could come into effect by September 1.
25 Feb 2016
New Dehi: An unreserved train ticket for travelling upto 199 km distance will no longer be valid after three hours of purchase of the ticket as railways has formulated a new rule to be effective from March 1, the Lok Sabha was told yesterday.
24 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Now only one train ticket can be booked online with one log-in after which the booking session will expire during the peak hours, as per the curbs put by the railways to check the menace of touts.