21 May 2015
New Delhi: A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on Wednesday between Delhi Metro and Rail Tel Corporation of India on providing WiFi facilities at five stations. Later, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will provide the facilities in trains also.
16 May 2015
Varanasi: The Uttar Pradesh government on Friday asked the Varanasi district administration to expedite work on the detailed project report (DPR) for Metro Rail in the city.
12 May 2015
New Delhi: A technical snag occurred late on Tuesday night near Mandi House Metro Station, disrupting train services on the Noida City Centre-Dwarka Blue Line.
06 May 2015
New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) plans to provide wi-fi facility onboard its trains as well as at the stations.
08 May 2015
London: Taking a Metro train or cycling to office will help you shed more weight in couple of years than driving, a study has found. Switching from a car to walking, cycling or public transport was associated with a statistically significant average reduction in the Body Mass Index (BMI).
04 May 2015
New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) celebrated its 21st foundation day on Sunday. Urban Development Secretary and DMRC chairman Madhusudan Prasad, who was the chief guest at a function here on the occasion, presented awards to 43 employees for their outstanding contribution to the metro rail service that has transformed commuter travel in the national capital region.
30 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Shruti Haasan has found a perfect way to overcome Mumbai's infamous traffic issue - it's a Metro ride and the actress is gaga over it.
29 Apr 2015
Kochi: The official website of Kochi Metro Rail Limited was on Wednesday hacked by some unknown person or group but it was later set right, officials said.
01 May 2015
New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Friday told DMRC that not having dustbins on metro platforms due to fear of bomb blasts was a "very myopic view of security", as airports and even railway stations have garbage bins.
19 Apr 2015
New Delhi: The sight of driverless Delhi Metro trains whizzing past stations, crowded and deserted, is all set to become a reality as upgraded new-generation coaches are being introduced on two upcoming lines as part of its Phase-III of expansion.