25 Nov 2014
Beijing: Indian Railways team is in China to chalk out plans for conducting feasibility study to build the 1,754 km-long Delhi-Chennai high-speed train corridor, world's second largest bullet train line.
16 Nov 2014
Melbourne: "Modi Express", a special train carrying over 220 passengers who will attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first public lecture in Sydney, was flagged off on Sunday by an Australian minister here.
17 Nov 2014
Sydney: Australia's aboriginal dancers on Monday gave a traditional welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he arrived here on a whirlwind six-hour visit to attend a reception hosted by the Indian community for him.
18 Nov 2014
Gandhinagar: Justice Nanavati Commission on Tuesday submitted its final report on the 2002 Gujarat riots to state chief minister Anandiben Patel.
14 Oct 2014
Mumbai: For the past few months, Yash Raj Studios had been fashioning the exteriors of a train splashed with red and grey hues, just a few metres from its entrance.
30 Oct 2014
Mumbai: A major train accident was averted after Mumbai-bound Amravati Express derailed near Kalyan railway station Thursday morning. Due to this, the train services of the central railway between Kalyan and Kasara were affected.
12 Oct 2014
New Delhi: The semi-high speed train that proposes to reduce the travelling time between Delhi and Agra to 105 minutes will be named as Gatimaan Express.
26 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Aiming at taking growing competition head-on, Air India is evaluating leasing fuel-efficient airplanes like Airbus A-320 neos for itself and Boeing 737 Max for its subsidiary Air India Express over the next three to six years.
16 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone says the payment disparity between male and female stars in Bollywood is a concern but it should not become a cause for conflict.
13 Oct 2014
Hyderabad: The South Central Railway on Monday cancelled four trains and diverted three others in view of the prevailing weather conditions and heavy rains over north coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh.