The Indian Railways network is spread over some 64,000 km, with 12,000 passenger and 7,000 freight trains plying each day from 7,083 stations carrying around 23 million travellers and 2.65 million ton...
|October 23, 2012|
The Indian Railways (IR) is the world's fourth largest rail network with a total network of about 64,000 kilometre (km) spreading across 7,000 stations, with more than 18,000 trains operating every da...
|July 20, 2012|
The Indian Railways (IR) is one of the largest developed networks in the world and is the major catalyst to infuse socio-economic growth in Indian economy. India has the world's fourth largest rail ne...
|April 20, 2012|