Sunday, December 29, 2013

Accident Spot Cleared, Train Movement Restored

Published: 29th December 2013
Railway officials and the district administration here undertook rescue operations and shifted the accident-hit coach of the Bengaluru-Nanded express at Kothacheruvu  to a nearby station to resume the uninterrupted movement of trains over the single track where the tragedy took place on Saturday.

Trials on hi-speed trains under way

Special Correspondent

30 passengers survive train fire tragedy

Bangalore Bureau

Government not taking steps to avoid rail mishaps: Jaganmohan Reddy
By PTI | 28 Dec, 2013, 
ANANTHPUR (AP): YSR Congress President Jaganmohan Reddy today blamed the Central government for not taking appropriate measures to avoid railway mishaps such as the Bangalore-Nanded train fire tragedy that claimed 26 lives.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

98.3 p.c. South Western Railway workers favour general strike

Deepa Kurup

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Two men held for throwing stones at moving trains

Special Correspondent

They used to rob passengers sitting near the doors

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Financial crunch cripples rlys: GM

DC | 15th Dec 2013

Railwaymen's Union announces strike ballot to go for indefinite strike

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Tindharia-Siliguri toy train service to resume by month-end

Heavy fog leads to rescheduling of 16 trains

NIT sitting in 16.12.13, Case postponed and next hearing on 10.02.2014.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Updated: December 12, 2013 16:08 IST

Trains collision averted near Sealdah Station


Two passenger trains came face to face on Thursday at the outer signal of the Sealdah Railway Station in Kolkata, but a collision was averted as both were able to stop, Eastern railway sources said.
The driver of the Sealdah-Lalgola passenger train — which left platform 7 at the station at 8:10 a.m. — overshot the starter signal and entered the down main line at about 8:17 am, Eastern railway CPRO R.N. Mahapatra said.
Clarification on the death of an on - duty Ticket Examiner of Train No. 22601 at Manthralayam Road Station; And an appeal to Passengers
It has been reported in a section of Media that Shri B.Sanjeeva Rao, o­n-duty Ticket Examiner in Train No.22601 Chennai – Shirdi Express, was beaten to death by some of the passengers as there was no water in the coach.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Workshop to overhaul power packs of EMD-type engines

Indonesia commuter train in deadly collision

Friday, December 6, 2013

Gooty diesel loco shed celebrates golden jubilee

Staff Reporter

Political Crisis in Bangladesh to hit Indo-Bangla Railway Link project

Dhaka:  The current political turmoil in Bangladesh is likely to delay the execution of a new rail link between India and its neighbour, officials said Wednesday. “At a meeting in Dhaka Tuesday, the Bangladesh railway ministry officials indicated that it was difficult for them to complete the necessary survey and to start the actual work before the Jan 5 general elections,” a top Indian railway official, who did not want to be named, told IANS.


August Kranti jumps signal at Borivli stn

Somit Sen TNN

Mumbai: The engine driver of August Kranti Rajdhani Express was taken off duty after the train jumped a signal at Borivli station on Thursday evening.

Detroit bankruptcy ruling triggers calls for pension cuts across the US

By Jerry White   6 December 2013
Within days of a federal judge’s ruling in support of the Detroit bankruptcy, the devastating implications for the working class across the US are becoming apparent. States and cities throughout the country are citing the legal precedent of the Detroit ruling to attack public employee pensions, initiating a new stage in the assault on workers’ rights and living standards.

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