At least seven coaches and engine of Nagpur Mumbai Duronto Express derailed between Vasind and Asangaon near Titwala on early Tuesday morning. A rescue team from Kalyan rushed to the spot to carry out the rescue and relief operation
Chief Public Relations Officer of North central Railway Gaurav Krishna Bansal on Wednesday said the repair work has started and the services will resume shortly. CPRO Gaurav Krishna Bansal said that the stranded passengers will be shifted to their places through other trains. He said that Accident Relief Train (ART) has been placed on the track for repair work. He further said that the injured passengers have been shifted to hospitals. On Wednesday, as many as 10 coaches and engine of Kaifiyaat Express train derailed in which scores of people were reportedly injured in Uttar Pradesh’s Auraiya.
The Central Railway Nagpur employees on Saturday sent 1,000 bags of water, containing 15,000 litres of drinking water, to drought-hit Latur.
CR tests waters at the station to display signage on train destinations and special coaches with help of specific colours
A pregnant woman delivered a child in a Mumbai suburban local train near Bhandup station on Saturday. And the incident was caught on camera by mid-day's Milind Salvi.
The demolition of Mumbai's 136 year-old Hancock Bridge by the Central Railways has been completed. Suburban services were remained suspended between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Byculla during this period.
Security was intensified across New Delhi as the police and the paramilitary forces battled to secure the Indian Air Force base in Punjab in an operation that entered its third day today.
The monsoon woes of Mumbaikars continued on Tuesday morning as train services on the Central line were disrupted after an overhead wire snapped near Dadar railway station. Video by mid-day
A senior RPF official said, "One of our personnel in plainclothes recorded a video of people damaging public property and stone pelting in Dombivli and we managed to arrest people based on it. Video by Vedika Chaubey, mid-day
As train services were severely hit on the Central Railway due to technical failure, frustrated passengers resorted to stone pelting on a train at Diva station. Video by: Abhijit Pawar
How by paying double, touts and agents manage to get confirmed Rajdhani tickets 2 hours before train departs. Story & Video by: Vedika Chaubey, MiD DAY
A 10-day-long sting by MiD DAY has exposed a flourishing ticket racket opearting at Mumbai Central Railway Station, where passengers can grease the palms of agents to get confirmed tickets for the elusive Rajdhani Express, hours before departure Story & Video by: Vedika Chaubey, MiD DAY
Thousands of passengers at Mumbai Central railway station are being fleeced every day, with railway clerks taking advantage of their ignorance or illiteracy to extract charges from them that were called off by railway authorities as far back as 2007. The wily booking clerks choose their victims with care, exploiting only poor and illiterate customers. Story & Video by Vedika Chaubey, Mid-Day
For Bhavika Mehta and her family, a vacation to Punjab turned into an ordeal they will never forget. The 24-year-old had her purse pinched, and she had to get her left leg amputated after being injured while giving chase. Her father sustained a knee fracture and her brother hurt his leg. On top of this, they received absolutely no help from any government agency and had to pay Rs. 1.40 lakh to a private ambulance to bring them back to Mumbai, Video courtesy: NDTV
Passengers complain of inaction by railway officials after AC coach of Howrah-Mumbai Gitanjali Express was found infested with cockroaches Video By - Tanmoy Mitra,MiD-DAY