Passenger train derails in India; at least 10 dead

A passenger train derailed in western India on Sunday, killing at least 10 people and injuring 57 others. The engine and four coaches jumped the tracks near Roha station, 110 kilometers (70 miles) south of Mumbai, said police officer Ankush Shinde.




Delhi Metro station manager assaulted by CISF men, Blue Line services briefly hit

NEW DELHI: An ugly bout of fisticuffs over a pair of deflated tyres on Thursday morning at the Dwarka Sector 21 metro station resulted...

Delhi Metro: Nearly 3 lakh people used Magenta Line on Day 1 of full...

Almost three lakh people used the Magenta Line on Tuesday, when its remaining stretch from Kalkaji to Jankapuri West was opened to public, increasing...

Delhi Metro’s Pink Line to open today. Here’s everything about the new route

The Pink Line of Delhi Metro is slated to be formally flagged off today by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Union Minister for...




Screen gates at six Metro stations soon

In a bid to obliterate potential harm to the Metro commuters, installation of platform screen doors on the six busiest stations of the Jahangirpuri-Huda City Centre corridor is set to begin next month and is expected to be operational by the latter half of the year.

Here’s how to recharge your Delhi metro card online

Recharging your DMRC metro card can be a rather daunting task, especially during peak rush hours when commuters are in a flurry to get to their destination. Most of us for obvious reasons would want to avoid those gigantic queues.

Union Cabinet recommends President’s Rule in Delhi

In his report to the President earlier today, Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung refused to dissolve the Delhi Assembly and call fresh elections, thereby rejecting outgoing Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's recommendation in his resignation letter last evening.


Metro Train Smart Cards Can Soon Be Used in DTC Buses

The Ministry of Urban Development had announced the launch of a nationwide inter-operable transport card in December 2011 after which the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) launched the ‘More Delhi’ card in 2012, with provisions for use in Metro trains and DMRC-run feeder buses.