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Get about your booking details through your mobiles and system

Life became so easy with the help of advanced technology and internet. Before to book a train and flight tickets one should travel to the respective place but now with the help of internet you can book at any time and from any place. Booking a ticket is very simple task in online, it just take few minutes. A chance of risk is really less on it. Demanding for the particular seat number is not possible but you can enjoy the confirm reservation. Government itself running few PNR sites on that you can get all kind of information that you are seeking. Passenger Name and Record is the full form of PNR, this process helping many people.

It saves your time

To book the tickets and to enquire about their status they should type their Station Codes every place has their own codes mostly it will be in four to three digits. Codes will be only in alphabetical words, choose the destination first alphabet option so that you can find codes without wasting time. This site is not charging any excess charges they are totally free. While enquiring about the status one should mention the status code as it is, do not add or change any things. One can also install this software on their respective mobiles but not all mobiles are suitable for that only the latest android model works.

Who are mentioned as international bureau?

Two places are offering international bureau service like New Delhi this office deals with major international bookings after that Varanasi bureau. They are providing service for only foreign and NRI people. They can get all kind of information over there; these sites are providing twenty four hours service to the customers. Booking and cancelling tickets is possible with these sites, users can able to enjoy the fastest response from the other end. All the information are safe with them they accept all country money. Foreign passengers should provide the necessary details and legal documents, prices are fixed. Based on your destination and birth or class your price varies, different version is available in online download the latest one to enjoy the advanced features.


The past achievements and future challenges for Indian railways

Although an old organisation, Indian railways had reinvented itself many times to be relevant in the present day. The first trains were steam engines which ran between Mumbai, then called as Bombay to Thane. The railways modernised with the passage of time as it was visible with the adoption of Diesel engines which were more efficient and faster. Then the railways had also moved on to the electric trains as they were non-polluting and easy to start and stop. These were but some of the modernisation efforts that were taken up by the railways. Even on the rails, the olden narrow gauge, gave way to meter gauge and now broad gauge is the standard line that is being laid all over the country.

However the narrow gauge exists in the hilly regions like Shimla-Kalka railways and metre gauge exists in the Ooty or Nilgiri railway line. These are rightly declared as the UNESCO world heritage sites as they run on the steam engines that were brought to the country over 150 years ago. Today, the modernisation efforts of the railways is far reaching and introduction of bio-toilets that utilises only a little of water, electrification of all compartments and coaches, advanced security features in the coaches to prevent mishaps are only a few to start with. However not all is rosy in the picture of railways. Indian railways suffer from a plethora of problems like poor collection of expenses due to wastage of resources and due to a large number of ticketless travels by people.

Moreover pillaging of trains is an inherent problem as people damage or steal things from the trains. There are also incidents of people stealing the railways lines and selling them or using them for iron. The safety features of railway is yet to up to the international standards and the convenience that we get in the indigenous trains are nowhere near the services that are being offered worldwide. In short, even as Indian railways has many feathers on its cap, it needs to be improved.