For all those who missed out on the action, here is a curated list of all the stuff that we covered last week.
The app is currently available only on Windows Phone App store (and will soon be launched in Android Play store).
What a week that was! While things were off to a slow start, news picked up as the week progressed. For all those who missed out on last weeks action, here is a recap of some of the important stories.
Bidders won’t be needing physical presence or physical bidding process any more for the auction. The department hopes that this move will improve transparency and benefit the bidder.
Not a week passes by without some excitement in the newsroom. This week we saw one more fairly large exit by an Indian company. Web company Directi sold a large stake in the company in a $110 million deal. The…
“From revenue standpoint, we have taken a big hit in Maharashtra,” Ashish Hemrajani told NextBigWhat in an interview earlier. The days of waiting in lines are over as people get used to online services and one can’t reverse the trend.
The pilot project at the New Delhi station will cost around Rs 80 lakh and take about 3 to 4 months to implement. Once running passengers on all 16 platforms will have Wi-Fi access for their mobile devices.
The Cleartrip app is the first Android which allows you to book tickets directly. All the others just redirect you to the IRCTC mobile website.
Railway minister Mallikarjun Kharge has launched SMS based train ticketing on Friday. Ticketing will work from today, the government has said.
The railway’s online ticketing subsidiary, will use sms and other phone based services to enable ticket booking from July. We think it will help.