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IRCTC to Enable Buy Now Pay Later Feature

IRCTC recently had provided "Pay on Delivery" payment option to its users and now soon it going to provide a new payment option "Buy now and Pay Later". While ticket booking soon user will be able to select this option to book a ticket but making payment later. It will make the railway ticket booking much faster because you don't have to go through the payment process. The new IRCTC feature is being enabled in partnership with ePaylater.

IRCTC Destination Alert and Wake-Up Alarm Service for Passengers

IRCTC Destination Station Alert service has been launched by the Indian railways. The new service will benefit the passengers to know the when their destination station has arrived or when does a particular station has arrived. The same destination station alert service can be use to set a wake-up good morning alarm. The service will benefits most when the destination station arrives early morning when passenger are slipping and enjoying their dreams. Using the IRCTC destination alert service the passenger can request an SMS from IRCTC when their train reaches the destination station.

IRCTC I-Ticket | List of Cities for Home Delivery of Internet Tickets

We can book I-Ticket  and E-Ticket on IRCTC website through our logins. I-Tickets are delivered to your home while E-tickets are delivered to e-mail and mobile phone via SMS. The following cities and Pin codes are covered for door delivery of l-Ticket but E-Ticket can be booked from any city irrespective of the delivery limitations.

Changes in IRCTC Tatkal Ticket Booking Timings

IRCTC changes Tatkal tickets booking timingsThe Ministry of Railways has changed the timings for the IRCTC booking of Tatkal tickets in AC and non-AC classes for all trains, starting today, to reduce the load on the ticketing website servers and offline booking windows at railway stations.

Mind Blowing Facts About Indian Railways and IRCTC

The Indian Railways took on its maiden journey on April 16, 1853 from Mumbai to Thane. It was declared a public holiday at that time.

A book found it IIT Roorke library (Report on the Ganga Canal, 1860), however, claims that the first train actually ran between Roorkee and Piran Kaliyar on December 22, 1851.

Image: A train pulled by two vintage steam engines makes it way through a cheering crowd in Bombay, April 16, 2002 to mark the 150th anniversary of Indian Railways.

IRCTC Vikalp | Alternate Trains Accommodation Scheme

IRCTC Vikalp is launched.If unfortunately you have to travel with a wait listed ticket in Indian Railways then there is a good news for you and all other train travel lovers, just ahead of busy festive seasons as the IRCTC is working towards making the booking of train tickets easier.

Indian Railways is providing confirmed tickets to passengers on the wait list, who are forced to travel with waiting tickets, on an alternative trains on the same route to make their travel smoother and hassle-free.


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