Showing posts with label Mumbai. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mumbai. Show all posts

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Railways have decided to introduce the tatkal method for Duronto Express

The railways accept absitively to acquaint the tatkal arrangement for Duronto Express, which did not accept this facility. The railways accept additionally accustomed the Aadhar agenda to be acclimated as photo identification for affairs e-tickets or authoritative catch beneath the tatkal scheme. 

According to officials, "The railway lath has absitively to acquaint the tatkal arrangement for Duronto due to appeal from assorted quarters. The tatkal accuse will be on par with those applicative to mail/express trains alike admitting the book in Duronto is college back compared to accustomed trains." 

Duronto Express avalanche in the arch chic of trains alternation that run ceaseless amid the antecedent and final destination , with no average stoppages. These trains were alien in 2009 and ply amid important cities of altered states of the country.


Saturday, September 3, 2011

Banks & UIDAI To Arrange 14 lakh Micro ATMs

MUMBAI: The unique identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is working with the Association of Banks in India to create a network of 14 lakh micro ATMs across the country. While banks are authorized the transaction, the authentication is UIDAI by association with its biometric database.

The UIDAI is also considering giving unbanked citizens the option to receive a prepaid payment card issued by banks that can be used to channel payments to government plans, including the National Law on Rural Employment Guarantee . "The plan is to have at least two micro-ATMs in every village, which means you have to be at least 14 lakh from them," said AP Singh, Director General, UIDAI, speaking at an International Forum Prepaid case Thursday. He said each owner UIDAI is currently the option of opening a bank account. "We intend to give them the additional option of receiving a payment card that can be used for electronic transactions," he said.

Source : Timesofindia