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IRCTC forms new catering policy to upgrade quality of food

IRCTC forms new catering policy to upgrade quality of food

A day after the CAG released a report critical of the food served in stations and trains, the Ministry...
MobiKwik to power e-cash payments on 'Food on Track' app

MobiKwik to power e-cash payments on ‘Food on Track’ app

Mobile payments company MobiKwik has announced a tie-up with the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to power...
Former RBI Deputy Governor joins Nestle India

THE PUBLIC AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Nothing gets the public attention more than a controversy involving an icon. Unfortunately, this time, Nestle India was at...

IRCTC ties up with Paytm for e-catering payments

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has tied up with Paytm, payment and e-commerce website, to offer an...

IRCTC to enable multiple-choice meal options, partners FoodPanda

Taking a yet another step to expan its e-catering facility, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has tied...

IRCTC to modernise rail experience, scrap pantry cars

After extending e-catering services to 1500 trains froman initial 28 non-pantry car trains, Indian Railways has now started withdrawing...

Books to Pizzas: Track changes at IRCTC

In 2014-15, Indian Railways carried 8.4 billion passengers -- more than 23 million passengers a day (roughly half of...

The State of Consumer e-Commerce in India

The Indian e-commerce market is growing rapidly. Better social attainment in terms of education, coupled with advent of Internet,...

“We anticipate Indian e-commerce to grow by 80% in 2012”

Deepa Thomas, Head - Partnerships, eBay India, shares her assessment of the Indian market and tells what kind of...

Fuel retailers bank on non-fuel retailing

Thanks to the deregulation of retail petrol prices in June last year, fuel retailing companies are finding themselves thinking...