News on : MMTS

Record Penalty Amount of Rs 5.85 lakh Realized from Ticketless Travellers: SCR

A record amount of Rs 5.85 lakh was realized towards penalty from 1880 persons who were detected committing the offence of ticketless

SCR to Run Eight MMTS Special Trains on Sept 18, 19

In order to clear extra rush of passengers during Ganesh Nimajjanam, South Central Railway will run eight special MMTS trains between various destinations in Hyderabad

Eight MMTS Special Trains For Ganesh Nimarjanam

In order to clear extra rush of passengers during Ganesh Nimarjanam, the South Central Railway will run eight special MMTS trains

SCR Conducts Awareness Campaign Against Ticketless Travel

Hyderabad, July 19 (INN): The South Central Railway has conducted a public awareness campaign on Thursday on trains and Stations at Warangal

Principal Secretary, MAUD Reviews HMR, MMTS Phase-2 Progress

Hyderabad, July 18 (INN): Principal Secretary, Municipal Administration and Urban Development Dr. S K Joshi reviewed

Chalo Assembly: SCR Cancels Several Trains

Hyderabad, June 13 : Consequent to the call for Chalo Assembly on Friday given by the Telangana Political Joint Action Committee, the South Central Railway has cancelled, partially-cancelled or diverted several trains passing through the region. According to the SCR, three train leaving on Thursday have been partially cancelled. The Train No.57564 Nanded (d 23.30) […]

T-Stir: Rail Roko from Oct 15-17; 124 trains cancelled

The Telangana political Joint Action Committee (T-JAC) has called for Rail Roko from October 15

Total shut down in Telangana for two days

With the Sakala Janula Samme for a separate Telangana state entering the 12th day today,

Chalo Hyderabad-Million March to be postponed?

The TRS and T-JAC have given a call for Chalo Hyderabad on March 10, when

T-Rail Roko paralyses Railways in Telangana

The Rail Roko, Palle Palle Pattala Paiki, organised from 6am to 6pm yesterday by

T-agitation turns violent in Hyderabad

The Chalo Assembly call given by Telangana students joint action committee turned violent. The students