Passengers on the Shatabdi and Vande Bharat trains will soon be able to enjoy radio services while on the train, making for a more enjoyable travel. According to Indian Railways, Northern Railway has been given a contract to provide full entertainment to passengers in trains and to give them a sense of the towns they are passing through via radio service in all Shatabdi and Vande Bharat trains in the Delhi Division.
Through the passengers’ address system, Northern Railway will deliver tailored music experiences and RJ entertainment in trains. For the time being, the services would be available on ten Shatabdi Express trains and two Vande Bharat trains. Passengers will now be greeted by Shatabdi/Vande Bharat radio music and connectivity in transit as they travel between Delhi, Lucknow, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Ajmer, Dehradun, Kanpur, Varanasi, Katra, and Kathgodam.
The Indian Railways will open India’s largest wrestling academy at Kishanganj, Delhi.
The Indian Railways has approved a budget of 30.76 crores for the construction of a world-class wrestling academy in Kishanganj, New Delhi. According to an Indian Railways press release, the academy will be the country’s largest, featuring superior training facilities. The project is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s objective of equipping our athletes with the most up-to-date and cutting-edge facilities.
The sports complex being built in Delhi will be dedicated just to wrestling, providing wrestlers the opportunities to improve their talents and become “world champions” in the coming years. Kumar, a bronze medalist in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2012 London Olympics, Sakshi Malik, a bronze medalist in Rio, Ravi Kumar Dhaiya, a silver medalist in the recently concluded Tokoyo Olympics, and Bajrang Punia, the only wrestler to win the World Wrestling Championship thrice, were all associated with Indian Railways.