Indian Railways Current Affairs 2020 Pdf for RRB NTPC

  • Indian Railways aims to be fully electrified in the next 3.5 years.
  • Indian Railways to cover all wagons under RFID for tracking by 2022
  • Rakshak is the health assistant robot developed by Mumbai Central Railway.
  • India’s first ‘Kisan Rail’ launched from the Devlali Railway Station of Maharashtra.
What is Kisan Rail?

The Kisan Rail has been launched by the Indian Railways to set up a national cold supply chain across the country. The scheme is formulated to transport fish, milk, and meat in the country. The scheme will be implemented under the Public-Private Partnership.

  • OHE Inspection App is an Inspection App which is launched by Indian Railways to minimize train delays.
  • MEDBOT’ is the remote-controlled medical trolley to deliver food and medicines to COVID-19 patients, is developed by Indian Railways.
  • Hubballi Railway Station, Karnataka will be renamed as ‘Shree Siddharoodha Swamiji Railway Station
  • Freight Seva App is developed by Southern Railways to provide requisite details for access by freight customers.
  • Indian Railways observed “Swachhta Pakhwara” from 16th to 30th September.
  • Indian Railways has launched Artificial Intelligence-based Chatbot ASKDISHA to interact with the Railway customers in the Hindi language.
  • Mumbai Central Station will be renamed to Nana Shankarseth.
  • The Indian Railways observed Cleanliness Week between August 10, 2020 and August 15, 2020.
  • According to the Stations Cleanliness Survey Report, 2019 the top three cleanest railway stations in India are Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Durgapura.
  • Indian Railways is building the world’s tallest pier bridge in Manipur. The bridge is 141 metres high and the bridge will be higher than the previously considered highest 139 metres tall Mala-Rijeka bridge in Montenegro, Europe.
The strategic importance of the world’s tallest pier bridge in Manipur

The bridge is aimed to boost Act East Policy of India. The “Look East Policy” was launched by the former PM Mr Narasimha Rao in 1991. This was later upgraded to Act East Policy in 2014 at the East Asia Summit held in Myanmar.

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