The Northern Railway is planning to turn the Kalka-Shimla railway into India’s first green rail project. DRM (Ambala division) Pradip Kumar Sanghi said that Northen Railway is on final stage of negotiation for signing MoU with the WWF. Once the agreement finalize railway will ensure the tracks and stations are clean and tourists and locals make an effort to make the entire 96-km stretch from Kalka to Shimla plastic-free,”

The project is accounting Rs 1.75 crore, will include upgraded rest houses at 19 stations on the route and will be completed in five years.

Previous articleVice-Chancellor decided to use Hindi for official work in his first EC meeting
Next article2 arrested for human trafficking at Chandigarh, 14 children rescued
The News Himachal seeks to cover the entire demographic of the state, going from grass root panchayati level institutions to top echelons of the state. Our website hopes to be a source not just for news, but also a resource and a gateway for happenings in Himachal.