Walking between the New Delhi railway station and the adjacent Metro station may soon become hassle- free with the Northern Railway planning to construct a skywalk to connect them.
What does NDRS stand for?
NDRS stands for New Delhi Railway Station
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We have 13 other meanings of NDRS in our Acronym Attic
- Network Disaster Recovery Plan (electronic inventory)
- New Democratic Republican Party (South Korea)
- No Date Related Processing
- No Duty to Rescue Rule (legal terminology)
- North Devon Road Runners (Devon, England, UK)
- Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (Australia)
- National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (Philippines)
- Neil Diamond Road Racing Team
- National Digital Radio Service
- National Distress and Response System
- Nordic Drag Racing Series
- Notre Dame Regional School (various locations)
- Notre Dame Regional Secondary School (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- National Distress and Response System Modernization
- National Distress and Response System Modernization Project (US Coast Guard)
- National Disaster Response Team (various states)
- NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Disaster Relief Team
- Nelson-Denny Reading Test
- Network Disaster Recovery Team (AT&T)
- North Doncaster Rural Trust (UK)
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It is the tallest building in Delhi, is centrally located and at walking distance from New Delhi railway station.
de Easycabs service at New Delhi railway station Easycabs has launched its radio taxi services from the Ajmeri Gate side of the New Delhi railway station.
Roads, Railways, Highways & Bridges: Projects under consideration include: Metro projects (in partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation), New Delhi Railway Station redevelopment (in partnership with Grandi Stazioni), roads and highways (in partnership with Atlantia S.
The sense of deja-vu was almost pal-pable: collectively lacklustre and disjointed; Juan Sebastian Veron doleful and languid; David Beckham consummately outpaced by his reputation; Roy Keane ranting with frustration (see main article); Phil Neville showing why he wasn't chosen for England's World Cup campaign; Mikael Silvestre demonstrating the sort of casualness and overconfidence that explains why France's Far East stay barely lasted beyond the first week; a treatment room already looking more crowded than the ticket hall at a bustling New Delhi railway station.