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 ECONOMIC TIMES ( 16 May 2014 )

Fed up with the bad quality of food provided in India's trains, Chaudhary, a third-year engineering student and son of a local farmer, launched the venture last year. He borrowed Rs 1.5 lakh from friends and family, and travelled to almost 90 cities and towns to tie up with local restaurants that now deliver quality food to travellers. Users who log onto the portal's website have to just enter their PNR number or train journey details. The food can also be ordered through its call centre.

"With basic infrastructure available, you can start an online business from any city," said Navneet Chaudhary, the 21-year-old founder of Trainkhana, a food delivery venture based in Jodhpur.


THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS ( 27 JULY 2014 )


Berth of new food services for train passengers

If you are a frequent traveller on long-distance trains, chances are that you would have come across at least one instance of unhygienic food being served by the railway pantry or simply gotten tired of the same old fare. Navneet Choudhary, a 21-year-old engineering student, experienced it too, during one of his journeys last year, and thus was born TrainKhana.com.
"Food-related problems are quite common during train travels in India. We wanted to fix that," says Choudhary, who operates TrainKhana from Jodhpur in Rajasthan.



DAINIK BHASKAR ( 18 MAY 2014 )

An Exclusive Front Page News Has Covered By " DB STAR " A Sub News paper of DAINIK BHASKAR. Train Khana CEO Navneet Choudhary has interviewed by Dainik Bhaskar Team.


DAINIK NAVJYOTI ( 17 SEPT 2014 )
An Exclusive News in Dainik Navjyoti. Trainkhana.com Provides Delecious Food to train passengers on their seat. whole booking procedure of train khana has explained in news covered.