IRCTC refund rules 2018: 10 scenarios under which Indian Railways will reject your claim

IRCTC refund rules 2018: Did your waitlisted Indian Railways ticket not get confirmed? Was there a last minute change in your journey plan and you were unable to travel? Interestingly, there are several conditions under which the entire amount or partial amount is refunded to railway passengers if they claim it, including cancellation of tickets before the chart is prepared, late running of train services etc. But at the same time, there are also various other conditions under which the refund of the amount paid by the passenger is not granted at all. The first and most important thing to note is that there are prescribed time limits under which the TDR (Ticket Deposit Receipt) has to be filed to claim a refund. Here are 10 conditions under which the money is not refunded to passengers by Indian Railways:
1) Tatkal Ticket: Under the Tatkal ticket scheme of Indian Railways, passengers can book accommodation in a train just a day prior to the journey. However, in case of cancellation of confirmed Tatkal tickets.