Partnership with private players, state governments and public sector undertakings is likely to be the way forward for all future projects of Indian Railways after the government has set an
Railways will revise passenger fares and freight charges twice in a year in a bid to mop up revenues and end up with surplus cash by end of next fiscal.
Online purchase of ‘tatkal’ tickets is set to get easier with railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal’s announcement to revamp the e-ticketing system to support 7,200 bookings as against 2,000 bookings
The Union railways minister Pawan Kumar Bansal’s maiden rail budget on Tuesday did not only do away with Mamata Banerjee’s rhetoric or shero shayari (except for one or two occasional
In a bid to improve railway passengers’ travel experience, railways minister Pawan Kumar Bansal has proposed a slew of measures such as free wi-fi facility on select trains, extension of
In an attempt to bring finances back on track, railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal hiked freight charges across the board on Tuesday on all commodities by 5.8 per cent
The absence of a clear-cut wagon procurement policy for the ensuing fiscal notwithstanding, the leading wagon makers in the country felt that there were ample indications of a ‘quite robust’
Corporate India is excited by the Railway Budget 2013, as it has addressed specific issues on the freight, linking of coal, iron ore mines and ports through rail networks.
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