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PTI - 2ND LD RAIL - Freight rate hike to get Rs 4000 cr; no Rail fare increase
2ND LD RAIL - Freight rate hike to get Rs 4000 cr; no Rail fare increase Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Feb 26 (PTI) The Railway Budget today hiked freight rates on cement, coal, foodgrain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
Railways hopes to gain Rs 4,000 cr from 3% average freight rate hike next fiscal
As part of the Budget, Indian Railways has announced an average 3% hike in its freight rates and hopes to garner close to Rs 4,000 crore from the move. Experts, however, questioned the strategy arguing the transporter could further lose market share ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago
Freight rate hike to get Rs 4000 crore; no Rail fare increase
New Delhi The Indian Railway Budget on Thursday hiked freight rates on cement, coal, foodgrain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 per cent to mop up an additional Rs 4,000 crore a year but spared passengers from any raise in fares ...
 DeshGujarat1 month ago
Freight rate hike to get Rs 4k-cr
The Railway Budget on Thursday hiked freight rates on cement, coal, foodgrain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 per cent to mop up an additional Rs 4,000 crore a year but spared passengers from any raise in fares while ruling out ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago
Rail Budget: Freight Rate Hike to Get Rs 4,000 Crore
New Delhi : Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday announced hiked freight rates on cement, coal, food grain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 per cent to mop up an additional Rs 4,000 crore per year but spared passengers from any ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago
Prices of food grain, pulses set to rise as rail freight increased by 10 percent
Presenting his maiden budget, the first full-fledged exercise of the Modi government, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu did not announce any new trains or lines pending a review but said he would concentrate on consolidating the existing ones. "I have not ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

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