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Indian Railways Plan of Action To Promote SHGs

Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu in Rail Budget Speech 2016-17 announced “Self-help groups not only provide employment to women but also respect and dignity. IRCTC has begun the process of empanelling Self-help groups for providing ... PIB, 1 month ago
Rail to promote hill tourism Calcutta Telegraph, 3 days ago
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Financial Express

President okays change in rules for rail budget merger

President Pranab Mukherjee has approved changes in government rules to allow merger of rail budget with the central budget. The Department of Economic Affairs has been entrusted with the work relating to preparation of central budget including rail budget, as per a recent order issued by Cabinet Secretariat.  Earlier, the department was looking after the preparation of budget other than the railway.  The President has given nod to amend Government of India (Allocation of Business) ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Budget 2017, GST important cues in the short term: Arvind Sanger  Financial Express1 day ago Budget 2017: Government should look at making technology more affordable, says Rajiv Srivastava, HP Inc India  Financial Express11 hours ago BNSF budgets $3.4 billion for 2017 capex plan  Progressive Rail Roading4 days ago
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DFC will start in 2019, hoping that freight traffic moves from road to rail: Umesh Chowdhary, VC & MD, Titagarh Wagons

In a chat with , Umesh Chowdhary, VC & MD, Titagarh Wagons talks about rail budget and expectations from it. ET Now: Against the backdrop of heightened expectations and what is going to happen on fronts like rail linkages, electrification, coach ...
 Economic Times15 hours ago
Indiatimes

Railway safety fund likely to get first installment in Budget 2017

The Narendra Modi -led government has taken credit for lesser rail accidents and lower casualties. Reportedly, Railway Minster Suresh Prabhu might paper over the transporter's safety record. However, his officers are surprised that three major ...
 Business Insider India1 day ago Rs 20,000 Crore For The Railway Safety Fund Might Show Up In Budget 2017  Indiatimes1 day ago 1st lot of railway safety fund may come in Budget  Times of India2 days ago First lot of railway safety fund may come in Budget  Economic Times1 day ago
Financial Express

Budget 2017: Railways to get Rs 1 lakh crore for safety on tracks

Email this Print The government is looking to infuse Rs 1 lakh crore towards Rashtriya Rail Sanraksha Kosh (RRSK). This wish was long pending one, reported the Indian Express. Finance Ministry has given the Railways Rs 55,000 crore for 2017-18 ...
 Smart Investor4 days ago Budget 2017: Safety prime for Railways; mulling safety cess on tickets: Srcs  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago Rlys seeks gross budgetary support of Rs 50K-cr  Economic Times4 days ago Railways Seeks Gross Budgetary Support of Rs. 50,000 Crore  HT Syndication2 days ago
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Rail fares, eating out, mobile bills likely to get more expensive from April 1

New Delhi: Whatever good or bad news the Budget 2016-17 may roll out for common man, but what seems likely that service tax rate will movenorthfrom the existing 15 percent( inclusive ofKrishiCessandSwachBharatCess). As per BTV news report, ...
 ZeeNews.com3 days ago
Money Today

Railway services must be paid for, says Arun Jaitley

Weeks before he presents India's first combined general and railway budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said rail commuters must pay for the service they receive even as he made a strong case for outsourcing of non-core functions like hospitality ...
 Money Today1 month ago Industrialists to Arun Jaitley: Need rail station in Noida  Times of India5 days ago Rail services must be paid for, says Jaitley  Deccan Herald1 month ago Will Jaitley hike rail fares in India's 1st combined budget. Here's a hint  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Bokaro list for rail budget

DREAM RUN: Bokaro railway station Bokaro Chamber of Commerce and Industries and various community associations have written to railway minister Suresh Prabhu with a wish list for the railway budget that is to be merged with this year's Union ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago

Rail budget for U'khand to be increased to Rs 500 cr next

Describing infrastructure development in Uttarakhand as one of the Centre's focus areas because of its capacity to generate employment, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today said the annual rail budget for the state will be increased to Rs 500 crore ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
DNA

Earlier Rail budgets were focused on pleasing parliamentarians: PM Modi

[India], Nov. 18(ANI) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that previous Rail budgets were politicized as they were primarily focused to please the Members of Parliament(MP), adding that the decision of Railway Budget merger with General Budget ...
 Sify2 months ago Our railway budgets aim development, not politics: PM  Prokerala2 months ago Political parties slam railway ministry after Hirakhand Express tragedy  Times of India2 days ago
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