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Going You can go by road via Kona Expressway/ Golden Quadrilateral/ State Highway. Or take Jessore Road and hit NH 34. Look out for old red pillars to Balakhana. There are also trains with AC chair cars from Kolkata and Sealdah stations like ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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World Bank to lend $1.1 billion for eastern railway freight corridor

The rail routes that form a quadrilateral linking Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata carry more than 60% of India's total rail freight, according to the World Bank. Photo: Mint Mumbai: The World Bank on Thursday signed an agreement to lend $1.1 ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago World Bank to lend USD 1.1 billion for eastern railway ...  Trans Reporter1 week ago

Bibi ka Maqbara: A Teardrop at the heart of Deccan

The Tajmahal has dominated the Indian tourism landscape to such an extent that it ends up overshadowing other and destinations more often than not. Bibi ka Maqbara is one such monument which gets a rough deal as it is often called the Taj of Deccan ...
 The Freepress Journal1 day ago

Gaining Lost Ground

With a stable, reform-friendly government in place, the Indian infrastructure growth story is looking for the right implementation strategy and on-ground action. Here are the key current infrastructure trends and the outlook for 2015. The ...
 ASAPP3 days ago

Nitin Gadkari, 57

20 kph mantra E-rickshaws and Gadkari's road congestion menu 200 days of nda-II Minister of road transport & highways 4/10 Arindam Mukherjee ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Government of India and World Bank Sign $1.1 Billion Agreement for the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor Project

The Government of India and the World Bank today signed a $1.1 billion agreement towards the second loan for the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (a freight-only rail line) that will help faster and more efficient movement of raw materials and ...
 Benzinga.com1 week ago
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Gowda's railway budget to focus on speed, safety

Balancing act ahead of the budget: As the nation waits for the Modi government's first Railway budget, Monday was just another gruelling day for commuters on the Patna-Gaya line. Photo: Ranjeet Kumar The Hindu Union Railway Minister Sadananda ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Gowda proposes FDI in Railways to attract investments  The Hindu4 weeks ago

Oil Price Dip Can Fuel Railways

When India's road infrastructure was not on a par with the development the country was aiming at, the then Vajpayee government announced the grandiose plan of four-laning the Golden Quadrilateral and the North-South and East-West corridor under the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

SRMU against privatisation move

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Union government's move to privatise railway facilities and introduce cent per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in railways will ultimately affect passenger services as the private players will hijack ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Alliance with JMM was a mistake

hat many Governments in the State during the last 14 years have only looted the State, Union Transport Minister and senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari aplogised to the people of Jharkhand on Monday and said that their party also made the mistake by ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
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