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Vinod Rai roped in to make Railways transparent: Prabhu

Vinod Rai roped in to make Railways transparent: Prabhu

Panaji, Dec 20 (IANS): Former scam-busting Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai has been roped in by the Indian Railways to evolve a transparency mechanism for the functioning of the ministry and its operations. "I have asked our former ... Daijiworldcom, 1 day ago
Vinod Rai roped in to make Rlys transparent: Prabhu The Freepress Journal, 13 hours ago
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Comrade P R Menon

VETERAN leader of the railway workers of India, former general secretary and president of the National Railway Mazdoor Union (NRMU), former vice president of the All India Railwaymen's Federation (AIRF), one of the senior most members of the CPI(M) ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 day ago President receives World Scout Bureau Director  State House Uganda2 days ago President commends Afric Aid for food donation to South Sudan  State House Uganda2 days ago President receives former Nigeria leader General Dr. Yakubu Gowon  State House Uganda2 days ago
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Crash in imported coal prices to damage Indian Railways' earnings

Crash in imported coal prices to damage Indian Railways' earnings (Follow @Logistic_Guru on Twitter for important updates) The Financial Express reported that a massive crash in imported coal prices to below USD 65 a tonne in December is on ...
 Logistics Guru2 days ago Indian Railways opens INR 90K cr infrastructure projects under FDI  Logistics Guru4 days ago With cheaper imports and lesser local coal to wheel around, Railways stares at reduced freight earnings  Financial Express4 days ago

Indian Railways freight earnings up 12.09pct in April to November

(Follow @Logistic_Guru on Twitter for important updates) Railways has generated INR 66,211.42 crore of revenue from freight traffic during April to November 2014 as compared to INR 59,069.73 crore during the corresponding period last year, ...
 Logistics Guru2 days ago India Railways to acquire 13,162 wagons in 2014-15  Logistics Guru3 days ago
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This Christmas, it's a double bonanza for railways

Diesel cost is down 16% but Indian Railways is not revising the fuel adjustment component due in December. Ii will gain Rs 5,000 crore (Rs 50 billion) in FY15 The government and the oil marketing companies are not the only ones benefiting from the falling petroleum prices. By not revising the fuel adjustment component of passenger fares and freight rate, Indian Railways, too, is making a small margin on fuel cost. The transporter could save around Rs 5,000 crore (Rs 50 billion) on diesel bill ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Diesel cost down 16%, but Railways not revising FAC due in December  Sify3 days ago
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Training for Indian railway officers kicks off in Beijing

India and China have amplified their partnership in the railway sector with the start of a 12-day programme that would train Indian personnel on running trains carrying heavy bulk cargo. The training programme on heavy-haul technology for the first ...
 Hindu Business Line4 days ago Training of first group of Indian railway officials begins in China  Jagran Post5 days ago CHINA-RAILWAY - 1st batch of Indian railway officials begin training in China  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago First batch of Indian railway officers begin training in Beijing  The Hindu5 days ago
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Indian Railways to install CCTV cameras in 100 ladies coaches

The Railways have decided to install CCTV cameras in about 100 ladies coaches in a few selected trains with the objective of enhancing the safety of women passengers. The ministry has advised a long-term and a short-term action plan for provision of ...
 Security Today2 days ago Women battalion for security of female train passengers soon  Jagran Post1 week ago

Imported coal to be costlier as Indian Railways raises congestion fee

(Follow @Logistic_Guru on Twitter for important updates) Economic Times reported that power companies will be forced to pay more for imported coal as Indian Railways has decided to levy congestion charge of 10% on base freight rates for traffic ...
 Logistics Guru4 days ago Congestion fee to make imported coal costlier  Economic Times5 days ago
Business Today India

Railways may hike fuel price-linked fares despite falling oil prices

The Indian Railways is expected to announce a hike in passenger fares in the next Rail Budget to be presented early next year, despite falling oil prices, as it passes on the burden of rising power costs to passengers as part of its fuel ...
 Domain-B6 days ago Railways may raise passenger fares early next year  Business Today India6 days ago Railways to raise fares?  MSN News6 days ago Railway fares likely to go up early next year  IBNLive India News1 week ago
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Railways needs massive funds for improvement: Prabhu

Describing the finances of Indian Railways as "too tight for comfort", Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Friday said the railways needed massive investment. Adding facts and figures to what is obvious to most of India's harried railway passengers, ...
 Domain-B1 week ago Railways need big investment, says Prabhu  Press Trust of India1 week ago Indian Railways in a need of big investments, says Suresh Prabhu  PardaPhash1 week ago Railways have no funds, need big investment: Suresh Prabhu  IndiaTV News1 week ago
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