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Railways to induct 40,000 refurbished coaches

Railways to induct 40,000 refurbished coaches

The Indian Railways is planning to induct about 40,000 coaches with improved interiors and upgraded facilities at an estimated cost of Rs 8,000 crore to provide world-class comfort to passengers. Besides, the state-run transporter will strengthen safety ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Money Today

Railways to spend Rs 15,000 crore on overhaul of coaches

Indian Railways produces 3,000 coaches every year, phases out 1,000 coaches
 Business Standard1 week ago Automatic doors, bio-toilets and more: Railways invite bids over Rs 20,000 crore for new coaches  Money Today1 month ago
India Today

Indian Railways considering Metro-like self-propelled trains for high-speed corridors

Railways could use self-propelled coaches on high-speech corridors. 2 The trains would have advanced braking systems. 3 A prototype coach is being manufactured at the Chennai ICF. Racing against time to bring a network of "high-speed corridors" on track, the ...
 India Today1 week ago

A lot on the plate, now time for execution

Indian Railways has several projects either in the pipeline or in various stages of finalisation
 Business Standard1 week ago

Exit from Jharia coal belt to cost railways Rs 2,500 crore

The Indian Railways is staring at a possible loss of over Rs 2,500 crore annually due to imminent closure of the 41-km long line between Chandrapura and Dhanbad as the land around the section in Jharia coalfields has started caving in due to underground fire.
 DNA1 week ago

Indian Railways to save Rs 1,500 crore in high value purchase

Cost reduction is being planned for diesel, which is the single most expensive item
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Railways to save Rs 1500 cr in high-value purchase  Business Standard2 weeks ago Central Railway to save Rs 2,500 cr after pact with RGPPL  Business Standard2 months ago
Business Standard

Smart initiatives of Indian Railways hold potential to raise GDP by 2 per cent: Suresh Prabhu

Mr. Prabhu said that to make this significant contribution to GDP a reality, the railways were working towards improving its finances and operational aspects in a transparent manner besides providing a better travel experience to the customers.
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Indian Railways' smart initiatives can raise GDP by 2%: Suresh Prabhu  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Malaysia to revamp 20 railway stations in tier II cities

Indian Railways is firming up plans to join hands with Malaysia to redevelop about 20 stations in tier-II cities across the country. Aimed at attracting nearly Rs 1 lakh crore private investment, the station redevelopment project envisages infrastructure revamp at platforms and circulating areas. It also entails commercial exploitation of station areas for constructing hotels, eateries, multiplexes, shopping malls and office complex among others for the use of developers for a period of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Indian Railways to offer 20 stations to Malaysia for redevelopment  DNA2 weeks ago Railways to offer 20 stations in Tier II cities to Malaysia for development  catchnews.com2 weeks ago Railways to offer 20 stations to Malaysia for redevelopment  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Way Too fast & furious?

Indian Railways introduced Tejas, a high-end train between Mumbai and Goa, continuing the legacy of Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Jan-Shatabdi, Sampark Kranti, Duronto and AC Double Decker. To cater to safety standards when trains run at a maximum speed exceeding 100 ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Wi-fi, CCTV, LED TV and much more...Tejas Express flagged off; Here's all you need to know  DNA1 month ago Luxurious Tejas Train Debuts With Mumbai-Goa Run; 5 Things Which Only Tejas Offers  Trak.in1 month ago Luxurious Tejas Express to be inaugurated today  Business Standard1 month ago

Indian Railways asked to pay Rs 75,000 as compensation to passenger whose seat was occupied by others

The state consumer commission has asked the Indian Railways to pay Rs 75,000 to a man after his reserved seat was occupied by unauthorised persons. The post Indian Railways asked to pay Rs 75,000 as compensation to passenger whose seat was occupied by others ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Rlys asked to pay Rs 75K to passenger whose seat was occupied  DNA2 weeks ago Railways to pay Rs 75,000 to man whose seat was occupied by others  catchnews.com2 weeks ago Railways to pay Rs 75,000 to passenger whose reserved seat was illegally occupied  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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