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Mumbai Mirror

How Railways can raise funds for its ambitious projects

Over the next five years, the Railways plan to invest in dedicated freight corridors, high-speed rails and elevated corridors, obtain rolling stock production and to develop logistic parks for facilitating Rail movement. All this requires an ... Money Life, 2 weeks ago

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Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 weeks ago

Mumbai needs rational planning for public transport

Union railway minister Suresh Prabhu has announced a grand plan to build elevated corridors on the existing western and harbour railway lines, providing road and rail connectivity between Churchgate-Virar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus-Panvel.
 Hindustan Times2 months ago 2 elevated rail corridors for Mumbai  Asian Age2 months ago Railways, state government plan to build elevated rail, road on same pier  Times of India2 months ago
Mid Day

A dream rail and road project

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has a huge plan to improve Mumbai's suburban service. What is however not known is whether he visualised and studied the plan in his dream or his department has worked it out in a pragmatic manner. The plan includes ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 months ago Railways to spend Rs 111 crore to expand local train network  Mid Day3 weeks ago Rail Budget 2015: MUTP III is on, says minister  Asian Age4 weeks ago Rail Budget: Suresh Prabhu promises phase three of MUTP to boost infrastructure  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Prabhu has a plan to ease suburban commuter rush

Suggests staggered office timings, six-lane elevated road and rail corridors between Churchgate-Virar, CST-Panvel Commenting upon the recent rioting and suburban rail disruption at Diva, Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu argued that ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 months ago Rail ministers unclog plan Single transport body stagger office time  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Why Mumbai finds it hard to grow, and it's not just Metro 3

Is Mumbai becoming an infra graveyard? As protests against the Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro 3 intensifies over its 30-hectare depot at Aarey's forest land and also on its Girgaum stretch, questions are being raised as to whether Mumbai is becoming ...
 DNA India2 days ago Hitch-prone Mumbai monorail spends 4 times than metro on every commuter daily  Times of India1 week ago Phase II expansion of Mumbai metro awaiting clearance  Hindu Business Line2 months ago

Railways asks METRO to seek aid of RITES

AHMEDABAD: Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) has decided to rope in Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES), a government of India enterprise, for the final approval of the design of the stations and the elevated ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ground breaking ceremony of Metro Rail project in Ahmedabad(Live Video)  DeshGujarat1 week ago Watch invitation card of stone laying for Ahmedabad Metro project  DeshGujarat1 week ago CM,Union Minister to lay stone for Ahmedabad Metro Rail Project on March 14  DeshGujarat2 weeks ago
Times of India

Rail Budget 2015:Rs1crrollout for much-hyped rail project

Mumbai would not be terribly excited with what it got from Suresh Prabhu, its first representative in Rail Bhavan in a decade-and-a-half. But there was all-round relief among its 75 lakh suburban commuters at something that did not come: a widely ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Rail Budget 2015: Rs 1cr rollout for much-hyped rail project  Times of India3 weeks ago Rs 1cr rollout for much-hyped rail project  Times of India3 weeks ago
Mid Day

High-speed trains to chug on nine routes

Instead of announcing any new bullet train, the government has decided to increase the speed of trains on nine railway corridors from the existing 110 and 130 kmph to 160 and 200 kmph, respectively, so that inter-metro journeys such as Delhi-Kolkata ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Plan for Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor may get back on track  Mid Day2 months ago Plan for Bullet Train Corridor Back On Track?  NDTV2 months ago New Push For Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train  NDTV2 months ago
Jagran Post

Rail Budget 2015: People say 'Hey Prabhu' as no hike in fare, Railway chugs in on reform track

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. Read more: Read ...
 Jagran Post4 weeks ago Mumbai wants Rs 11,441 crore slice of the Railway Budget pie  Mid Day4 weeks ago Suresh Prabhu's Railway Budget pill: Converge private, public tracks  Financial Express4 weeks ago No hike in train passenger fare, no new trains  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

XRBIA Developers reiterates commitment to future ready homes

Mumbai : Keeping in line with the practice of brining in industry's firsts, India's leading real estate developer XRBIA Developers recently announced the beginning of early possession of 1,000 apartments in XRBIA Hinjewadi project 8 months ahead of ...
 APN News6 days ago XRBIA Developers plans launch another 10,000 houses by year end  India Infoline6 days ago
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