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Mumbaikars moving to central suburbs

In what can be called as a sign of a major shift, the Central Railway (CR) saw an increase of one lakh passengers a day in the last financial year while the Western Railway (WR) witnessed a dip of 40,000 passengers per day in the same period, indicating that ... Asian Age, 1 month ago

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Business Standard India

T N Ninan: High-speed folly

highway network that links the four major metros. The intention must be that if the Golden Quadrilateral is associated with the first BJP prime minister (Atal Bihari Vajpayee), then its Diamond equivalent in the form of a network of high-speed ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Al Jazeera

Mumbai street musicians hit the right notes

Life in Mumbai is fast and frenetic. Yet, it is not entirely out of the city's character for occasional strains of sweet music to rise over the customary chaos and cacophony. As harried commuters hop in and out of local trains to crisscross India's ...
 Al Jazeera4 weeks ago

Elderly woman dead, four hurt in rail accident

MUMBAI: A 60-year-old woman was killed while crossing tracks between Parel and Currey Road stations on Wednesday. An accidental death case was lodged. Meanwhile, the Thane-Diva section saw four mishaps on Wednesday. While a man was injured after he ...
 Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

In Maximum City, ever on its frenetic feet

Everyone celebrates one's own city, for the associations one has with its streets, the school one studied in, the friends and relatives who supported at various times, and for the mere comfort one gets in knowing one's way around a place. I am a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Railways need 3 years to raise City platforms

Reason: They lack availability of contractors and adequate time to carry out the crucial work Mumbai : The High Court wants the railways to increase the height of the suburban platforms to 920 mm as soon as possible so that the killer gap which ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago

New railcard offers one third off train travel

ATOC A brand new railcard will launch in the UK next Monday, giving pairs of passengers who travel together - one third off adult rail fares. The Two Together Railcard costs 30 a year and there's no limit on the number of times it can be used. The ...
 AOL UK1 month ago

‘Automatic doors need of the hour’

Non-air-conditioned trains with automatic doors are the need of the hour, not air-conditioned locals, said Central Railway general manager Sunil Kumar Sood on Wednesday. Citing the example of Kolkata metro, Mr Sood said, “It is being done there, so it is ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Holistic Healing

Advertising on news channels has taken a leaf out of Google's strategy of matching ads with content. An ad on Total News rode on a crime story in which the Ghaziabad police had caught a stolen Baleno with fake plates fully loaded with untaxed booze.
 Indian Express1 month ago
Construction Week Online India

High-tech edge

With more projects being implemented across various cities, the metro rail sector is picking up speed in India. This has thrown open new opportunities as well as challenges for construction companies, metro operators and vendors. Each metro project ...
 Construction Week Online India1 month ago
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