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Russian court backs order evicting Polish diplomats in St. Pet...

couple share a kiss as Russian conscripts, wearing military uniforms, bid farewell to acquaintances at a local railway station before their departure for their garrisons in Stavropol, southern Russia, December 18, greater numbers than ... 24Dunia, 1 month ago

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Russian railway monopoly set to raise $333 mln by selling subsidiaries in 2015

SAINT-PETERSBURG, January 29. /TASS/. JSC Russian Railways is expecting to have a revenue of around 23 bln rubles ($333 mln) from selling certain subsidiary companies in 2015, according to Valery Reshetnikov, RZD Senior Vice President. The ...
 Itar Tass2 months ago RZD expecting around 5 bln rubles in dividends from GEFCO in 2015  Interfax.com2 months ago

Peterborough, South Australia: Travel guide and things to do

Located 253 km north of Adelaide, Peterborough is a railway town. Its greatest claim to fame is that it is one of only two places in Australia (the other is Gladstone) where three railway gauges met. This particular absurdity was the result of ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago

'Towned': St. Petersburg Tow Truck Gets Towed Away for Improper Parking

A four ton tow truck caught in a red zone was towed away in St. Petersburg on Friday night, Russian radio station Russkaya Sluzhba Novostei (Russian News Service) reports. Passerby said that the truck, parked near the historical Vitebsky Railway ...
 Sputnik1 week ago
West Australian

World's best and cheapest train trips for travellers on a budget

St Petersburg to Moscow: The "Red Arrow" is another one of those iconic Russian trains, one that's been running between the country's two most famous cities since 1931. It's a little gaudy and over-the-top, but that's what you're paying for here: ...
 The Northern Times3 weeks ago Russian-Made Double Decker Train Ready for New St.Petersburg-Moscow Route  RIA Novosti2 months ago Wonderful train journeys of the world (The West Australian)  West Australian1 month ago The world's best new train trips months ago

Wealth of Moscow's golden circle too vast to imagine

The wealth of Putin's inner circle runs to tens of billions of pounds. Head of Russian Railways, the country's biggest employer, since 2005. He has been part of Putin's St Petersburg circle since the 1990s, and is dogged by claims from opposition ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago
Huffington Post Canada

5,000 CP Rail Workers Could Be Off Job By Sunday Morning

MONTREAL - The parties involved in negotiations between Canadian Pacific Railway and two of its unions are hopeful that a deal can be reached before the unions decide to through on threatened job action. Both Unifor, which represents safety and ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 month ago
Moscow Times

Putin's Tirade Ended Suburban Train Debate — Russian Railways Chief

It is unclear where the financing required for maintaining the loss-making services will come from. Angry criticism andan order byRussian President Vladimir Putin torestore canceled suburban trains has ended adebate over theloss-making service, ...
 Moscow Times1 month ago

The head of Russia's vast state railway company on Thursday said he might quit if the government persisted in its "unreasonable" demands that he publish his salary.

By The St. Petersburg Times Published: January 16, 2015 (Issue # 1844) A government order obliges Vladimir Yakunin, along with other state managers, to publish his earnings on his company's website. Photo: Vladimir Yakunin / Vedomosti ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia2 months ago Railway Chief Threatens to Quit Over Demands to Publish Salary  St. Petersburg Times Russia2 months ago

Vladimir Yakunin, head of Russia's railroad monopoly Russian Railways, is suing The New York Times in a Russian court for libel, saying the respected U.

Tuesday, Jan. 27 Observe the 71st anniversary of the end of the Siege of Leningrad on Palace Square with a free concert at 7 p.m. Listen to WWII-era songs and the poetry of Olga Bergholz while you peruse outdoor exhibitions dedicated to life ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia2 months ago
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