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State not neglected in railway budget, says Suresh Prabhu

KOCHI: The state was not neglected in the railway budget, said Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu. Financial crunch is an obstruction for the development of railways. Inaugurating the new demu service in Kochi, he said no discrimination was shown ...
 Kaumudi2 weeks ago Maharashtra: Centre, state sign pact to fast-track MUTP-III  Indian Express1 week ago Suresh Prabhu to sign Memorandum of Understanding for Special Purpose Vehicle  Asian Age1 week ago Suresh Prabhu says dedicated freight corridor will boost railways' revenue  Smart Investor1 week ago
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ECR executes 12 projects within 36 days of rail budget

Railways has executed at least 39 of the total schemes announced during the 2015-2016 rail budget within 36 days.
 Times of India1 month ago Pakistan Railways out of intensive care  Railway Gazette1 week ago Call for separate Mangaluru railway division  Deccan Herald1 month ago BR proposes circular rly feasibility study  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
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Financial Express

Rail freight shows depressing 1.2% growth in April-May

Though the Union Railway Minister, Suresh Prabhu, had announced in the Rail Budget that the Railways was expecting freight traffic to grow from 1,101 million tonnes (mt) in 2014-15 to 1,186 mt in 2015-16, there has actually been a depressing 1.2% ...
 IChainnel1 week ago Weak economy throws railway freight off track  Financial Express1 week ago

HC direction to railways likely to hit demand for additional trains

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS New train announced in Budget has not yet been introduced The Karnataka High Court's direction to South Western Railway on Monday to consider, within three months, representations to operate ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Prabhu inaugurates train in Odisha  Business Standard1 month ago
Indian Express

LIC seeks upward revision of interest rate in loan deal with Railways

The Railway budget has outlined the highest-ever plan size of Rs 1 lakh crore a 52 per cent jump from last year with Rs 17,136 crore to be sourced through borrowings from outside institutions. The fate of the much-hyped loan deal between Railways ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago Major shift: Loco-free Train Sets to be maintained by private player  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Centre invites global bids for Rs 2,500 crore 'train sets' project  Economic Times1 month ago To give push to 'Make In India', Railways invites bids for Rs 2,500-cr 'train set' plan  Economic Times1 month ago
Business Standard

Dismal freight tonnage growth for Railways takes sheen off tall budget claims

Indian Railways has reported a dismal 1.2% growth in freight tonnage in the first two months of the current fiscal (April-May), clocking an incremental volume of a mere 2.2 million tonne (MT) a trend that does not seem to support rail minister ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago Dismal freight growth takes sheen off tall Rail Budget claims  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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Open railways to private cos, scrap rail budget: Panel

NEW DELHI: The Bibek Debroy committee on the restructuring of state owned Indian Railways has proposed opening up the sector to private companies, the establishment of a statutory regulator and scrapping the rail budget. It has also suggested the eventual ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago WRMS opposes Debroy committee recommendations  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Debroy Panel suggests radical reforms of Railways, bats for end to separate budget  DNA3 weeks ago Open railways to pvt cos, scrap rail budget: Panel  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Panel for private players in railways; end of separate budget

ike entry of private players, separation of off-line activities from core business, establishment of a regulator to decide on tariffs and an end to the practice of a separate budget have been recommended to revamp the cash-strapped railways. Holding that the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Set up group to check excess expenditure: Par Panel to Govt

ed over increasing instances of ministries like Finance, Defence and Railways exceeding budgeted expenditure, a Parliamentary panel today asked government to set up a high level expert group to review the problem and suggest remedial steps. "Steps should be ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Govt to bring down budget deficit to 5pc  Financial Daily2 weeks ago Parliamentary panel unhappy at railways spending in excess of budget grants  DNA2 months ago Parl panel unhappy at rlys spending in excess of budget grants  Business Standard2 months ago
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