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Railway's decision to hike platform ticket price faces opposition

JAMSHEDPUR: The railway ministry has decided to hike the price of platform ticket with effect from April 1. The decision has not been received by the masses of Chakradharpur division of south eastern railway (SER). Several people have expressed ... Times of India, 1 week ago
Now, platform tickets to cost more Indian Express, 1 week ago

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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Bullet-like trains between Metros

Mumbai-Delhi journey will be completed overnight; no passenger fare hike Bullet-like trains will be on the track between major cities. The journey between Delhi and Mumbai will be completed overnight. This was announced by Union Railway ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Raiway fare  CAclubindia5 days ago Prabhu puts service, safety on track  Deccan Herald1 month ago Freight hike will push retail prices by up to 6 paise  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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Freight rate hiked; no rail fare increase

The Indian Railway Budget on Thursday hiked freight rates on cement, coal, foodgrain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 per cent to mop up an additional Rs 4,000 crore a year but spared passengers from any raise in fares while ruling out ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago Freight rate hike to hit key commodities  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago No new trains, fare hike in Rail Budget  The Assam Tribune1 month ago Railways hopes to gain Rs 4,000 cr from 3% average freight rate hike next fiscal  Smart Investor1 month ago
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Govt to invest Rs 1 lakh cr in Railways in FY16

Prabhu desists from passenger fare hike in Railway Budget; freight increase to fetch Rs 4,000 cr; no new trains announced
 Business Standard1 month ago Govt to invest Rs 8.5 lakh cr in railways over 5 years  Business Standard1 month ago Prabhu fires up investment engine  INooz1 month ago
Hindustan Times

No fare hike no new trains Prabhus reformdriven rail budget

Suresh Prabhu shunned the populism of the past to deliver a reformoriented railway budget on Thursday that focused on modernising an ageing network and improving amenities for the 23 million Indians who ride its trains daily
 Hindustan Times1 month ago No fare hike, no new trains: Prabhu's reform-driven rail budget [Hindustan Times, New Delhi]  BusinessWeek1 month ago
MSN News

Why the govt spared us a rail fare hike

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today said decline in prices of diesel, a major source of fuel for railways, is one of the reasons behind the government's decision not to hike passenger fares. The Minister also said that to tide over the issue of ...
 MSN News1 month ago Lower diesel prices behind zero hike in railway fares  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Rail Budget 2015: Lower diesel prices among reasons behind no hike in rail fares  Financial Express1 month ago Lower Diesel Prices Among Reasons Behind No Rail Fare Hike  NDTV Profit1 month ago
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NDTV

No Passenger Fare Hike Welcome in Raliway Budget, Says AIADMK's J Jayalalithaa

AIADMK chief and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has welcomed the Narendra Modi government's first Railway Budget, and expressed happiness that passenger fares have not been increased. "I am happy that the Railway Minister has spared the ...
 NDTV1 month ago
Rediff.com

TMC leader Dinesh Trivedi set to join BJP

Trivedi, who was forced to resign as Railway Minister in the Manmohan Singh's Cabinet after his budget contained a fare hike in 2012, did not deny persistent reports that he was tipped to join the BJP. Reports said that the TMC MP from Barrackpur was in touch ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago TMC leader praises Modi, wants to change 'face' of politics  Deccan Herald2 months ago Dinesh Trivedi set to join BJP  Deccan Herald2 months ago Modi has vision, but don't read between the lines: Dinesh Trivedi  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Interaksyon

Cabinet agrees to taxi fare hike; buses, railway on hold

PETALING JAYA: Taxi drivers have cause to celebrate as the Government has decided not to postpone the fare hike announced as effective from March 19. In line with the Cabinet's decision, the taxi fare revision announced on March 19 remains in ...
 TheStar.com.my6 days ago PNR fare hike to pay for railway's debts  GMA News.tv1 month ago PNR eyes P10 to P15 minimum fare hike  ABS-CBN News1 month ago PNR eyeing higher fares by March  Rappler1 month ago
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India Today

Railway freight rates hike will add to inflation

In order to add ballast to their revenue stream, Indian Railways will raise railway freight rates on coal, iron ore and steel from April 1 to help pump prime an expansion of their well-worn network, a move that threatens to raise costs for local ...
 India Today1 month ago Freight hike in Rail Budget to add to inflation woes  Business Today India1 month ago Railway Budget 2015: Freight rates to be hiked from April 1, consumers will pay for costlier grain  Economic Times1 month ago Railway Budget 2015: Freight hike to add to inflation woes  Indian Mirror1 month ago
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