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Rail extension proposed to boost Haneda airport accessibility
Japan Times

Rail extension proposed to boost Haneda airport accessibility

The transport ministry is considering building a rail line to connect two stations owned by different private railways to improve accessibility to Tokyo's Haneda airport before the 2020 Olympics. In response, Ota Ward, where the envisaged line ... Japan Times, 9 hours ago

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Urban development ministry to head Kolkata Metro?

In the Narendra Modi government’s new scheme of things, the railway ministry is considering handing over the Kolkata Metro railway project to the urban development ministry, which is in charge of all the other metro rail projects in the country.  ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Ministries Asked For Inputs for PM Modi's First Red Fort Speech  NDTV5 hours ago Ministries asked to give inputs for Modi's first I-Day speech  Deccan Herald6 hours ago Ministries asked for inputs for PM's first Red Fort speech  Sify1 hour ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Modi to take final call on railway fare hike

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take a final call on whether passenger and freight charges should be hiked after a meeting with Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda. However, the railways has decided to create a dedicated safety fund, a proposal the Finance ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago In big infra push PM sets roads rail power targets  Hindustan Times1 day ago Modi meets Secys of key infra ministries, reviews targets for current fiscal  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago In big infrastructure push, PM Modi sets roads, rail, power targets  Hindustan Times1 day ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Defence, railway FDI in final lap

Consultations among ministries on easing foreign direct investment norms in defence and railways are in the final stages and a cabinet note will be moved soon. The cabinet notes for railways and defence are under the final consultative process. Once we get ...
 The Telegraph3 days ago Cabinet note on FDI in defence, railway likely by next month  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago FDI limits for defence, railways to be hiked; e-commerce to wait  Financial Express18 hours ago Cabinet Decision on FDI in Railways Likely this Week  New Indian Express1 week ago

No plan to phase out Sleeper Class coaches: Railways

The ministry was reacting to a new report that said the Railway Board was thinking of replacing all second-class coaches with AC coaches. The Indian Railways on Monday denied a news report that claimed there was a plan to replace Sleeper Class ...
 India Today5 hours ago
The Financial Chronicle

LIVE! Rail budget on July 9, general budget on July 11?

Just in: The railway budget is likely to be announced on July 9 and the general budget on July 11. The railway ministry is considering to propose a hike in passenger fares in the Rail Budget 2014-15 slated to be presented by Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda.   ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Railways back on track  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Twitter users react to the first #RailBudget2014 under Narendra Modi's administration  DNA2 weeks ago Passengers may pay for NDA dreams  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Science Express Chugs Out of Delhi on Bio-Diversity Mission

Press Trust of India Union Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda (left) with Minister of State for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Jitendra Singh and Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar flagging ...
 NDTV5 hours ago Narendra Modi government flags off Science Express train chugging on a bio-diversity mission  DNA India8 hours ago

Indian Railways Takes Austerity Measures

ures are regularly adopted on Railways to ensure saving in expenditure. Further, guidelines of Ministry of Finance on expenditure management and austerity are also followed by Railways. The various measures taken by Railways inter alia include- Economy & ...
 PIB1 week ago

Modi hails 'pro poor' Budget, Opposition calls it 'pro rich'

Hailing the Railway Budget as "futuristic and growth-oriented", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said it is for the common people as it aspires for better service, speed and safety with focus on development of the country. He said the Rail Budget presented in Parliament by Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda shows where his government wants to take India through the railways as it focusses on strengthening institutional mechanism, transparency and integrity. "Congratulations to the Railway ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Budget 2014: First test of Narendra Modi's reform mettle  Asian Age2 weeks ago PM Modi fast tracks government, silently  The Sunday Guardian1 day ago Narendra Modi's ideas train to have solar panels, bio-toilets  DNA2 weeks ago

Siddaramaiah will be responsible if railway projects suffer: Railway minister

MANGALORE: Union Railway minister DV Sadananda Gowda said chief minister Siddaramaiah would be responsible if railway projects in the state suffer a setback. Ahead of the railway budget, chief minister Siddaramaiah had written to railway minister ...
 Times of India1 day ago
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