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The problem with using e-wallets to buy train tickets

Shine Jacob & Karan Choudhury highlight the red flags raised by the Controller General of Accounts. IMAGE: The CGA has rejected the proposal to allow the purchase of train tickets over the counter through e-wallets, saying there is no proper mechanism to monitor how the money will flow back to the government accounts. Photograph: Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters. At a time when the Narendra Modi-led government is pushing for digital transactions, the Controller General of Accounts (CGA), ...
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The great Indian railways and a little app

RailYatri offers a host of travel-related services to a 4.5 million user base. Shine Jacob finds out what's next for the app. IMAGE: By the end of the next financial year, the RailYatri app expects to surpass the IRCTC site, which receives 12.5 million hits monthly. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Thalaivaa (Rajnikanth), Dabang (Salman Khan) and Virat (Virat Kohli) have nothing to do with Indian Railways. However, cut-outs of these three legends and a snooker table are what greet ...
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Want to travel by train? Start praying for low inflation

Train passenger fares may soon be linked to inflation rate, reports Shine Jacob. The central government is now considering an inflation-based model of setting the fares of train passengers after having introduced a form of surge pricing in September. Sources close to the development have said the new model may be based on the Wholesale Price Index. "Currently, the railways recovers only 57% of the cost of journeying a passenger. We want to end this and link the fares to inflation. The idea is ...
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Why the recent cash crunch is not bad news for all

Digital-pay companies see 10x spurt in growth after demonetisation, report Ayan Pramanik and Shine Jacob/Business Standard from Bengaluru. Image: While the US has 13.5 terminals for every 1,000 debit cards, India has only two terminals for the same number. Photograph: PTI Photo. With the government pushing digital transactions after demonetisation, demand for point-of-sale devices is likely to grow 10 times. At least two digital payment service providers have witnessed stupendous growth in ...
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Is it safe to use mobile wallets at petrol pumps?

Safety standards are thrown to the wind as government urges consumers to use mobile wallets at petrol pumps, Shine Jacob & Karan Choudhury/Business Standard report from New Delhi. IMAGE: From December 2, the share of cashless transactions through petrol pumps has increased to 44 per cent from 20 per cent before demonetisation. Photograph: Parth Sanyal/Reuters If you are using a mobile wallet to pay at petroleum retail outlets you may be helping the government in moving to a less-cash or ...
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4,000 km of pipelines in 30 months!

BC Tripathi, who helms India's largest natural gas marketer and transporter -- GAIL, discusses last-mile connectivity to homes with Jyoti Mukul and Shine Jacob. IMAGE: A representational photograph of a natural gas pipeline being laid. GAIL is executing Rs 20,000 crore worth of projects to boost India's pipeline infrastructure. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images. The Union government in September approved 40 per cent viability gap funding for the Jagdishpur-Haldia and Bokaro-Dhamra ...
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Is Sabrimala ready for Trupti Desai?

Trupti Desai and her Bhumata Brigade are unshakeable in their belief that women can and should go everywhere. Their fight has earned women the right to enter the inner sanctums of the Shani Shingnapur Temple, the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple as well as the Haji Ali Dargah. Their next target is Sabarimala in Kerala. Aditi Phadnis reports. Must Watch: When Trupti Desai entered Haji Al in Mumbai. Photograph: Sahil Salvi. If Trupti Desai says she will do it, she probably will. Founder of the ...
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Shut In movie review: great actors wasted in an unconvincing thriller

The trailer was promising, but the movie just floundered at every possible turn. A terrible accident leaves Mary Portman (Naomi Watts) a widow. Shes left all alone to take care of her stepson Stephen (Sranger Thingss Charlie Heaton), whos in a vegetative ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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