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Infra push: Budget tilts the needle towards public sector

After a gap of several years, public sector has been put to a significant leadership role in the country's infrastructure development strategy. This is important as the Centre had in recent years been largely betting on public private partnerships ... Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago

The passenger is king

The Modi government's first Railway Budget proposes no new trains and leaves fares untouched, but promises to make travel easier and safer Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, presenting the Narendra Modi government's first full-year Railway Budget on ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Freight rates for select products hiked

Comment · print · T T T+· T- THE HINDU In the wake of declining diesel prices, it was expected that freight rates would not be increased. TOPICS Done to rationalise tariff on different set of commodities: Prabhu Though there was ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

The passenger is the king

Comment · print · T T T+· T- PTI A perilous commute for many. Passengers arrive in Delhi on Thursday. TOPICS The Modi government's first Railway Budget proposes no new trains and leaves fares untouched, but promises to make travel ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Private capital to push growth

The Railways has identified 25 projects that could involve an overall investment in excess of Rs 1 lakh crore for execution through private participation and foreign direct investment. The big-ticket items on the list are two high-speed train corridors ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago

The verdict on India's railway budget is out: Suresh Prabhu has kept it real

Sorry. No new trains were announced today. Eschewing a legacy ofpopulism and quixotic announcements, first-time railway minister Suresh Prabhu's maiden budget speech on Feb. 26 provided a blueprint for transforming the massive transportation ...
 Quartz6 days ago

Prescription for Economic Growth

The Indian economy is still under stress. Budget 2015 can be the stress buster. In the last nine months, the aura of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has improved industry and foreign investors sentiments and propelled the stock markets to new heights.
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Railways need review of accounting standards

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS It is doubtful if long gestation railway projects will see foreign investors trooping in with their capital Indian Railways will need to review its accounting standards before it can expect private ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Shipping ministry planning to revive non-functional ports

NEW DELHI: The shipping ministry is formulating a plan to revive several of the country's 133 nonfunctional ports as part of a move to encourage traders to use India's vast 7,500 km coastline for transporting local freight. The ministry has ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago

Maharashtra's CRZ to seek Centre's nod for Rs 8,500-cr project

The Maharashtra government and the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation will have to launch a massive exercise to reclaim about 110 hectares for the Rs 8,500-crore coastal road connecting Nariman Point in south Mumbai and Kandivali in north Mumbai.
 Business Standard India1 month ago Maharashtra to seek Centre's nod for Rs 8,500-cr coastal road project  Smart Investor1 month ago
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