Railway Budget 2014

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‘Bengal deprived and humiliated’

Mamata: We are not beggars, want legitimate rights


Locals with automatic doors to chug into city in next 4 months

To improve safety of passengers, I propose to bring in the technology both in main line and suburban coaches: D V Sadananda Gowda


Congress MLAs gherao Gowda’s house, say Budget is ‘anti-people’

Calling the budget “meaningless”, the eight MLAs, as well as the party’s councillors in the three municipal corporations of Delhi.

BJP hopes ‘feel good’ budget will help it in state polls

“Overall, Maharashtra got a very good deal in this budget.”

2 high-speed trains to speed up Nagpur growth

Scope of industrial growth in Nagpur is massive and unexplored.

‘Chai wala’ Modi sips tea, promises to bring black money back if he becomes PM

Railways has projected Rs 1,64,995 crore revenue for the next fiscal, around Rs 20,000 crore more.

Premium trains, zero fare hike in Kharge’s maiden budget

Interim Rail Budget: Makes a record with 73 new trains and paints a rosy fiscal situation.


Railways to run 17 premium AC-special trains on busy routes

Buoyed by the success of AC trains between Delhi and Mumbai, Indian Railway to introduce 17 more trains on busy routes.


Waitlisted passengers to get automatic SMS alert, can also book meals online, assures Railway Minister

Online booking of meals and SMS alerts on PNR status will come into effect after the Railway budget is passed.


Interim Railway Budget: Mallikarjun Kharge flags off 39 new trains, doesn’t touch fares

Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge also announced starting of more high-speed trains.


Mallikarjun Kharge presents interim railway budget amid chaos

Union railway minister presented the last Railway Budget by the UPA II government.


Railway budget today: Rail Minister likely to announce premium trains on busiest routes

With the general elections nearing, he is expected to walk a tightrope between keeping a few of the existing projects afloat and announcing a few new ones.