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With cheaper imports, lesser local coal to wheel around

Railways stare at potentially reduced freight earnings from coal.

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Laying new tracks

A railway university would promote synergy between operations and academia.

Wish list for $34-bn Japan loans in the works

India is now the largest recipient of ODA from Japan that has been extending bilateral loans since 1958.

Track diplomacy

Suresh Prabhu’s novel idea to meet all MPs over dinner to discuss railway projects in states has hit a hurdle.

Focus on rail projects as Modi visits Northeast

The PM will visit Assam the ensuing weekend. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Chairman of the Railway Board Arunendra Kumar will also be there.

Not so far away

Train tours for students could be a step towards bringing the Northeast closer.


Best drivers with ample rest behind most train accidents

The analysis has shown that 84 per cent of the accidents were caused by experienced drivers.

Gowda cuts short Railways award list

Over the years, the awards system had faced allegations of favouritism, at the cost of excluding the truly deserving.


Railways plans CCTV cameras at ticket counters to curb black-marketing

While CR has identified 10-12 new locations for installing the cameras by December, WR already has CCTVs at all its PRS centres.

Six-month rail block to hit food supply to Northeast

In Mizoram, food and civil supplies commissioner R Lalvena said the state was looking forward to import rice from Myanmar.

Court tells Bansal to appear as witness on September 22

The CBI court had earlier sent the summons to Bansal to appear before it on Tuesday for recording his statement as a prosecution witness.


Three trains run over boy’s body before it’s removed from tracks

Government Railway Police at Wadala has registered a case of accidental death.

Gowda has also introduced three pairs of electric trains on the 40 km Bangalore-Ramanagaram route six days a week and the 40 km Bangalore-Nelamangala route daily.

To ramp up lines, RailMin to focus on connecting businesses through corridors

To take up port links and critical coal connectivity lines on priority, says minister.


Fund crunch prompts govt to push for private sector investment

PPP has been on the Railways’ agenda for several years but it has not been able to take off .

Gowda prescribes bitter pill to shore up Railways’ finances

Minister blames the deteriorating health of Railways on an irrational tariff policy.