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Counting losses, Railways may stop paying for counting cash

Old rule allows cashiers to earn extra money, sometimes more than salaries.

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Rail project to raise coal output set to miss deadline

Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhattisgarh yet to hand over land.


With ‘educate, demonstrate & punish’ formula, rly clean-up crew gears up

Apart from Central and Western Railway staff, common people have also been roped in for the shramdan exercise on October 2.


Former minister Bansal says nephew never spoke to him about appointment

The deposition of the former minister remained inconclusive as the public prosecutor required some clarification from the Investigation Officer.


By November, a Rajdhani to Arunachal

State agrees to relax the rigid norm of inner-line permit for passengers with reserved tickets.

To speed up work on projects, Railways uses Prime Minister’s name

Rail Bhavan is abuzz with instances of how references to the Prime Minister have, of late, become frequent in official communications.


Rodents on prowl, rattled passengers dread train journeys

With complaints pouring in, railway officials say frequency of fumigation will be increased.

To make trains run faster, Rlys to get help from China

Of the eight semi-high speed corridors one will be handed over to China to conduct technical studies, sources said.


All North-East capitals on railway in five years: Gowda

Gowda also said that he had already announced a budgetary grant of Rs 5,742 crore for the projects.


Not just by hitting sixes

So far, government has kept the scoreboard moving with singles.


Railways fined after rats on train damage passenger’s bags

Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has ordered Indian Railways to pay Rs 15,000 compensation to a passenger.

Govt notifies FDI cap relaxation in Railways

Press note comes a day after DIPP notified increased cap of 49 per cent FDI in defence sector.

With the launch of the system, now 1,20,000 concurrent users can book e-tickets simultaneously against the earlier capacity of 40,000 concurrent users at a time.

Indian Railways launches next gen e-ticketing system

The next generation Indian Railways e-ticketing system has the capacity to book 7200 tickets per minute.

Bill to amend Rlys Act sent to panel

The Indian Express on August 8 reported that Railways compensation claims on accidental falling have shot through the roof over the years.


Instructions have gone out to all directorates to make sure this timeline is not breached.


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