Indian Railways

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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.


Rs 35 lakh, 6 months and 16 dead kids later, Railways begins to install the gate

As many as 16 school children were killed after a train rammed their school bus at this crossing.

Warning devices: Railways seeks legal opinion

In case of accidents, Railways is usually not liable to pay compensation.


Railways to have derailment detector device to prevent mishap

The derailment detectors are fitted on the end of a coach and are designed to immediately apply brakes.


9-month food stock for N-E trains to wi-fi on all: Railways get 24 PMO ideas

The railway board has segregated the action points according to the directorates concerned.

Gowda got a few tips from his station master brother too

Nandikur station master called his elder brother’s maiden budget better than budgets presented by any other railway minister.


High tariff needed to make bullet trains viable: Economic survey

Railways has selected seven corridors for carrying out pre-feasibility studies for bullet trains.


Missing the train

Rail budget has statements of intent that are not backed by a roadmap or timeline.

Getting on board

Gowda’s pragmatic budget could begin the process of revival of railways. But it will be a long haul.


Five ways the Railway Budget might make train travel easier

Here’s how your life will become easier, if the Railway Budget is properly implemented.


Railways, prime mover

Roads should be used only where rail is less cost-effective.


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