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Suresh Prabhu to be India’s Sherpa at G20

This will be the sixth time that Modi will attend a G20 Summit, and will also hold bilateral meetings on the sidelines. Terrorism, economic fugitives, WTO reform, and food security will be some of India’s focus areas at the summit.

‘Significant’ market access barriers faced by US businesses in India: Wilbur Ross

India is the 13th largest export market for US “due to overly restrictive market access barriers”, US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said.

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India, US to explore ‘suitable solutions’ to outstanding trade issues: Govt

India has also been mulling retaliatory tariffs on 29 products like almonds and apples since 2018 after the US raised import duties on steel and aluminum exported from the country.

India to hold mini-ministerial meet of WTO on May 13-14

Speaking at last year’s informal ministerial, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu stressed India had been a votary of multilateral trading system.

Suresh Prabhu calls for review of issues related to Jet Airways

Jet Airways is grappling with acute financial crunch and is operating less than 10 planes besides temporarily suspending international operations.

Jet Airways’s operational situation remains ‘fluid’; six bids received for the airline

According to sources, SBI Capital Markets (SBICAPs), which is overseeing the process of Jet Airways’ stake sale on behalf of Jet’s lenders led by SBI, received at least six initial bids from parties including private equity firms like TPG Capital, Indigo Partners, and Radcliffe Capital.

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Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu directs MoCA to review issues of cash-strapped Jet airways

Cash-strapped Jet Airways on Thursday grounded its services to and from the East and Northeast regions. It also suspended its international operations for a day.

India has made an offer to US to resolve trade issues, says Suresh Prabhu

US demanding greater market access for its agricultural, dairy products and medical devices.

Airlines responsible for their financial performance; govt can't interfere: Suresh Prabhu

In view of intense competition, rising costs, shortage of pilots and grounding of planes hurting many domestic carriers, the minister also said the government has been constantly responding to industry conditions and cited measures taken, including a reduction in central excise duty on jet fuel to 11 per cent from 14 per cent.

Government booster dose for startups: No tax on funds raised last 7 years

The Commerce and Industry Ministry issued a notification to simplify the process for startups to receive tax exemptions under an anti-evasion provision of the Act.

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Exclusive sneak peek into Kerala's Kannur International Airport

By conservative estimates, Kannur International Airport would serve a million passengers annually, with the number expected to increase five-fold by 2025.

Matunga Central Railway workshop completes 100 years

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu was present at the workshop to celebrate the 100 years of Matunga Central Railway workshop.

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Railway Budget 2016: No fare hike, increase in quota for senior citizens and women

The Union Railway Budget 2016-17 focused on capacity creation in the rail sector, with an increased outlay of about Rs. 1.21 lakh crore, and on completion of the ongoing projects rather than announcing new ones.

Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu presents Rail Budget

No new trains were announced in the Railway Budget today.

Suresh Prabhu, Piyush Goel, Dalai Lama attend World Hindu Congress

Tibetan Spiritual Leader the Dalai Lama, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and VHP leader Ashok Singhal at the inauguration of World Hindu Congress 2014 in New Delhi.

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How often our airlines experience technical snags: News in Numbers

Domestic airlines have reported the number of technical snags they have experienced. Of them all, IndiGo's numbers jump out, because it first reported 340 odd snags and when rivals reported the number suspect, it was revised to over 14,000 snags.

Suresh Prabhu To Roll Out Vikalp Scheme For Waitlisted Train Passengers From April 1

The Union Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu will soon be rolling out the Vikalp scheme which will provide an option to wait-listed passengers of selecting an alternative train on the same route, if their ticket does not get a confirmation. Initially, Vikalp will be open only for e-ticket booking process. The scheme will roll out from […]

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Budget 2017: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Hails Budget As 'Path Breaking'

Terming as unprecedented the provision of Rs 1.31 lakh crore for railways’ capital expenditure, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Wednesday said the budget is growth oriented. A new era has begun by not only adhering to fiscal prudence but also bringing social equity at the same time, Prabhu said after the presentation of the General Budget […]

Railway Budget 2016: Suresh Prabhu's Announcements for Passengers-New Trains, Amenities and More

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today presented the budget for 2016-17 detailing the projects that he wishes to undertake in the next financial year. As expected, the minister has not announced a hike in either passenger or freight fares. The minister said the Railways, the largest public-sector employer in India, hopes to raise money through non-tariff […]

Railway Budget 2016 reflects vision of PM Modi: Shivraj Singh

Bhopal, Feb 25 (ANI): Madhya Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday lauded the efforts of Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, saying the Railway Budget 2016 reflected his as well as the visions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that the budget catered to the common man and saw to all the facilities being rendered at the minimum cost to the people. Chouhan also stated that the launch of special schemes to aid the poor was a welcome step. He added that all steps had been taken to make trains technologically advanced and ensure minimal train accidents.

'Railways in crisis going from bad to worse': Dinesh Trivedi

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Former railways minister Dinesh Trivedi wished Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu all the best for the upcoming Railways Budget. He said he was little worried about the railways because railways is a basic system anywhere in the world, which adds to half percent to the GDP. If the railways doesn’t do well, you cannot contain even your food inflation.

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Rail Budget 2016 based on nation's needs: Prabhu

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Before presenting the Railway Budget 2016, Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu said that the budget has been prepared keeping in view the aspirations of people. Presented every year, Railways Budget is the annual financial statement of the Indian Railways.

Suresh Prabhu gears up to present Rail Budget 2016

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu gave final touches to the Rail Budget ahead of presenting it in the Parliament on Thursday.Taking about their expectations form the Budget, one of the passengers said the government should focus more on cleaner coaches and quality of food so that more people travel by trains.While another passenger said fares of daily passenger trains should be reduced and the safety of women passengers should be considered in the upcoming budget.

Copies of Rail Budget brought to Parliament

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): The copies of the Rail Budget 2016 were brought to the Parliament on Thursday. The Rail Budget is expected to focus on capacity creation in the rail sector with an increased outlay of about Rs. 1.25 lakh crore. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, who is expected to present the Budget at 12 noon, will face a tough challenge on whether to raise the passenger fare or not.

Suresh Prabhu gives final touch to Rail Budget 2016

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday gave finishing touches to the Railway Budget, which will be presented on Thursday in the Parliament. Last year, Suresh Prabhu did not introduce any new trains, but augmented the services of several trains. This year women passengers demanded installation of more closed circuit television cameras and deployment of railway protection force in trains for security purpose.

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