The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 9 , 2014
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Rail to try new cash route

The Modi government today initiated steps to open the rail gates to foreign direct investment and also put forward attractive terms for public-private partnerships to modernise and expand the cash-starved network. ...   | Read..
 

Stocks thrown off the track

The Sensex and the Nifty recorded their worst fall in 10 months today after the government failed to make any big-bang announcement in the rail budget. ...   | Read..
 

Japanese expertise for bullet train

Rail minister Sadananda Gowda today announced the construction of a high-speed rail network linking Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Calcutta (diamond quadrilateral), with the ...   | Read..
 

Reality check for high-speed dreams

Sadananda Gowda in his maiden budget proudly announced the railways’ plans to join the high-speed league, with the first ever bullet train project to take off on a 540k...   | Read..
 

Industry awaits clarity

Industry today welcomed FDI in the railways but pointed out the absence of specific guidelines on the matter. ...   | Read..
 

Booking a train

People can now book a train or a coach on the Internet. “I am expanding the scope of online booking. People can book a train, a coach, a berth and a seat in a chair car,...   | Read..
 
Rail to try new cash route


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