Sharing his views on the merger of the Railway Budget with the main Budget Tilak Raj Seth, Executive Vice President (CEO of Mobility Division) at Siemens said, “Railways is a prime mover of our economy. Merging the two budgets is a good step, but the focus should not be lost.”
Suresh Prabhu is an ‘out-of-the-box’ thinker who is working to bring Indian Railways out of a ‘vicious’ cycle, says Tilak Raj Seth, Executive Vice President (CEO of Mobility Division) at Siemens.
Suresh Prabhu-led Indian Railways is seeking to radically transform railways – right from your travel experience to the financial health of India’s lifeline.
After Deen Dayalu coaches and Humsafar Express, Indian Railways is getting ready to introduce the all new Antyodaya Express.
After announcing the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes on November 8, PM Narendra Modi now seeks the feedback of citizens by taking a survey on the Narendra Modi app.
US on Thursday asked Pakistan to take action against UN-designated terrorist outfits and delegitimise them. It also slammed Pakistan for cross-border terrorism
DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said India conducted surgical strikes last night across LoC and significant casualties were caused to the terrorists.
Airtel has hit back at Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio by launching a 90-day unlimited data pack for 4G customers.
The Government aims to transform about 100 cities by 2019-20, with the Centre providing financial support of Rs 48,000 crore over five years.
Ajay Maken was seen praising Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu! Don’t believe us? We’ll tell you what happened.
In a nationwide poll, Ministry of Railways wants the ‘aam-aadmi’ to decide that, out of the four themes that designer Ritu Beri has submitted, which one should be shortlisted as the uniform of railway employees.
After starting ‘#IWearHandloom’ campaign, which became a hit on Twitter, Smriti Irani has now come up with a different thing. This time a Handloom quiz on MyGov portal.
Indian Railways-led by Suresh Prabhu may start getting Tejas coaches by the end of this month.
Ministry of Railways led by Suresh Prabhu has geared up its machinery to ensure safe railway operation during the current monsoon season.
The third eye or ‘Tri-Netra’ that the Indian Railways is getting, will help in averting train collisions, derailment and accidents on unmanned railway crossings.
If you thought that Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu only replied to the ministers on his birthday on twitter, you are totally wrong.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to shift Smriti Irani to the textile ministry clearly shows that he wants the focus on governance, not controversies.
Five ministers namely Nihalchand, Ram Shankar Katheria, Sanwar Lal Jat, Manuskhbhai D Vasva and M K Kundariya may have failed to pass PM Narendra Modi’s litmus test.
Capping the fares at Rs 2,500 for one-hour flights that connect an unserved airport, Minister of Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju today gave wings to aam-aadmi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is preparing to rejig his Council of Ministers and the upcoming UP polls could be one of the major factor for the reshuffle.
Bringing in a ray of hope for the revival of Gurgaon’s realty market, the Haryana government has decided to reduce circle rate for 2016-17 by 15 percent.
Taking a jibe at the previous government on the AgustaWestland scam, PM Narendra Modi that such a thing could not have happened without a strong ‘raksha kavach’.
Stating political stability as the biggest strength of government’s foreign policy, Modi in an exclusive interview to Times Now said that it is only after 30 years a government with a full majority was elected.
The four are current RBI Deputy Governor Urjit Patel, former deputy governors Rakesh Mohan and Subir Gokarn, and State Bank of India Chair Arundhati Bhattacharya. Here is a short profile on each one of them.
Britain’s exit from European Union, or Brexit, may have sent shock waves around global markets, but all is not bad news as far as Indians are concerned.
KFC has come up with a new innovation! A 5-in-1 Meal Box that will charge a user’s smartphone while they eat.
Is Brexit likely to bring about gut-wrenching change and turmoil for world economies and markets like the collapse of Lehman Brothers did in 2008? It doesn’t look like that.