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Indian Railways unreserved tickets: Suresh Prabhu inaugurates new bar coding feature

Thu March 03 2016, 7:11 am
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    It has suggested that Indian Railways learn lessons and draw from experiences of other countries like United States, China and Japan to look for commercial or market based approach.(Reuters)

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    Indian Railways: Bar coding facility on unreserved tickets is available at nominated counters in New Delhi and Nizamuddin railway stations. Suresh Prabhu also inaugurated the rail auto hub at Walajabad railway station, near Chennai, of the Southern Railway as announced in his rail budget for 2016-17. (Reuters)

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    Suresh Prabhu on Indian Railways: "It (7th Pay Commission) came into operation from January 1 this year. Despite that we managed to keep a decent operating ratio. We had a problem on the income side and we faced problem while paying in terms of Pay Commission and bonuses as we had accepted a bonus act in this house where we had removed the minimum sealing. Indian Railways had to bear the brunt and of course we were complaining later," he said. (Reuters)

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    Under the Setu Bharatam project, a total of 208 railway crossings will be replaced by rail over bridges (ROBs) by 2019 at an estimated cost of Rs 20,800 crore while 1,500 bridges of the British era will be overhauled at an estimated expenditure of Rs 30,000 crore across the country. The Prime Minister said that for the first time all bridges in the country are being mapped, in an oblique reference to the previous administration for not having any such database in place. (Reuters)

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