Infrastructure

Reliance Infrastructure wins DMRC arbitration award of Rs 2,950 crore in Delhi High Court

Reliance Infrastructure won its case against the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday.

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Navi Mumbai airport terminal, runway to be ready by 2019, says CM Devendra Fadnavis

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said the construction of one terminal building and a runway of the much-awaited Navi Mumbai international airport will be completed by next year end.

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Air India allowed by Saudi Arabia to use its airspace to fly to Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that Saudi Arabia had granted Air India permission to fly over its territory on its new routes to and from Tel Aviv.

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Govt working on Delhi Metro phase IV project, rapid rail system, says Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri

The Delhi government, however, is yet to give its approval for the project. The housing and urban affairs minister had recently said that the AAP-led city government was sitting on the project, which

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Good news for women: Sanitary pads producing facility to be available at 8,000 railways stations, says Piyush Goyal

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal today said he was exploring the possibility of facilitating manufacturing units for cheap and bio-degradable sanitary pads at 8,000 railway stations of the country.

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Railways big suggestions to improve performance: Cancel trains with low occupancy, curtail halt timings

Cancellation of trains with low occupancy and curtailment of halt timings are among the recommendations made by an internal committee of railways to ensure punctuality.

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Railways eliminates manual recording of punctuality in 41 major junctions

The railways has eliminated the practice of manually recording punctuality performance in 41 major railway junctions across zones to ensure correct reporting of such data, senior officials said.

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Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani hints at change in flexi-fare system in premium trains

Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani today hinted at a change in flexi-fare system in premium trains, saying there will be some tweaking which will benefit both passengers and railways.

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Delhi Metro advisory on commuters sitting, leaning at coach junctions

Next time you choose to sit or lean in a coach junction area in a Delhi Metro carriage, think again as the DMRC has introduced a new advisory according to which such behaviours are not in line with pu

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Indian Railways contract management goes end-to-end digital

Indian Railways will now digitise the submission of bills by vendors for payment and issue of inspection certificates by inspecting agencies with the aim of achieving complete digitisation of its cont

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Indian Railways’ ICF creates ‘Make in India’ record; eyes manufacturing 2,500 coaches in 2017-2018

It's a big leap for the national transporter, as a new record has been set by the Integral Coach Factory of Indian Railways of manufacturing 2,239 coaches by February-end. The coach factory is now eye

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Good news railway passengers! Rail tickets booked through debit cards are now cheaper

Indian Railways has decided that the MDR charges will not be charged on booking railway tickets on payment made through Debit Cards for a transaction value up to Rs 1 lakh. This would be applicable fo

Delay in completion of these 359 infrastructure projects is costing taxpayers billions of rupees

Owing to the delays, as many as 359 infrastructure projects have shown cost overrun that amounts to Rs 2.05 lakh crore.

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50-km length to be added to existing Kolkata metro route by 2021, says Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani

At least 50-km length of additional metro railway service will be added to the existing facilities in the city by June 2021, Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani said.

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Indian Railways creates history! Converts diesel loco to ‘Make in India’ electric locomotive; watch video

Indian Railways creates history! Indian Railways production unit, Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW), has for the first time converted a locomotive from diesel to electric traction. A WAGC3-class diesel lo

Indian Railways gets new electric locomotive

Airbus says Brexit still unclear as it faces extra costs

Airbus urged Britain on Friday to provide more clarity on post-Brexit customs rules as it faces an imminent rise in spending to start preparing for possible delays in the movement of aircraft parts.

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Alliance Air adds aircraft for UDAN

Alliance Air, Air India’s fully owned subsidiary that operates flights to Tier II and Tier III cities, is expanding its fleet to operate more flights as it bags additional routes after the second ro

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AERA starts process to set tariffs

The Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) has started the consultation process for the contentious tariff control period for Delhi International Airport (DIAL), which is run by the GMR Group.

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States’ share may dip to 50% from 80%

Railways, however, to make 50:50 norm mandatory for all projects, including new lines and doubling

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Think out of the box for better productivity, says Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani

Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani has asked officers of the national transporter to think out-of-the-box for better productivity, enhanced earnings and improved infrastructure.

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Indian Railways explains the reason behind train disruptions in Mumbai

Suburban rail services on the Harbour corridor between CSMT and Vadala Road stations were suspended today morning due to technical problems in the overhead equipment, causing inconvenience to thousand

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Etihad may exit Jet Airways this year, says CAPA

Gulf carrier Etihad Airways might sell its entire stake in Jet Airways by the third quarter of next financial year, aviation think tank CAPA said.

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Mumbai’s suburban railway services on Harbour line have now been restored; details here

Today Morning, many suburban train services on the Harbour corridor between CSMT and Vadala Road stations in Mumbai were halted because of technical issues with the overhead equipment. The suspension

Make In India boost; Tata Boeing facility to produce Apache helicopter fuselage launched

Tata Boeing Aerospace Limited, a joint venture of Boeing and Tata Advanced Systems, today inaugurated its facility to co-produce the Boeing AH-64 Apache helicopter fuselage and other aerostructures. T

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Indian Railways launches new Arunachal Express between North East and New Delhi; time, route & journey details here

The fully air conditioned weekly train, Arunachal Express will be flagged off today by Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs and Rajen Gohain, Minister of State for

Aussie firm Macquarie puts in Rs 9,681-crore winning bid for 9 TOT projects

Of the nine projects, five are running across Andhra Pradesh and four in Gujarat. Apart from Macquaire and Brookfield, IRB Infrastructure and Roadis-NIIF were there in the final run to get these asset

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Airbus refuses to extend commercial bids validity for 14 helicopters for coast guard

The ECB has signalled that it would be ending its easy money policy by September 2018 and the anticipation is that ECB deposit rates could rise to 2% by 2019, explained industry sources.

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