Railways asks zones to get rid of scrap, generate revenue from sales

The Railways has directed its zones to get rid of all scrap by the end of this fiscal, not only to keep rail premises clean, but also to generate additional revenue from its sale.

Railway Budget 2018 operating ratio numbers - what is expected

India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway by 2019, says Union minister Nitin Gadkari

India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway (TH) is likely to be operational by December 2019, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said today.

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Home Ministry to deploy 1,000 immigration officials at IGI airport in Delhi

The home ministry will hire 1,000 officials who will be deployed at immigration counters in Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport in a bid to end serpentine queues and ease travel woes, official

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Ahead of Railway Budget 2018, Modi’s Make in India gets boost with plans for ‘world-class’ Indian Railways trains

Railway Budget 2018: Just ahead of the Union Budget 2018, Indian Railways' plans to create 'world-class' 'Make in India' self-propelled train sets has received a big boost in form of Train 18 and Trai

Ahead of Railway Budget 2018, Train 18 and Train 20 world class trains get roll out timelines

CISF personnel to have body cameras at 59 airports by March end

By the end of March, CISF personnel at 59 airports across the country are expected to have miniature cameras fitted on their uniforms, quietly keeping a tab on all that happens around them.

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Guwahati airport to soon offer world class facilities; new terminal building to open next week

The international airport at Guwahati will soon offer passengers world-class amenities at its swanky new integrated terminal building, which is set for inauguration next week, the AAI said today.

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Train status: Cloudy Tuesday morning disrupts Railways schedule, 16 trains cancelled

It was a cloudy morning here on Tuesday with the minimum temperature recorded at 9.4 degrees Celsius, two notches above the season's average, the weather office said.

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Railways staff union says TTEs ‘forced’ to flout rules to increase revenue

A railway employees' union has alleged that on-board ticket checking staffers were being "forced" by officials to illegally issue tickets to ticket-less passengers for travel in sleeper classes to inc

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Railway Budget 2018: Indian Railways to give priority to safety; here is all it plans to do

Railway Budget 2018: In its endeavour to provide a safe and secure travel experience to passengers, Indian Railways is pitching for the procurement of about 12 lakh CCTV cameras to ensure state-of-the

Railway Budget 2018: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley would roll out the details of provision for strengthening safety mechanism in train operations in his Budget 2018-19.

Modi’s ambitious India infrastructure fund gets another boost; to jointly invest $3 billion with Dubai’s DP World

In a major boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious National Investment & Infrastructure Fund, DP World Ltd., a Dubai-based port operator, has entered into a joint investment plan of up to

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What Smart Cities in India really need: Here is what can really ensure success of this mission

Financial innovation is critical in the real estate sector but operational innovation around real estate is equally if not more important. From phones to automobiles, dynamic innovation has been the b

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Protests against bus fare hike spreads to several parts of Tamil Nadu

In Chennai, DYFI activists staged protests. The members of the public, comprising mainly daily wage earners, said the new fare implemented from yesterday took away a chunk of their meagre income. Simi

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Fog, cold conditions still prevail disrupting Railways schedule; 10 trains cancelled in Delhi

Several parts of North India, including Delhi and the adjoining National Capital Region, have been witnessing a dense fog and fall in temperature, affecting the normal life besides rail and road traff

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Budget 2018: Here is what SEZs can look forward to from FM Arun Jaitley

Budget 2018: The anticipated push for exports in the upcoming Budget to boost jobs is unlikely to include substantial relief to special economic zones (SEZs) that were once the growth engine for the c

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New Indian Railways coal freight rate is good news for power producers; here is why

The latest decision by the Indian Railways to rationalise the tariff structure for coal transportation is expected to benefit independent power producers (IPPs) with a generation capacity of about 22,

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Infrastructure in Kerala: State turns to its expats to build 2 highways worth Rs 10,000 cr

The state is tapping money with its expats to build two highways worth `10,000 crore from north to south

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Budget 2018: Housing For All by 2022 will be possible if Modi government includes these points in its budget

Budget 2018: In July last year, Modi government introduced GST or Goods and Services Tax. As per the pre-budget memorandum by NAREDCO, the intent of GST is to be tax neutral and create One Nation One

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Airbus to get 10 years of visibility from Emirates deal, says CEO Tom Enders

A USD 16 billion deal with Emirates airline for A380 superjumbos will give Airbus "at least 10 years of visibility", the European manufacturer's CEO Tom Enders said in an interview published today.

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Good News! On Lufthansa flights, soon enjoy this big benefit, never get bored while flying again; all details here

Lufthansa currently offers internet packages called Flynet, starting at Euro 9 and goes up to Euro 17 depending on the duration it is bought ranging from an hour to 24 hours.

Steel Ministry in talks with railways to resolve rake issue

The steel ministry is in talks with railways to ensure adequate availability of rakes for industries that have been saying the problem has led to shortage of raw materials at plants, according to Unio

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In a first, AAI to raise funds to meet capital expenditure requirements in FY19

For the first time, Airports Authority of India (AAI) plans to raise funds through various means, including loans, to meet its capital expenditure needs in the next fiscal, a senior official said.

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Home Ministry to hire Air India planes to ferry security men deployed in Jammu and Kashmir, North-east

Air India aircraft will be hired by the home ministry to facilitate travel of personnel of central armed police forces, Intelligence Bureau and the NDRF serving in remote areas of the northeast and Ja

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Train status: Foggy, cold Sunday morning in Delhi disrupts Railways schedule, 15 trains cancelled

It was a foggy and cold Sunday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 5 degrees Celsius, three notches below the season's average, the Met Office said.

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Narendra Modi’s recent sea plane ride turns SpiceJet, Zoom Air’s eyes towards West Bengal

Narendra Modi's recent ride on a single engine sea plane from Sabarmati in Ahmedabad to Dharoi Dam in Mehsana of Gujarat, during the Gujarat Assembly polls, might just have given a big boost to the pr

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Piyush Goyal lauds PM Modi, FM Jaitley for massive capital investments in Indian Railways

Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said that under last year of BJP's first term in the governance, and the last year of Congress'in power, the investment in the Indian Railways has tripled.

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Airbus delivers 176 aircraft to China in 2017

Airbus has delivered 176 aircraft to China in 2017, its eighth consecutive year of more than 100 deliveries, the company said.

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Wow! Modi government’s Budget 2018 will connect India with these ambitious steps

Budget 2018: To make India an even a stronger force in the world finance minister Arun Jaitley is likely to make huge announcements on connecting India through the means of developing infrastructure i

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