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The Railway Ministry launches INR 2 trillion budgetary push

The people have high expectations from the rail budget on February 1


Railway Ministry requests 30% increase for FY24 budget

Railways need 30% of additional funds to introduce Vande Bharat trains.


Bengal inability to share 50% laying tracks cost at Jhargram route

Railways plans Maoist hotbeds hangs in balance at Jhargram route


Survey in Tripura gets completed for second Indo-Bangla rail link

Union Railway Minister is likely to visit state on March 25


Set for an infra-run

Data suggests that demonetisation has hit the pace of announcement of new investment proposals during the quarter-ended December 2016 The Union Budget has set the tone for 2017 by accelerating the growth agenda.


Railway´s premium Tejas brand train to debut in Feb 2017

The Railway´s most premium offering - the upmarket Tejas brand of trains - is likely to be commissioned by railways in February 2017, around the time of the Railway Budget.


Sanjeev Ranjan, MD, International Copper Association of India (ICA India)

It is more of a directional budget which talks about the “what” “where” rather than “how”. The intent of the budget has been to focus on Growth Equality and as a budget which has something for everyone.


Rs.1,000 cr proposed for North East

The Railway Ministry has allocated Rs 5,116 crore for projects in the northeastern region. Also the finance ministry has proposed an extra Rs 1,000 crore to build railway infrastructure in the North Eastern region. This sum is over and above the funds allocated in the Railway Budget.


India to build rail lines along its borders at Rs 80,000 cr

The Union government has completed survey on 10 key proposed railway lines for which most of the funding likely to come out of the railway budget. The government is preparing a Rs 80,000 crore plan to build the railway lines along India's strategic frontiers. Working in tandem railways and the mili..


Rail freight hike may impact cement margins : India Ratings

The proposed 5.79% increase in rail freight as per the Railway Budget 2013-2014 may negatively impact the margins of the cement industry. In the event cement manufacturers are unable to pass on the rail freight cost hike, their operating margins may reduce by 75bps-100bps.


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