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Japan offers assistance to introduce bullet <strong>trains</strong> in India

Japan offers assistance to introduce bullet trains in India

02 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Japan offered to provide financial, technical and operational support to India for introduction of bullet trains, a project high on the priority of the Modi government.

Japan,   bullet trains in India,   Modi in Japan,   Indian Japan nuclear deal,   Narendra Modi,   Shinzo Abe,   Nuclear Energy deal,  
Cutting-edge system to help railways detect faulty parts of <strong>trains</strong>

Cutting-edge system to help railways detect faulty parts of trains

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Aiming to ensure greater passenger safety and smooth train operations, Railways is installing a state-of-the-art system along the sides of tracks for detection of faults and defective parts in coaches, wagons and locomotives.

train operations,   Indian Railways,   coaches,   wagons,   locomotives,  
New Time Table for Northern Railway unveiled

New Time Table for Northern Railway unveiled

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The detailed schedules of the 57 new trains announced in the Rail Budget including 11 Premium Trains and 5 AC Express Trains among others, were released on Friday in the new Time Table.

Rail Budget,   new trains announced,   railways Time Table,   Mata Vaishno Devi,   new scheduling,   trains at a glance,   Northern Railway,  
Rail stocks surge up to 14 percent as government notifies FDI norms

Rail stocks surge up to 14 percent as government notifies FDI norms

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Rail stocks today gained as much as 14.3 percent after the government notified liberalised FDI norms for the sector, permitting 100 percent foreign direct investment through automatic route in several areas, including high speed trains.

railways,   FDI,   Indian railways,   government,   trains,  
Need to manage foreign workers post-riots: Singapore Prime Minister

Need to manage foreign workers post-riots: Singapore Prime Minister

23 Aug 2014

Singapore: Nothwithstanding the Little India riot last year, Singapore has said that it needs to manage the ‘non-indigenous population’ in a way that it can bear over a long term, as the foreign workers were an integral part of the country's workforce.

Foreign workers,   Singapore PM,   Lee Hsien Loong,   migrant workers,   trains,  
Konkan railway introduces receipt for food items purchased

Konkan railway introduces receipt for food items purchased

18 Aug 2014

Mangalore: The Konkan Railway has started providing electronically generated vouchers to passengers on purchase of food and snack items in trains. The newly introduced system would ensure that the food items were charged by the caterer as per the approved rates of Konkan Railway, thereby bringing in more transparency, a Railway release said.

Konkan railways,   food items,   purchase,   electronically generated vouchers,   passengers,   snack items,   trains,  
Secunderabad-Kakinada route to get special <strong>trains</strong> on 16th and 17th August

Secunderabad-Kakinada route to get special trains on 16th and 17th August

13 Aug 2014

Andhra Pradesh: The South Central Railway (SCR) will run two Janasadharan special trains between Secunderabad and Kakinada Town via Guntur to clear extra rush of passengers on August 16 and 17.

Andhra Pradesh,   Special Train,   South Central Railway,   Janasadharan special trains,  
Railways to increase number of <strong>RAC</strong> seats in AC-II, AC-III coaches

Railways to increase number of RAC seats in AC-II, AC-III coaches

08 Jun 2013

In an apparent bid to increase the revenue, Indian Railways have decided to increase the number of RAC (Reservation against Cancellation) berths from four to six in AC-II and AC-III coaches.

Indian railway,   increase in RAC seats,   Railway,   RAC seats to be increased,   RAC in trains,  
Railways introduce new menu; include welcome drinks, regional delicacies

Railways introduce new menu; include welcome drinks, regional delicacies

09 Aug 2014

New Delhi: After several complaints of bad quality food being served in trains, the plaugued Indian Railways has decided to change its catering policy in order to improve the quality of food being served in premium trains and is also set to introduce third-party audit of the catering service.

Railways,   welcome drink,   regional food,   complaints,   trains,   Indian railways,   catering service,  
Steps initiated for good quality catering: Sadananda Gowda

Steps initiated for good quality catering: Sadananda Gowda

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: To ensure good quality catering in trains, the government on Thursday said various steps, including imposition of heavy penalties on entities for deficient services, are being initiated.

Railways minister,   Sadananda Gowda,   good quality catering,   trains,   Indian railways,  

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