• Feb
    25
    By Press Trust of India

    Railways' revenue from passenger fares as well as freight rates is expected to fall short of the Budget target by Rs 15,744 crore in the current fiscal.
    While it had

  • By Press Trust of India

    Indian Railways will borrow Rs 20,000 crore from markets through its two companies IRFC and Rail Vikas Nigam for capital expenditure during 2016-17, a whopping 69 per cent rise over

  • By Press Trust of India

    Prime minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the Rail Budget, which proposes no fare hike, caters to all sections of the society and showcases a vision to reorganise and rejuvenate

  • By PTI

    The Railway Budget for 2016-17 on Thursday spared passengers and goods movement from any increase in tariffs while it announced introduction of three new superfast trains and creation of dedicated

  • By Agencies

    Railway minister Suresh Prabhu presented Railway Budget for 2016-17 in Lok Sabha on Thursday. Prabhu is the 43rd railway minister of India to do so since September 2

  • By Bloomberg

    The superlatives are dazzling: Indian Railways is the fourth-largest in the world, the oldest in Asia and carries about as many passengers daily as Australia’s population.
    Less impressive is

  • By PTI

    Rail stocks witnessed a mixed trend in an overall sluggish broader market ahead of the Rail Budget to be announced later in the day.
    Stone India went up 5

  • Feb
    24

    Hinting at greater reliance on extra budgetary resources (EBR) to fund railway projects on a massive scale, the railways minister Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday said that the public transporter’s resources were constantly dwindling as they are not decided in the most optimal manner.