Railways incurred loss of over Rs 400-cr on freight: CAG
Last Updated: Sunday, March 02, 2014,
New Delhi: Railways incurred a loss of more than Rs 400 crore due to
carrying of freight traffic by the longer route and charging by shorter
routes, according to the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
Express News Service - CHIKMAGALUR24th February 2014 08:33 AM
Union Minister for Railways Mallikarjun Kharge told reporters on
Sunday that the Railway Ministry has held talks with Japan’s Jaico
company for running high speed trains between Mumbai and Ahmedabad and
the latter has agreed to the joint project.
Train built in 1966 using two jet engines is still the fastest locomotive in America
Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED:
23:00 GMT, 22 February 2014
| Don Wetzel, an engineer for the New
York Central Railroad, was given the task in the mid-1960s of trying to
make trains safer, less expensive and faster.
Ludhiana, February 19
The pensioners and employees of the Northern Railways have been facing
a lot of inconvenience due to the absence of medical specialists at the
Sub-Divisional Hospital within the Railway Station Complex of the city.
New Delhi: Just 2.77 percent of India's 1.21 billion people pay personal income
tax, official data showed.
"The number of effective tax payers as on March 31, 2011 was 3,35,79,831
(33.57 Million)," Minister of State for Finance S.S. Palanimanickam said
in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha Tuesday.
Yet another major train mishap was averted in the wee hours of Friday
when a wheel flange was noticed in the engine of freight train carrying
oil. The incident happened between Dahegaon and Kawtha stations under Nagpur Central Railway circle.