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Misc. Passenger Friendly Improvements Announced In Rail Budget 2012

Maharaja Express - When Will all Indian Trains look like this?

We have already told you about Six important passenger friendly improvements which have been introduced at this year’s Rail Budget. Highlights of these are modernisation of tracks, comfortable AC lounges at stations, more information about trains for passengers and others. Read more about them here. Maharaja Express – When Will all Indian Trains look like […]

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12 Improvements For Passenger Benefits In Rail Budget 2012

Will we ever get trains like this in India?

Although there has been a substantial rise in the ticket prices as announced in Rail Budget 2012, the Govt. has also announced various new things which are beneficial to the Railway Passengers. Let us take a look at 12 such announcements from Rail Budget 2012 which we think will be very helpful for the passengers: […]

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Rail Budget 2012: Bio-Toilets To Be Installed In 2500 Coaches At Rs. 1 Lakh Per Unit

Bio-Toilet System test run on Bundlekhand Express from Gwalior to Jhansi

Apart from raising fares, this year’s Rail budget also lays stress on passenger safety and hygiene. According to Rail Minister Dinesh Trivedi’s 2012 Rail Budget, providing good and healthy sanitation to the passengers on long distant trains will be one of the most important tasks of the Govt. for the next one year. For this […]

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New Train Fares, Ticket Prices Post Rail Budget 2012

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Rail Budget 2012 was today announced by Rail Minister – Dinesh Trivedi. One of the most striking points of this year’s Budget were the Fares. The Rail ministry has announced a marginal hike in railway ticket fares starting from 2 paise per km. to 30 paise per km. The rise in the ticket fares have […]

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Railway Budget 2012: What’s The Need To Improve Safety Issue?

Indian Railways Logo - Rail Budget 2012

Sam Pitroda, adviser to PM and Anil Kakodkar suggested to improve the security issues in train in this Railway Budget 2012. This recommendation was done by keeping 23 million regular commuters in Indian Railways every day. Unlike other experts in the past, Pitroda haven’t discussed about increasing railway fares and why railway is running in […]

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