Indian Railway Budget Speech 2015-16 (Hindi)

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Highlights of the Railway Budget 2015-16

Highlights of interim Rail budget 2014-15

Following are the highlights of the Interim Railway Budget 2014-15 presented in the Lok Sabha by railway minister Mallikarjun Kharge
* No increase in passenger fares and freight charges

* 17 new premium trains, 38 express trains and 10 passenger trains to be launched

Premium AC trains with dynamic fares on Delhi-Mumbai route with shorter advance reservation period

* Passenger rail service to Katra and Vaishnodevi to start shortly

* Railways to expand services to Meghalaya

* More high-speed trains to be launched

* Railways exploring low cost option of 160-200 kmph speed trains on select routes

* Rail Tariff Authority to advise on fares and freight

* Mumbai to get AC EMUs in July

* Trains to display info on next stations, arrival times

* More Jan Ahaar outlets, escalators at stations

* Upgradation scheme extended to AC Chair Car and Executive Chair car passengers

* Annual Rail Plan envisaged at Rs 64,305 crore with a budgetary support of Rs 30,223 crore

* FDI being enabled for creation of rail infrastructure

* Railways to end current year with surplus

* Surveys for 19 new lines and 5 doubling of tracks

* Railways to encourage transportation of milk

* Steps to reduce running of empty freight carriages

* Bio-toilet facility to be provided in more trains.

Indian Railway Budget 2014-15 – Hindi Version

Speech of Shri Mallikarjun Kharge introducing the Railway Budget 2014-15 on 12th February, 2014 – Hindi Version Read the rest of this entry »

Indian Railways Budget 2014-15 – Interim

Speech of Shri Mallikarjun Kharge introducing the Railway Budget 2014-15 on 12th February, 2014

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Railway Budget 2013-14 (English)

Speech by Sri Pawan Kumar Bansal, Minster of Railways.

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Railway Budget 2013-14 (Hindi)

Speech by Sri Pawan Kumar Bansal, Minster of Railways.

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