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Wat are the main highlights of rail budget

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Asked by supriya, 24 Feb '10 02:36 pm
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No increase in passenger and freight tarrifs
railway factory projects at singur,farakka,kharagpur,new jalpaiguri,haldia,burdwan
no forcible land acquisition
mumbai subarban network to get 101 more trains
expansion of kolkata metro
renaming of various kolkota metro stations
Answered by anil garg, 26 Feb '10 12:08 am

 
  
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Hi supriya
Answered by Bhimsen kalindi, 04 Sep '10 07:47 am

 
  
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Mumbai [ Images ] will get 101 new suburban trains.
To introduce several schemes for railway employees.
Railways to develop ten automobile hubs.
No forcible acquisition of land for freight corridor project, said Mamata.
One member of each family of land losers to be given employment in the freight corridor as also in the new projects, she added.
High-speed dedicated passenger corridors to be constructed; National High Speed Rail Authority to be set up.
If land is available, Railways willing to set up a Diesel Multiple Unit factory in West Bengal [ Images ], said Banerjee.
Integral Coach Factory in Chennai to be modernised and a new unit to be set up there.
Wagon Repair Shop to be set up in Badnera near Amravati in Maharashtra [ Images ].
Work on Rae Bareli Coach Factory in Uttar Pradesh [ Images ] to start within a year, said the railway minister.
To extend routes of 21 trains Freight loading target for 2010-11 fixed at 944 million tonnes, 54 million tonnes more th ...more
Answered by RAJESH ALHAT, 24 Feb '10 02:37 pm

 
  
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