Jindal Steel and Power Ltd wrote to Indian Railways on March 6, offering to step in, according to a letter reviewed by Reuters.
To accelerate its eroding fare revenue, the Indian Railways (IR) plans to allow private passenger trains, luxury trains and container operators.
Plagued with complaints, Railways plan to provide fresh food cooked at base kitchens in trains after every two hours to the passengers.
NFIR writes to Railways Minister for Exemption from New Pension Scheme for Railway Employees
Ex-Servicemen reemployed in Railways – Applicability of Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 for persons re-employed in Railway service after retirement from Defence Forces
Railway Board order on Grant of financial upgradation to the Pharmacist category treating their entry Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- regarding
Privatisation of Railways – CITU strongly condemns the steps reportedly being taken by the government to gradually privatise the Indian railways.
Railway Board circular on Pay element relating to Running Staff after the recommendations of Seventh CPC
Railway Board Order 156/2016 on Grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme to Accounts Stock Verifiers
Railways run 125 hospitals and 586 health units, with a staff of 2,597 medical officers and 54,000 paramedical personnel, attending to an estimated 85 lakh beneficiaries.
“The Railway has captivity and we can use it in multiple ways. For instance, one can watch videos of one’s choice in trains or listen to radio for entertainment,” he said.
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Railway Board Circular on Allotment of Type-II quarters to Railway employees in grade pay-1800/-
Recently, the Railways Ministry requested the Finance Ministry to create a non-lapsable safety fund named ‘Rashtriya Rail Sanraksha Kosh’ worth Rs.1,19,183 crore.
Praising the “world class” facilities provided by some airports in the last one decade, Mr. Jaitley said there was no reason why railway stations “cannot really develop up to that level”.