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BusinessToday.In
August 21, 2018
There are already clear signs of green shoots sprouting in pockets of local manufacturing in sectors as diverse as steel, auto, chemicals and energy.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 23, 2018
Some of the busiest stations in the country like the Old Delhi railway station, Howrah, Patna and Allahabad have been picked for revamping.


BusinessToday.in
February 2, 2018
Apart from farmers and the gareeb nagrik, it is the older demographic that stands to gain the most from the latest Budget. To begin with, tax exemption of interest income from bank deposits has been raised to Rs 50,000 from the current Rs 10,000.


PTI
February 1, 2018



BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, February 1, 2018
The primary focus of this allocation will be capacity expansion, maintenance of tracks, redevelopment of railway stations, producing upend coaches, the bullet train project etc.


www.businesstoday.in
January 29, 2018



Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, October 26, 2017
Most of the new capital will go down the drain as more than half a dozen PSBs are under the preventive corrective action (PCA) of the Reserve Bank of India.


BT Online
June 19, 2017
Rail travel to eastern India - including Kolkata, parts of Bihar and Assam - could be the most gruelling as maximum delays occur on these routes. A total of 59.60 per cent of the delayed trains in the month of May were those that plied to the eastern parts of the country, according to a report citing official data on the Indian Express. 


PTI
June 6, 2017
Currently railways has undertaken a large number of projects to provide better onboard amenities for passengers.


Naina Lal Kidwai
New Delhi, May 27, 2017
The steps we take to protect nature are some of the best ways to ensure the economy keeps its strength


Dr. Jyoti Kainth and Sudhanshu Sharma
New Delhi, May 25, 2017
Sarvvijayee,Partner with one of the Big Four strategic consulting firmhas over two decades of rich experience in consulting withmetal and infrastructure industries.


Team BT
Delhi, February 6, 2017
The first Budget since demonetisation has been a careful exercise by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. It caters to the core constituency - farmers and lower income people - while not introducing anything that hurt industry.


by Anilesh S. Mahajan
Delhi, February 4, 2017
The government continues to bet on high infrastructure spending to get growth going. It is time to focus on getting the execution right.


Reuters
New Delhi, January 6, 2017
India is the world's third largest emitter of greenhouse gases and relies heavily on coal, gas and oil imports to meet its energy needs and fuel its economic expansion.


Anilesh S Mahajan
Delhi, August 10, 2016
Fixing the Indian Railways won't be easy. It connects the entire country through 68,525 km of route track (in 2014), 12,961 passenger trains, and 8,637 freight trains. It also runs 125 hospitals, 586 polyclinics, 102 schools and sundry other initiatives.


Jinsy Mathew
June 16, 2016
As the capacity utilization in the Indian economy is about 74%, the capex recovery is expected to be slow and gradual and should gather steam post FY18


Rajeev Dubey
June 2, 2016
The RBI and the government are forcing big borrowers to reduce leverage. Some companies are managing it better than others.


By Sumant Banerji
Delhi, May 2, 2016
A steady decline in people willing to take to monster steering wheels is shaping up as another unexpected crisis for the embattled Indian economy. Worse, there appears to be no quick fix.


Reuters
April 18, 2016
There is a renewed manufacturing push under Modi's flagship 'Make In India', but with global demand depressed, factories remain under-utilised and plans to increase corporate investment are left on the back burner.


Reuters
New Delhi, February 25, 2016
Two senior government officials said raising freight tariffs significantly was not on the cards, and that a steep rise in passenger fares railway budget also was unlikely.


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