IR to redress problems

GREATER safety, improved capacity and better passenger facilities are the main thrust of Indian Railways’ budget for 2000-01, approved by parliament on March 13. All three areas have increased allocations, while investment in new lines is up by 61%. There is funding for three new gauge conversion projects, 15 doubling ...

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