Trivedi stands firm on fare increases

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INDIA: Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi has rejected calls for his resignation following his decision to increase passenger fares for the first time in a decade. Presenting the Indian Railways budget for 2012-13 in Parliament on March 14, he announced graduated increases in all fare rates ranging from Rs0·02 per km ...

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