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October,16,2018,Tuesday

WEEKLY NEWS UPDATES IN INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR

LATEST NEWS

Mumbai: New Railway Lines On Paper, No Tracks To Lay

Mumbai: New Railway Lines On Paper, No Tracks To Lay

What do people expect the most from the Indian Railways; more trains and faster commute. For this there needs to be newer rail lines and expansion of existing network.

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MOST NOTABLE STORIES OF THE WEEK

Train bio-toilets set to be stink-free, new pumps to clean tanks in 10 mins

Train bio-toilets set to be stink-free, new pumps to clean tanks in 10 mins

Soon, passengers on long-distance trains won’t have to worry about stinking bio-toilets, as railways has developed an extractor that can clean sewage tanks in 10 minutes. The machines are under field trials at WR’s Mumbai Central & Bandra terminus depots.

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Fines Fetch DMRC Rs 25 Lakh In 7 Months

Fines Fetch DMRC Rs 25 Lakh In 7 Months

This year, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) collected around Rs 25 lakh as penalty from people travelling without a token and Rs1.6 lakh from those found walking on metro tracks.

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Infrastructure companies need to work on innovative instrument to attract global funds, says Suresh Prabhu

Infrastructure companies need to work on innovative instrument to attract global funds, says Suresh Prabhu

Stating that there is no dearth of funds, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu Friday said there is a need to work on innovative instrument and structure to attract global money for investment in infrastructure sector.

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Indian Railways To Roll Out 640 Deluxe Utkrisht Rakes By 2020

Indian Railways To Roll Out 640 Deluxe Utkrisht Rakes By 2020

Indian Railways have plans to develop 640 Utkrisht rakes under its project of upgrading the mail/express trains in the next two years at a cost of Rs 400 crore, a senior official asserted on Wednesday.

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Decline in new projects dashes hopes of quick economic turnaround

Decline in new projects dashes hopes of quick economic turnaround

New capex announcements declined for the second time in a row in the just-ended September quarter, suggesting that the animal spirits of Indian industrialists have been subdued by domestic and global headwinds.

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How Indian Railways Mumbai Central base kitchen is adopting modern ways to provide hygienic food for Rajdhanis

How Indian Railways Mumbai Central base kitchen is adopting modern ways to provide hygienic food for Rajdhanis

In a bid to provide clean and hygienic food on Indian Railways trains, the kitchen at Mumbai Central railway station has taken several steps. The base kitchen at Mumbai Central has been equipped with many modern gadgets.

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