The Indian Railways is looking to raise more than Rs 35,000 crore mainly to obtain safer passenger coaches and increase electric railway locomotives.
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The Indian government is planning to spend Rs 5,000 crore in a bid to revamp ten railway stations with airport-like facilities by 2020.
The Indian government has for the first time floated a tender to procure rails, which was until now a monopoly of state-owned Steel Authority of India (SAIL).
Indian Railways has sent out a global tender to get seven lakh metric tonne of rails for revamping old tracks to ensure safety after several accidents in the recent past.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has said that he would meet Railways Minister Piyush Goyal to discuss the proposed plan of building a diesel engine factory in Chhapra in Bihar – a project that was billed as India’s biggest Make in India project.
Indian Railways’ renewable energy projects are likely to gather steam and grow at a faster rate under Piyush Goyal, the former Union New and Renewable Energy Minister.
India will see the development of high-speed Hyperloop Transport system, which would connect cities of Amaravati and Vijaywada in the southeastern state of Andhra Pradesh.
RIL and BP had in mid-June this year announced investing Rs 40,000 crore in the three sets of finds to reverse the flagging production in KG-D6 block.
Niti Aayog wants the urban population of the country to shift to electric cooking and free up gas connections for the poor. It has offered the Narendra Modi government to think and act on the suggestion.