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Ministry of Railways

Coal production increases by 18% to touch 448 MT in October

Total coal production in the country stands at 448 MT in October, which is 18 percent higher than production of the corresponding period of last year

Coal supply to power sector is being monitored regularly: Coal Ministry

Coal Ministry has stated that supply of coal to the power sector is being monitored regularly in close coordination with the Ministries of Power and Railways

RailTel observes Vigilance Awareness Week

RailTel Corporation of India, a Mini Ratna CPSU observed Vigilance Awareness Week from Oct 31 to Nov 6 in a very comprehensive and elaborate manner

RLDA seeks bids for development of 9 multifunctional complexes in 4 states

RLDA has issued request for proposals (RFPs) for the development and leasing of nine multifunctional complexes in West Bengal, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Punjab

Ministry of Coal takes up 68 FMC projects for seamless evacuation of coal

The Ministry of Coal has set a target to produce 1.3 billion tonnes of coal by 2025 and has also undertaken 68 FMC projects for coal evacuation

Food Corporation to construct 111.125 LMT modern steel silos in 12 states

New Delhi: Food Corporation of India (FCI) has planned to construct 111.125 lakh metric tonnes (LMT) modern steel silos at 249 locations spread across...

Rajni Hasija gets tenure extension on additional charge of IRCTC CMD post

Rajni Hasija, who holds the additional charge of the IRCTC CMD post, has been given a tenure extension on her additional charge

DFCCIL files Rs 234-crore claim against Chinese firm after contract termination

DFCCL submitted a counter-claim of Rs 234.25 crore against a Chinese firm which has approached an international tribunal claiming damages

India’s first Neutral Shared RAN solution makes its successful debut

RailTel and CloudExtel have partnered together to launch India’s first Shared Radio Access Network (RAN) solution for congested locations with the objective...

Railways subsiding train travel by 55%, spent Rs 62,000 crore last year: Minister

Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said that the Railways gives a concession of 55 percent to its passengers and last year spent Rs 62,000 crore on the subsidy

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