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Photos: Protests against rail fare hike across India

Jun 27, 2014

Photos: Protests against rail fare hike across India

The recent move by the railway ministry to hike rail fares across India resulted in a large number of protests, with even NDA ally Shiv Sena opposing the hike. #Politics #India #Congress #BJP #Delhi #Surat #Kolkata #Mumbai #Protests #ImagesOfTheDay #Railways #NDA #photos #trains #rail fare hike
Rail fare hike: Kejriwal lashes out at Centre in letter to Modi

Jun 25, 2014

Rail fare hike: Kejriwal lashes out at Centre in letter to Modi

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today lashed out at the Centre for rising inflation and increasing rail fare and demanded immediate withdrawal of the rail hike. #Corruption #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Arvind Kejriwal #rail fare hike #rail fare
Amit Shah to the rescue: How BJP MPs got rail fare hike rolled back

Jun 25, 2014

Amit Shah to the rescue: How BJP MPs got rail fare hike rolled back

Amit Shah has already emerged as the frontrunner for the post of party president, he now also appears to be gaining clout in the party. #Uttar Pradesh #BJP #NewsTracker #UP #rail fare hike #Amit Shah #party president #Mumbai Maharashtra
Cong stages 'rail roko' protest against fare hike in Maharashtra

Jun 25, 2014

Cong stages 'rail roko' protest against fare hike in Maharashtra

Congress workers on Wednesday staged 'rail roko' in various parts of Maharashtra, excluding Mumbai, to protest the train fare hike. #Politics #India #Thane #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Mumbai #protest #Maharashtra #Railways #Navi Mumbai #rail fare hike #MPCC #Rail roko

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Fare hike will not apply to second-class suburban rates: Railways ministry

Jul 29, 2014

MTA sets fare and toll hikes at 4% for 2015

Updated budget plans unveiled by the MTA on Monday show that a previously planned 2015 fare and toll hike of 4% will not be increased, despite rising labor costs...
Fare hike will not apply to second-class suburban rates: Railways ministry

Jul 28, 2014

New labor deal will cost MTA $1.5B over 4 years

The MTA expects new labor agreements to cost the authority more than $1.5 billion between 2014 and 2018, officials said Monday. Fare hikes will stay at 4 percent in 2015.....
Fare hike will not apply to second-class suburban rates: Railways ministry

Jul 24, 2014

MTA capital funding gap could mean more fare, toll hikes, report says

The MTA will likely come up with only half of about $27 billion the agency says it needs for infrastructure investments over the next five years, and could resort to additional fare and toll hikes to make up some of the remaining cost, a new state re... #MTA #Long Island Rail Road #LIRR #Metropolitan Transportation Authority #Thomas DiNapoli
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