Railway Fare-hike

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No rail fare hike for suburban commuters travelling up to 80 km
Mumbai

No rail fare hike for suburban commuters travelling up to 80 km

In a relief for suburban commuters in Mumbai local trains, the Railways have decided not to increase fares for the first 80 kms for those travelling in the 2nd class.

Shiv Sena MPs meet railway minister amid fare hike row
Mumbai

Shiv Sena MPs meet railway minister amid fare hike row

Already hit hard by the poor and inefficient services, the woes of the suburban rail commuters in the metropolis are going to be compounded further with the season ticket rates going up

Railway fare hike does Mumbai local commuters no favours
Mumbai

Railway fare hike does Mumbai local commuters no favours

Already hit hard by the poor and inefficient services, the woes of the suburban rail commuters in the metropolis are going to be compounded further with the season ticket rates going up by more than double across classes.

BJP defends railway fare hike, puts blame on UPA
Politics

BJP defends railway fare hike, puts blame on UPA

BJP today sought to defend the government's decision to hike both passenger fares and freight rates saying it has only implemented what the previous government proposed and got approved in the interim budget.

Jaya urges Modi to roll back railway passenger fare hike
Politics

Jaya urges Modi to roll back railway passenger fare hike

"I appeal to the Prime Minister to roll back the hike considering the welfare of the poor and the middle class people," Jayalalithaa said.

Mayawati terms rail fare hikes as anti-people
India

Mayawati terms rail fare hikes as anti-people

"Bahujan Samaj Party demands that the rise in railway fares, which have been increased in an arbitrary manner by the UPA government, be withdrawn immediately," she said.

Rail fare hike sound, should not be politicised: Chidambaram
Economy

Rail fare hike sound, should not be politicised: Chidambaram

The opposition including the Bharatiya Janata Party, Left parties and Trinamool Congress had said the hike was anti-poor.<br /><br />

Hike necessary to bring Railways back on track: CII
Economy

Hike necessary to bring Railways back on track: CII

Industry body CII said rail fares have not been increased for the past 10 years and the move was necessary now, keeping in view the rising losses incurred by railways.