Dec 19, 2014

Indian Railways to Undertake 102 Sites for Commeercial Development

Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA) of Indian Railways has been set up for commercial development of vacant railway land which is not required by Railways for its immediate future operational need. 

102 sites measuring 916 hectare of Railway land has been entrusted to Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA) for commercial development. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha

source - pib

China Identifies Two Indian Railway Stations for Developing with Modern Amenities

Two railway stations, Baiyyappanahalli (Bengaluru) and Bhubaneswar/New Bhubaneswar are identified for undertaking prefeasibility studies by the Chinese Railways at their cost under a Memorandum of Understanding dated 18.9.2014. The development is envisaged at no cost to Railways by leveraging land and air space in and around the stations. Train operations would remain with the Railways and only identified services would be provided and managed by private agencies. Moreover, while the stations are planned to be equipped with modern facilities and amenities, these would cater to all classes of passengers. 

It was announced in Railway Budget 2014-15, to develop at least 10 major stations of Metro Cities and important junctions to international standards on the lines of newly developed airports. Six stations, viz., Habibganj(Bhopal), Chandigarh, Bijwasan(New Delhi), Shivaji Nagar(Pune), Anand Vihar(Delhi) and Surat are entrusted to Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation Ltd.(IRSDC). Gandhinagar station has also been taken up by Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA). 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha

source - pib

362 Major Ongoing Railway Projects at Various Stages of Execution on Indian Railways

As on date, there are 362 major ongoing projects consisting of 154 new lines, 42 gauge conversion and 166 doubling projects in various stages of execution in the country. 

Indian Railways have a huge throwforward of ongoing projects and limited overall availability of funds. Therefore, it is not possible to allocate adequate funds to these projects on a regular basis which is a pre-requisite to fix time lines. The other reasons are (i) delays in land acquisition, environment, forestry and wild life clearances (ii) adverse law & order condition and other market forces (iii) failure of contracts etc. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha

source - pib

Railways’ Green Energy Initiatives

Indian Railway has plans to convert Diesel Electric Multiple Units (DEMUs) and diesel locomotives to dual fuel mode (natural gas and diesel). Contracts for conversion of 50 Driving Power Cars (DPCs) of DEMUs to dual fuel mode have been awarded. Presently, four DPCs are running on dual fuel with CNG and more Driving Power cars (DPCs) are under conversion. 

CNG is restricted to DEMUs and not extended to mail/express trains. In comparison to diesel engine DEMUs, a saving of 6% has been realised by use of CNG engines in dual fuel mode but there is no saving in comparison to electrical engines. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha 

source - pib

Indian Railways to Run Three More Pilgrim Special Tourist Trains

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), a public sector undertaking of Ministry of Railways, have operated seven Pilgrim special tourist trains from 25.10.2014 to 19.12.2014 and further three trains are planned till 12.1.2015. IRCTC plans to continue operating these trains in 2015-16. New pilgrim destinations covered are Bijapur, Solapur, Badami, Melmaruvathur, Vaitheeswarankoil, Thiruvenkadu, Keelaperumpallam, Thirunallar, Alangudi, Surianarkoil, Kanjanur, Thirunageshwaram, Thingalur, Parasnath, St. Francis Xavier (Old Goa), Mecca Masjid (Hyderabd), Nanded Sahib, Nanak Jhira Gurudwara, Sri Patna Sahib, Kanchipuram etc. 

Indian Railways promotes tourism by providing connectivity through trains to tourist destinations across the country. In addition, exclusive tourist trains/packages are also operated. 

Promotion of tourism by linking tourist places with tourist trains is a continuous process based on market demand, operational feasibility and availability of resources. 

Pilgrim special tourist trains were announced in Railway Budget 2014-15 with the purpose of connecting various pilgrim destinations across India. This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha
source - pib

Indian Railways Install 229 CCTVs at Various PRS Locations

Instructions have been issued by the Railway Board to all Zonal Railways to install Closed Circuit Television (CCTVs) at identified major computerized Passenger Reservation System (PRS) centers to keep a watch on the activities at reservation counters. At Present approximately 229 CCTVs have been installed at various PRS locations on Indian Railways. State-wise details of CCTVs installed are not maintained. However, on East Coast Railway and South Eastern Railway, which serve the State of Odisha, Closed Circuit Television Cameras have been installed at two locations and eight locations respectively. 

Instructions have been issued to zonal Railways to monitor the footage of CCTV cameras on a regular basis and also on a daily basis during peak rush periods by staff concerned designated specifically for this purpose. Reports of the CCTV footage are required to be submitted to nominated officer for taking necessary remedial action. In case any irregularity is noticed, immediate remedial action is taken. Touts detected indulging in malpractices are taken up under the extant provisions of Railways Act 1989. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha

source - pib

Work Progress on Dedicated Freight Corridor Project

The 1839 Km. long Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) Project from Ludhiana in Punjab to Dankuni in West Bengal has been sanctioned and implementation taken up. This Corridor is being developed to augment the rail transport capacity to meet the growing requirement of movement of freight traffic on the route. 

The Eastern DFC (excluding Sonnagar-Dankuni Section) is likely to be commissioned by 2019. Civil construction works of Khurja-Kanpur Section (343 km.) of Eastern DFC have commenced and approximately 25% of work has been completed. Works on 122 km. Mughalsarai-Sonnagar Section of Eastern DFC are also progressing well.

A total of 3861 hectare of land out of 5550 hectare required for the Project have been notified for land acquisition under Section 20 F of the Railway Amendment Act 2008. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha

source - pib

Railways to Plan Seven More Premium Trains

At present, Indian Railways is running premium special trains on 21 popular routes. Further the following additional premium special trains have been planned to run on seven new routes. 

1. Mumbai-Chennai 

2. Pune-Karmali

3. Hyderabad-Mumbai 

4. Hyderabad-Bangalore 

5. Hyderabad-Chennai 

6. Jaipur-Bandra Terminus 

7. Jaipur-Ernakulam 

These additional premium special trains have been planned to meet the Christmas rush as well as to fill the void created by the recent cancellation/reduction in flights. 


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Government decides to pay 8.75% interest on PF for 2014-15

Over five crore provident fund subscribers governed by the EPFO will get 8.75 per cent interest on their deposits for the current fiscal.

The Finance Ministry has ratified the rate for 2014-15, after a decision was taken to retain the interest payout at this level by the Central Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, sources said.

As per the practice, EPFO trustees’ decision gets implemented after the concurrence of the Finance Ministry.

Following the ratification by the Finance Ministry, the decision would now be notified by the Labour Ministry as also by the Income Tax Department.

The Indian Railway’s earning from coal freight - Report

Financial Express reported that the Indain Railways' earnings from coal freight are the same as it gets from its entire passenger traffic business. The Indain Railways' earnings from coal freight are the same as it gets from its entire passenger traffic business.

A massive crash in imported coal prices to below USD 65 a tonne in December is on course to heavily damage Indian Railways’ earnings.

Prices of Indonesian coal are now lower than the same grade of domestic coal.

As a result, imports of thermal coal, used mainly for power plants, which has risen a massive 17.5% from April to November, is expected to shoot up even more.

The railway earnings from coal freight are the same as it gets from its entire passenger traffic business. So, as the price of Indonesian coal touched INR 3,879 per tonne in December it has alarmed Rail Bhawan. A similar grade of Indian coal at the mines now costs INR 4,340 per tonne. Indonesian coal accounts for 70% of India’s import of the mineral and even accounting for shipping and insurance charges the rates are very competitive.

While the lower price of imported coal will help the economics of power plants that run on them lined along the Indian coasts, the Railways face a daunting problem. It expects to earn INR 44,597 crore from coal freight traffic in 2014-15, just INR 100 crore less than its total passenger traffic earnings of INR 44,645 crore. In 7 months till October the railways have earned INRN 25,516 crore or 57%t of the total.

This means even in the normal course over the next 5 months the Railways would have had to shore up its coal freight movement. But with the pressure from Indonesian coal, this will be an even bigger challenge.

A Crisil report said that the pace of robust imports is likely to continue. Core imports expanded for a seventh consecutive month in November. Prior to this, core imports had been falling consecutively since May 2012 (except a few months). Sustained growth in core imports in the past few months suggests that a nascent recovery in domestic demand may have begun.

Source – Financial Express

Littering railway tracks to cost Rs 500 now

NEW DELHI: Open defecation and littering on railway stations will now be a punishable offence. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday directed the railways to slap a fine of Rs 500 on those making the stations and tracks dirty.

Apart from the penalty, the offenders will be made to remove the “offending polluting elements” and restore the environment compatible with the ecology of the area in question, the NGT said.

Following the “Polluter Pays” principle, the court also directed that those found polluting the environment will be liable to pay Rs 5,000 or more.

The green court passed the order while noting that the railways authorities failed to perform its statutory duties under the Indian Railways (Penalties for activities affecting cleanliness at railway premises) Rules 2012 and Environment Protection Act 1986.

The notification issued by the Railway Board on November 26, 2012, under Railways Act, 1989, prohibits littering in any occupied or unoccupied railway premises or the carriage, and bars an individual from cooking, bathing, spitting, urinating, feeding animals or birds, repairing or washing vehicles, washing utensils or clothes or any other objects or keep any type of storage in any railway premises.

The rules also prohibit defacing railway properties while making it mandatory for all vendors and hawkers to make necessary arrangements to keep containers or waste baskets for collecting litter and calls for proper disposal of its contents.

The notification imposes a fine of ` 500 on the offenders and authorises the Station Master or Station Managers and other authorised officers to collect the fines.

The court was dissatisfied with the railways’ plea that it was unable to enforce seriously any such ban on its own and that a legal ban on open defecation by trespassers on or around railway tracks could be formulated by state governments and enforced by them and the local bodies.

“We see no reason as to why the railway administration, which has its own police force, station master, cleaning staff and supervisory staff, veers around the question of lodging an FIR, while law empowers them to act and collect fines from the offenders in accordance with Rules 2012,” the court observed, directing the general manager of the Northern Zone to state by December, 24 on how many offenders have been booked under the rules so far.

“Railways transport 14 million passengers on 9000 trains every day in which 3,980 metric tonnes of human waste is generated per day. About 6,758 kg of plastic waste is generated at three railways stations in Delhi alone, as per a 2009 RITES report,” said AK Singh, counsel for the petitioner, Delhi residents Saloni Singh and Arush Pathania.

Railways transport 14 million passengers on 9,000 trains every day in which 3,980 metric tonnes of human waste is generated per day. About 6,758 kg of plastic waste is generated at three railways stations in Delhi alone, as per a 2009 RITES report.

Southern Railway regulates train traffic on Dec 20

MANGALURU: Southern Railway will be taking up the commissioning work of newly built double line between Piravom road and Mulanthuruthy stations of Thiruvananthapuram Division.

A subway work between Chengannur and Thiruvalla stations will also be taken up along with this on December 20. As the work is safety-related and time consuming, Railway will impose traffic regulation for one day, on December 20, in Ernakulam- Kollam section . Few trains running through Alappuzha section will also be affected due to path constrains.

The following trains are regulated- Trains diverted via Alappuzha - Following express trains running through Kottayam will be diverted via Alappuzha. They are: Train 16302 Thiruvananthapuram- Shoranur Venad Express; Train 16650 Nagercoil-Mangalore, Parasuram Express; Train 12623, Chennai - Thiruvananthapuram Mail; Train 16526 Bangalore City - Kanyakumari Island express.

Rescheduling / Detention of trains: Following trains are likely to be delayed or detained at stations as given below. Train 12081 Kannur- Thiruvananthapuram Janshatabdi express is likely to be delayed by three hours; train 17229 Thiruvananthapuram-Hyderabad, Sabari express will have a late start by 90 minutes from Thiruvananthapuram Central and is also likely to be further delayed by one hour enroute; Train 16382 Kanyakumari - Mumbai Express will be detained at Chengannur for one hour and Train 12626, New Delhi-Thiruvananthapuram central, Kerala express will be detained on arrival Ernakulam Junction, for two hours on Saturday.
Source-Times Of India

Govt to speed up railway projects next year

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo plans on launching several major railway projects next year to connect cities and strengthen the logistics network across the archipelago.

During the opening of the National Development Planning Conference on Thursday, the President called on regional administrations to support these projects by simplifying the land acquisition process.

The first railway project to launch will be the long-awaited Trans-Sumatra railway in March.

Aside from the Trans-Sumatra railway, the government will accelerate construction of the Trans-Sulawesi railway and start the Kalimantan railway project.

“As for the railway project in Papua, the feasibility study will be completed within six months, so the project can begin soon after,” Jokowi said. “Intercity and inter-province connectivity must be in place to better manage distribution of the country’s logistics,” he said.

National Development Planning Minister Andrinof Chaniago separately said the government would start the projects as the Transportation Ministry had them ready and confirmed the feasibility study for the Trans-Papua railway would start by early next year.

In the government’s 2015-2019 Medium-term Development Plan draft released by the National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) last month, the 2,168-kilometer Trans-Sumatra railway will stretch from Aceh to Lampung, connecting to the existing Dutch-built line in Sumatra.

The railway will link major cities, seaports and airports to ease traffic and reduce logistics costs in the country’s largest island.

The agency expects to complete the Rp 65 trillion (US$5.17 billion) project in 2025.

The Transportation Ministry’s director general for railways, Hermanto Dwiatmoko, previously said the ministry was planning to construct the section alongside the Trans-Sumatra toll road’s Pekanbaru-Dumai section to speed up land acquisition.

The ministry’s spokesperson, Julius Andravida Barata, however said it would not be easy to immediately begin the work because of the island’s geographical condition.

“Sumatra is mountainous, which makes construction more challenging,” Barata said.

Construction of Trans-Sulawesi railway will start with a 150-km section from Makassar to Pare Pare scheduled for January next year. The second, 340-km section, from Manado to Bitung, will begin construction in 2018.

Meanwhile, the first section of the Kalimantan railway connecting Tanjung and Banjarmasin is scheduled to start construction in 2018. The total investment needed to build the railway is estimated to reach Rp 3.5 trillion.

The Transportation Ministry has allocated the largest portion of its state budget to the railway directorate general. The budget allocation amounted to Rp 14.35 trillion from the total Rp 44.93 trillion in the ministry’s 2015 state budget.
Source-the jakarta post

East Coast Railway Engineers Association Stages Demonstration

BHUBANESWAR: The East Coast Railway Engineers Association (ECoREA) on Thursday staged a demonstration in front of the zonal headquarter seeking abolition of the Trade Union Act, 1926 stating that it has hindered the growth of degree engineers.

A delegate of ECoREA also submitted a memorandum addressed to the Railway Minister through the General Manager of ECoR. The railway engineers stated that the 1926 Act is responsible for clubbing of degree and diploma engineers with labour unions. The unions never represent them properly which is why the degree engineers have been downgraded and put on a par with other staff, the memorandum claimed.

The engineers also demanded that pay anomalies made in the 6th Pay Commission should be rectified at the earliest.
Source-new indian express

Diesel cost down 16%, but Railways not revising FAC due in December

The government and the oil marketing companies (OMCs) are not the only ones benefiting from the falling petroleum prices. By not revising the fuel adjustment component (FAC) of passenger fares and freight rate, Indian Railways, too, is making a small margin on fuel cost. The transporter could save around Rs 5,000 crore on diesel bill in the current financial year.

Diesel price for bulk consumers, including Indian Railways, has come down by 16 per cent to Rs 50.51 a litre since June when it last revised passenger fares through a 14.2 per cent hike and freight rates by 6.5 per cent increase. While this benefit of easing fuel cost should have been passed on to consumers through the review of FAC due this month, the Railways does not intend to revise freight and passenger fares until the next Budget to be presented in February next year.

Asked whether the Ministry of Railways would reduce fares in line with the declining global oil prices, a senior ministry official said: “No revision in passenger fares or freight rates is being planned before the Budget. Also, FAC is not being revised as of now. The impact of the reduction in diesel prices between April and September this year will be seen only in the February revision.” He said the impact of global oil prices on railway fares comes with a lag of up to a year.

Indian Railways consumes about 2.7 billion litres annually to operate 70 per cent of its freight traffic and 50 per cent of passenger operations. Its fuel bill, which includes electricity traction cost apart from diesel, accounted for Rs 28,592 crore – 22 per cent – of the Railways’ total working expenses in 2013-14. Diesel accounted for around 70 per cent of the fuel bill.

The national transporter had budgeted for Rs 20,000 crore increase in its working expenses from Rs 1,22,867 crore in FY14 to Rs 1,43,318 crore in the current financial year. A bulk of this additional expenditure was due to spending on fuel that was expected to increase by Rs 6,500 crore from Rs 28,592 crore in FY14 to Rs 35,181 crore in the current financial year.

An analysis of last year’s figures highlights diesel’s role in railways’ financials. Indian Railways’ expenditure on diesel had jumped 45 per cent from Rs 13,750 crore in 2012-13 to Rs 19,950 crore in 2013-14 despite a mere 2.7 per cent increase in volume. Reason: a 34 per cent jump in diesel prices driven by the last year’s rise in crude rates.

The situation has been completely upturned this year after a global supply glut, coupled with declining demand pulled down crude prices by 45 per cent to less than $60 a barrel since June 2014. Diesel prices for the Railways have come tumbling down from Rs 60.08 a litre in June to Rs 50.51 a litre now. “The dip in diesel prices is likely to lead to savings of Rs 4,000-5,000 crore for us. We will also benefit from increased earnings on freight side,” said a ministry official. The Railways’ freight earnings between April and November this year have risen 12 per cent to Rs 66,211 crore. There has also been a 5.2 per cent increase in freight volume to 713 million tonnes, which indicates how the transporter is benefiting from higher freight rates.

FAC accounted for 4.2 per cent of the 14.2 per cent hike in passenger fares and 1.4 per cent of the 6.5 per cent hike in freight rates announced in June. The system of FAC, which insulates the Railways from the volatility in fuel prices by passing on fuel cost to consumers, was introduced in last year’s Budget.

Rates have been revised thrice since April 2013 under the FAC component.





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