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Jul 7, 2016
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Indian Railways is planning various Bullet Trains coaches and MegLev Trains across the country, apart from the Mumbai-Ahmedabad one
Representational Image only – Siemens Russia MegLev in the Workshop
Mumbai: In the biggest scale-up of its ambitions so far, the Indian Railways has set up two committees – one to shepherd its plans to build bullet train coaches capable of running at speeds higher than 350 km per hour, and the second to explore the feasibility of running trains based on magnetic levitation or MagLev trains, as they are known worldwide.
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Monday directed the Railways to “strictly” impose fine of Rs 5,000 on those throwing waste on rail tracks and act against them effectively.
“There are jhuggies and even permanent buildings adjacent to the railway tracks. Why do you permit them to throw dirt on the tracks? Why can’t you stop even (people from) a single building to throw waste on the tracks?
New Delhi: Delhi International Airport (P) Limited (DIAL) a GMR led in association with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced the Delhi Airport City check-In facility from Shivaji Stadium Metro station. Jet Airways has started the operations from both New Delhi Railway Station as well as Shivaji Stadium Metro Station.
The joint venture of J Kumar Infra and CRTG has received a worl order from Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation worth Rs 5012 crore contract of Mumbai metro line 3
Mumbai: J. Kumar Infraprojects Ltd has informed BSE regarding “J. Kumar Infra – CRTG JV Receipt of Work Order/Letter of Acceptance from Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd worth of Rs. 5012 Crore (Approx) Contract of Mumbai Metro Line 3”.
The Work Order/Letter of Acceptance from Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd worth Rs.5012 Crore (approx.) contract of Mumbai Metro Line 3 was awarded for the scope of work detailed below:
MM3-cbs-ugc 05: Design and Construction of Underground sections including four underground stations at Dharavi, BKC, Vidhyanagari and Santacruz and associated tunnels worth Rs.2858 Crore (approx.)
MM3-CBS-UGC 06: Design and Construction of underground sections including CSIA domestic airport, Sahar Road and CSIA International Airport and associated bored tunnels worth Rs.2153 Crore (approx.).
Download letter issued by J Kumar InfraProjects Ltd letter issued to NSE/BSE on date here: J Kumar Infra-CRTG JV bags Mumbai metro phase III order worth Rs 5012 Crore
The scope of the project includes design and construction of underground stations and associated tunnels for Package 1 and Package-7 in Line-3. The project bagged by Larsen & Toubro (L&T) along with its partner, STEC is scheduled to be completed in 48 months.
The project bagged by Larsen & Toubro (L&T) along with its partner, STEC
Mumbai: Larsen & Toubro and J Kumar have bagged two packages each of the total seven awarded by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation as a part of the third phase of the metro network in the city, the government agency said Tuesday.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Nilgiris-Wayanad National Highway and Railway Action Committee has welcomed the decision of the State government to prepare a comprehensive project report and conduct a final survey of the Nilambur-Sulthan Bathery- Nanjangud rail line.
T. M. Rasheed, convener of the committee, said on Tuesday that the State government had directed E. Sreedharan, Principal Adviser of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), to prepare the detailed project report and final location survey. The government had sanctioned Rs.8 crore for the purpose.
The State government signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Railways on January 27, 2016, to constitute a joint company for executing the project on cost-sharing basis between the State and Railways.
Their indefinite nationwide strike that was to come into effect beginning July 11 for a period of four months
Today's decision to defer the strike also follows a joint meeting of the union leaders with Jaitley, Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on 30 June where it was decided that the issue of minimum wage will be referred to a committee for examination. The unions had then decided to meet again to take a final call on strike.
The unions are also demanding scrapping the report of the Bibek Debroy committee on mobilization of resources for railways submitted last year and withdrawing the notification that allowed FDI to flow into the rail sector. Unions allege the government has not looked at their demand for exemption from the NPS favorably despite letters written by former Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge and the current Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu to the finance minister.
Indian Railways worker unions on Wednesday deferred an indefinite nationwide strike that was to come into effect from Monday for four months.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) here, after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised a fresh look at the demands.
“The strike has been postponed for four months based on a decision taken by the NJCA in its meeting held on Wednesday,” said S N Malik, press secretary at National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR). “Finance Minister Jaitley has promised a committee will be formed to look at the specific justified demands of the unions. We have also been promised the government will make an announcement for this.”
NFIR and All India Railwaymen Federation claim to represent at least 90 per cent of the 1.3-million workforce. The decision to defer the strike comes days after the government warned the employees of severe consequences, including fines, imprisonment and sacking, if they join the July 11 strike.
The rail ministry had in a letter to the heads of zonal railway units last week warned of steps that could be taken immediately in view of the strike. Wednesday’s decision also comes on the backdrop of media reports on how one of the two unions could refuse to participate.
“We have asked for written confirmation from the Centre on the promise of a fresh look at three demands related to the Seventh Pay Commission anomalies, the new pension scheme and increasing the minimum wage to Rs 23,000 a month from the Rs 18,000 proposed by the pay panel for workers,” Malik said.
The unions had last month expanded the scope of their protest by including a key reform initiative of the rail ministry in their agenda -- the award of Rs 40,000 crore contracts for new locomotive factories to foreign firms GE and Alstom. The unions were demanding improving the minimum wage to around Rs 26,000 and rejecting all the “retrograde” recommendations of the pay panel. Another major demand is to restore the Old Pension Scheme for railway workers in view of harsh working conditions.
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