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The Railway Budget 2001-2002

   Mamata rules out fare hike, spares essentials
   Highlights of the Union Railway Budget 2001-2002
   Railway Budget 'simply populist', says D&B
   'Passenger fares may be revised later this year'
   Opposition lashes out at Railway Budget
   It bypasses second generation of reforms: CII
   Rail Budget doles a generous share for sportspersons
   Special emphasis laid on railway tourism
   Rail Budget proposes 3% increase in freight rates
   Where the Rail rupee comes from, where it goes
   Investments in rail line projects up by 45%
   Rail Budget pegs plan at Rs 110.90 billion
   ATMs to dispense tickets at stations: Mamata
   24 new express trains introduced
   Railways set to achieve loading target of 475 mt
   Regional railway museums to be set up
   Railways will not be privatised, says Mamata
   'Thrust on implementation of pending projects'
   RPF being streamlined, says railway minister
   Media slams the Railway Budget
   Entire text of the Railway Minister's speech

Run-up to the Railway Budget 2001-2002

   Mamata may innovate to mop up more resources
   CII calls for a visionary Railway Budget
   Government may hike rail fares by 2-10%
   Populism seen influencing Railway Budget
   Rationalise rail freight on coal: Coal ministry

The Budget 2001-2002 Special
The Y2K Railway Budget


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