Friday, July 3, 2009

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Mamata Banerjee, Railway Minister is proclaiming the railway budget of the year 2009-10. You can watch the direct live broadcasting from the Lok Sabha. Lok sabha official website is

The Indian Railway Budget 2009-10 was obtainable in the senate. Ms. Mamata Banerjee declared this budget. This budget declared just a few hours ago. You can watch the live HERE.

In the budget, New Tatkal tickets charge laceration between 150 to 100 Rs. Railway Tickets is now presented at 5000 post offices. People will get the ticket from the 5000 post office. Check the new budget 2009-10…

> PM says Mamata has done a commendable job
> No increase in freight rates
> No increase in passenger fares
> Tatkal charges go down to Rs 100, booking time reduced from 5 days to 2 days
> Unreserved ticketing systems to be expanded from 5,000 to 8,000 terminals
> Janta khana (peoples' food) to be provided in railway stations
> Develop 50 stations with world class amenities
> 12 new non-stop point to point trains introduced
> ATMs on 200 mid and small sized stations
> Aim for 1300 km gauge conversion by 2010
> AC double decker trains for inter-city travel
> Railway Finance Corp to borrow Rs 9000 crore in FY 2010
> Madrasa students included in concession scheme
> To set-up North Eastern development funds
> Ladies special trains to be introduced in Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi
> Kolkata Metro to be expanded
> Increased Budgetary support by Rs 5000 crores
> AC 'Yuva' trains at Rs 299 and Rs 399 to be introduced
> Press correspondents to get 50% concession
> To launch 57 new trains
> Non-stop AC 'Turant' trains to connect major metros
> Rs 25 ticket for those with monthly salary under Rs 1500 under the 'Izzat scheme'
> Ladies special trains during peak hours
> A new scheme called 'Izzat' to be introduced
> To use Railway Land Bank for industrial development
> To set up a new coach factory in Kanchrapara
> Computerised tickets from post offices
> 3000 more unreserved ticketing terminals
> At least one doctor on long distance train
> Railways to set up cold storage cargoes
> Mega logistics hubs in Eastern and Western corridor
> Launch of premium faster parcel services in three routes
> Aim to fulfill SC/ST backlog in jobs
> 18,000 wagons to be acquired by FY 2010
> Railway hospitals to be upgraded
> Commando battalion to be raised for security purposes
> Integrated security schemes for 130 vulnerable stations
> Railway recruitment board to be reviewed shortly
> 7 nursing colleges to be set up on railway land
> Environmental friendly toilets on trains
> 49 stations of religious importance to be upgraded
> Automatic vending machines to be set up at stations
> Women commandos to employed for the security of women passengers
> High-capacity double decker AC coaches on the cards
> Automatic vending vans to be set up to make ticketing easy
> Computerised ticketing from post offices
> SMS update on waitlisted tickets
> Tickets can be bought from Post Offices
> Automatic train information systems on major cities
> Specially designed coaches, escalators and elevators for the physically challenged
> Depute doctors on long distance trains
> Book stores, PCOs to be set up across stations
> Infotainment services on Rajhandi and Shatabdi trains
> To take the Private-Public partnership route to develop stations
> Priority for food and water on trains
> Developing multi-functional complexes at stations
> Priority to passenger amenities
> Rail projects shouldn't be gauged by economic viability but governed by social viability: Mamata
> To set up panel for financing unvaiilable rail projects
> Improvement of trains amenities
> Railways is trying to keep up with change
> Committed to the cause of the underpreviliged.
> Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee begins her speech in Parliament.
> Shares of engineering and wagon manufacturing firms surged by up to 4 per cent on the Bombay Stock Exchange in early trade today ahead of the Railway Budget 2009-10.
> Bharat Earth Movers Ltd (BEML) gained 2.15 per cent at Rs 1,105, Hind Rectifiers, the manufacturer of rectifier equipment and semi-conductor devices, rose by 5.27 per cent to Rs 64.95
> Budget is of the people, by the people and for the people: Mamata Banerjee
> More trains for West Bengal
> Budget hotels at railway stations
> More Garib Rath trains to be introduced
> Measures to improve catering and on-board decoration
> Special announcement for security on railways
> Mamata is expected to announce 25 new trains

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