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TV9 Maharastra | 2 PM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
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News9 | 10 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
News bulletin: News9 | 10 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
TV9 Maharastra | 9 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
News bulletin: TV9 Maharastra | 9 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
India TV | 6 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
News bulletin: India TV | 6 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
Times Now | 6 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
News Bulletin: Times Now | 6 AM Bulletin, March 15, 2012
Mukul Roy could replace Trivedi as Rail Min
A visibly irked Mamata Banerjee writes to the PM seeking removal of Dinesh Trivedi as the Railway Minister, and proposes Mukul Roy as replacement.
UPA government in dilemma
With the DMK serving an ultimatum to the Centre on the UN resolution issue and Mamata Banerjee rejecting the Railway Budget, the UPA government has a lot more reason to worry.
Mamata asks PM to sack Dinesh Trivedi
The senior-most leaders of the Congress met at the Prime Minister's house to discuss Mamata Banerjee's request to sack Dinesh Trivedi, as Railways Minister.
Is TMC playing the good cop, bad cop game?
Is the drama between Mamata Banerjee and Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi just a charade and there is something more to what meets the eye?
Remove Dinesh Trivedi, Mamata writes to PM
Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee wrote to the Prime Minister to remove Dinesh Trivedi as railway minister and proposed Mukul Roy's name for the post.
Railway Budget: Bonanza for Mumbai commuters
There is a big bonanza for about 7 million Mumbai railway passengers as the Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi has proposed a slew of initiatives in the railway budget for 2012-13.
Trivedi for linking fares with fuel costs
Railway minister Dinesh Trivedi after raising passenger fares for the first time in nine years, wants to link the fares to the cost of fuel.
I have pulled Railways out of ICU: Trivedi
After presenting his maiden Rail Budget, Union Minister Dinesh Trivedi says that the decision to hike passenger fares was imperative.
Headlines Today | 5.30 PM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
News Bulletin: Headlines Today | 5.30 PM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
Trivedi hikes fares, earns Mamata's wrath
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi, has earned the wrath of his own party, the Trinamool Congress, opposing his move to increase passenger fares.
Railway Budget: Mixed reaction to fare hike
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi's budget has evoked mixed reactions from the 'common man'.
Rail Budget: Budget disappointing, says Lalu Yadav
The railway budget for 2012-13 presented in parliament does not adequately address safety issues and is disappointing, says RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav.
Omar welcomes modest hike in train fares
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah welcomed the fare hike in the Rail Budget, soon after Union Minister Dinesh Trivedi received criticism from his own party colleagues in Trinamool Congress.
Dinesh Trivedi comes under attack from own party
Senior TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay says that the Railway Budget is not in the interest of the common man.
Won't allow railway fare hike: Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee declared that she will not not allow any hike in railway fares proposed in the Railway Budget.
Rail Budget: Mumbai gets 75 new local services
Railway minister Dinesh Trivedi announced 75 new services for Mumbai's creeking suburban railway system.
Railway Budget lacks vision, says Shatrughan Sinha
BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha criticised the Railway Budget presented by Dinesh Trivedi, calling it 'anti-aam aadmi' and an 'annexure budget'.
Rail budget directionless, anti-people: BJP
The railway budget was directionless, anti-people and lacked effective measures to step up security, says Yashwant Sinha of the BJP.
Lalu Prasad Yadav slams rail fare hike
Criticising the hike in passenger fare, former Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav said it will put a burden on common people and wondered how the Railways had been reduced to a 'dry cow'.
Dinesh Trivedi hikes rail fare, faces party's ire
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi faces the prospect of losing his job for proposing a hike in passenger fares after which his party TMC threatened to replace him.
Trinamool demands roll back of rail fare hike
Strongly opposing the hike in rail passenger fare, the Trinamool Congress demanded a rollback.
Trivedi defies Mamata, says country comes first
Unfazed by the attack on him by his own party for raising rail fares, Railway minister Dinesh Trivedi justified the move saying it was in the best interest of the Railways.
Did Dinesh Trivedi go against Mamata?
Mamata Banerjee knew about the rail fare hike in advance, say sources.
Dinesh Trivedi to quit, say sources
Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee had asked the Railway Minister to quit from the Union Govt last week, sources say.
TMC questions own minister, rejects rail budget
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi mulls quitting his post TMC's refusal to endorse the budget in Parliament.
TMC refuses to endorse railway budget
Political crisis breaks out as the Trinamool Congress refuses to endorse the railway budget presented by its own MP.
Pranab Mukherjee on railway budget
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee reacts after the railway budget was presented by Union Minister Dinesh Trivedi in the Parliament.
Oppn calls rail budget 'empty tin box'
The Opposition BJP says the railway budget is an empty tin box.
'Railway budget an empty tin box'
Former railway minister and Bihar CM calls the railway budget an empty tin box.
Rail budget | First rate hike in 10 years
Railway fares are increased across all classes of travel in the rail budget presented by Union Minister Dinesh Trivedi.
Rail Budget: Key highlights, analysis
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi announces the Railway Budget with a clear focus on safety and modernisation.
Rail Budget: Train fares raised across classes
Deviating from past practice, the Railway Minister announced tweaking of passenger fares across the board from Rs 0.02 to Rs. 0.30 per kilometer.
Rail Budget: How much will it hit your pocket?
Union Minister Dinesh Trivedi ensured in his first Rail Budget that the common man won't be spared from a price hike while taking the Indian railways for travelling.
Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai get new suburban trains
New suburban train services have been allocated to Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai in Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi's budget.
Rail Budget: Dinesh Trivedi defends fare hike
Defending his move, Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi says that rail fares has not been hiked steeply and there should be no hue and cry about it.
Rail Budget: Passenger fares hiked after nine yrs
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi increased the passenger fares in all categories after 9 years in his Railway Budget.
No vision, no action in rail budget: BJP
BJP slams the Railway budget saying it has no vision and the fare hike is a burden for the common man.
Emphasis on better infrastructure: Railway Min
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi leaves Railway Bhavan for Parliament for presenting his maiden railway budget.
'India's GDP grows with the railways'
Union Minister Dinesh trivedi leaves for the Parliament to present his maiden railway budget for 2012-13.
Dinesh Trivedi's maiden rail budget
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi leaves for Parliament to present his maiden railway budget for 2012-13.
'Rail budget for country, common man'
The railway budget will serve the interests of the country and the common man, says Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi.
Aaj Tak | 7 AM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
News Bulletin: Aaj Tak | 7 AM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
Dinesh Trivedi to follow Mamata's footsteps?
Indian Railways saw earnings shortfall of Rs 7,000 cr despite last year's budgetary support.
Headlines Today | 6 AM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
Watch all the latest news and updates on the railway budget on this news bulletin.
Aaj Tak | 6 AM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
News Bulletin: Aaj Tak | 6 AM Bulletin, March 14, 2012
Rail Budget to focus on modernisation?
Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi will present his maiden railway budget for 2012-2013.
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