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Indian Railways suffered ₹259 crores in damages caused by violence over Agnipath Scheme: Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw

Ashwini Vaishnaw said in Rajya Sabha that Railways suffered a loss of Rs 259 crores due to violence over Agnipath Scheme.

35-year-old Akbar and his aide held for attempting to derail train in Gujarat over bulldozer action in Uttar Pradesh

According to the police, the accused Akbar hatched the plot to derail train as retaliation for the bulldozer action against rioters in Uttar Pradesh.

Agnipath violence: Statewide protests in Rajasthan, railway tracks vandalized in Bharatpur on the Jaipur-Agra route

Youths protesting the Agnipath scheme reached the Bharatpur railway station in large numbers and jammed the railway track

AAP MLA takes credit for completing ‘long pending’ Railway Underbridge in Punjab, Railway fact checks saying it was already completed last year

Railway fact-checks Punjab AAP MLA, who took credit for completing already completed Railway Underbridge

Intelligence Agencies issue alert over Pakistan’s ISI-sponsored terror attacks on railway tracks in India

Intelligence agencies alerted authorities about ISI sponsored targeted attacks on railway tracks in Punjab

Gujarat High Court sets aside the order of state Waqf Board halting railway line construction near dargah. Read details

The Court held that the proximity of a dargah to a railway land did not automatically imply that the surrounding land belonged to the dargah authorities.

American Airlines announces ‘buses-as-flights’ plan to combat pilot shortage and high fuel prices, netizens remind them, ‘they are just buses’

So basically, while the tickets will be sold by the AA as flight tickets, passengers will check-in in Allentown or New Jersey airports and travel to Philadelphia by bus, provided by the airline.

Kerala: Congress workers uproot survey stones of high speed rail project to protest against Pinarayi Vijayan govt’s ambitious project

The opposition parties had disrupted the Budget session of the Kerala Assembly and had staged a boycott in the House.

TMC MP Nusrat Jahan comes up with bizarre argument against bullet train, claims that Indian soil is not suitable for it

Nusrat Jahan claimed in Parliament that Indian soil is not fit to set up any infrastructure required to run bullet trains

Hindu activists protest against illegal conversion of porters’ restroom to mosque inside Bengaluru railway station

A controversy erupted after a porters' restroom on platform no 5 of KSR railway station in Bengaluru was illegally converted into a mosque.

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