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Indian Railways in the Past Twenty Years Issues, Performance and Challenges


  • G. Raghuram


  • Rachna Gangwar


To understand the development process of Indian Railway’s over the past twenty years, the study covers issues and strategies related to financial and physical aspects of revenue generating freight and passenger traffic from 1987-2007. Study also covers the developments in the parcel, catering and advertising sector.

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  • G. Raghuram & Rachna Gangwar, 2009. "Indian Railways in the Past Twenty Years Issues, Performance and Challenges," Working Papers id:1831, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:1831
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    freight; depreciation; indian railways; developments; financial; physical; revenue; passenger traffic; advertising sector;

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