The fare hike had come into effect in October 2017, triggering protests from multiple quarters.
Fares of Delhi Metro are likely to go up in January, 2019 again, going by the recommendations of a Centre-appointed committee, authorised to fix the mass rapid transit's commuting tariff.
In the aftermath of the October’s fare hike, the Delhi Metro lost three lakh commuters a day, a Right to Information application has revealed.
Arvind Kejriwal said the Centre bore the entire loss of Kolkata Metro and there should be no difficulty if it provided half the funds in the case of Delhi.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday described the proposed metro fare hike as “anti-people”, and said that he has asked his Transport Minister to find a way to stop it
New Delhi: Keeping passenger fares unchanged, Minister Suresh Prabhu presented his maiden budget for Indian Railways Thursday, promising to balance passenger needs and long-term interests of the organisation to benchmark it globally on quality, safety
New Delhi: Delhi Metro fares may be hiked soon after the Assembly polls as the government has initiated a process to review the rates which were last raised in 2009.The Union Urban Development Ministry has
Kolkata: Commuters were left in a lurch again on Friday with trade unions calling a 24-hour taxi strike - the ninth since August - to press for a fare hike and to protest "police excesses".
Kolkata: Commuters were left stranded and harried Thursday as Kolkata's taxis stayed off the roads again after their unions called an indefinite strike to press for a fare hike and to protest "police excesses".This is
Kolkata: The Union Minister of State for Railways Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury today hinted at fare hike of Kolkata Metro Railway to offset the “huge losses” in revenue. Chowdhury said that the Railway Board was considering
Kolkata, Jun 3: Minibus Operators' Coordination Committee in West Bengal today threatened to launch a greater movement if the state government failed to accept their demand for hike in minibus fares.The Committee delegation led by
New Delhi, Mar 15: Indicating that the exit of Dinesh Trivedi as Railway Minister was a matter of time, Trinamool Congress on Thursday said its priority was to ensure a “complete rollback” of the fare
New Delhi, Mar 14: Unfazed by the attack on him by his own party for raising rail fares, Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi today justified the move saying it was a “conscious decision” in the best
Nandigram (West Bengal), Mar 14: West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee today ruled out accepting railway fare hike. Addressing a gathering here Banerjee said: " We didn't know railfare was going
New Delhi, Mar 14: ‘Sorry, cannot agree,' tweeted Trinamool Congress leader Derek O'Brien today opposing the fare hike proposed by his party colleague and Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi.O'Brien said hike in fare for upper classes
New Delhi, Mar 14: The Trinamool Congress, to which Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi belongs, today raised the banner of opposition to the fare hike proposed by him and demanded a roll-back.“We met him after the