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ECONOMY INDIA RAILWAYS
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July 06, 2004 
Passengers walk on platforms at a railway station in Bombay July 6, 2004. India unveiled a populist railway... 
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PASSENGERS WALK ON PLATFORMS AT A RAILWAY STATION IN BOMBAY. 
Passengers walk on platforms at a railway station in Bombay July 6, 2004. India unveiled a populist railway budget on Tuesday that kept passenger and freight rates unchanged for the financial year ending March 2005, belying expectations of an increase in fares. India has one of the world's largest railway networks running almost 14,000 trains daily, but the network is saddled with huge losses because of its rock-bottom fares and bloated workforce, leaving little funds for investment in infrastructure. REUTERS/Arko Datta AD/TW 
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