All stories by S Pushpavanam
How Indian Railways fools IndiaRediff.com23 Apr 2018
Taking advantage of the indifference of passengers, the Indian Railways routinely indulges in several unfair trade practices, says S Pushpavanam.
Can Suresh Prabhu take on the Railway Bureaucracy?Rediff.com24 Feb 2016
Ministers may come and ministers may go but the attitude of the RB remains the same forever, and it is this group that really calls the shots in Indian Railways, says S Pushpavanam.
A wish-list for the Railway BudgetRediff.com23 Feb 2016
That the financial health of Indian Railways is precarious, is well-known. In his second Budget, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu must bite the bullet and attempt brave stuff, says S Pushpavanam.
A white elephant called the Bullet trainRediff.com15 Dec 2015
The Bullet train is a childish desire to join an elite club at the cost of 99.9 per cent of rail passengers, says S Pushpavanam.
Railways and a recipe for disasterRediff.com7 Aug 2015
The twin-train derailments within minutes of each other that killed 25 people in Madhya Pradesh on August 5, 2015, is being blamed on flash floods. S Pushpavanam wonders if that is the only reason.