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When a flight is cheaper than taking a train!
Thanks to the flaws in the way it is implementing dynamic pricing, the Indian Railways is losing its premium travel base faster than ever before, say RailYatri's Manish Rathi and Kapil Raizada.......
The great Indian railways and a little app
RailYatri offers a host of travel-related services to a 4.5 million user base. Shine Jacob finds out what's next for the app. IMAGE: By the end of the next financial year, the RailYatri app......
Surge pricing: Flying looks cheaper than train travel
A comparison shows that for Delhi to Mumbai air travel, the lowest airfare price is in the range of Rs 2,755, while the surged price for second-AC comes at Rs 4,104, a 42 per cent increase from the......
Nandan Nilekani invests in RailYatri
Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani has invested an undisclosed amount in train travel app, RailYatri.in. In addition to the former Unique Identification Development Authority of India chairman,......
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