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Railways earnings register over 10% growth in FY12 as against FY11
Source: All India Radio | 13 Apr, 2012, 07.04PM
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Railways has registered over 10% growth in total earnings during the last fiscal as compared to the same period in the year 2010-11.

According to an official release, the total earnings of railways were over Rs 1,042.78 billion in the last fiscal as compared to around Rs 946.7 billion during the fiscal year 2010-11.In goods earnings, it has registerred a growth of 10.70% during the financial year 2011-12 .

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