Know Your Railways: India’s Lifeline

B Guganesan is the chief public relations officer of Southern Railway. Southern Railway came into existence on April 14, 1951, after the merger of three state railways namely the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway and the Mysore State Railway. SHYAMALA M IYER interviewed Guganesan to know more about the lifeline of our country.

(Image Source: facebook.com) What role does the railway play in connecting the different corners of the country? Indian Railways is rightly called ‘The Lifeline of the Nation’. You will be surprised to learn that India has 67,000kms of railway lines, which is equivalent to going around the E
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