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    • Airport Privatization in India:Lessons from the Bidding Process in Delhi and Mumbai 

      Jain, Rekha; Raghuram, G.; Gangwar, Rachna (2009-08-22)
      Modernization of Delhi and Mumbai airports had been considered as early as 1996 by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). In June 2003, the AAI board approved a modernization proposal. These airports accounted for 47% of ...
    • Framework for Structuring Public Private Partnerships in Railways 

      Gangwar, Rachna; Raghuram, G. (2013-11-26)
      Structuring Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in railways is a challenge, given its specific technology base, and obligation as a public and affordable mode of transportation. The sector provides strong incentives for ...
    • How Can Indian Railways Service the Steel Sector Better? 

      Raghuram, G.; Gangwar, Rachna (2011-05-26)
      The focus of this paper is on how Indian Railways can service the steel sector better. The steel sector is a core sector, with railways playing a critical role in its logistics. The paper examines the changing industry ...
    • Indian Railways in the Past Twenty Years Issues, Performance and Challenges 

      Raghuram, G.; Gangwar, Rachna (2009-07-29)
      Indian Railways (IR) is Asia’s largest and world’s second largest network under one management, with a separate Ministry and its own annual budget. The network carried about 17 million Passengers and 2 mt freight every day ...
    • Introducing Competition in Container Movement by Rail 

      Morris, Sebastian; Pandey, Ajay; Raghuram, G.; Gangwar, Rachna (2011-05-26)
      Container movement by rail was a monopoly of Indian Railways (IR) until recently and its subsidiary, Container Corporation (CONCOR), was the sole operator of container trains. Entry of other entities has been driven by ...