Why are there only 2 Indian railways?

Why are the two Indian railways still there?

The railways have been in existence for nearly a century now, and were built by the British as part of the National System of Railway Transport (NST) to provide safe and reliable transport across the country.

The railways were created by the Indian government in 1919 under the NST in a bid to modernise the economy.

They were designed to serve the growing cities of the nation by connecting the rural to urban areas.

But by the 1970s, as the economy began to take off, the railways were being underfunded, and had not been able to keep up with the growing demand for services.

In the 1980s, the government realised that the railways could be a lifeline to the nation.

In 1993, the NITI Aayog recommended that the government build a second railway line, the Indus-Bhutan Railway.

That railway would run from Bengaluru in West Bengal to Delhi in India’s northeast.

But that project never came to fruition.

The railway line is now known as the Industralia-Bengaluru Express, but the infrastructure is still being built, and it will eventually connect the two states.

And while the first line, from Delhi to Bengaluru, was completed in the 1990s, it was too expensive and difficult to operate.

In 2005, the railway line was completed with the help of a private company, which also brought in a third line, linking the two cities.

The Indus project was also a major milestone in India, and helped to improve connectivity to the country’s other major cities.

In recent times, however, the situation has deteriorated for the countrys second railway, the Indian Railway.

India has seen its population increase by more than 40 per cent over the last 10 years, and the growth is accelerating, and in many ways, accelerating the infrastructure of the country, as it is being built and upgraded.

India has been slow to develop the infrastructure required to carry the current population and infrastructure demand, as well as to improve the quality of its transport infrastructure, and is not in a position to modernize quickly enough.

In addition, India is also a country with poor governance, and corruption has been rampant, especially among the railway employees.

As a result, the existing infrastructure of India is not up to the standards of other countries.

The current infrastructure is not sufficient to handle the current growth in population, as India has been growing at a rate of only 6 per cent per annum over the past decade, according to the World Bank.

India is also struggling to pay its bills and infrastructure maintenance, and this is one of the major reasons why the economy has slowed down.

In recent years, India has also been trying to develop a network of inter-city rail links between the cities of India and the north-eastern states of Pakistan, and some countries in Africa.

But these projects are also plagued with poor planning and design, which is also contributing to the problem.

As the world economy is experiencing a slowdown, India’s railways have seen their capacity, and operational efficiency, shrink over the years.

A lack of maintenance and infrastructure improvements, and an inability to keep pace with the growth of the population, has resulted in poor operational and financial performance.

India also faces major challenges in the future, such as climate change, population growth, rising pollution levels and the spread of infectious diseases, which can only get worse with climate change.

India is one country with a large population, and has a large economy, but it also has a weak infrastructure and infrastructure infrastructure needs, which have not been addressed, resulting in an infrastructure that is very outdated, and poor.