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RVNL : Riding the Rails of Success

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RVNL : Riding the Rails of Success

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Imagine a world where every day, an entire population equivalent to that of Australia gets on board a massive network of trains that covers over 68,000 kilometres of track and stops at around 7,500 stations. That world exists, and it's called the Indian railway industry. With over 13 lakh employees working day and night, this industry has undergone massive reforms to become more efficient, safe, and revenue-generating. So hop on board, and let's explore the fascinating world of Indian railways.

India's rail route has been expanding consistently over the past years, reaching a staggering length of about 68,000 km recently. Check out the graph below to see the steady growth of the railway network in India.

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Sakshi is an adventurous spirit who enjoys both the intellectual stimulation of Finance and the sensory experiences of good food and nature’s beauty. She has a passion for delving into complex financial topics and distilling them down into easy-to-understand insights. When she's not poring over financial reports, you might find her exploring a new corner of the city, trying out new restaurants and cuisines or admiring the beauty of the night sky.

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