from India Insight:

Fare wars over India: You win, airlines lose

February 19, 2013

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Reuters)

Indians like it cheap -- be it a car, a phone call or airfare. If that plane ticket is about 25 percent cheaper than a train ticket, you can imagine the rush to buy.

from Photographers' Blog:

Standing room only

September 16, 2010

They've wrested food, free alcohol, and peanuts from you. They've made you pay for luggage and lavatories.

from UK News:

Time to renationalise the railways?

July 27, 2009

Britain's railway franchises have been branded "a mess" by a group of MPs, who call for major reforms including the nationalisation of the troubled East Coast mainline.

from The Great Debate (India):

Has the Railway Budget met expectations?

July 3, 2009

Mamata Banerjee's railway budget for 2009-10 appeals to the common man. She has introduced cheaper tickets for the poor and kept passenger and freight tariffs unchanged, bringing cheer to the millions who use the world's largest rail network daily.