Railways Pulls Back Emergency Cashless Treatment Scheme, Prompting Concerns

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail & Steel): The Indian Railways has made the decision to discontinue the Cashless Treatment Scheme in Emergency (CTSE), a medical initiative that served a substantial number of serving and retired employees, along with their dependent family members throughout the country.  Initially introduced as a pilot project…

EU Contemplates Reviving WTO Case Against U.S. Regarding Steel Tariffs

EUROPE: The European Union (EU) is deliberating the possibility of reopening a World Trade Organization (WTO) case against the United States regarding a prior steel and aluminum disagreement that instigated tariffs affecting goods worth over $10 billion between the allies during the Trump era. According to insiders familiar with ongoing discussions,…

Karnataka Transport Minister: Over 76,000 Daily Commuters Utilize Bengaluru’s Metro Feeder Bus Services

KARNATAKA (Metro Rail & Steel): Karnataka Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy disclosed pivotal insights regarding Bengaluru’s Metro feeder buses during the ongoing winter session of the Assembly in Belagavi. Responding to queries, Reddy highlighted that 76,468 commuters utilize the 134 Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) feeder bus services daily, with a…