Kitchens Within Indian Trains Being Phased Out Due to Fire, Foreigners Receiving Preferential Treatment in Indian Railway Stations, Railway Freight Shipping and its Importance to the Indian Economy, and the Arduous Path of Studying to Become a Railway Conductor

India is criss crossed by 65,000 kilometers of railway line which run between Mumbai, India in the west coast, Kolkata, India on the east coast and Delhi, India in the north. Nearly 70% of Indians live in rural areas of the country. Each train in India used to have its own kitchen but due to persistent fires, they’re now being phased out in favor of a centralized cafeteria at each stop with hot and cold food. Foreigners traveling in India are given preferential treatment over Indian citizens as ...

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