OUTMODED between the today’s corporate buildings, cars, buses,

OUTMODED
TECHNOLOGY:

Until the 1980s India was seized in a primitive warp,
when all its products and services were frugal, outmoded and utilitarian, drab
and run down – yellow compartments on the rails. It was just after the
liberalization of the economy in 1991 that the beings of India were eventually instigated
to quality and aesthetics, to brilliancy and fame, smooth lines and perfection,
as not in favour to everything that ever prevailed till then. Most of these
were granted by the private sector. The government extended its work
towards socialism-induced stasis, which is evident by the stark contrast
between the today’s corporate buildings, cars, buses, airports and our
trains and stations and other government buildings.

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 We are ineffectual to run conventional train services
properly as we are  detrimental to efforts
to develop and use high technology in rail transports, which is long-delayed.

 Due
to increase in population and railways being the most convenient way of
travelling explosion in the number of passangers severely oppressed  the aging railway system, which had been
constructed to a fairly low standard. As the conclusion, Rail accidents
have not been a rare case in our country . It’s congested as well as untidy. Observers  say successive governments, uninterested to
take hard steps to face its perpetual list of issues, have hampered the growth
and development of Asia’s oldest rail network.According to a 2012 government
panel report, over 40% of accidents occurred due to the failure faced by railway
staff in India. It has also been observed that between 2006 and 2011 a rising
number of accidents were generally because of wreck and sabotage. Its has been known that the government of India in their
initial years have “Tried” to modernize the Indian Railways,
it is unfortunate that the Country is still steps behind from a developed technology
Railway System.