SAARC railway managers at WR
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Thirteen railway managers from Cambodia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and India visited Western Railway on Sunday as part of the SAARC co-operation program organised by the Government of India and Railway Board. Sharat Chandrayan, CPRO, WR said: "The railway managers were very impressed on seeing the short films on mumbai suburban and women empowerment. The films evoked questions and interest in working of the system. Later, they visited the WR Heritage gallery and viewed the exhibits and heritage memorabilia on display''. The course is being co-ordinated by Railway Staff College Vadodara . The managers were accompanied by R K Sharma, senior professor (IT) at the college.