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The Indian Railways is planning to introduce compressed natural gas (CNG) and bio diesel as locomotive fuels, aiming to cut down on pollution, minister of state for railways K.H. Muniyappa said on Thursday.

Currently, the railways uses diesel and electricity, which is an indirect pollutant as a bulk of the country’s power capacity is coal-fired.

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