NDTV 24x7 brings to you an exclusive chat with cabinet ministers on their performance, the challenges that they faced, the difference they have been able to make that has affected our lives and the road ahead. This week, we have Union Minister for Railways, Suresh Prabhu outlining what his ministry has done. India has one of the largest networks of railways but lags behind other countries in terms of speed, passenger amenities and generating revenue for further investments. With so much social obligations on one hand and the cry to make Indian Railways compete with its peers in China, USA, Japan, what's the minister's plan to turn around things. In the next decade Indian railways will need to substantially invest in upgrading the infrastructure, procure new locomotives, lay new tracks and providing better amenities for the passengers. Where is the money going to come from? Will the ministry be able to raise the money? Will the high cost deter India from getting Bullet trains? Have the new tracks for turning around the Railways been laid? Join us and decide for yourself on the performance of your minister.