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1.Japan to provide technology assistance for India´s first bullet train

Japan confirms provision of financial, technical and operational support for India´s mission to build bullet trains in the country. The first bullet train, which will run at a maximum speed of 300 km per hour, is expected to run between Ahmedabad and Mumbai and will cost around Rs 60,000-70,000 crore.

2.Japan to work closely with India on rail projects

Japan, a pioneer in bullet train operations, has committed to ‘working closely’ with the Indian Government in its proposed high speed projects in the country.

3.Indian Railways to invest Rs.9,800 cr in Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project

Indian Railways has announced that it will invest Rs 9,800 crore in the bullet train project in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor.

4.Railways fast-tracks Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project

The Railway Ministry has fast-tracked the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor by setting up a separate company

5.Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train may run on elevated corridor

In order to solve problems like acquiring vast tracts of land and building underpasses for people and cattle, the proposed Mumbai-Ahmedabad

6.Sino-Indo boost for Indian Railways

A signed MoU between India and China for Railways will expand cooperation in the building of a the $36 bn bullet train project between Delhi and Chennai, development of two model railway stations, establishment of Railway University and training of Indian railway men by their counter parts in China.

7.JSPL to ship speciality rails

Jindal Steel & Power (JSPL) will ship head hardened rails, a speciality finished steel product to Iran.

8.Indian Railways | 2017 to see work commence on Bullet Train

Construction work on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed railway corridor is likely to begin next year. Even while the Indian Railways is planning to begin construction work in 2017, some contentious issues involving land acquisition remain.

9.What’s Mumbai’s priority – Bullet trains or better drains?

Barely a few hours into the prime time celebration of India’s inaugural Bullet Train dream, a shooting concern resurfaced in my thoughts.

10.Here’s how the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor project will lift sluggish real estate

The real estate all over India being in a nose-diving mode, the proposal to develop a high-speed railway corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad comes as a boon to people living in the outskirts. This will give a fillip to the sluggish real estate prices on the outskirts of the city, with property prices expected to rise.

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