The Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation (KMRC) notified the Calcutta High Court that the construction it had undertaken on the East-West Metro corridor had been stopped due to the incident that took place where numerous houses in the central parts of the city were damaged during tunnel-boring work.
On April 3, a division bench of the Calcutta High Court headed by Chief Justice Arun Mishra would hear the appeal filed by the state government on the verdict passed by a single bench cancelling the land acquisition process for the East-West Metro Railway Project. On September 11, 2012, a single bench headed by Justice Jyotirmoy Bhattacharjee cancelled the land acqui
Union rail ministry decided to transfer much of its stake Kolkata's East-West Metro project to the urban development ministry so that the latter becomes the biggest stakeholder and more funds are drawn into the lagging project. It is learnt that the division of stakes between railways and the urban development ministry would be 49 p
Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation (KMRC) has reportedly received a demand from Afcons to pay Rs 257 crore as compensation for delay in fixing the final route alignment on a stretch of the East-West Metro rail in the city. The firm could not start work between Central station and Howrah Maidan until the alignment of the tracks through the Hooghly is finalised. Later, Calcutta High