Over 1,000 farmers have written a letter to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to stop funding for the construction of the bullet train project as the acquirement of land by overlooking the prescribed guidelines.
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October 15, 2018June 9, 2021by adminIn Infrastructure Finance
JICA halts the funding of the bullet train
August 21, 2018June 9, 2021by adminIn Railways & Metro Rail
Indian Railways plans on expanding bullet train to four metro cities
With an objective of connecting all the four major metro cities in the country, the Indian Railways is planning on setting up high-speed rail network across Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata.
September 1, 2015September 1, 2015by adminIn Technology
Japanising Indian Rail
Taking precedence from Japan which heralded the Â´bullet trainÂ´ legacy in 1964, the world began to partake of this Â´race against timeÂ´. High-speed rail (HSR), which uses an integrated system of specialised rolling stock and dedicated tracks, can significantly enhance the connectivity and trade between major cities in a country.
December 1, 2014December 1, 2014by adminIn Railways & Metro Rail
Delhi-Chennai rail project
China is keeping its fingers crossed on a possible bullet-train deal with India along the 1,754-km Delhi-Chennai corridor.