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Posted: Nov 06 2016 (23:35)
Last Response: Nov 07 2016 (05:40)
Other NewsINT/International -Nov 06 2016 (13:47) Japan may bag India’s second high-speed rail contract
Yuva Rahul~ 109 news posts
New Delhi: India is exploring a proposal to award its second highspeed rail contract to Japan and the two sides would work on it during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to the country starting November 11.
This could be Japan’s second such project in India, just like the first high-speed rail link, which is based on the Shinkansen bullet train train technology and is proposed to connect Mumbai with Ahmedabad, indicated people familiar with the developments.
The project, proposed to connect Mumbai with Ahmedabad, is likely to be funded through a loan...
Nov 06 2016 (23:35)
For Better Managed Indian Railways~ 1933 blog posts
The second route must strictly be decided based on the financial merit in long run especially Rate of return and economic rate of return instead of rationing it or deciding on political considerations.This is because the stakes are very high, i.e. the project shall cost upward of Rs 200 Crores per k.m. Any wrong decision may badly damage IR economy or dent Indian economy.
Going for Delhi-Mum which is one of the crack options, the additional additional advantages are
(1) it shall entail construction for only AHM-DEL section only which...
Nov 07 2016 (05:40)
deepakyerr~ 913 blog posts
I agree with you with ahmd delhi extended bullet train corridor as it I'll connect udaipur and Jaipur with Delhi as well as Mumbai. We have to take intermediate cities into consideration when planning capital intensive projects 5 cities with 20+lacs population by 2025 will make the corridor viable. Apart they should take up delhi Chandigarh ludiana amritasar as short distance high density corridor find much potential for rail traffic then air traffic. Bullet trains RRTS or any another projects planned with be independent and IR I'll be a part but I'll not be fully integrated then only they I'll run financially better with accountability.
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