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December,11,2018,Tuesday

WEEKLY NEWS UPDATES IN INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR

LATEST NEWS

Railways Doing Everything To Help People In Kerala: Piyush Goyal

Railways Doing Everything To Help People In Kerala: Piyush Goyal

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said that his ministry was doing everything to help people stranded in flood-hit Kerala.

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MOST NOTABLE STORIES OF THE WEEK

Bengaluru metro to airport route work after fund assurance

Bengaluru metro to airport route work after fund assurance

The state government is ready to fund or mobilise an additional Rs 1,000 crore for Namma Metro’s Nagawara-Kempegowda Airport route provided there is an assurance that the sum would be reimbursed to it when the line is in place, said a top official.

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Run Of Heritage Special Commercial Train Postponed

Run Of Heritage Special Commercial Train Postponed

Southern Railway (SR) has postponed the proposed Heritage Special Train (Steam Engine) Commercial run scheduled for Saturday.

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Rail Ministry Signs Agreement On Rail Safety With Japanese Agency

Rail Ministry Signs Agreement On Rail Safety With Japanese Agency

A Record of Discussion (ROD) in connection with the capacity development on railway safety has been signed between the railway ministry and a Japanese international cooperation agency.

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After 20 months, Green Buses go off roads as Scania sticks to stand

After 20 months, Green Buses go off roads as Scania sticks to stand

India’s first Green Bus project launched in the city 20 months ago has come to a halt. Despite request from city MP and union minister Nitin Gadkari, Swedish bus maker Scania stopped operating 25 ethanol-run buses from Monday morning sticking to its termination notice issued to Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC).

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Indian Railways want to expand bullet train to four metro cities

Indian Railways want to expand bullet train to four metro cities

Indian Railways is all set to make travelling faster, sleeker and a lot better. They now plan to set up high-speed rail network across four metro cities – Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata. The government too has earmarked routes to initiate feasibility studies for the Bullet Train project.

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