Why should Prime Minister Modi focus on bullet trains when basic safety measures are not ensured in our transport system? Bullet trains won’t benefit a chunk of the country,
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe laid the foundation for India’s first bullet train at Ahmedabad in Gujarat on Sept. 14.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone of India’s first bullet train project between Ahmedabad-Mumbai on Thursday.
Sanjeev Sinha, former Tata executive working in Tokyo and first IIT-ian from Barmer, has been appointed as the advisor for India’s long-awaited project of Bullet Train.
Sanjeev Sinha, former Tata executive in Tokyo and the first IIT-ian from Barmer, Rajasthan, has been appointed as adviser for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai High Speed Rail project by Japan Railways.
The long wait for construction of country’s first bullet train project will be over by September this year, when actual work on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor will begin.
The bullet train project that involves the construction of a 508km-long high-speed rail corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, is on track, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has said
Work on the ambitious Rs1 lakh crore Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet train project, the country’s first high-speed rail corridor, seems to be picking up speed.