Business Today reported that as the government aims to launch India’s first bullet train by 2022, the floating of a tender by the NHSRCL, the nodal body to implement the project, has been the first major step towards completing the 508-km high-speed railway network between Gujarat and Mumbai.
NHSRCL to make compensation mechanism to farmers, land owners for its ambitious bullet train project, public
Railways has for the first time decided to make compensation mechanism to farmers, land owners for its ambitious bullet train project, public for the first time.
Amid strong opposition from political parties and villagers alike, work for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train is in full swing.
Under PM Narendra Modi’s Watch: Progress Of India’s First Bullet Train Project Being Monitored Very Closely
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set stiff deadlines for the execution of India’s first bullet train project and is monitoring its progress very closely. At a recently held PRAGATI session in which he reviewed key infrastructure projects,
With Rotating Chairs And Coffee Makers, Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Is All About Fancy Things: Details Inside
The country would be witnessing a launch of some new services with the introduction of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train in India.
The government is evaluating a possibility of creating shorter rail corridors for bullet train as they are more feasible financially.
Unfazed by opposition criticism, Indian Railways is working overtime to push ahead with the much-talked about the “Bullet Train” project, aiming to complete it ahead of the August 2022 deadline set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The final survey for the Vadodara stretch of the ambitious Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project will begin in the next couple of days.
With rising concerns over safety of trains in backdrop, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today laid the foundation stone of the ambitious bullet train project at the Athletic Stadium in Ahmedabad.