Regulatory hurdles seem to be coming in the way of fast implementation of new mass public transport projects, including metro rail systems. While issues of relocation of colonies and technical clearances from the rail ministry has slowed down the ... Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago
The high-speed train line in a region already well-connected by rail, road and airways may have to struggle to stay viable, says Sudheer Pal Singh. Japan's Nozomi bullet train. Photograph: Reuters Recently, India signed a Rs 97,636-crore (Rs 976.36 billion) deal with Japan, paving the way for the largest-ever foreign investment in the country’s railway sector that has been crying for reform and upgrade. The idea is to use Japanese funding - to the extent of 80 per cent of the project ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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