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Kolkata company to build Bhairab bridge in Bangladesh
Times of India

Jamuna rail bridge planned at three times higher cost

The Bangladesh Railway has planned to build a 4.8-Km rail bridge over the Jamuna river in parallel with Bangabandhu Bridge. According to the Development Project Proposal (DPP), the estimated cost of Tk8274.35 crore will be needed for the ... Dhaka Tribune, 1 week ago
Money Control

Govt sanctions Rs 1k cr for Indo-Bangla rail link via NE

The 15.06 km long track would connect Agartala with Akhaura railway junction in Bangladesh.
 Money Control3 days ago Centre sanctions Rs 1,000 cr for Indo-Bangla rail link via NE  Business Standard India4 days ago Government approves Rs 1,000 crore for India-Bangladesh rail link  Economic Times4 days ago Centre scantions Rs580 crore for Indo Bangla rail link  Tripura Info4 days ago
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Business Standard

India allocates Rs 1,000cr

Agartala-Akhaura Rail Link Diplomatic Correspondent In a move to establish railway connectivity with Bangladesh, the Indian government has allocated Rs. 1,000 crore, equivalent to $US 153 million, for the construction of a 15.6-km rail link from ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Govt approves Rs 1K cr for India-Bangladesh rail link  Economic Times4 days ago India approves Rs1,000 cr for rail link with Bangladesh  Dhaka Tribune3 days ago Centre approves Rs 1,000 cr for India-Bangladesh rail link  Business Standard4 days ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

ADB loan to upgrade Dhaka-Chittagong line

NEW DELHI -- The Asian Development Bank is providing $505 million in loans to Bangladesh to improve railway infrastructure as part of an ambitious project to boost the national economy and facilitate regional trade, particularly with India and ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Bangladesh Railway\\'s Eid service  Financial Express Bangladesh4 weeks ago ADB to provide $505m to improve Bangladesh railways  HT Syndication1 month ago ADB gives $505m loans for rail links  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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Agartala-Akhaura Railway Link to be Completed by 2017

AGARTALA: The process of laying 15.054 km long railway tracks to connect Agartala with Akhaura in Bangladesh will be completed by 2017. A team comprising technical experts of IRCON, representatives of state government and Indian High Commission in ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Agartala- Akhaura rail link to be completed by 2017  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Agartala-Akhaura rly link to be completed by 2017  Press Trust of India1 month ago Agartala-Akhaura rly link to be...  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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DNA India

Railways ministry to send high level team to speed-up India-Bangla rail project

AGARTALA: To push India-Bangla rail extension project, Railways ministry would be sending a high level team to expedite the process soon. The decision of sending the Railway Ministry team to have a first-hand knowledge about the proposed rail ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Indian Railway team wins World C'ship in Tennis, Volleyball  United News of India1 month ago Agartala Akhaura rail project: Railway team arrives  Tripura Info1 month ago PTI - INDOBANGLA - Railway ministry to send team for India-Bangla rail project  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Financial Express Bangladesh

China eyes Chittagong port via rail corridor to Bangladesh

China has proposed to build a 3,000-kilometre high-speed railway line between Kunming, capital city of south western Chinese province of Yunnan and Kolkata that will pass through Mandalay in Myanmar and Chittagong and Dhaka in Bangladesh. The ...
 Domain-B1 month ago China's southern Silk Route plan shows the way ahead  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago China wants high-speed rail link with Bangladesh  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago Bangladesh, China to be connected by high-speed train  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Happy that West Bengal CM is in Bangladesh today: Prabhu

of India | Kolkata June 6, 2015 Last Updated at 16:02 IST Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu today said he was happy that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is now in Dhaka on the occasion of signing of the Land Boundary Agreement. "I am happy that the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

India – Bangladesh Inter Governmental Railway Meeting (IGRM) concludes in New Delhi

India – Bangladesh Inter Governmental Railway Meeting (IGRM) was held in New Delhi on May 25th – 27th, 2015. Besides officials of Indian Railways and Bangladesh Railway, representatives of departments of Customs, Immigration and External Affairs from both ...
 PIB2 months ago India - Bangladesh Inter Governmental Railway Meeting (IGRM) concludes in New Delhi  Business Standard2 months ago
International Business Times India

Bengal Nun Rape Case: Bangladeshi Arrested from Sealdah Railway Station

Representational Image. Victor/Flickr A Bangladeshi national, one of the prime accused in the rape of a septuagenarian nun inside a convent in West Bengal's Nadia district, was arrested and sent to police custody on Thursday, police said. The ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago Kolkata Nun rape case: Main accused arrested from Sealdah railway station  Samaylive1 month ago Main accused arrested 3 months after horrific rape of Bengal nun  Rediff.com1 month ago Nun rape case: Main accused arrested  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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