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India Japan Cooperation in Rail Safety makes further headway.

Japanese Railways is one of the oldest Rail system in the world. Japan is the pioneer in the High Speed Rail ‘Shinkansen’. Japanese Railways has an impeccable record with Safety. Ministry of Railways (GoI) had requested Japan’s Ministry of Land, ... PIB, 1 month ago

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Fast and Furious

Shinkansen is the last word in comfort and convenience, and is in a class of its own
 DNA2 months ago
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Crack found in Shinkansen in 1st serious incident for Japan's bullet train

If the train had continued to run, the crack could have caused it to derail in the worst-case scenario, transport officials said AFP/PTI | Tokyo Last Updated at December 13, 2017 11:25 IST Shinkansen. Photo: Reuters A crack has been found in a Japanese ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Crack found in Japan bullet train: Operator  Prokerala2 days ago Typhoon Talim makes landfall in Japan; 644 flights cancelled  Business Standard2 months ago First 'serious incident' for Japan bullet train as crack found  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Typhoon leaves two dead after lashing Japan on election day

A powerful typhoon left two dead, two missing and dozens injured in Japan today, moving northward off the Pacific coast after millions struggled to the polls for a national election.Authorities advised thousands living in coastal areas or near rivers to ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Typhoon leaves five dead after lashing Japan on election day  Business Standard1 month ago
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Hundreds of flights cancelled after Typhoon Lan hits Japan

Tokyo : Torrential rains and strong winds from Typhoon Lan's passage across Japan on Monday caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights and the closing of highways. Typhoon Lan, the 21st of the 2017 Pacific typhoon season, landed in the eastern prefecture ...
 Sify1 month ago
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India's homoeopathic state of mind

A homoeopathic state of mind pervades our thinking in governance and infrastructure-building.Do it in small, harmless doses, but nothing bitter, sharp, or bloody, says Shekhar Gupta. Homoeopathy, a relatively modern therapy, was invented in Germany by Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. It's been hailed, questioned, researched, rejected and mocked as a pseudoscience in developed countries since. Only in India is it still a mainstream therapy. Every city, big or small, has its homoeopaths and usually a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Now, Germany to help India fulfil bullet train dream

German aid likely for Bengaluru-Chennai bullet train Germany is likely to follow Japan in aiding India’s quest for superfast trains. After laying the foundations of the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train with aid from Japan, India is tapping Germany to finance and execute the proposed Chennai-Bengaluru high-speed rail project, which will have almost the same terms as the Japanese venture. For the Rs 110,000-crore (Rs 1,100 billion) Mumbai-Ahmedabad project, Japan has offered a loan of Rs ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Why the bullet train makes sense for India  Rediff.com2 months ago
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