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China begins operating bullet trains at 350 kmph speed

China begins operating bullet trains at 350 kmph speed

The trains can touch a speed of 350 kilometers per hour, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Currently, China's high-speed trains clocks around 280 kmph.

China wooing India for building high-speed rail networks

China wooing India for building high-speed rail networks

India's first bullet train project may have gone to Japan but China is wooing the country to help build high-speed railway on other routes, claiming that it has the technology and expertise which could bring enormous economic and social benefits to the people.

After bullet trains, now 'invisible' trains to redefine train travel in Japan

After bullet trains, now 'invisible' trains to redefine train travel in Japan

The Japanese are all set to give a whole new meaning to the "ghost train" with this invisible train that will hit the tracks in Tokyo two years later.Designed by Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima, who is known for making buildings that blend into the environment.

Bullet train will be in self-financing mode: Suresh Prabhu

Bullet train will be in self-financing mode: Suresh Prabhu

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Wednesday said the Mumbai-Ahemdabad Bullet train being built with Japanese assistance will be more or less in the self-financing mode and will significantly help the public transporter in upgrading technology.

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Centre planning bullet trains when people travel like 'cattle' in locals: Trivedi

Former Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi Tuesday took a swipe at the Centre's bullet train project, saying it should care about the suburban local commuters first, who are forced to travel like "cattle" in peak hours here.

China on track to develop Indian railways as Xi heads to India

China will pledge to invest billions of dollars in India`s rail network during a visit by President Xi Jinping this week, bringing more than diplomatic nicety to the neighbours` first summit since Narendra Modi became prime minister in May.

Japan effect: Now Chinese firms to team-up with Indian firms for rail projects

Chinese firms are teaming with Indian companies to jointly bid for five high-speed railway projects in India in an apparent attempt to compete with Japan's plans to build bullet trains.

Govt allays fears over FDI in Railways

Describing the PPP mode as a necessity, Government on Tuesday allayed apprehensions over allowing FDI in the Railways and said it will help big ticket projects like high-speed corridors and freight corridors.

India to have Bullet Trains soon

Bullet trains would require completely new infrastructure, higher speed for existing trains will be achieved by upgrading the present network.

India seeks Japanese investment in smart cities, bullet trains

India on Monday sought Japanese investment to develop 100 smart cities and high-speed bullet trains to improve infrastructure and create jobs.