India S First Bullet Train


'India S First Bullet Train' - 28 News Result(s)

  • Over 100 Per Cent Occupancy On Bullet Train Route, Says Railways In U-Turn

    Over 100 Per Cent Occupancy On Bullet Train Route, Says Railways In U-Turn

    The route of India's first bullet train - a project close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's heart - is profitable and is packed to capacity even in off-season, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday, contradicting his ministry's previous response to an RTI or Right to Information query.

  • Bullet Train Route Making Losses Since July, Reveals RTI Reply: 10 Points

    Bullet Train Route Making Losses Since July, Reveals RTI Reply: 10 Points

    India's first bullet train, set to debut in 2023 between Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat and Maharashtra, may not have been planned on a very profitable route, an activist's RTI or Right to Information query has revealed. For the Railways, the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route has been a loss-making one with over 40 per cent of the seats goi...

  • Bullet Train Reignites Debate On Land For 'Public Purpose'

    Bullet Train Reignites Debate On Land For 'Public Purpose'

    Plans for India's first bullet train, a $17-billion-dollar project, have sparked a debate on the definition of "public purpose" for land acquisitions which have become increasingly contentious.

  • 508 Km In 3 Hours: India's First Bullet Train Project In 10 Points

    508 Km In 3 Hours: India's First Bullet Train Project In 10 Points

    The train will cover the distance between Ahmedabad and Mumbai in as little as 2 hours and hit a top speed of 320 km/hr.

  • Mumbai To Ahmedabad In Less Than 3 Hours: 10 Key Facts About Bullet Train

    Mumbai To Ahmedabad In Less Than 3 Hours: 10 Key Facts About Bullet Train

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today launched work on India's first bullet train, which will run between Ahmedabad in Gujarat and Mumbai. The train, which is expected to begin operating in 2022, will run at a maximum speed of 350 km per hour and will cover the 508-km stretch in under three hours. The ambitious ...

  • Prime Minister Modi On Bullet Train Critics Then And Now

    Prime Minister Modi On Bullet Train Critics Then And Now

    Critics who earlier dismissed the bullet train as "big talk" are now asking what use it is, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi today after inaugurating work on India's first bullet train in collaboration with Japan, whose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe jointly launched the project in Gujarat's Ahmedabad.

  • Hope To Ride Bullet Train With PM Modi At My Side, Says Abe

    Hope To Ride Bullet Train With PM Modi At My Side, Says Abe

    India's first bullet train project, a $19-billion initiative linking Ahmedabad to Mumbai, was this morning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe hailed fast-growing ties between Asia's two biggest democracies.

  • 'Hope To Ride Bullet Train On Next India Visit': Top Quotes Of PM, Japan's Abe

    'Hope To Ride Bullet Train On Next India Visit': Top Quotes Of PM, Japan's Abe

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe launched India's first bullet train project in Ahmedabad today. The joint venture between Indian Railways and the Japanese firm Shinkansen Technology is expected to cost Rs. 1.10 lakh crore for the first link - a 508-km stretch between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The new train - which w...

  • Act Against 26/11 Accused, PM Modi And Abe Tell Pak: 10 Points

    Act Against 26/11 Accused, PM Modi And Abe Tell Pak: 10 Points

    After jointly inaugurating work on India's first bullet train, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe held summit talks today and signed 15 agreements to enhance strategic partnership, agreeing to strengthen cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region where China is increasingly assertive. A joint statement said India and J...

  • Why Is PM Abe Being Hosted In Gujarat, Not Delhi, Asks Congress

    Why Is PM Abe Being Hosted In Gujarat, Not Delhi, Asks Congress

    The Congress, on Wednesday, raised questions over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's state visit to Ahmedabad and not the country's national capital and hoped it would not be used for political purposes in view of the forthcoming Gujarat assembly elections.

  • Bullet Train, Great. How About Normal Trains On Time, Ask Passengers

    Bullet Train, Great. How About Normal Trains On Time, Ask Passengers

    By the time the Farakka Express from Delhi to Bengal's Malda chugged out of the Lucknow station this afternoon, it was eight hours late.

  • 10 Points On Bullet Train Project Which Begins Tomorrow In Ahmedabad

    10 Points On Bullet Train Project Which Begins Tomorrow In Ahmedabad

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, who is arriving today for a two-day visit, will together launch work on India's first bullet train in Ahmedabad tomorrow. The project, a joint venture between the Indian Railways and the Japanese firm Shinkansen Technology, signals a big leap for the country's transport infrastru...

  • A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe changed into a Indian-style kurta-pyjama and Nehru jacket today before going on a roadshow with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after landing in Gujarat's Ahmedabad for a two-day visit. Underscoring the importance of India-Japan ties, PM Modi went to the airport and received his Japanese counterpart with a warm hug. ...

  • Ahead Of Shinzo Abe Visit, PM Modi Says India Truly Values Ties With Japan

    Ahead Of Shinzo Abe Visit, PM Modi Says India Truly Values Ties With Japan

    Preparing to receive his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India truly values its ties with Japan and that he looked forward to further boost the bilateral relations in a wide range of areas.

  • Latest On Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train: 70 Daily Rides, 7 Kms Under Sea

    Latest On Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train: 70 Daily Rides, 7 Kms Under Sea

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will on Thursday lay the foundation stone for India's first bullet train project, connecting Mumbai and Ahmedabad, in Ahmedabad, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday.

'India S First Bullet Train' - 14 Video Result(s)

'India S First Bullet Train' - 28 News Result(s)

  • Over 100 Per Cent Occupancy On Bullet Train Route, Says Railways In U-Turn

    Over 100 Per Cent Occupancy On Bullet Train Route, Says Railways In U-Turn

    The route of India's first bullet train - a project close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's heart - is profitable and is packed to capacity even in off-season, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday, contradicting his ministry's previous response to an RTI or Right to Information query.

  • Bullet Train Route Making Losses Since July, Reveals RTI Reply: 10 Points

    Bullet Train Route Making Losses Since July, Reveals RTI Reply: 10 Points

    India's first bullet train, set to debut in 2023 between Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat and Maharashtra, may not have been planned on a very profitable route, an activist's RTI or Right to Information query has revealed. For the Railways, the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route has been a loss-making one with over 40 per cent of the seats goi...

  • Bullet Train Reignites Debate On Land For 'Public Purpose'

    Bullet Train Reignites Debate On Land For 'Public Purpose'

    Plans for India's first bullet train, a $17-billion-dollar project, have sparked a debate on the definition of "public purpose" for land acquisitions which have become increasingly contentious.

  • 508 Km In 3 Hours: India's First Bullet Train Project In 10 Points

    508 Km In 3 Hours: India's First Bullet Train Project In 10 Points

    The train will cover the distance between Ahmedabad and Mumbai in as little as 2 hours and hit a top speed of 320 km/hr.

  • Mumbai To Ahmedabad In Less Than 3 Hours: 10 Key Facts About Bullet Train

    Mumbai To Ahmedabad In Less Than 3 Hours: 10 Key Facts About Bullet Train

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today launched work on India's first bullet train, which will run between Ahmedabad in Gujarat and Mumbai. The train, which is expected to begin operating in 2022, will run at a maximum speed of 350 km per hour and will cover the 508-km stretch in under three hours. The ambitious ...

  • Prime Minister Modi On Bullet Train Critics Then And Now

    Prime Minister Modi On Bullet Train Critics Then And Now

    Critics who earlier dismissed the bullet train as "big talk" are now asking what use it is, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi today after inaugurating work on India's first bullet train in collaboration with Japan, whose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe jointly launched the project in Gujarat's Ahmedabad.

  • Hope To Ride Bullet Train With PM Modi At My Side, Says Abe

    Hope To Ride Bullet Train With PM Modi At My Side, Says Abe

    India's first bullet train project, a $19-billion initiative linking Ahmedabad to Mumbai, was this morning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe hailed fast-growing ties between Asia's two biggest democracies.

  • 'Hope To Ride Bullet Train On Next India Visit': Top Quotes Of PM, Japan's Abe

    'Hope To Ride Bullet Train On Next India Visit': Top Quotes Of PM, Japan's Abe

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe launched India's first bullet train project in Ahmedabad today. The joint venture between Indian Railways and the Japanese firm Shinkansen Technology is expected to cost Rs. 1.10 lakh crore for the first link - a 508-km stretch between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The new train - which w...

  • Act Against 26/11 Accused, PM Modi And Abe Tell Pak: 10 Points

    Act Against 26/11 Accused, PM Modi And Abe Tell Pak: 10 Points

    After jointly inaugurating work on India's first bullet train, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe held summit talks today and signed 15 agreements to enhance strategic partnership, agreeing to strengthen cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region where China is increasingly assertive. A joint statement said India and J...

  • Why Is PM Abe Being Hosted In Gujarat, Not Delhi, Asks Congress

    Why Is PM Abe Being Hosted In Gujarat, Not Delhi, Asks Congress

    The Congress, on Wednesday, raised questions over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's state visit to Ahmedabad and not the country's national capital and hoped it would not be used for political purposes in view of the forthcoming Gujarat assembly elections.

  • Bullet Train, Great. How About Normal Trains On Time, Ask Passengers

    Bullet Train, Great. How About Normal Trains On Time, Ask Passengers

    By the time the Farakka Express from Delhi to Bengal's Malda chugged out of the Lucknow station this afternoon, it was eight hours late.

  • 10 Points On Bullet Train Project Which Begins Tomorrow In Ahmedabad

    10 Points On Bullet Train Project Which Begins Tomorrow In Ahmedabad

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, who is arriving today for a two-day visit, will together launch work on India's first bullet train in Ahmedabad tomorrow. The project, a joint venture between the Indian Railways and the Japanese firm Shinkansen Technology, signals a big leap for the country's transport infrastru...

  • A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe changed into a Indian-style kurta-pyjama and Nehru jacket today before going on a roadshow with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after landing in Gujarat's Ahmedabad for a two-day visit. Underscoring the importance of India-Japan ties, PM Modi went to the airport and received his Japanese counterpart with a warm hug. ...

  • Ahead Of Shinzo Abe Visit, PM Modi Says India Truly Values Ties With Japan

    Ahead Of Shinzo Abe Visit, PM Modi Says India Truly Values Ties With Japan

    Preparing to receive his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India truly values its ties with Japan and that he looked forward to further boost the bilateral relations in a wide range of areas.

  • Latest On Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train: 70 Daily Rides, 7 Kms Under Sea

    Latest On Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train: 70 Daily Rides, 7 Kms Under Sea

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will on Thursday lay the foundation stone for India's first bullet train project, connecting Mumbai and Ahmedabad, in Ahmedabad, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday.

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