Bullet train in India

The Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train venture will be worked at an expense of around Rs 1 lakh crore. Japan has consented to support 80% of the undertaking through a delicate advance of Rs 79,000 crore at a loan cost of 0.1%, with a residency extending more than 50 years and a ban time of 15 years. The bullet  train will finish the entire journey in 2.07 hours relentless and 2.58 hours with stoppages, instead of seven hours taken right now by Duronto Express. We examine five late improvements in India's first bullet train 

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