Indian high speed rail study bids called

Hauled by a WAM4 electric loco, the Sangrami Express is typical of Indian long-distance trains. (Photo: Anindya Roy)

INDIA: The Ministry of Railways has invited bids to undertake feasibility studies for the development of high speed lines in three corridors, at an estimated cost of Rs300m.

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