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India set to miss key target for Japan-backed bullet train project, claim sources

Last week, farmers and local activists disrupted a public hearing conducted by NHSRCL, its second attempt to hold such an event in less than a month. The first one last month was also cut short by protests.

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Entitlement cards to be issued to private land owners losing land for Bullet train project

Congress Rajya Sabha MP from Gujarat, Ahmed Patel recently wrote a letter to PM Modi stating that he has received several complaints from farmer representatives that rules and procedures under the Land Acquisition Act 2013 was not being adhered to and Gujarat government was conducting the land acquisition exercise under a diluted version of the 2013 Act.

Land acquisition for Bullet train: Activists write to JICA, Vadodara farmers protest

Eighty per cent designing of bullet train bridges, tunnels done, says senior official

The proposed corridor will start from the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai and end near the Sabarmati Railway Station in Ahmedabad.

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Tracks leading to bullet train: How countries around the world raced to get their fastest trains

While European countries like Germany and Italy had been researching and experimenting on high speed rail network since as early as the beginning of the twentieth century, it was Japan which made the breakthrough in this race for the fastest rail technology.

‘Report on Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train to be ready by next yr’

Gowda also called on Chief Minister Anandiben Patel and later held a meeting with senior Railway officials.

Japan plans JV firm to finance bullet train projects in India

Japanese experts from and Indian officials conducted surveys in Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor (about 500 km) for a pre-feasibility study.