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Japan agency refuses to fund 156 new coaches, Delhi Metro looks elsewhere for help

The Indian Express has learnt that the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) board, the Metro's highest decision-making authority, has cleared the proposal aimed at managing crowds.

JICA gives Rs 6,170 cr loan for Dedicated Freight Proj in India

The main feature of the project is the construction of new double track electrified railway lines for the sole use of high speed freight cargo trains as the backbone of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) development plan.

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Bullet train: Japan team meets Panagariya to discuss project

All components, even those sourced from Japan, will be manufactured in India, says Railway Board Chairman A K Mittal.

Eye on Rs 50,000-cr Metro pie, World Bank rushes in

In a climbdown, it promises to extend loan at a lower interest, as is being offered by Japan International Cooperation Agency

Japan offers help for ‘smart’ Andhra capital

A joint working group has been constituted to look into the proposals made by the Japanese delegation.

5 months on, reconstituted Metro corp gives stalled tendering process a push

However the corporation had shortlisted nine of the total 14 firms that had submitted pre-qualification bids in early March.

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Japanese team to conduct its own feasibility study before funding MTHL

A team from JICA had visited Mumbai over the past two days and held long meetings with senior officials of the MMRDA on the project.

Corporators’ green signal to Light Rail Transport

Civic administration not in favour, panel seeks MIDC finance

MTHL gets moving again, all hopes on Japanese loan

Ashwini Bhide, said state government had sent a formal proposal to the Union Finance Ministry for its approval to get funds from JICA.

Trans Harbour Link project cost zooms by Rs 1300 crore in a year

Cost of constructing the 22-km harbour link, billed as the longest sea-link in the country, has so far surged about 175 per cent since 2005.

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