India, Japan start work on high-speed train during Abe visit

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AHMADABAD, India — India and Japan have begun work on a high-speed train in the western Indian state of Gujarat, during a visit by Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The “bullet” train will link Ahmadabad, the main commercial city in Indian Prime India takes a technological leap of faith by flagging off the bullet train project

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  6. India launches first bullet train project

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