Shinzo Abe in Gujarat: Will bullet train be a win-win for Japan and a no-win for India?

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday heaped fulsome praise on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe while jointly inaugurating the Ahmedabad-Mumbai High Speed Rail Project (popularly known as bullet train). Modi said that Abe’s personal intervention and …Japan Propels India Into The Age Of High-Speed Rail; China Gets Left Behind

  1. Japan Propels India Into The Age Of High-Speed Rail; China Gets Left Behind

    As I write this, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are more than likely standing in front of a wall of cameras in Ahmedabad laying down the ceremonial first stone of what will become India’s first high-speed India launches first bullet train project

  2. Shinzo Abe in Gujarat LIVE updates: Bullet train will lead to great speed, great development, says Modi

    India and Japan may enhance their cooperation in non-energy areas of the nuclear sector, a senior government official said, ahead of the delegation level talks between the prime ministers of the two countries on Thursday. The official, however, said Abe-Modi bromance may not overcome hurdles to submarine sale

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    According to News 18, India is all set to buy the US 2i amphibious aircraft ShinMayWa from Japan in a record deal of 1.3 billion dollars, ironing out the differences over price, the two nations had. Japan is pushing for over-the-counter sale of the US Tribals and farmers in Gujarat …

  4. India launches first bullet train project

    Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will lay the foundation stone for India’s first high-speed train in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s native state of Gujarat on Thursday. Mostly funded by a $17bn (£12.78bn) loan from Japan, the bullet train will run Japan and India Discuss Defense as China Gets Bolder

  5. Japan PM Abe to launch $17-billion Indian bullet train project as ties deepen

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pose in front of a Shinkansen bullet train before heading for Hyogo prefecture at Tokyo Station, Japan November 12, 2016, in this photo taken by Kyodo. Mandatory credit …PM Modi and Shinzo Abe hold grand roadshow in Ahmedabad: Key …

  6. Before bullet train leaves Ahmedabad for Mumbai, here are the challenges for railways

    The foundation stone for the Bullet train project was laid down near Sabarmati railway station in Gujarat today. The first bullet train will leave the station in five years. But, before it becomes a reality, the railways has to overcome several As Japan Propels India Into The Age Of High-Speed …

  7. Trump Finds a Phone Buddy in the North Korean Crisis: Japan’s Shinzo Abe

    President Trump with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan in the Oval Office in February. They have a warm relationship that goes well beyond the typical partnership between two longstanding allies. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times.North Korea nuclear crisis: Putin calls sanctions useless



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