More than a train: India invests in Japanese high-speed rail

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Philip Kleinfeld analyses the prospects and the expectations for this huge project. On 16 April 1853, Indian Railway’s first passenger train chugged out of Boree Bunder station in Mumbai on its way to nearby Thane. Carrying 400 passengers in 14 ornately ...

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