Mar 3, 2015

Use of Non-Conventional Energy Sources in Railways

It is proposed to blend 5 per cent Bio-diesel to diesel to be used on diesel locomotives only on Indian Railways. 2 MW of Solar Power plant at a cost of Rs. 15.7 crore has been installed at Rail Coach Factory, Rae Bareli. The sanctioned work for non-conventional energy on Indian Railways includes 10.5 Mega Watt (MW) with Railway funding & 157.5 MW in Joint Venture (JV) for wind power and 7.8 MWp solar plants under Railway funding. No special fund allotment for Bio-diesel is contemplated since it is part of fuel cost for which provision is already available in the budget. Likely fund provision for wind power and solar plant works is about Rs. 40 crore in the year 2015-16. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

SOURCE - PIB

Provision of Safe Drinking Water at Stations

It is Railway’s endeavour to provide potable drinking water at all stations including in rural areas. Instructions exist for periodical check on quality of water and corrective action to be taken, if any deficiency is found. Reverse Osmosis (RO) process involves substantial rejection of water depending upon its quality and will require uninterrupted power supply. In view of above, provision of RO drinking water units has been planned at identified major stations on experimental basis based on passenger volume and techno-economic viability. There is no proposal, at present, to use solar power for RO plants. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

SOURCE - PIB

‘Go India’ Smart Card for Train Tickets

‘Go-India’ smart card scheme has been launched on pilot basis on two sectors i.e. New Delhi-Mumbai and New Delhi-Howrah. At present, the Go-India smart card enables passengers to pay for reserved and unreserved tickets. The smart card can be used at nominated Unreserved Ticketing System (UTS)/Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counters and at Automatic Ticket Vending Machines (ATVMs) on these two sectors for issuing tickets. The salient features of the Go-India smart card are as under:
·         Initially, the card can be get issued by paying minimum Rs.70/- where passenger will get Rs.20/- balance. After that, card can be recharged for Rs.20/- or in multiple of Rs.50/- upto Rs. 5000/-.
·         Maximum limit on Go-India smart card is Rs.10,000/-.
·         Go-India smart card has life time validity. In case of no usage in six months from the date of last transaction, smart card will be temporarily deactivated which can be activated again by paying Rs.50/- as activation fee.
            The scheme is intended to reduce the transaction time at the booking counters for the convenience of passengers as it facilitates cashless transaction.
             
This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha
SOURCE - PIB

Development of Railway Infrastructure with State Cooperation

Seeking cooperation from State Government to develop railway infrastructure like Stations, Road Under Bridges, Road Over Bridges, laying of additional lines etc. is a continuous and ongoing process. This is coordinated by various levels of Ministry of Railways and as well as State Governments. Such assistance is normally in the form of land acquisition, law and order, encroachments removal, temporary closure of roads, shifting of utilities etc. State Government’s response, in general, has been positive and cooperative towards railway works. 

Ministry of Railways has approached all State Governments to form Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) jointly with Ministry of Railways for speedier execution of ongoing and new projects. The proposed SPV’s role would be to undertake project development, resource mobilization and monitoring of mutually identified rail infrastructure projects. Exact form of SPV companies, equity participation of State Government & Ministry of Railways, implementation agency, concession agreement etc. has not been finalized. Estimation of funds likely to be raised cannot be made at this stage. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

SOURCE - PIB

Use of Non-Conventional Energy Sources in Railways

It is proposed to blend 5 per cent Bio-diesel to diesel to be used on diesel locomotives only on Indian Railways. 2 MW of Solar Power plant at a cost of Rs. 15.7 crore has been installed at Rail Coach Factory, Rae Bareli. The sanctioned work for non-conventional energy on Indian Railways includes 10.5 Mega Watt (MW) with Railway funding & 157.5 MW in Joint Venture (JV) for wind power and 7.8 MWp solar plants under Railway funding. No special fund allotment for Bio-diesel is contemplated since it is part of fuel cost for which provision is already available in the budget. Likely fund provision for wind power and solar plant works is about Rs. 40 crore in the year 2015-16. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

SOURCE - PIB

New Line Projects on Indian Railways

With the objective of extending Railway line connectivity across the country, Railways have taken up 154 new line projects for construction of 17129 Km of New Lines at a total cost of Rs.163448 crore for laying additional New line/extend the length of railway line connectivity in various States. As on 1st April 2014, 3229 Km new lines have been constructed and total expenditure against these 154 projects is Rs. 42330 crore. For the current financial year 2014-15, a budgetary outlay of Rs.7624 Crore has been provided for New Line projects & for 2015-16, an outlay of Rs. 8850 Crore has been proposed in the Railway Budget. 

Allocation of funds to New Line Projects is made on year to year basis, depending upon overall availability of funds, relative priority, status of land acquisition & other clearances, stages of projects etc. Because of large shelf of ongoing projects, limited availability of funds for New Line projects & factors such as land acquisition/forest clearances/law & order beyond the control of Railways no time lines can be fixed for completion of these projects. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha,

Source - PIB

Redevelopment of Railway Stations to International Standards

It has been decided to redevelop identified railway stations of metro cities and important junctions to international standards with modern facilities and passenger amenities by leveraging commercial development of land and airspace in and around the station. 

Assessment of passenger traffic and categorization of stations on Indian Railways is being done in terms of earnings from sale of tickets which is undertaken every five years. Stations on Indian Railways have been accordingly categorized into ‘A-I’, ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’, ‘E’ and ‘F’ categories based on which norms for provision of passenger amenities to be provided at stations have been stipulated. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.

SOURCE - PIB

Development of Multi Functional Complexes on Railways



A total number of 197 stations are identified for development of Multi Functional Complexes (MFCs). Out of these, 74 MFCs have been assigned to IRCON International Limited, Rail India Technical & Economic Services Limited, Rail Vikas Nigam Limited & Zonal Railways, who develop MFCs with their funds. For remaining 123 MFCs assigned to Rail Land Development Authority, the developers are appointed through competitive bidding process, for developing MFCs with their own funds. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha

source - PIB

Indian Railway - Launches Passenger Friendly ‘Customer Complaint Web Portal and Mobile App’

Passengers can also Lodge their Complaints Through ‘Sms’
The Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu launched a ‘Customer Complaint Web Portal and Mobile Application’ (android/windows based mobile App), at a function here today. Speaking on the occasion the Railway Minister said that this ‘Customer Complaint-cum-Suggestion’ portal and mobile App which can be freely downloaded, will be very useful as one can track the status of the complaints which he or she registered on this portal with the help of mobile App. He said that Railways welcome suggestions from the people to further improve the passenger services and valuable suggestions on this newly launched portal can be incorporated in all possible ways, if found suitable. He appreciated the efforts made by Railway officials and thanked them for implementing this new customer friendly initiative in a very short time, just three days after the announcement of the same in the Railway Budget 2015-16.
            The passengers who want to complain or make any suggestions may download the mobile App from the URL www.coms.indianrailways.gov.in. The passengers can also file their complaints and suggestions on the web page www.coms.indianrailways.gov.in .   The passengers can also SMS their complaints on mobile number +91-9717630982.
Also present on the occasion were, Chairman, Railway Board, Shri A.K.Mital, Board Members and other senior officials of the Indian Railways.

The Complaint Management System (COMS) portal consists of the following applications:-
·              A mobile app based complaints and suggestions application (currently on the android platform).
·              A web based complaints and suggestions application on URLwww.coms.indianrailways.gov.in.
·              A SMS based complaints and suggestions application on the number +91-9717630982.
·              A link to Centralised Public Grievance Redress and Monitoring System (CPGRAMS) will also be provided.

Mobile Apps

·               Indian Railways are launching  the first  mobile phone App  for registering passenger complaints
·               The first  Mobile App is on the Android platform 
·               The Mobile application has been implemented using Android 2.3.3 (and above) platform and would be made available for  Windows Phone 8.1 (and above).
·               The Mobile App uses the latest technology namely  HTML5,  JavaScript, CSS3.1
·               The Mobile App can be downloaded from Google Play Store.
·               A fast and user friendly structured interface has been provided to register complaints on mobile phones.
·               Complaints will be provided with a unique complaint ID number.
·               Complainants can use the unique ID number to track progress of complaints.
·               The complaint will be auto assigned to the concerned railway functionary for redressal.
·               Validations for station name, train number and PNR number have been built into the application for user convenience.
·               The complaints will be stored in the database
·               Detailed MIS reports with various zone wise, division wise, type wise, filters will enable effective monitoring at the administrative end.
·               The Mobile App is linked to the Complaint Management portal of Indian Railways, where complaints can be registered through Web (www.coms.indianrailways.gov.in)  and SMS (+91-9717630982).


     Web based Complaint Management Application:

·               Passengers can also register complaints through the Web. The complainants will be assigned unique ID number with which they can track the progress of   complaints.

·               The complaint will be auto assigned to the concerned railway functionary for redressal.

·               Detailed MIS reports with various zone wise, division wise, type wise, filters will enable effective monitoring at the administrative end.

·               This Customer Complaint Portal will also be available in Hindi and other regional languages.

SMS based Complaint Management Application:-
·               Complaint or suggestion can be sent as free flow text as SMS to   the number 9717630982. Complaints will be also be assigned a unique complaint ID number which can be used for tracking
Source - PIB

Mar 2, 2015

Railway to open doors for recruitment

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KNOW ABOUT - REGISTRATION OF TRAIN & COACHES

TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR FULL TARIFF RATE(FTR) REGISTRATION OF TRAIN & COACHES



1. Pilot for WR: Online booking of FTR is on pilot basis and currently booking is allowed for journey starting from stations of Western Railway only.

2. Booking Process: FTR registration can be done either on IRCTC website- ftr.irctc.co.in or on UTS counter of journey commencing station.

3. Booking period: FTR registration can be done maximum 6 months in advance and minimum 30 days prior to journey date.

4. Payment realization:

Registration on IRCTC website: Party will provide the booking type, journey details of coaches, and route. After submission of the request, party will get a reference number and registration amount to be paid. Party has to pay the registration amount against provided reference number to get FTR number. Payment of registration amount must be received within 6 days (including FTR request submit day). After 6 days, FTR Reference Number will be flushed and party has to follow the above mentioned process again to book a FTR coach/train.

Registrations on UTS counter: Party will go to CBS (Chief Booking Supervisor)/Station Master (SM) of journey commencing station and provide written request containing journey details for FTR booking. CBS will feed these details in FTR system. CBS will provide a system generated slip to the party. This slip will contain the reference number and registration amount payable by party. Party will go to UTS counter and will deposit the registration money against the reference number. After confirmation of payment, printed money receipt will be provided to party with a unique FTR number printed on it. Party will go to CBS with this FTR number. At CBS counter, party can request and get a printout of his request details by providing the FTR number.

5. Refund process: In case of cancellation, either by party or by railway, refund will be processed as per existing manual process through Chief Commercial Manager (PM).

6. Permissible number of coaches:
Coach Booking: Party can book maximum 10 numbers of coaches on FTR in a train in one tour programme.

Train Booking: Party can book maximum 24 coaches in FTR train including 2 SLR. 2 SLR coaches are mandatory.

7. Registration Amount:

Coach Booking: Registration amount for booking of a coach up to 7 days of tour journey period is Rs.50,000/- per coach. Beyond 7 days of tour journey period, additional Rs.10,000/- per day/per coach will be payable and added in registration amount. 

Train Booking: Registration amount for booking of a train is amount for minimum of 18 coaches (including minimum two SLR coaches) and up to 7 days of tour journey period is Rs.900,000/-. Beyond 18 passenger coaches, additional Rs.50,000/- per coach will be added in the registration amount. For tour period beyond 7 days, additional Rs.10,000/- per day per coach will be added in registration amount.Even for booking of a train with less than 18 coaches, registration amount for 18 coaches as minimum will be charged.

The above amount may change in case of any revision by Ministry of Railways from time to time.

8. Registration of coaches/trains does not guarantee the supply of coaches/trains. This will be subject to the operational feasibility and availability of coaches.

17 additional trains in Delhi Metro from todayMetro commuters will get a slight respite from constant jostling for space during the evening peak hours as the Delhi Metro will induct 17 new trains into service from Monday. The additional trains, which will be making 104 extra trips during off peak (11 am-4.30 pm) and evening peak hours (4.30 pm-8.30 pm) on all lines, except Green line (line 5) and the Airport Express line, are a part of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s crowd control measures. “The move is aimed at decongesting the evening peak hour passenger rush and also to encourage passengers to avail Metro services during off-peak hours,” a Metro spokesperson said. As per the new operation plan, busiest Metro routes — Blue line (line 3/4), connecting Dwarka to Noida, and Yellow line (line 2) that connects Jahangirpuri to Gurgaon — will be served by 12 new trains. During the off-peak hours, four additional trains will run on Blue line while the same stands at two for Yellow line. The number of trains inducted for running during evening peak hours are two and three for Yellow and Blue lines respectively. In addition to that, one train has been inducted on the Blue line to run during morning peak hours. After the additions, the number of trains running on these two routes will rise to 53 on the Yellow line and 61 on Blue line respectively, with corresponding trips of 619 and 734. While on Red line, a sole additional train will run during off peak hours.



SOURCE - asian age

दिल्ली, मुंबई, कामाख्या के लिए होली स्पेशल ट्रेनें

रेलवे ने होली के मौके पर लोगों की सुविधा के लिए नई दिल्ली, कामाख्या और मुंबई के लिए स्पेशल ट्रेनें चलाने का निर्णय किया है। ये ट्रेनें आठ ट्रिप चलाई जाएंगी। इनमें से दो ट्रेनें सुपरफास्ट और तीसरी ट्रेन प्रीमियम है।
उत्तर रेलवे के सीपीआरओ नीरज शर्मा ने बताया कि कामाख्या-नई दिल्ली सुपरफास्ट होली स्पेशल (02503/02504) कामाख्या से चार व 11 मार्च को और नई दिल्ली से छह व 13 मार्च को चलेगी। उन्होंने बताया कि यह ट्रेन कामाख्या से (02503) सुबह 10 बजे चलकर तीसरे दिन सुबह 10.15 बजे लखनऊ और शाम 18.15 बजे नई दिल्ली पहुंचेगी। वापसी में नई दिल्ली से यह ट्रेन (02504) रात 00.50 बजे छूटकर लखनऊ अगली सुबह 09.30 बजे और कामाख्या तीसरे दिन अपराह्न 12.30 बजे पहुंचेगी। इस ट्रेन में एक सेकंड एसी, दो थर्ड एसी, आठ स्लीपर, चार जनरल व दो एसएलआर कोच लगेंगे। यह ट्रेन न्यू जलपाईगुड़ी, कटिहार, छपरा, बलिया, गाजीपुर सिटी, वाराणसी, लखनऊ व मुरादाबाद स्टेशनों पर दोनों ओर से रुकेगी।
मुंबई प्रीमियम आज, सैकड़ों सीटें खाली
गोरखपुर से मुंबई के लिए होली स्पेशल प्रीमियम सुपरफास्ट ट्रेन (02048) दो मार्च को चलेगी। इस ट्रेन में रविवार रात तक सैकड़ों बर्थ खाली थीं। शाम 06.30 बजे तक इसके फर्स्ट एसी में नौ, सेकंड एसी में 59, थर्ड एसी में 109 और स्लीपर क्लास में 731 बर्थ रिक्त थीं। सोमवार को भी लोग आईआरसीटीसी की वेबसाइट से शाम तक मुंबई, भुसावल, भोपाल और झांसी जाने के लिए कन्फर्म टिकट ले सकते हैं। यह ट्रेन गोरखपुर से सोमवार रात 23.10 बजे छूटकर लखनऊ तड़के 04.00 बजे पहुंचकर मुंबई के लिए रवाना होगी।
सात को गोरखपुर-बांद्रा होली स्पेशल
होली में मुंबई से लखनऊ और गोरखपुर आने वालों को अभी बांद्रा होली स्पेशल (09005) में जगह मिल रही है। ट्रेन (09005) तीन मार्च को ब्रांद्रा से रात 20.25 बजे छूटकर अगले दिन 10.40 बजे कोटा, 16.50 बजे मथुरा रात 23.55 बजे लखनऊ व तड़के 05.05 बजे गोरखपुर पहुंचेगी। इसके स्लीपर क्लास में 25 सीटें खाली हैं। वहीं गोरखपुर में वापसी में यह ट्रेन (09006) सात मार्च को सुबह 07.00 बजे छूटकर लखनऊ अपराह्न 12.05 बजे, मथुरा रात 21.35 बजे कोटा तड़के 03.55 बजे और ब्रांद्रा शाम 17.10 बजे पहुंचेगी। इस ट्रेन में रविवार शाम 06.15 बजे तक स्लीपर क्लास में 740, थ्री एसी में 117 व सेकेंड एसी में 47 बर्थ खाली थीं।
SOURCE - navbharattimes

चारबाग स्टेशन से रात्रिकालीन बसें कल से

लखनऊ - सिटी ट्रांसपोर्ट प्रशासन तीन मार्च की रात 10 बजे से रात्रिकालीन सिटी बस सेवा शुरू करेगा। पहले चरण में चारबाग स्टेशन से दो बसें चलाकर उनकी उपयोगिता परखी जाएगी। इसके बाद जरूरत हुई तो बसें बढ़ाई जा सकती हैं। इस मामले में बीते महीने सिटी ट्रांसपोर्ट के एमडी ए रहमान के प्रस्ताव पर नार्दर्न रेलवे के सीनियर डीसीएम अश्विनी श्रीवास्तव ने स्टेशन परिसर से बसें चलाने की अनुमति दी थी।
परिवहन आयुक्त के. रवींद्र नायक ने बीते महीने लखनऊ में भी रात्रिकालीन बसें चलाए जाने की जरूरत बताई थी। उनकी पहल के बाद सिटी ट्रांसपोर्ट के एमडी ए रहमान ने यह कवायद शुरू की है। अफसरों की मानें तो गोमती के दिल्ली से आने पर अब यात्रियों को आटो व टेम्पो चालकों की मनमानी नहीं झेलनी पड़ेगी। रात्रिकालीन सिटी बस सेवा के तहत पहली बस रात 10 बजे रवाना होगी। वहीं, दूसरी बस इलाहाबाद की ओर से आने वाली नौचंदी एक्सप्रेस के बाद यानी रात 11 बजे छूटेगी। ये बसें चारबाग से चलकर हजरतगंज-गोल मार्केट-बादशाहनगर-फैजाबाद रोड-नीलगिरि-पॉलीटेक्निक होकर मुंशीपुलिया तक जाएगी।
तख्ती लेकर खड़े होंगे कर्मचारी
फर्स्ट क्लास और सेकंड क्लास निकास द्वार पर सिटी बस कर्मी यात्रियों को जानकारी देने के लिए तख्तियां लेकर खड़े होंगे। गेट से ही यात्रियों को बस तक लाने का काम भी कर्मचारियों को सौंपा गया है।
SOURCE - navbharat times

अगले साल पटरी पर उतरेगी देश की पहली "बुलेट ट्रेन"

From next year, Indian bullet train will run on tracks
प्रस्तावित ट्रेन सेट में 21 कोच लगाए जा सकते हैं, जिसकी कीमत 150 करोड़ रूपए प्रति ट्रेन सेट पड़ेगी
नई दिल्ली। नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार की सपनों की बुलेट ट्रेन के सपने को साकार करने के लिए वक्त एवं धन की तंगी को देखते हुए रेलवे ने "बुलेट ट्रेन" की शक्ल वाले तेज रफ्तार ट्रेन सेट अगले साल से मौजूदा ट्रैक पर उतारने की तैयारी कर ली है। इस साल के रेल बजट में बुलेट ट्रेन जैसे ट्रेन सेट की घोषणा के पहले ही रेलवे ने इसके लिए अंतराराष्ट्रीय बाजार में विभिन्न निर्माताओं से अनौपचारिक रूप से सभी पहलुओं पर बात कर ली है जिसमें प्रौद्योगिकी हस्तांतरण की सहमति भी शामिल है।

उच्च पदस्थ सूत्रों के अनुसार, बजट में घोषणा के साथ ही रेलवे ने इस दिशा में कदम उठाने शुरू कर दिए हैं तथा पूरी उम्मीद है कि 2016 में मेट्रो रेल सेट की डिजायन वाले तीन से चार सेट भारतीय रेल की पटरियों पर दौड़ने लगेंगे। सूत्रों के मुताबिक, प्रस्तावित ट्रेन सेट में 21 कोच लगाए जा सकते हैं, जिसकी कीमत 150 करोड़ रूपए प्रति ट्रेन सेट पड़ेगी। हालांकि, रेलवे के जानकारों का कहना है कि इसे बुलेट ट्रेन की अत्यधिक महंगी परियोजना के मुकाबले यह भारत की किफायती हिन्दुस्तानी जुगाड़ वाली बुलेट ट्रेन परियोजना कहा जाए तो गलत नहीं होगा।

जानकारों का कहना है कि यह आइडिया भारतीय परिस्थितियों के सर्वथा अनुकूल है, इसलिए इसके विफल होने का कोई सवाल ही नहीं पैदा होता। सूत्रों के अनुसार, ट्रेन सेट के लिए जर्मनी और दक्षिण कोरिया के निर्माताओं से "मेक इन इंडिया" कार्यक्रम के तहत भारत में भारतीय निर्माताओं के साथ मिल कर इन ट्रेन सेट के निर्माण एवं प्रौद्योगिकी हस्तांतरण को लेकर सहमति मिल गई है।

एक सवाल के जवाब में उन्होंने कहा कि भारतीय निर्माताओं में रेलवे के कोच निर्माण कारखाने भी हो सकते हैं। पर भारतीय निर्माताओं के बारे में अभी कोई बातचीत नहीं हुई है। इन ट्रेन सेट में पावर कार और पैंट्री कार अलग से लगाने की जरूरत नहीं होती तथा हर डिब्बे में पैंट्रीकार की व्यवस्था होती है। इस लिहाज से इन ट्रेनों में यात्रियों की क्षमता पारंपरिक ट्रेनों के मुक ाबले 25 से 30 फीसदी ज्यादा होती है।

इन आधुनिक ट्रेन सेट का सबसे बड़ा फायदा यह है कि जहां पारंपरिक गाडियों में जहां दो मिनट के स्टापेज में ब्रेक लगाने एवं गाड़ी के पूरी गति पकड़ने में करीब 20 से 25 मिनट का वक्त लगता है, वहीं नए ट्रेन सेट में ब्रेकिंग प्रणाली त्वरित होती है यानी गाड़ी रोकने और रफ्तार पकड़ने में चंद सैकण्ड लगते हैं।

सूत्रों को कहना है कि दो तीन साल में लंबे मार्गो पर चलने वाली राजधानी और शताब्दी जैसी ट्रेनों को आधुनिक ट्रेन सेट में तब्दील किया जा सकता है। रेल मंत्रालय ने इसकी एक योजना तैयार की है। अभी राजधानी और शताब्दी जैसी प्रीमियम ट्रेनों की अधिकतम गति 130 किलोमीटर प्रति घंटा है और एक स्टापेज में खर्च होने वाला समय जोड़ लें तो इन गाडियों की औसत गति फिलहाल 90-100 किलोमीटर प्रतिघंटा आती है।

सूत्रों के अनुसार, अगर राजधानी-शताब्दी गाडियों में नए ट्रेन सेट प्रयोग किए जाए तो इससे ना सिर्फ इनकी गति 150 किलोमीटर प्रति घंटा की जा सकती है, बल्कि त्वरित ब्रेक प्रणाली के कारण इनकी औसत गति में भी खासा इजाफा हो सकता है। अगर यह संभव हुआ तो हावड़ा-नई दिल्ली और मुम्बई-नई दिल्ली मार्गो पर सफर में कम से कम तीन से चार घंटे कम लगेंगे।

सूत्रों के अनुसार, असली बुलेट ट्रेन की परियोजना की आर्थिक व्यवहार्यता एवं उसमें लगने वाले समय को देखते हुए ये नए ट्रेन सेट वाली परियोजना अधिक व्यवहारिक एवं किफायती साबित हो सकती है।
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