46 trees coming in the way of Railway project trans-located


BENGALURU: As many as 46 trees that were coming in the way of a railway project near Devaragudda have translocated and not being cut. Devaragudda is a crossing station at about 369 km from Bengaluru in Bengaluru- Hubballi route. Construction of South Western Railway is executing doubling works in Tumakuru-Arsikere (95 KM) and Chikjajur-Hubballi (194 KM) sections in this route. Devargudda is a two line station in Mysuru Division and on account of doubling, this station is to be developed into four line crossing station.  There are 46 trees of various varieties such as, Nemalinare, Neem, Delbargia, Sisso, Pumgamia, Albizzia, lebbeck which are of varying girth size from 60 cm to

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Joint Press Release on Railways Cooperation between India and France
April 14, 2017

On April 13th of 2017, , Minister for Railways Mr Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, held meeting with , Minister of State for Transport, Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of France, Mr Alain Vidalies . They were accompanied by their respective delegation. On the occasion of this bilateral meeting, both sides  exchanged views,  recalled the

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