The training institute, being made in Vadodara’s Lal Bagh area as part of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail (MAHSR) project, has completed 15-20 per cent and is ensuring that India doesn’t have to compromise on “quality and parameters” in the project.During a visit to the location site of the training institute, Tarun Kathhpadia, Executive Team Leader, Japan International Consultants for Transportation Co. Ltd. (JIC), told ANI, “This is the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed project’s training center – heart of the bullet train project. The Japanese government is funding us and will give their technology to us. Later, the Japanese trainers will come here and will train us how to run the bullet trains besides highlighting other technical aspects.””Bullet train will run at 350km/hr speed. We have to ensure that in India also the bullet train runs with the same quality and parameters at which it runs in Japan. JIC is the supervising consultant. They are here to ensure that the work is done ..
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The US is ending all funding for the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency, the UN Relief and Works Agency (Unrwa), describing it as “irredeemably flawed”, a State Department official said.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has announced the appointment of Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert of the Netherlands as his special representative for Iraq.
Six villagers were killed by unidentified gunmen, who also abducted a Filipino couple in a Philippine town, police said on Saturday.
The Delhi University earned over Rs 3 crore in fees paid by students for either revaluation or rechecking their answer-sheets and for providing photocopies of answer-sheets to them between 2015-16 and 2017-18, an RTI has revealed.