Bullet Train Project Thi 24 Hajar Ne Nokri Malse News Report,

Bullet Train Project Thi 24 Hajar Ne Nokri Malse News Report,
On Thursday, India will be a step closer to thebullet train that would help drag the world’s fourth-largest railways into the 21st century. 
The much-talked-about project gets off the ground on September 14, with a ceremony near Sabarmati station to be attended by PM Modi and Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, whose country is providing the knowhow, and a generous soft loan, of close to Rs 90,000 crore, for the project. 
The train, which will start running on August 15, 2022 - when India completes 75 years of independence, promises to reduce travel time between the Mumbai and Ahmedabad to less than three hours from the current seven hours. The train also reduces a pain point for Prime Minister Modi -- jobs. 
The train project will create job opportunities for about 20,000 people. Further, some 16,000 indirect employment opportunities are expected to be generated that works well for Modi's 10-million-jobs-a-year election pledge. 
A top speed of 350 kmph is not the only thing thrilling about this train. Passengers will also get the thrill of riding under the sea, a first in the country, near Thane at a maximum speed of 350 km per hour. Barring the 21-km-long tunnel, most part of the 508-km-long corridor will be on an elevated track to avoid land acquisitions. 
20,000 jobs, undersea tunnel and an opportunity to ace the Rajdhani, the bullet train promises to change India's landscape real fast. These 6 points can help you catch up. 
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