Indian Railway has Unveiled Plans for New Rail Line to Nepal

02 December 2010 Thursday, 08:06

Indian Railways has unveiled plans for a 70km rail line to Nepal.

The government has approved the project, which will be implemented by Indian Railways, and granted a first instalment of INR100m ($2.18m) for the connection, which will cost INR4.7bn ($103.5m). The project includes a 30km gauge conversion from Jai Nagar in India to Janakpur in Nepal, and 40km of new tracks between Janakpur and Bardivas in Nepal, according to The Hindu Business Line.

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