North India to Get New Rail Connection

05 June 2008 Thursday, 10:48

India’s Union Railway Ministry has approved the construction of 88km of track between Sonepat and Jind, in the north of the country, at a cost of Rs 234crore (£28.2m).

The broad-gauge railway line will be completed by the end of 2011 according to the Indian Business Standard.
Thirteen railway stations will be constructed between Sonepat and Jind, with the line also requiring at least 14 bridges to pass drains and canals.

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