- Development of High Speed Trains in India
Development of High Speed Trains in India
|Date of Publication||19 November 2013|
|Publication Type||Presentation, slides, speech|
|Tags||Air Traffic, Budgetary Resources, Construction Costs, Government, Infrastructure, Organisational Structure, Passengers, Polluter Pays Principle, Railways, Rolling Stock, Tariffs, Technical Co-Operation, Traffic, Upper Class|
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