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INDIA's Research, Design and Standards Organisation (RDSO) in collaboration with HBL Power Systems, India, has carried out field trials using a new domestically-developed train protection system.
INDIAN Railways (IR) has formulated a new public private partnership (PPP) policy that will allow international suppliers to form joint ventures with existing production units and workshops.
HARSCO has secured three contracts worth a total of $US 85m to supply and service track maintenance equipment.
INDIAN Railways has announced it will invite bids in March 2013 for PPP contracts to establish electric and diesel locomotive production facilities at Madhepura and Marhoura in the state of…
BY December, India will award the first civil engineering contract, worth approximately Rs 100bn ($US 1.8bn), to build 2200 track-km for implementing the 3338km Dedicated Freight Corridors (DFCs) on the…
IRJ at InnoTrans 2012: Bombardier has reached agreement with EMD to assemble diesel-electric locomotives at its facility in Savli, India for export to southeast Asia.
INDIA's Railways Ministry says it expects to begin work soon on a detailed project report for the country's first high-speed line with the aim of inviting global tenders for the…
SENIOR Western Railway managers invited bidders to a meeting at Mumbai Churchgate station yesterday to brief them and answer questions about a Rs 210bn ($US 3.77bn) project to build a…
INDIAN Railways has reported a 20.7% increase in revenues for the first quarter of the 2012-13 financial year with earnings for April-June reaching $US 6bn, compared with $US 5bn during…
THE Indian state of Kerala plans to start work in April 2013 on the first phase of a Rs 1180bn ($US 21.3bn) project to build a 560km standard-gauge line with…
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