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The Indian Railways has announced plans to introduce bullet trains between Bangalore-Chennai and Mumbai-Ahmedabad. Minister of State for Railways, R Velu, said that a Japanese firm had been asked to prepare a feasibility study for the project by the end of the current financial year.
Once the trains were introduced, he said, that they would run at a maximum speed of about 300 km per hour, and added that the distance between Bangalore and Chennai would then be covered in an hour.
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