by Dilip Dhiman (View MyPage) on Jun 30, 2011 05:33 PM
china is going to be the world power and we indiands will be in scams and yoga and no honesty to it. india belongs to indian govt. not to Indian citizens. we are cowered and jealous of every body.
India govt spends around 18 lakhs rupees even for a Poor Indian
by India a (View MyPage) on Jun 27, 2011 05:08 AM | Hide replies
On an average India govt spends around 18 lakhs rupees even for a Poor Indian.
that means even a Kid born in Poor Indian family costs around 18 lakhs to Indian Government.
calculation numbers are below as per the present cost of living in India.
Rs 2500 X 12 months = Rs 30000
Rs 30000 X 60 years = 18 lakhs Rupees.
So the main problem is Population.
Govt of India needs to think seriously on this Issue and implement a Population Control policy something similar to China. Else Indians will have to Struggle a lot.
Re: India govt spends around 18 lakhs rupees even for a Poor Indi
by toga (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 06:41 AM
Population is the last excuse you need when comparing with china. 1.5billion remember?
chinese railway minister
by Chenny Youp (View MyPage) on Jun 22, 2011 04:47 AM | Hide replies
the ex chinese railway minister has already put in jail because the corruption during the HSR development.
by sam (View MyPage) on Jun 21, 2011 05:45 PM | Hide replies
As we read the article and debate, our corrupt politicians are busy looting the Nation.
GOD HELP INDIA !!!
by Ashok Misra (View MyPage) on Jun 21, 2011 02:42 PM | Hide replies
i wish i could journey in a bullet train in India in my lifetime ASHOK
China’s economic growth
by Kali Mirch (View MyPage) on Jun 21, 2011 02:10 PM | Hide replies
China’s economic & social sector development is boosting the country’s image to unprecedented levels.
This is possible because there is no KALMADI or A.RAJA. in China. A couple of Chinese bureaucrats who stole the country’s wealth through bribes or other means were shot dead.
The Chinese love heir country. Do we love Indians our country? Ever wonder why we had taken forty years to bring the Lokpal Bill.
can it faster than the plane?
by lovein (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 06:48 PM | Hide replies
waste of money indeed!
the fastest train in india
by email@example.com (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 03:03 PM | Hide replies
it’s not too bad that the top speed of fastest train in india can reach a speed of approximately 150kmph.so don’t complain too much!
Re: the fastest train in india
by NIHARIKA (View MyPage) on Jun 21, 2011 02:33 PM
really which one… as per my knowledge and understanding the fastest speed of Indian railways is 130 km/h on which all Rajdhanis operates.. one train had a trail run between delhi and lucknow which was travelling at 100 miles per hour but was not successful.. so plz let me know which train and which sector is supporting 150 miles per hour..
Re: Re: the fastest train in india
by sachin patil (View MyPage) on Jun 22, 2011 04:35 AM
Shatabdis are also known to run around 150Kmph in certain sections like Delhi-Agra, Mumbai-Surat. The average is less around 70-80.
Let us accept the fact
by Manoj Pachouri (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 01:10 PM | Hide replies
Yes, below are some:
* There are still many cities in India which are not connected to mainstream by either Road or Rail. Indian Govt has to first provide this basic amenity to these cities/ villages and then start modernization.
* On Railway itself, India still has thousands of Kms to upgrade from diesel lines to electricity lines.
* Economically, unless air travel is severely congested, there is often not a financial basis for building an high speed railway system from scratch as fare of high speed train will be equivalant of air fare.
Chinese High Speed Trains
by Cream Cracker (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 09:24 AM | Hide replies
Observe the picture closely, and focus on the engine up front. Doesn’t it look like a giant Phallus? No wonder it is so popular with travellers who must be really enjoying the ride 😉
Re: Chinese High Speed Trains
by hammy (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 02:06 PM
you people with smart mouth should learn some basics before speaking. most high speed trains are electric multiple unit(EMU) trains. EMU trains do not have a separate locomotive, instead each carriage (or carriage group) has its own traction motor.
why does india has not any high speed rail?
by superindian (View MyPage) on Jun 19, 2011 01:55 PM | Hide replies
chinese high speed rail in operation has reached about 8000km,and india has none?we canot afford to built it even 1km?or we have not the capability of constructing such a huge project?
Re: why does india has not any high speed rail?
by balaji (View MyPage) on Jun 20, 2011 09:42 AM
because bjp is not in power remember the major infrastructure plan after our independence 1947 golden quadrilateral came in only once when bjp came
There is a saying in Malayalam that makes fun of
by piri (View MyPage) on Jun 19, 2011 12:40 PM | Hide replies
pretenders by equating them with ‘stupid squirrels which attempt to open their mouths as wide as elephants do’ !
India and Indians attempting to ape the Chinese and Chinese acheivements immediately bring this saying to mind.
It would be immensely more sensible and nice of Indian Railways to first dispense with the obnoxious practice of discharging the toilet waste from its trains on the tracks !
Even the much maligned and impoverished Pakistan has a railway system that discontinued this practice long ago !
Indian railway stations/tracks constitute one of several national shames and it is only the extreme stupidity of and lack of any real sense of hygiene in common Indians that make the Indian Railways so lackadaisical in reforming itself on this front !
by prabhakar prabhakar (View MyPage) on Jun 19, 2011 08:52 AM | Hide replies
China is growing and expanding with newer technologies,though we are capable to outbeat them.but we are more corrupt in our minds which
dithers us to come to International standards we have learnt the art of emptytalking,boasting and showoff with nothing much like empty vessels make more noise.
Re: Bullet train
by jagadish achar (View MyPage) on Jun 21, 2011 09:20 AM
INDIANS CANNOT BEAT CHINA.BECAUSE OURS IS A CORRUPT RAMPANT COUNTRY RULED BY CORRUPT AND FAMILY POLITICIANS,IT IS BETTER FOR BRITISHERS TO CAME AND RULE INDIA,SO INDIANS WILL ALWAYS BE SLAVES???????????
india has luxury train
by firstname.lastname@example.org (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 05:42 PM | Hide replies
indian luxury train is much better than chinese bullet train in everything excluding the speed.
Re: india has luxury train
by piri (View MyPage) on Jun 19, 2011 12:29 PM
But in the matter of having to brave the strong ‘aroma’ of freshly laid human excreta, there is little difference at all between the ‘Indian luxury train’ and the other Indian trains, isn’t it so ??
And as far as catching up with the Chinese in terms of having clean railway stations and clean tracks are concerned, it might take till eternity for the Indian Railways, might it not ?
Re: india has luxury train
by Jugal Ahuja (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 08:49 PM
can you proundindian afford to pay Rs 1.0 lakh/day to take aride on these luxury trains.? if not just do not make foolish comment.
india has bullock cart trains to counter bullet trains
by Kungfu Panda (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 04:34 PM | Hide replies
Indian govt should launch bullock cart trains to face this competition from chinese bullet trains. After all we invented bullock carts, nobody can take that away from us…
India Bullet train project gets closer to realisation
by email@example.com (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 03:22 PM | Hide replies
AHMEDABAD: The dreams of Amdavadis to reach Mumbai in less than two hours have moved a step closer to realisation. The detailed project report for the bullet train between Ahmedabad-Pune has been finally submitted to the railway board.
The report has pegged the cost of the project, which covers nearly 530 km between Ahmedabad-Pune, at around Rs 56,000 crore. Of this, around Rs 50,000 crore will be used for the construction of tracks and other infrastructure alone. Officials in the western division said that once the detailed project report gets a clearance, the fund sharing will also be decided between the Maharashtra and the Gujarat governments. The bullet train, which is capable of running at 350 km per hour speed, aims to reduce the travel time between Ahmedabad-Mumbai-Pune to less than three hours.
The current travel time for the 450 km distance between Ahmedabad and Mumbai is six hours and thirty minutes by the non stop Duronto train. The same for the 100 km
Black money stashed abroad is 13 times of India’s foreign debt.
by ashish kumar (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 12:05 PM | Hide replies
Black money stashed abroad is 13 times of India’s foreign debt.
If it comes back 30 crores peoples get job.
india and china
by cabe walker (View MyPage) on Jun 18, 2011 12:01 PM | Hide replies
Indian ministers for sake of votes keep cutting rail budget in certain parts of india..the rest of the money dissappears and end up in swiss, bahamas or monaco bank accounts…they take 11 years to make an 8 km long bridge ..where china takes 4 years to build a 36 km long bridge……we in India will never see Bullet trains in India atleast for next 25 years..by then il be 50 years old :)))))