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A bomb squad has destroyed an unexploded bomb left over from World War II that was found in the Japanese capital. The work left crowds of commuters temporarily stranded Tuesday as local lines and the long-range bullet trains that link Tokyo with
TOKYO, Japan (Tue, Jun 04) – Reported madn3wz An unexploded World War II (WWII) bombshell was destroyed by a bomb disposal team in Japan on Tuesday that was found during excavation around the railway track earlier on.
World War II shell that was discovered just metres (yards) from a busy rail track halted high speed trains in Japan Tuesday, as bomb disposal experts moved in to detonate it. The travel plans of around 90,000 people were disrupted when an exclusion
In the old days, I would ride from Beijing to Shanghai on an overnight train that took 12 hours. These days, I rarely fly to Beijing from Shanghai, because the bullet train is more convenient. It travels at about 190 miles an hour; the journey takes
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday expressed confidence that the economy will return to the growth path of 8%. Inviting Japanese investments in the infrastructure sector, he told captains of the industry here that a target of $1 trillion has
Would the last person leaving California please turn out the lights... Whether by coincidence or design there is a mass exodus of business and upper management from the golden state. Here's a guess why: California is the highest taxed state in the
A woman was hit and seriously injured by a bullet train as it arrived at Sendai Station on Friday afternoon. The woman, who is in her 20s, was hit by the front of the train as it arrived at the station at around 5:30 p.m., TBS reported Saturday.
One such example is the bullet train promise made by PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif. If we look at Pakistan's economic hurdles, this program can best be described as an alluring dream an alluring dream for the voters of a country where the railways
The proposal in question was an information-only item on the day's agenda, but recent media coverage helped it overshadow the other business at hand. Rail officials still plan for the ambitious San Francisco to Los Angeles bullet train project to
California's bullet train agency is facing a series of new regulatory and political problems that could jeopardize its July construction kickoff, which already has been delayed more than six months. The new challenges are coming from a private