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Anil Ambani's Reliance Infrastructure walks out of Mumbai Metro Line 2...

Blaming the Maharashtra government for "non-fulfilment of certain critical obligations", Reliance Infrastructure(RInfra) today walked out of the contract to develop the Rs 12,000-crore Charkop-Bandra-Makhurd Metro corridor in Mumbai.

Mumbai Metro Line 2 contract terminated

A consortium led by Anil Ambani controlled Reliance Infrastructure (RInfra) and Maharashtra Government have mutually terminated the concession agreement for Mumbai Metro Line 2 connecting Charkop to Mankhud via Bandra.

Conditional clearance delays Mumbai Metro further

The Mumbai metro rolling stock has been supplied by a Chinese company, Nanjing SR Puzhen Rail Transport (NPRT), whereas that of the Delhi metro has been supplied by indigenous train manufacturer, Chennai-based Integral Coach Factory (ICF).

Mumbai Metro Line 3—Some questions need to be asked

Fully underground Line 3 of Mumbai Metro was notified for comments and suggestions in December 2011. There was no response from public. The next step is underway—getting a nod from the ministry of urban development, Government of India.

Nod for Metro-I work on part of temple land

"We expect the collector's office to hand over the land in a month's time,'' said MMRDA officials working on the project. They said the temple will not need to be shifted, only a part of the premises will have to move. Mumbai Metro's first line on Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar is being built by a special purpose vehicle - Mumbai Metro One - owned by Reliance Infra, the MMRDA and a French multinational, Veolia.

Sorry, Mumbai, your Metro just got delayed by 6 months

Officials say this is because Western railway has given them permission for only 57 4-hour blocks instead of the 127 they need to build bridge over rail lines at Andheri The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority's (MMRDA) claim of finishing the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar (VAG) corridor, or the first line, of the Metro by March 2012 has come to naught.

JICA to fund $2.26 bn Mumbai Metro Line 3

It is thought the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) ‘will soon accept the request’ to fund the $2.26 billion Line 3 of the Mumbai Metro rail network. JICA is currently working on finalising concessional financing for the third line.

Japan Considering Soft Loan to Fund Mumbai Metro

Japan is soon expected to finalise concessional financing for the $2.26-billion Line 3 of the mass rapid transit system in Mumbai on the lines of soft-funding the hugely-popular Metro in the national capital.

Delay in completing Metro work costs MMRDA Rs 200 crore

The delay in completing work on the Metro line is not only affecting Mumbaiites, but is also burning a hole in the pockets of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).