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Tender for construction of two bridges on Jhansi-Manikpur section in India launched

North Central Railway has floated tender for construction of two bridges on Jhansi-Manikpur section in Uttar Pradesh, India.

The scope of work involves construction of two important bridges at Betwa river (Br No 1141/1) and Dhasan river (Br No 1206/1) and two major bridges (Br No 1135/1 and 1207/2) in connection with doubling of Jhansi-Manikpur section.

The work will be completed at a cost of about US $19m in a period of 36 months.

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North Central Railway

The North Central Railway is one of the Seventeen Railway Zones In India. The Largest Railway Station in NCR Is Kanpur Central. It is headquartered at Allahabad and comprises of 3 divisions: Allahabad railway division, Jhansi railway division and Agra railway division.

The zone spreads across three divisions viz Allahabad, Jhansi and Agra. It extends from Ghaziabad (excl.) in the north to Mughalsarai (excl.) in the east on New Delhi-Howrah trunk route and from Palwal (excl.) to Bina (excl.) on New Delhi Mumbai/Chennai corridor. North Central Railway span parts of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh with about 3062 route km of BG comprising predominately double line- electrified sections defining the sides and diagonals of the Golden Quadrilateral.

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