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Dear Prof Scott  

Can there be possible Rail travel routes by building Tunnels, Bridges etc from India to other asian countries ?.  

Can we extend Indian Railways travel connectivity to other Asia pacific region countries ?.   Examples : India - Japan, India - China, India - Australia, India - Philippines, India - Singapore, India - Thailand etc ?.   

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Prashant S Akerkar

If the money can be found, almost anything that sounds feasible can be done.

That is why the topic of digging tunnels comes up, but I believe at that length with the way technology is going, it would still be very dangerous.  Flying sounds a whole lot cheaper.

From what I know, up here in Seattle, they are trying to construct underground freeways.
It is rather expensive, but they are doing it anyway.  From the way they have always needed to repair the equipment building the tunnels, I don't even see this as a possibility over there where the tunnels would need to be even longer and deeper underground.

However, even though it looks challenging right now, perhaps new inventions will allow it one day.  After all, the east and west sections of the US didn't use to be connected by railroad and some people didn't think it would ever be possible.

Or what about this communication between us?  Back near the end of the last century, it would have taken several weeks or longer for the communication to happen between us, but that's what we're both using right now.  

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