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NTPC signs agreement for doubling of Hotgi-Kudgi section

New Delhi, June 8 (IANS) State-run power producer NTPC has signed an agreement with South Western Railway for doubling of the Hotgi-Kudgi rail section, the power producer said on Wednesday.

“NTPC-Kudgi has signed an agreement with South Western Railway. It has deposited Rs 946 crore with the railway towards the cost of doubling of the Hotgi-Kudgi rail section,” the company said in a statement.

The project is to be completed by March 2020.

The Hotgi-Kudgi section (134 km) has 10 block stations, eight major bridges and two important bridges — on river Don and river Bheema.

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