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1998 : 2 ZDM-5 diesel locomotives donated by Indian Railway to Nepal Railways.
2004 : Kolkata - Raxaul - Sirsiya Broad Gauge started operations as an Inland Port.
2007 : The Pipavav Rail Corporation submitted a proposal for constructing the entire 174 km route from Birgunj to Kathmandu, no progress made so far.
2008 : Three other proposals for rail connectivity to Nepal were considered and had preliminary engineering surveys done: New Jalpaiguri (India) to Kakrabitta (Nepal) via Panitanki (46.3 km); Nepalganj Road (India) to Nepalganj (Nepal) (12.1 km); and Nautanwa (India) to Bhairahawa (Nepal) (15.3 km)
2010 : Line proposed to Nepal from India.
2011 : Metro trains proposed in Kathmandu valley, feasibility studies was by Delhi Metro Corporation carried out as declared in the Budget session.
India - yes - 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in) gauge preferred, 1,000 mm (3 ft 33⁄8 in) gauge obsolete. There is only a railway in the southern part of Nepal from India to Nepal border, operated by Indian Railway and Nepal Railways, bordering India. The capital, Kathmandu, has no railway connection.
As of 2002, there were 45 airports in the country. The country has only one international airport, which is Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Tribhuvan serves as the main aviation hub of the country.