India has agreed to buy a high-speed bullet train from Japan, in an attempt to transform its creaking rail system.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the train would link Mumbai and Ahmedabad, cutting travel time on the route from eight hours to two.
The deal was one of a raft of agreements reached after talks between the two sides in Delhi.
The leaders of Asia’s second and third largest economies also announced other areas of co-operation.
These include working on defence technology, and agreeing a memorandum of understanding on the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
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