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Top 10 Fastest Trains in the world || Does Indian Train Stand in the list

1. Shanghai Maglev: Maglev started commercial operations in April 2004. the Maglev runs the nearly 19 miles from Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport to the Longyang metro station on the outskirts of Shanghai.  It was constructed by a joint venture of ThyssenKrupp and Siemens. It is the first high-speed magnetic levitation line which is commercially operated.
Top speed: 430km/h;

2 Harmony CRH 380A: It is the second fastest operating train in the world. China Railways’ Harmony is the world’s fastest non-maglev passenger train currently in service, connecting Shanghai with Nanjing since 2010.
It was put into operation in October 2010 and between Beijing and Shanghai.
Top speed: 380km/h

3 AGV Italo: The AGV Series which entered into service in April 2012 is AGV Italo. Created by Alstom, it is considered to be the most modern train in Europe. the train is remarkable as much for its speed as for its construction: its components are nearly 100 percent renewable and sustainable.
Top speed: 360km/h

4 Siemens Velaro E / AVS 103: The AVE S 103 is the fastest high-speed series-production train in the world. It operates on the Barcelona-Madrid line.
Top speed: 354km/h

5 Velaro E Spain's fastest train is the Velaro E by Siemens, and it is used for long-distance services to major Spanish cities and beyond: traveling from Barcelona to Paris can now be accomplished on high-speed rail in six hours. Top speed: 350km/h

6 EuroStar e320:  Eurostar e320 trains is tied for next on the list, but it’s the latter that’s making headlines this year. Named for its top speed of 320 km/hr (200 mph), the e320 series is the first tip-to-tail redesign of a Eurostar train in the company’s 22 years
7 E5 Series Shinkansen Hayabusa: The trains run on the Tohoku Shinkansen Line in Japan. The train which came into being in 2011, features a system which reduces the vibration of the moving bogies, and a long nose which reduces the sound blast while moving through tunnels.
Top speed: 320km/h

8 TGV Duplex: The train was manufactured by Alstom and Bombardier between 1996 and 2004. The series run mostly on the TGV Méditerranée line between Paris and Marseille and is the first third-generation double-decker/duplex train by Alstom.
Top speed: 300-320km/h

9 ETR 500 Frecciarossa Trains: The cars of Elettro Treno Rapido 500 have climate control, sound insulation and feature large seats to provide maximum comfort. ETR 500 entered into service in 2008 and can achieve a maximum speed of 360kmph.
Top speed: 300km/h

10 . However none of the Indian Train Is present in the list but After 2020 we will get our Superfast Bullet train . Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe launched India's first bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The train project is expected to be completed by 2022. The train would cover the distance of over 500 km in less than three hours.
Top speed: 320km/h

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