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The minister added that construction work will cover 4,600 kilometers next year, and 2,200 kilometers will be opened to traffic, in particular, on the Taskesken-Bakhty, and Almaty-Ust-Kamenogorsk sections.
72 kilometer of fencing would be completed by 2010 at a cost of Rs 884 crore, the statement stated.
60 terabits of information per second over 2000 kilometers (1250 miles).
The mineralized horizon has been followed intermittently for about 6 kilometers to the southeast of the Telluride zone, with another significant massive sulphide zone discovered about 3 kilometers away.
reported that their orbital calculations - based on a larger set of data - indicate that the parent body might have a diameter of 9 kilometers, consistent with the Hubble study.
The northern block is located about 75 kilometers north-northwest of Kumasi and lies in the Tano District of the Brong Ahafo Region.
The contract for transforming Beesha-Rania-Al Khurma Road into double carriage-way road for a length of 120 kilometers up to Riyadh-Taif Expressway, has been given to Al Falah Contracting Est.
calculates that the comet will enter the Jovian atmosphere closer to July 25 and that its orbit will take it in within 45,000 kilometers of the planet's center.
While the majority of features on Venus appear geologically young and unscarred, fractures crisscross one-third of the observed craters, which range from 2 to 275 kilometers in diameter.
Magellan images show that this mammoth volcanic depression, lying in a region known as Sacajawea Patera, covers 300 kilometers in diameter and 1 to 2 kilometers deep -- 10 times the area of any caldera on Earth.
Anecdotal opinions as to the cost of such a road are in the range of less than $500,000 per kilometer.
5 meter spaced stations covering a 3 kilometer by 1 kilometer block along the Contact Lake Belt.